Tag Archive: Holidays

Crafting with a Cinnamon Broom, Part 1

A little over a week ago, I bought a cinnamon broom for $3.99 at the market.  It’s a bit too early for fall decor, if you ask me, (see my post “Thoughts on… Continue reading

Thoughts on the Cinnamon Broom

Here we are, in the first few days of August, and what did I see at the store? A display of cinnamon brooms. I usually associate the cinnamon broom with autumn and holidays… Continue reading

Love Month

As February nears, I have decided that it will be “Love Month” at my house.  Just as we celebrate Advent in December, I want to express affection and kindness during the month of… Continue reading

Time to Turn the Page…

Another New Year is upon us… what will we do with it? Firelight will not let you read fine stories, but it’s warm and you won’t see the dust on the floor.  –Irish… Continue reading

White Chocolate Peppermint Marshmallows

To me, the flavor combination of white chocolate and peppermint is quintessentially Christmas.  If the white chocolate and peppermint happen to top a gooey marshmallow or a soft, moist chocolate cookie…even better! Tonight… Continue reading

An Afternoon in the Past

Since the Christmas holiday is just weeks away, I thought I would spend some of the day today going through the clutter around my home in preparation for the onslaught of family, friends,… Continue reading

Light Up Your Next Party!

I was given two cylinders full of light sticks as a gift last year, and I have had the best time using them up! Just in case you might not know what I’m… Continue reading

Quick Tip: Flicker Lights

I’m sure that many of you are familiar with these little battery-powered flicker lights.  Many folks use them in place of candles at home, or inside carved pumpkins this time of year. I… Continue reading

“Wicked” Rings for Spoooky Stemware

I thought of this idea for drink charms or wine charms the other day while I was going through my Halloween decorations.  I was digging around in my fall décor boxes, and I… Continue reading