We had a bit of snow a while back, and used the day to make bath bombs! Turns out they’re a lot easier than I thought, but we had one problem… You get the round shape of a bath bomb by using a christmas ornament that comes apart. The solution? Easter eggs! Our bath bombs… Continue reading Easter Bath Bombs
This is probably my favorite thing I’ve ever made. The idea is you take an image, then use crochet to recreate it two dimensionally, like a painting. Yarn painting can be done without crochet, but what fun is that? There are different methods, for example you might make a yarn painting as one continuous piece… Continue reading Crochet Painting: Japanese Ramen Bowl
Today’s batch of arrangements was made to fill our handmade wreath wall. The first four are spring, the last is just “classic” meaning year round. Yellow lillies, ranunculas, and a bush of random spring flowers make this asymmetrical wreath. This very floral wreath was made from a spring base with little pink flowers, as well… Continue reading Floral Arrangements April 4th (Spring Wreaths!)
Super easy recipe today for people who love butternut squash and are tired of squash soup! Just something I did without looking anything up, all ingredients are mere suggestions. To prep the squash, cut off the top and bottom, then cut it into two or three easy to manage pieces. Turn it so the cut… Continue reading Roasted Butternut Squash
Tried out some new stuff at the floral counter today. Still having to wait to fully transition into the job, but it’s so close! Today I had time for two arrangements. I knew I wanted to use red poppies for a remembrance piece given their meaning to Veterans. This is the season that people like… Continue reading Floral Arrangements April 2nd
I know cooking is overwhelming. If you’re new to it, it’s easy to brush off and say “I’ll never be a ‘cook’.” But there are some very simple common sense guidelines I believe every single person should know, and it may be the difference between life and death for your health habits. This isn’t for fitness gurus, it isn’t for homemakers, it’s for everyone. College kids, adults who weren’t taught, even adults who still don’t fully understand their kitchen. These are the basics, the necessary essentials, that will hopefully make cooking a practical and approachable topic.
I have a slight addiction to meringue cookies, aka, Forget About It cookies. The idea is that you set the oven then turn it off and leave it, and that’s enough to cook the meringues without having to remember you set them in there. I’ve polished up my own forget about it cookie recipe… Continue reading Robin’s Egg Easter Meringues