Wow, time is just flying by! It feels like just the other day when the Romancing the Home ladies created Christmas wreaths. This week we are already busy with fun filled Easter projects. I saw beautiful bunny paper mache bottles for Easter, in the latest issue of the Ideas magazine. It was a first
I have to admit I am not a fan of winter and therefor not a fan of autumn, as it signals that winter is coming. But this year I am going to try and focus on the positives, and for me, one of them is comfort food! Our Romancing the Home challenge this week, “Your favorite autumn recipe”,
Coffee beans all ground up, Coffee in my favourite cup, Coffee black, coffee white, Coffee dark, coffee light, Coffee right, to start the day, Coffee at work, coffee at play, Coffee midday, coffee at night, Coffee to sober, coffee to excite, Coffee weak, coffee strong, But maybe instead some Lapsang Souchong! !
Our Romancing the Home challenge for this week is upcycling. So what does upcycle mean? According to Wikipedia, upcycling, also known as creative reuse, is the process of transforming by-products, waste materials, useless, or unwanted products into new materials or products of better quality or for better environmental value. Well, I had
After a little break from my laptop, I’m back trying my hand at blogging again! This week’s Romancing the home challenge is a flower arrangement. I decided to learn how to do it properly, so I booked a lesson with Nikki from Sprig, to teach me the basics of arranging flowers. What a lovely way to spend
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