Sunday, December 07, 2008

DIY projects for the holidays, Spotted Cow's Giveaway

Moth Chaser Sachets from Garden Fresh Living

Various fun projects from SoapyLove

Babylegs Tutorial from Heidi (Soapaholics Anonymous)

The next two projects are courtesy of The Soap Queen Blog. Be sure to peruse Anne-Marie's whole blog, going back a few pages or more because she has tons of good and fun ideas!
Painted Ornament Project
Christmas Tree Soap Centerpiece

Spotted Cow Soaps has another Giveaway - hurry and enter!

p.s. the artisan bread I made actually didn't turn out doughy and soggy. It was just like the baguettes we buy at the local bakery (or used to buy; I've been making my own for a couple of years now)! We had it with lasagne last night, and made French toast with it this morning. It was really tasty.

"The foolish man seeks happiness in the distance, the wise grows it under his feet." ~ James Oppenheim


The Blonde Duck said...

That bread sounds tasty! Yum! Can't wait to check out the giveaways!

Carrie @ Under the Willow said...

Yes the bread sounds wonderful~ and thanks for sharing on the info~ great stuff!

Teri said...

You make bread?!? I am totally impressed.

Heidi said...

Thanks for the shout out Theresa! = )

Firefly mom said...

I will now spend the next 30 minutes perusing links and dreaming of your bread. I may have to try that...yum.

BTW, I'm doing my first ever blog giveaway!

Teresa R said...

Blonde, it really was tasty! I have the third/last lump of dough to bake up today.

Carrie-Gigi, thanks for always being here and being supportive! xo

Heidi, you're a talented, talented gal and I want everyone to know it! :)

Firefly Mom, yes, do try the bread! It was incredibly easy. If you don't want to have enough dough for 3 batches of bread, you might want to Google the Sullivan No Knead Bread recipe on NY Times. Sorry to contribute to your time-wasting on the internet. ;) I'll be right over to check out your giveaway!

Theresa/GardenFreshLiving said...

Hey Teresa-

Thanks for the link to my sachets. I appreciate it!

Mmmm homemade bread. Sounds divine!

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theresa/GardenFreshLiving said...

Ahhh! My computer was being slow so I hit publish again...and again....

Sorry. I should know better. Please delete my boo-boos!

Teresa R said...

Teri, sorry...missed yours - thanks! No need to be impressed. This bread recipe is so simple, my younger son could probably make it. :)

Theresa, no problem; I'll delete the extra comments. ;)