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Tuesday, May 25, 2010

The Crib

A neat getaway cabin designed by Jeffery Broadhurst.
This structure, The Crib, is a kit that you buy and is assembled on site!

Quote by~Mark Twain
It's spring fever. That is what the name of it is. And when you've got it, you want
- oh, you don't quite know what it is you do want,
but it just fairly makes your heart ache, you want it so!

“Q” is the only letter that does not occur in any of the U.S. state names.
“Bury the hatchet.”Native Americans used to bury weapons to show that fighting had ended and enemies were now at peace. Today, the idiom means to make up with a friend after an argument or fight.

Out doors
Cotton balls are a great addition to your survival kit. When soaked in alcohol or Vaseline the make a great fire starter that burns long enough to get any fire going.

Garden Tea Punch
3 tbsp. mint leaves -fresh-
2/3 cup sugar
2 Tetley Orange Pekoe tea -strong-
2 cups Water
1/2 cup lemon juice
1 l. Club Soda
1 cup orange juice
Mixing instructions:
Place water, sugar, mint and lavender or borage (if desired) in a large stainless steel or or non reactive pan. Bring to a boil, remove from heat and let steep for 20 minutes. Strain mixture through 100% cotton cheesecloth lined colander. Add orange juice, lemon juice and tea to flavoured water, chill. Just before serving add chilled club soda (if desired), sprinkle with flower petals (if desired) Makes approx 3 quarts or 16 (6 ounce) servings.

Crafts & Tutorials
Personalise your flipsflops tutorial

Beach Towel to Hand towel tutorial

Painted Parasol tutorial

safety pin bracelet Tutorial

Build your own backyard Fire pit

Cute garden gate with painted popsicle sticks

Make butterfly jar with the kids tutorial

Spoon Sun Catcher

Stay Crafty!
Have a blessed day & Be a blessing to others.
Thank you for dropping by!

1 comment:

Amber said...

Thanks for the fire starter tip! We have outdoor fires in out pit all of the time and tend to run out of lighter fluid.