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Although my plan was to do a weekly update on the progress of the addition of the master suite, I soon learned that construction crews don’t care diddly squat about my desire to blog. Mainly because of the weather, a week or two would slip by without progress, then thereRead More →

Few things can make a gnome get a rumbly in his tumbly faster than the smell of fresh mushrooms sauteing in a frying pan. Axle thinks Britta should add mushrooms to just about everything she makes. Because Britta shares his love for mushrooms, she’s willing to cook them as long as heRead More →

  This article was first published at One Generation to Another February 5, 2008. Read through it and on the other side are directions for turning used potpourri tarts and candle stubs into beautiful, new candles. Close your eyes…think of the smell of your elementary school cafeteria…the ocean…a baby’s neck.Read More →

Materials: Polymer Clay 1] To make 4 plates and cups, begin by cutting 8 pieces of polymer clay. (Note: If you are using clay that has the ridges prestamped in them, I cut off 2 strips, then cut each strip into 4 equal pieces. I used one little square of clay forRead More →

We have had our gnome house for almost 2 years now, and just like my own house, I am always adding a little here and there, changing this and that, and allowing our environment to reflect the seasons. When preparing our gnome house for Valentines Day, I decided we neededRead More →

The gnomes enjoy decorating their houses seasonal just like the rest of us. Britta saw the Traditional Snowflakes we scattered throughout the house, and wanted some, too! So, I got right on it for her. She loves them! If you’d like to make some snowflakes for your gnome or dollRead More →