Friday, 14 July 2017

Friday Finds

 
A few of the things I find each week that pique my curiosity and inspire me to want to do, be, create, learn, enjoy, etc.  Maybe they will do the same for you.

  

Knitted bookmark Birds.  A free pattern on Ravelry by Claire Garland. they kind of look cute sitting there on top of those books.


Pepperoni Pizza Stuffed Mushrooms.  Oh boy, these look some scrumptious.  From Jo Cooks. Definitely not low fat.


Fab Food 4 All.  Simple Blueberry Jam, with no pectin and only 3 ingredients.  


Free knit and crochet patterns for slippers from The Blue Elephant.  I love the moccasins.


DIY Reusable, Washable Baking Dish Covers.  From Riley Blake Designs.  


 A bit of eye candy.  I love, LOVE the bedding on this bed and the look of the room in general.  The wood floors, the walls, etc.
 
 
Chicken Pot Holder.  Crochet. A free pattern from Ravelry by Christine Ciliberto.  
 
 
Its Me, Maize Hutton.  Pretty little coasters with embroidery, done with cotton yarn. So lovely.  Lovely blog.


Daisy Cottage Designs.  Granny Heart Dish Cloth.  Love the Daisy in the middle.



The Russian Method for joining yarns.  I may give this a go.  Complete tutorial here.  


Crochet Double Thick Potholder.  From Boring Knitter


The Big Mans World.  Healthy No Bake Chocolate Peanut Butter Crunch Bars.  Gluten Free for those who are into that.


DIY Bath Bombs.  Swansons Vitamins and Health products.  


Snow Cone Sugar Scrub, from The Gunny Sack.  


One for the Kids.  From Buzz Feed, a tutorial on how to make your very own robotic hand.  Boys would love this!  Wish my grandsons were not living so far away!


From Remodeloholic. 95 ways to decorate around or hide electronics. 


From Indulgy. 25 Painted Furniture makeover projects.


A therapists prescription for better mental health.

  

What to do when you're feeling overwhelmed.

And those are my finds for this week.  I hope you found something of interest! 

A thought to carry with you through today  . . . 

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In The English Kitchen today . . .  Layered Cob Salad.  Delicious!  

We have the Sister Missionaries coming for their tea tonight. Hope you have a beautiful day!!  Along the way don't forget!

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And I do too!

6 comments:

Suze said...

Hello Marie. It is quite late for me. Tonight we went to Jamie's in Brisbane to celebrate Bethany's birthday. The meals were fine but I ordered a small truffle tagliatelle. It was so tiny. I really could have done with a bit more. I normally only order one course. It was yummy but whatever they put on the top of the dish was not real truffle but some thing preserved with the most unsatisfactory texture. I enjoyed the pasta very though. It is not all that cheap but they do have a reasonable lunch deal. So if I go again I will try lunch.

Beth bought her own cake. It was vegan, gluten free creation. There were various celebrity chefs and I offered them the last slice. Being rude and interrupting them briefly was worth the look on their faces.

God bless your day.


La Table De Nana said...

I was just Googling that chicken pattern this week too funny:) Uncanny..however I want to make a raised rose first or sunflower type thingie..LOL let's see how that goes.

First..The daisy in the heart..if there isn't a video..I am not done..the coasters..♥.Will be pinning..so I guess..I am a real granny now..that I can crochet a tiny bit.
A couple of yrs ago I tried felting and made a single solitary thing..a bird..it sits onsome books too..one wing falls off all the time..

thanks for all the pretties..:)

Marie Rayner said...

Sounds like a great experience Suzan! However expensive. Oh, those ritzy places always give you little dots on plates! And you pay three times as much for them! haha xoxo

Happy to hear you have been Grannied well and truly Monique! You will never look back! I hope your family is all prepared for the lovely crochet goodies you will be making them! xoxo PS - tried felting too, it hurt my fingers, ouch! Those needles are sharp especially if you miss!

Sybil said...

Great ideas today as usual....I have already looked at the chocolate peanut crispy no bake, looks a good idea, I don't have any maple syrup but maybe I can think of a substitute ?....I'm now going to have a look at the slippers...if they are easy maybe Mary could try to knit them...I have a lot of wool hanging around.....hope you are enjoying your Young visitors tonight.....hope also that you have had a good day, when do you go back about your knee ?...As I sit here I hear loud singing, giggling, band music, all coming from the rec. this is the family camp out night. The school put it on every year. There are tents put up on the rec and a stage area. The kids do singing acting, playing etc some adults also perform telling stories, the way the wind is going tonight all the sound is coming in the Windows, but it is so nice to hear the kids having fun....thankfully it's a nice dry night so don't think there will be any.....I want to go home.....in the middle of the night LOL...night night to you Todd and Mitzie xxx

LeAnn said...

Of course, your crocheted items always catch my interest. I do want to try the dishcloths. The Chocolate Peanut Crispy looks yummy and easy. I liked the baking dish covers. I must try the bluebery jam; one of my favorites. Thanks for the link for refinishing furniture; I can dream.
I loved the Therapists Prescription for better mental health. I need this one!
Love you much! Hugs~

Marie Rayner said...

The family camp out night sounds like fun Sybil! I did not know Mary could knit! How wonderful! xoxo

Love you much too LeAnn! xoxo