Flower Bobby Pin Tutorial

This is such a simple and beautiful project. These make great gifts for bridesmaids, friends or a fun accessory for yourself!

Supplies:
Bobby pins with flat ends (can be found at Hobby Lobby or on Etsy)
Cabochon Flowers (I ordered my on Etsy)
Super Glue

1. Fill the center of the flat pad on the bobby pin with super glue. Don’t go all the way to the edge because when you press the flower onto it you don’t want glue squishing out the sides!

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Menu Planning & Grocery List

January 1st is always a time for new beginnings and a great date to restart your budget. We try to follow a budget each month but to be honest we aren't perfect at it! The beginning of the year (along with a few times in the middle of the year) is a time my husband and I re-evaluate our budget and make changes where we need to. One of the areas we always over spend is on eating out. It's so easy to go over in this area on nights we are tired and don't want to cook at home. Eating out sounds easy, fun, stress free and yummy. Read more »


Pom Pom Flowers Tutorial

How cute are these?! I’m a part of MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers) and am on a team that’s in charge of decorating the tables for our meetings. I came across a few different pictures of pom pom flowers on Pinterest and thought they’d be a perfect fit for our table centerpieces. They are super easy to make and look really cute! I snapped a few pictures along the way to show you how to make them.

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Apple Breakfast Bars

It seems like I get stuck in a rut a lot when it comes to nutritious snacks for my 18 month old. While it seems like she is content eating bananas and sting cheese for every snack, I have the urge to be more creative in what I serve her! So, as I searched online and on Pinterest, I ran across this recipe, from Wholesome Toddler Food, for Apple Breakfast Bars. All the ingredients looked healthy and looked like something my little girl would eat so, I decided to give it a try. Read more »


Crock Pot Oatmeal

Crock Pot Oatmeal

1 Cup Steel Cut Oats (don’t substitute old-fashioned or quick cooking oats)
3 ½ Cups water
½ Cup Whole Milk (or ½ and ½)
½ tsp Salt
Cooking spray

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Easy Pumpkin Cupcakes

Check out this super easy and tasty recipe I pinned on Pinterest. It’s a recipe from BigRedKitchen.

My favorite part about these cupcakes (besides its yummy-ness) is that they only require 2 ingredients. Yes... I said only 2! They turned out so moist and were the perfect fall treat.

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Pinterest Love

I loooooove Pinterest. Have you checked it out yet? If not, you need to. Right now!... No wait… finish reading why you should join and how you can follow my boards and then go, go, go. It is the perfect way to save all your ideas, recipes and blogs that you come across on the internet. When I first heard about Pinterest, I was kind of hesitant. (I’ve also been hesitant joining Twitter so maybe that’ll be the next thing I sign up for!) I didn’t want to have another site to stay up on, remember a password to or waste time on. Oh, so wrong.

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