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July 30, 2011
A variation on the recipe I got years ago from my mother in-law. These are just as good as hers.
Birthday Cake Card
Step by step instructions on how to easily make a cute birthday card that looks like a chocolate cake, using the simplest household stationery.
Adjusting the Tension on Your Sewing...
This is a guide about adjusting the tension on your sewing machine. You just finished sewing a seam only to find loopy loose stitches instead of a nice neat line of tight stitches. Does your thread constantly break? The problem is probably with the machine's tension.
MTD Mower Keeps Draining Battery
I have a 16.5hp MTD riding mower and the battery keeps being drained. We purchased a new battery. As soon as we put it in we had to jump it off. Now it won't even jump off. This is only the second time we have tried to use it since the new battery was installed.
Clean Mini-Blinds Outdoors
I put my mini-blinds on the outdoor table and hose and wash with the car wash brush, then flip and do the other side. I hang them on the clothes line to dry. Kids can do this chore.
Rotten Meat Odor in Freezer
Our freezer died while we were on our 14 day vacation. All the meat rotted and melted water as well as blood is everywhere. How would we know if the blood got into the insulation of the freezer? How do we get the horrible smell out of the house? Please help ASAP.
What Kind of Bug is This?
They are also black and have blueish eyes. The two front legs are longer and they have what looks like a stinger on the back kinda like a wasp or a scorpion's.
Keep Crochet Projects Nearby
Whenever I sit down to watch a movie or anything else on TV, I pick up my latest crochet project. I also keep a project in the car in a tote bag, to take with me to any appointments that I may have to wait more than just a few minutes.
Removing Urine Stains from a Mattress
How can I remove a fresh urine stain from a mattress and feather top?
Project to Make a House Out of Waste Materials
I have to make a house made of waste materials and it must be in tomorrow. What materials should I use and how do I use the materials?
Nut Shaped Neck Pillow
Does anyone know where I can get a pattern for a nut shaped pillow for the neck? It has four sides and is shaped like a nut. It is an old fashioned pattern.
Getting Rid of Shredded Paper
What do you do with your shredded paper? Do you recycle it? Compost it? Burn it?
Baby Powder For Sandy Kids
This tip is great for this time of year, when people are going to the beach. Bring baby powder for the kids. When you are ready to go home, sprinkle it on feet or wherever sand is stuck to them.
Black Bean Quinoa Salad
I threw this together for a quick summer salad this week. My husband loved it so much that he said he would eat it for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Quinoa is so versatile and a great substitute for pasta or rice.
Customize Your Own Diet
The only sure way to lose weight is counting calories; it's all about calories in vs. calories out. First, come up with your goal weight. Goal weight x 10 = amount of calories daily you should consume.
Keeping Toothbrushes Clean
To keep toothbrushes clean and deodorized, fill a class with one part hydrogen peroxide and one part water (1/2 and 1/2). Make sure there is enough to cover all the bristles, and leave in there when not using.
Mustard is 3 years old. I got him as a tiny kitten three years ago. He likes chasing flying insects around the garden. He tries to catch them but rarely succeeds. He is a big softy and likes nothing better to curl up with his mum!
Paying Bills On Time Without Auto-Pay
Organizing the household bills and making sure they get paid on time shouldn't be a problem. I open all mail immediately upon bringing it into the house. If I cannot do that, at least the bills are pulled out and placed in my bill-paying spot on my desk.
Store Nuts in the Freezer
Nuts, both shelled and un-shelled should be kept in the freezer. They last longer and crack easier. Nuts and seeds of all sorts can be served directly from the freezer.
Wrap Grapefruit In Newspaper
I've lived in Florida for most of my almost 77 years, and we've shipped a lot of citrus to friends and family all over the other 49 states. Wrapping each piece of fruit in newspaper was the safest way to insure the fruit was good when it arrived at the other end.
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