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July 7, 2016
Making a Simple Plaster of Paris Hand Keyholder
This is a guide about making a simple plaster of paris hand keyholder. Use this easy to make plaster hand to hold keys or other items. It makes a great conversation piece or gift.
Egg-Free Cookie Cake Recipe
This is a guide about egg-free cookie cake recipe. This tasty cookie-like cake is the perfect dessert for someone cutting or reducing eggs and oils in their diet.
Three Layer Coconut-Pineapple Cake
This is a guide about three layer coconut-pineapple cake. The tropical flavors of coconut and pineapple combine to make this delicious layer cake.
Drinking Tap Water Instead of Bottled...
This is a guide about drinking tap water instead of bottled water. Bottled water can be very expensive to buy and is sometimes no better than the water coming out of your faucet.
Puppy With Bad Breath
This is a guide about puppy with bad breath. Puppies can have very bad breath when they are quite young.
New Dog Not Going to The Bathroom
This is a guide about new dog not going to the bathroom. Dogs may become stressed when they move to a new house or family. This can translate into problems going pee or poop.
Using a Rotisserie Chicken for Several...
This is a guide about using rotisserie chicken for several meals. With planning you can stretch a small chicken into several meals.
Training a Dog to Not Poop Inside
This is a guide about training a dog to not poop inside. Some dogs are more difficult to house train than others, but with consistency you should be able to teach your dog to not poop inside.
Cleaning Tree Sap From Hair
This is a guide about cleaning tree sap from hair. Sticky tree sap seems like it might be impossible to clean out of your hair. It is in fact easy if you use the right products.
Smoked Gouda Filled Pork Medallions
This is a guide about smoked gouda filled pork medallions. The mellow yet distinctive flavor of smoked gouda complements the pork in this amazing dish.
Shredded Brussels Sprouts Recipe
This is a guide about shredded brussels sprouts recipe. These good for you veggies have many detractors who have labeled them brains and such. However, these tiny cabbage looking vegetables can be prepared in many delicious ways.
Baked Gouda Recipe
This is a guide about baked gouda recipe. Warm melty baked cheese is delicious served as a party appetizer or side with soup and a salad.
Substitution for Eggs in Meatloaf
This is a guide about substitutes for egg in meatloaf. Eggs are typically used as a binder in meatloaf. If you are eliminating eggs from your diet, there are ingredients you can substitute.
Dry Sherry vs. Cooking Sherry
This is a guide about dry sherry vs. cooking sherry. Many recipes call for sherry. There are pros and cons to using either dry sherry or cooking sherry in their preparation.
Meatless "Meatloaf" Recipe
This page contains a meatless "meatloaf" recipe. Try this vegetarian loaf in place of a traditional meatloaf or for a special occasion. Your family and friends will love it.
Garlic Sauteed Spinach
This is a guide about garlic sauteed spinach. Spinach sauted with a bit of garlic makes a delicious side to any meal.
Accessible Bed Controls
We have new twin beds with controls to raise or lower the head. DH attached the control thingy to the wall so that I don't have to crawl around on the floor to raise or lower the head of my bed.
Swiffer Pads for a Sparkling Toilet Bowl
I always keep Swiffer pads because they are so thick and easy to use and I also have a Swiffer mop. However, I buy the Swiffer pads for other uses. I use them to clean around the outside of the toilet bowl.
Dressing Up an Old Chair
My baby niece is visiting us from Paris. It's a short visit so we went out to the thrift shops and found this old child/doll chair for $2. It wasn't the best looking thing, but it was tiny enough to be her perfect size. We dressed it up with some cloth scraps and now she's in love with it.
Framed Wrapping Paper Memo Board
Do you ever see a roll of wrapping paper that you love and don't really want to just wrap a present in it? Well here is a great way to enjoy it, without it just being ripped apart and thrown away.
Rooting a Cactus Pad
I recently purchased a prickly pear cactus at the store. After getting it home, one of the pads got knocked off. I decided to root the broken pad and now will have two cacti for the price of one!
Using Flower Pot Saucers for Stepping...
Those clear plastic plant saucers work really well as molds for making stepping stones. They are flexible, making removal of the finished stones easy. Plus they come in a number of different sizes.
Washcloth Travel Toothbrush Holder
Take any washcloth to create a clever holder for your toothbrushes when traveling. Learn how to make it in this short video.
4th of July Fruit Tray
We have a large star shaped plate that I wanted to use for fruit at our party. I asked my son to put the fruit on the plate and was pleasantly surprised at how it turned out. I thought I would share it to inspire someone else. :)
Body Scent or Cologne for Flying Bug Relief
I live in the country. Summertime brings lots of flying critters, especially tiny gnats and no-seeums to windowsills even though there are screens installed. It struck me that I have acquired many bottles of body sprays and colognes over the years from gift baskets, etc.
Star and Flag Wall Hanging
With just some wooden stars, a button, and some strips of ripped fabric, you can make this wonderful wall hanging.
Discontinued Village Wallpaper #5806310
I only need 1 roll, maybe 2, to finish my dining room.
What Is This Houseplant?
I was given this plant. Does anyone know what it is?
Snowball Quilt Block
Quilting is a beautiful way to display several different patterns and fabrics. Learn how to make these quilt blocks in this short video.
Gecko Lizard Bite
Is it poisonous?
Refreshing Blended Watermelon
My favorite summertime fruit is watermelon. I felt creative the other day and thought what would happen if I threw watermelon in my blender with ice?
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