Today’s tutorial is from the super-fabulous Heather from Dollar Store Crafts. I’ve been a fan of Heather’s for a long time and am thrilled to share her tutorial today on how to turn junk mail into eye-catching wall art!
I am super excited to share this guest post from Jenny Rohrs from Craft Test Dummies! Jenny shares how to reuse crepe paper party decorations in a cute, fun watercolor project for kids or for grownups. The really cool part? This project doesn’t require any paint! The dye from the crepe paper acts as your watercolors.
Stuffed acorn squash is a great dish to share with a loved one on Valentine’s Day. It’s a warm and comforting dish fit for a cold February evening, and the heart-shaped acorn squash adds a touch of whimsy and romance. The stuffing recipe makes more than enough for this dinner, so you can reheat the leftovers and enjoy it with another dish!a
Not only is this vegan dubu buchim rich in protein, calcium and anti-oxidants, it’s also easy to vary. Switch up your grains, swap the broccoli for brussels sprouts or your other favorite vegetable, add a pinch of ginger or other complementary flavours to the sauce. While this is a complete meal, you can serve just the tofu on the bed of greens as a great appetizer to an Asian-inspired menu.