In our last home, we had a four-inch-thick stone mantel over our fireplace. I also had a toddler and a baby on the way for our Christmasses in that home, and though I wanted all the luxuries of a happily decorated mantel, I didn’t want the risk of injuring small children. Or myself, for that… Continue reading A Stocking Hanger that WON’T Send Anyone to the ER!
Did you know that you can make your own sprinkles? Well, you can! I was recently reminded of this after doing some unicorn cookies (I’ll share those next week!) and I wondered how the rainbow effect would come across in sprinkle form. All you need to do to make your own sprinkles is to pipe… Continue reading DIY Sprinkles
What is it with me sharing out-of-season recipes? I did the same thing with my sorbet recipe in January and ice cream recipe in October last year. But, whatevs– yumminess ahead!! I decided to call this delectable treat Muddy Road Ice Cream, as it’s Rocky Road with the addition of a ribbon of homemade caramel, and it makes… Continue reading Muddy Road Ice Cream
Unless you know me personally, you might not know that I’m learning ASL. A few months ago, I felt the urge to pick this back up again (I learned a fair bit in my middle school years when our church gained a deaf member and provided lessons to anyone wanting to learn to communicate with… Continue reading How to Make Your Videos Deaf/HOH Accessible
I love when cookie cutters are multi-functional. It helps pare down unnecessary cutters from your collection (thus saving space), and if you’re clever you can find new ways of using a shape. Recently I filled an order for these sweet baby shower cookies: The client gave me wiggle room to play and I really wanted… Continue reading Little Pink Dress from a Wedding Bell Cutter
Have you ever heard of or participated in a Cooking Club? If you haven’t, you should. Just get a group of friends willing to give it a go, set up a rotation, and once a month a club member gets to choose a set of recipes and assign them to group members, then everyone brings… Continue reading Cream Cheese Mints & Orange-Ginger Sassies
The weather Down South has been absurdly hot. Humid, sweaty, hovering in the mid-nineties, and simply atrocious. Just par for the course for summertime south of the Mason Dixon line. I think we all need some refreshment, don’t you? And what’s more refreshing than watermelon and lemonade? This week I’m going to show you the… Continue reading Picnic Cookies: Watermelon & Lemonade Stand Tutorial