Friday, 12 August 2016

My Friday Finds . . .

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A few of the things I find each week which pique my curiosity or inspire me to want to do something, create something, cook something, or become a better person!   I hope they will pique or inspire you as well!

 

24 delicious ways to use the glut of Basil in your garden.  From  What's Gaby Cooking.  I love this food blog.  Everything always looks so delicious.  The photography is par excellence!

 

From Gingermelon.  I have made these and they are so cute.  I love Shelley's patterns.

 

Made from Polymer Clay, I love Jessica Janes lovely little creations.  She has tutorials on her page and all sorts.  Jessica Jane Handmade.

 

Sweet and Spicy Zucchini Relish.  Craving Something Healthy.

 

I love, LOVE this peas in a pod necklace.   You can do however many children in the family up to five.   Or if you are a couple.  Two.  Or two parents and two kids.  Two parents one child.  Twins. etc.  Maximum number of peas is five.  This is such a beautiful idea.  The peas are freshwater pearls.  From Vintage Pearl. 

  

3 Ingredient Toffee Dip. From Pebbles and Piggytails.   I might make this for the District BBQ we are hosting tomorrow.

  

Noble Pig.  Dill Pickle Dip.  Yum!

 

The best exercises for Arm Flab.  From  Skinny Mom.  Seventeen exercises.

 

Kitchen Organization Tips.  From The Idea Room.


  

Simple ways on how to determine proper portion size.  Food Faith Fitness.

 

Back to School Lunches.  Simple and healthy.  Creative Green Living.  Sandwich free.


 

How to turn an old dresser into an Entertainment centre.  I love this idea.  From  DIY Cozy Home.



 Star Stitch Blanket.  I love the colours.  From Little Woolie.


  

Command Centre Ideas from Unoriginal Mom.  There are some great organizational tips there! 

 

10 Creative DIY Cake Stands.  From All Women's Talk.

 

And finally a 7 day plan to help make you more productive!

And those are my finds for this week.  I hope something inspired you! 

A thought to carry with you through today  . . .


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All the flowers of tomorrow
are in the seeds of today  . . . 
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Spiritual Enlightenment

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Cooking in The English Kitchen today  . . .  Tuna Melt Casserole.  Delish!


Have a happy Friday! Be blessed! Don't forget . . .


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And I do too!!



9 comments:

Suze said...

Marie, once again, I am in awe of your finds and have a heap of things to drool over. I love so many of these things and thank you for sharing them.

I am about to settle in for an orgy of watching the olympics. I love gymnastics etc and this is the week I like to watch. Tears fell for FIji this morning with their first ever gold. I am sorry for Great Britain but I am proud of those men. Many of them have a harder life and it is an impoverished place. But the people are so very nice, or they were in my experience.

God bless your day and have a little fun on the way.

Marie Rayner said...

So pleased for Fiji Suzan. We have missionaries serving here from Fiji and a couple from Fiji in our church congregation. They are such a beautiful and humble people! God bless your day also! I have bought myself a Birthday gift today in a calligraphy set. Here's hoping I can do something with it! xoxo

kate hazlehurst said...

Hi Marie, you should definitely make the toffee dip, it looks amazing! Spent a very wet day in Betwys Coed and Llandudno yesterday. My nephew recently married a lovely girl from Singapore and her family have come over to meet his family before they go back to Singapore to start their new life together. It was quite an emotional day, but they will be coming back once a year so that's something. The house move is still progressing so it could be early September when we move! Lots of love xxx

Marie Rayner said...

Yes, we have a bunch of missionaries coming tomorrow for a BBQ. I think I will make the toffee dip with apples for the missionary that is gulten intolerant! Your nephew and his new wife are lucky that they can come home at least once a year! I can only wish! Love and hugs! xoxo

La Table De Nana said...

Hahaha Noah spent part of the day with us here and examined my skin..he is so honest:( I'll stop here..

Fun finds again..and your gingerbread felted homes are adorabler:)

Marie Rayner said...

Oh, haha Monique. Children can be so brutally honest! I say no more! Love and hugs! xoxo

Sybil said...

Dear knows what's happening now...I wrote my comments and it doissapeared,,,nothing new there...but now there's a message saying
Google account....you will be asked to sign after submitting your comment ?.....
Ah well. I will sign of now and see what happens...I enjoyed today's finds as always xxxx

LeAnn said...

The tuna melt looks yummy! There were several items that I will take a further look at. You come up with so many unique ideas; thanks for this one. My favorites was the arm flab one; I ready checked that one out. The 7 day productive plan looks like a good one; there's some children that could use that one. Gosh, I want to eat more than the portions. I too love love the peas in a pod necklace.
Blessings and hugs for you sweet friend~

Marie Rayner said...

The mysteries of the internet Sybil! Who can fathom them out! So strange! (((hugs))) Love you! xoxo

Thanks LeAnn! I wish I could implement all of these ideas, lol, but even a few will do! Hugs and blessings and love right back!! xoxo