Amy Clark

Amy’s Notebook 11.18.09

I want to knit this infinity scarf (@ tentenknits)

This hearty beef stew looks like a great recipe to make in my slow cooker (@ Jolly Mom)

This is a great step-by-step tutorial on drawing a turkey (@ Art Projects for Kids)

I had no idea how easy it could be to make homemade butter (@ Down to Earth)

When the holiday knitting is done, I plan to knit for this cause (@ my happy little life)

This make-ahead turkey idea will make Thanksgiving so much easier for families (@ The Finer Things in Life)

These framed silhouette words are beautiful (@ Crafty Nest)

This Christmas tree wall decoration would be a fun project to do with the kids (@ Craft Projects)

I bet my kiddos would love these banana cinnamon waffles (@ Jersey Girl Cooks)

These Oreo Cupcakes look like a yummy treat (@ The Idea Room)

I really like this DIY leaf mobile (@ design sponge)

This roast turkey tutorial will be helpful for Thanksgiving (@ Home Ec 101)

I adore these homemade party hats (@ Prudent Baby)

I like this festive idea for decorating the family photos for a birthday party (@ ohdeedoh)

These velcro catch balls would be a fun and frugal craft to do with the kids (@ CRAFT)

I will have to try this recipe for white enchiladas (@ eat at home)

These scrunchy gathered scarfs are gorgeous and thrifty (@ Hope Studios)

This homemade snowman kit is adorable (@ Make it Do)

This caramel apple cider would make a fun full treat to drink (@ Baking Bites)

These braised short ribs do look heavenly (@ The Pioneer Woman)

I want to try this recipe for homemade rosemary focaccia (@ cathie filian)

This gluten-free and dairy-free waffle recipe is a great one for my friends that suffer from food allergies (@ I’m An Organizing Junkie)

My kids would love coloring & painting these mini-paintings (@ inspired ideas)

I like these cheap ideas for winterizing your home (@ Life Hacker)

These homemade baby legs are adorable (@ Little Birdie Secrets)

This fabric pumpkin tutorial is so great (@ Thompson Family-Life)

Published November 18, 2009 by:

Amy Clark

Amy Allen Clark is the founder of You can read all about her here.

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