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Nursery rimes

Nursery rimes

You can add to this as you start to improve.

You can add to this as you start to improve.

Salt Dough Santa Handprint | 20+ DIY Christmas Crafts for Kids to Make

Salt Dough Santa Handprint | 20+ DIY Christmas Crafts for Kids to Make

Keep the flies away – Outdoor Ideas

Keep the flies away – Outdoor Ideas

Gotta get one of these! Great for travel!!

Gotta get one of these! Great for travel!!

if you have one of these stains...do this! #goodtoknow

if you have one of these stains...do this! #goodtoknow

Yeah!! I am on Week 11 and I am so excited to be almost fully completed! My organization challenge has really changed so many things in our home and the way we do things. This week’s challenge was our Command Center. Even though we are limited in space I sill needed a center location …

Yeah!! I am on Week 11 and I am so excited to be almost fully completed! My organization challenge has really changed so many things in our home and the way we do things. This week’s challenge was our Command Center. Even though we are limited in space I sill needed a center location …

When to plant your vegetable garden.... When to plant what? Time to get started!

When to plant your vegetable garden.... When to plant what? Time to get started!

Mmmm… can you smell the freshness? Homegrown herbs are the perfect addition to any meal. This DIY Mason jar herb garden is a fresh and delicious addition to your kitchen. What you need: Wooden Plaque with Mason Jars, Hand Made Modern Paint, paintbrush, screwdriver, soil, herbs{—basil, rosemary, cilantro, sage, mint, etc.—} and a chalkboard marker. (TIP: Double your herb production by stacking more than one herb container garden in your kitchen!)

Mmmm… can you smell the freshness? Homegrown herbs are the perfect addition to any meal. This DIY Mason jar herb garden is a fresh and delicious addition to your kitchen. What you need: Wooden Plaque with Mason Jars, Hand Made Modern Paint, paintbrush, screwdriver, soil, herbs{—basil, rosemary, cilantro, sage, mint, etc.—} and a chalkboard marker. (TIP: Double your herb production by stacking more than one herb container garden in your kitchen!)