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I love the Lord and my big crazy family. My husband and I have been together for 41 years. I am a mother of two grown children and a grandmother to four biological grandchildren and six others. I own and operate my own home care business primarily for the elderly. Many sites have been sold or did upgrades which messed up back links, if you find a broken link let me know and I will fix it.I have written online articles for Bubblews, Seekyt, TopicSpotter and Triond. You may still find some of my articles on Ehow/Demand Studio.

Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Instructions on Folding and Cutting a Paper Snowflake



Snowflakes with glitter are so pretty and easy to make. After all, when you look out at your yard after a coating of fresh snow it glistens just like glitter.   Reach down inside and find that kid that still resides in you make some paper snowflakes and add a touch of glitter.

Folding and cutting a paper snowflake was something we did as kids. If you are like me, you have totally forgotten how to do it. No big deal, there are Google sites to remind us. So be a kid again, fold and cut a paper snowflake.


Since I am paper snowflake challenged, I actually had to go to the internet and do a Google search for snowflake patterns to get me started, if you are like me you may have to do the same.  After you find a pattern, print it out or use a plain piece of paper.
 
Fold your paper in half the long side. Then fold it in half the short side. Make a triangle shaped fold in your paper, and keep folding it over, it will take 3 or 4 folds. Now if you are snowflake challenged as I am, start with the pattern you printed from the internet.
Cut out the shaded parts they’ve give you. If you are the artistic type, draw an outline on your folded paper and cut it out. When you unfold it, you will have a paper snowflake.




Things you will need for folding and cutting paper snowflakes:


  • Paper
  • Scissors
  • Pattern
  • Internet connection, optional 
  • Glitter
  • Elmer's glue
  • Snowflake Pattern
  • Scissors
  • Newspaper; for the Mess



Instructions to glitter paper snowflakes:



  1. Sprinkle on the glitter very generously and shake the excess onto the newspaper. It may be necessary to apply a second coat of glitter or fill in spots that need it.
  2. If you do specialty type snowflakes like the Holly pattern above, use green glitter and add 3 spots of glue in the center and sprinkle on red glitter for the berries. There also are patterns for snowmen and Christmas trees, use the appropriate colored glitter for the snowflake pattern you choose.
  3. Glittered snowflakes are good to display hanging from your Christmas Tree, windows or decorating gift bags. Don’t be afraid to think like Martha Stewart, be creative when design and glittering your snowflakes.

Monday, November 28, 2011

Sweet and Easy Pumpkin Whip


I found the recipe for sweet pumpkin whip; how it got its name, I do not know. It easily could be called pumpkin pudding or pumpkin mousse. However, that does not matter. What does matter is the easy, one-dish recipe that is low in fat, sugar and calories.


Sweet Pumpkin Whip serves six, and a mere 30.83 calories per serving. Oh my goodness this easy pumpkin recipe is a must try for the holidays. What other dessert can you eat that taste great with such little calories?

To Read More: Seekyt
This post linked to Foodie Friday,
Friday Potluck
and Frugal Food Thursday


 


 Amazon Pumpkin Recipe Book

Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Cheesy Chicken Pasta an Easy One-Pot Recipe

Mac and Cheese is a favorite one-pot pasta meal for children, however, you want a something more. Cheesy Chicken Pasta an Easy One-Pot Recipe will do just that.
This recipe is very versatile, change it up to suit your family's taste. It is also a way to use leftover chicken breast or holiday turkey.

Read more:Seekyt 

Monday, November 21, 2011

Pumpkin Pie From Scratch

Making a homemade organic pumpkin pie can be a new experience. But at your Thanksgiving and Christmas celebrations, isn't your family worth it? Ours is! So instead of simply opening a can, start by taking a garden fresh organic pumpkin, cut it down and cook it.
In doing this, we are also keeping a family learning experience alive. Making a homemade organic pumpkin pie is so awesome, try it!

Read more: Homemade Pumpkin Pie Recipe

Saturday, November 19, 2011

Chocolate-Vanilla Swirl Cheesecake

 
If you like Cheesecake than you'll love this recipe for chocolate-vanilla swirl cheesecake.
Kraft foods, in my opinion, gave us another great recipe. This recipe would be good for Valentine's Day, Mother's Day, Father's Day, Easter or any family dinner.If you love cheesecake give this recipe a try.
Read more: Bukisa 

This post linked to: Foodie Friday and Friday Potluck

Ohama Steak Cheesecake Sampler