I’ve been re-watching Gilmore Girls on Netflix lately, which has given me a constant craving for a great cup of coffee. Since I’m super picky about my coffee, I decided to get myself a pour over coffee maker so I could satisfy my coffee needs without making a whole pot. Plus, it just tastes better.
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Can you believe it’s already Christmas Eve? The holidays always bring lots of food. Whether you’re hosting at home, bringing along some homemade treats, or just serving up some cookies to Santa tonight, you’ll need a few plates to serve all of those love filled treats you’ve made.
Vintage Floral Serving Plate
This plate has some pretty flowers on it for spring, but you could also add a Christmas twist with the right graphics. This craft is so easy, you may even be able to have your plate dry in time to show it off to Santa tonight.
Serve up a cooling summer salad on a fun watercolor plate you can make in no time. These plates are just as fun to make as they are to eat off of. I was very sad when I finished all 4 of mine, I wanted to keep experimenting!
By Home Decor Contributor Alyssa
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One of the things I have the hardest time with is meal planning/prepping. I love to cook, but I also love to go out. I love food, period. If Lee or I get a hankering for something, one of us will probably say something to the effect of, “you know what sounds good…?”, and the other will probably say “oh man…that does sound good.” And then we go get it because, why not? Life is short. Usually a burger and fried pickles at our favorite burger joint down the street, often Mexican food, even more often sushi. But our waist lines started reaping the consequences of the frequent caving to cravings, and we decided it was time to make a change.
I may have a problem. I’m an avid collector of serving dishes. I like to have different ones for every season, and I quickly realized that while I have plenty of holiday themed serving platters, I have very few spring inspired dishes. I love the look of vintage wallpaper, so I decided to add my love of vintage florals to a plate for a pretty spring look.
Lately, I have found myself in desperate need of some way to protect my counters from pots and pans as I’ve been experimenting with new recipes. I’m constantly digging through drawers for hand towels or sometimes even aprons so I can safely set down my pots and pans. I’ve been looking around for fun trivets, but haven’t found many I liked, so I decided to make my own!
By General Crafts Contributor Michelle
Fall is in the air, and baking is on the agenda–Spice up your most basic of kitchen accessories, the wooden spoon, with some cute detailing brought to you by your creativity and a wood burning tool.