I must make this knitting needle clock for my office! (@ Naughty Secretary Club)
I am going to have to make these Butterbeer Cupcakes to go along with our nightly Harry Potter readings (@ amy bites)
These roasted strawberries look like a fantastic topper to ice cream or yogurt (@ shutterbean)
Boston Creme Cupcakes sound like a fun new way to enjoy my favorite donut flavor (@ The Gourmand Mom)
This pinwheel garland would be a fun way to decorate for Spring (@ Peppermint Plum)
Red velvet crepes look like a fun treat to make (@ duhlicious)
Who knew you could make hard boiled eggs in your slow cooker? (@ the paupered chef)
I am madly in love with this camp-out birthday party theme (@ Hostess with the Mostess)
These homemade black bean burgers look like a delicious lunch (@ angry chicken)
This spaghetti frittata looks like a great way to use up leftover noodles (@ $5 Dinners)
These basic cinnamon rolls look like a fun breakfast treat (@ Food For My Family)
This secret message in an egg is so creative! (@ Poppytalk)
I want to try a batch of these cake cookies with sprinkles (@ V and Co.)
Nutella in coffee? That sounds like heaven! (@ brewed daily)
This salted caramel ice cream is my excuse to purchase an ice cream maker (@ brown eyed baker)
This week I made the cute knock-off Pottery Barn moss covered letter that was featured in our notebook (circa 03.16.11 entry) and on the blog, “Be Sweet.” I absolutely love it and want to hit the craft store to get a larger letter to hang on our front door. This one is decorating a pantry door and I hung it in front of a broken frame I found in my basement on an angle. I plan to spray paint the frame black, but happened to be covering letters and marbleizing eggs at the same time. Who says this mama can’t multitask?
Proving that I can mess up just about any craft, I hot glued my finger to the “C” because the moss was a bit more aerated than I realized. My husband says I am an “XXTREME HOT GLUE GUNNER.” He also makes an X in front of his face when he says this to me. I blame the glue gun. Regardless, super cute project that cost $11 to create!
Have you tried anything from our featured notebook entries? We would love to hear what projects you tried and how they worked out for your family!