The chair upholstered in a hand-stamped linen.
A picture of the old chair before the new hand-stamped linen was added.
Read all about this project here
These easy, homemade chocolates are surprisingly quick to toss together. They require no bake time whatsoever and can be whipped up in just minutes. Sweet and creamy, and totally addictive.
- 1/4 cup raw almonds
- 3 tablespoons corn syrup
- 1 1/2 cups powdered sugar
- 1 tablespoon melted butter
- 2 cups shredded coconut
- 1/2 teaspoon coconut extract (optional)
- 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
- 1 1/2 cups milk chocolate
Head over to Quick Dish for the full recipe and instructions.
This takes the saying "Gone Fishing" to a whole new level. Fun and playful, this cake top can be used with equally playful tied bundles of tiered cookies or currently popular cup cakes. Pick up your own here...
This couple shows all the excitement of a bride and groom about to start off on their first journey together as husband and wife. While perched on a suitcase the Bride steals a precious moment to kiss her Groom. Pick up your own here...
Caught sneaking a kiss, this laid-back couple takes a moment for romance. Place the groom atop a layer of the wedding cake and let him embrace his bride and she dangles her legs over the edge. Pick up your own here...
Accoutrements Reluctant Bride Cake Topper is the perfect thing for the couple who found their way to the alter the hard way :) Pick up your own here...
Life is all about the little moments. Particularly those that no one knows about but you. This elegant couple takes romance - and fireworks - to a new level. Pick up your own here...
This couple is wrapped in a romantic embrace of dance. The bride's pretty pony tail, simple dress and rhinestone shoes give this cake topper a lovely modernized twist on a classic pose. Pick up your own here...
Drive off into the sunset, or in this case your wedding cake, with this fun, novelty cake topper. Little tin cans decorate the car in "Just Married" style. Pick up your own here...
If you and your beloved are Football fans, you'll love this cake topper. Beautifully styled with exquisite detailing, this playful couple is destined to score a "touch down" on your big day. Pick up your own here...
Humor is well in tow with this funny over-eager sexy bride and groom wedding cake topper. It will be sure to cause quite a stir at your wedding reception or bridal shower. Pick up your own here...
Some believe that rain on a wedding day will bring good luck. Regardless, rain or shine, this delightful cake decoration is sure to stand out for all the right reasons. Pick up your own here...
This romantic Fishing Groom will go to any length to show his Bride how much he loves her. Pick up your own here...
This "Love Never Dies" statue features bride and groom skeletons Dancing the Tango. The statue makes a great wedding or anniversary present, and also makes a great wedding cake topper for fans of the macabre. Pick up your own here...
This romantic wedding couple are seated on a classic motor bike that has been magnificently crafted and includes a miniature "Just Married" license plate along with actual paper pom poms delicately tied to the back fender. Pick up your own here...
Your kids will love to paint with watercolors that you made right at home!
You will need:
Spouted mixing bowl
Ice cube tray
See the full directions on allparenting.com
Recipe from homemadelevity.com
- 2 large sweet potatoes, sliced into fries
- 2 t olive oil
- ⅓ c canola mayonnaise
- ½ t smoked paprika
- ½ t garlic powder
- ¼ t salt
- ¼ t hot sauce
- salt and pepper
- Heat oven to 425 degrees. In a roasting pan, toss potatoes and oil and add generous pinches of salt and ground pepper. Roast about 35 minutes or until potatoes are browned and slightly crispy, tossing once or twice to ensure nothing is sticking.
- In a small bowl, combine mayo, paprika, garlic powder, salt and hot sauce and stir well. Keep chilled until ready to serve.
Backyard, community, and therapeutic gardens are becoming increasingly popular, but not everyone gets to participate in the very social act of gardening. Older people or those with back problems have trouble bending over. That’s been solved with raised beds. Still, many older people or disabled gardeners have been left out. A new collaborative garden project from France tries to remedy this. La Valise and the Mauves Allotment Society have created Terraform, a raised garden plot for wheelchair users.