Oh em gee these are so cute! These are a must have for anyone they come in so many different styles and the coolest part is they have snap on covers so you can change the look of your watch to match any outfit. I love the fact that the time is digital! That is great for kids! These come in so many styles and colors that they are perfect for Kids, Teens, Men and Women! These would make awesome Christmas gifts! I’ve add their links below the pictures make sure to go to their website and look at their amazing prices and selection!
So as you all know last month I had an obsession with pumpkins (lol.) Well now its November and my obsession has moved to gourds…painted ones to be exact. I was browsing a few ideas online because my mantel piece is looking kind of drab and came across these!
What a simple wonderful idea!
What you will need:
Can of white glossy spray paint
First you will need a surface to spray paint on, I would suggest laying down some news paper and placing your items on there before painting.
Spray paint all the items including anything that may be on wreath.
After it drys wrap the ribbon around the wreath.
You can use this as a centerpiece on the table like shown in the picture above or you can use them on the mantel piece like in the picture below
I love this idea, its so simple and pretty cheap as well. Craft stores usually have discounts and coupons in papers or on receipts which can really come in handy!
What you need:
Fall leaves (fake), small pinecones, sprigs of berries, fall flowers, ribbons, or other small fall decorations.
Tall, but not thin candle (comparable size to the pumpkin)
Knife (adult supervision is needed when doing this project with children)
- Remove as much of the stem of the pumpkin as possible without physically cutting into the pumpkin.
- Place candle on top of the pumpkin and using your marker, trace around the bottom of it.
- Cut a hole for the candle in the pumpkin, using your tracing as a guide and staying as close to it as possible (the more snug the candle fits, the better.)
- Place candle in the pumpkin and use glue to adhere fall leaves or sprigs around the edges of the opening (you may need to press some inside of the opening to secure the candle into place).
- Allow centerpiece to dry before using.
I love this time of year! Especially the food! Don’t get me wrong I love BBQ in the summer, but I truly enjoy all the food that gets cooked up at this time of year. Growing up we always had stuffing (blah) I never ate it lol I just didn’t like it. When I moved to the south I finally got to taste dressing now I love it I could eat it all through out the year lol. So I decided to post one of my favorite dressing recipes!
- 1 (16 ounce) package dry corn bread mix
- 2 tablespoons butter
- 1/2 cup chopped celery
- 1 small onion
- 2 eggs, beaten
- 2 cups chicken stock
- 1lb chicken
- salt and pepper to taste
- Prepare the dry corn bread mix according to package directions. Cool and crumble.
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C). Grease one 9×13 inch baking dish.
- In a large skillet over medium heat, melt the butter and saute the celery and onion until soft.
- In a large bowl, combine the celery, onions, 3 cups crumbled corn bread, eggs, chicken stock, sage and salt and pepper to taste; mix well.
- Boil Chicken in pot remove and shred chicken season to taste add the chicken to the mix
- Place into prepared dish and bake at 350 degrees F (175 degrees C) for 30 minutes.
Personally Fall is my favorite time of year, the weather is perfect the food is good and best of all its football season! I’ve came up with my top 5 favorite things to do in the fall.
1. Hit up the pumpkin patch.
My kids LOVE going to the pumpkin patch and there is so much that you can do with the pumpkins you pick!
2. Go to the park.
Go to the park and have a picnic lunch,take pictures of the changing leaves pick up a few for crafts and don’t forget the pine cones!
3. Go to Local attractions.
I know here we have a park where the kids can really get hands on, its set in the 1800’s so the kids can pick peanuts,cotton,corn and see demenstrations done by the park staff. Explore the general store, visit the old school house and so much more!
4. Go to Local events
Fall is the best time to go to local festivals and parades! I always rack up on handmade crafts and craft ideas!
5. Go to a highschool Football game!
Nothing like rooting on the home team! We go to every home game, Its cheap, the food is good, the kids love to show their school spirit and the weather is perfect.