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Christmas Peacocks

This turned out beautifully!

oh so Crafty Felt Pretend Play

I know, I know, personal plus crafty!! But I just had to share what I am working on for Christmas gifts this year. From nieces to a dear friend's daughters, I have atleast four little girls in mind for these gifties. Next is this Adorable Tea Set from Gulf Coast Cottage and I have already finished up delectable strawberries, a lunch box set with sandwich fix-ins, chips and a juice box and soon I'll be on to sprinkled cupcakes. It is so fun that I can't stop! Snuggled up, watching Christmas movies with my sewing needle busy, whoda thunk it?

P.S. We will be traveling to the Philippines for Christmas this year and my children and I have also been working on teddy bears that we plan to gift to a Children's Orphanage. We will also be participating in humanitary work through our family's non-profit foundation, Deseret International.
Want to contribute fabric, sewing notions for more teddy bears or your own items that we can gift to the children? Please contact me at or visit the Deseret International website for more information on how you can help with this important cause.

Thank you and Happy Holidays to you and yours!

An amazing Christmas tree topper!

Arizona Lewis

Cable Drawings

Using your in the way telephone, television, stereo equipment cables with 'Cable Drawings' the budge plus it is beyond ingenious!

Setting the table

At this time of year especially we often gather 'round the dining room table with family and friends. What does your dining space say about you? And have you created an environment for these types of gatherings to flourish? For me, a welcoming dining room in my home is key and as long as someone else is on dish duty we could stay there all night..

There are storys of tradegy and there are stories of triumph. Life presents us with challenges, of circumstance, pain and love, faith and opportunities for growth. Whether it happens to one you love, a neighbor or a stranger, the story that comes to you over the blog world, the internet, the 5-o'clock news, have the ability to greatly touch our lifes. Carol's story encompasses all of this for me and more, so much more. I have never known a more heart-wrenching event, a more courageous person, more beautiful individuals than that that makes up this family. This is why I stalk this blog Daily! And why I look to do something more everyday.

Happy Turkey Day!

Delight your holiday guests with this Bourbon-Pecan Pumpkin pie dream which I am sure tastes all the more wonderful being served in the delights of this Emile Henry Artisan Ruffled Pie Dish in Caramel...
and if you do nothing else but add these "Fall Forest" leaves to your store bought pie you are still ahead of the curve in my book :)

P.S. Bourbon-Pecan Pumpkin Butter Pie

To decorate your pie with professional ease and panache, use our spring-loaded piecrust cutters to create detailed pastry cutouts shaped like autumn leaves. You can do much of the preparation for this pie in advance. Make the dough up to two days ahead, wrap with plastic wrap and refrigerate. The day before Thanksgiving, roll out the dough, place it in the pie dish and freeze. Then make and freeze the decorative cutouts. To free up your oven on Thanksgiving Day, you can bake the pie a day ahead of time. Let it cool, then cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate until serving time.


  • 4 eggs
  • 2 cups (about 1 1/3 jars) pecan pumpkin butter
  • 1 3/4 cups plus 1 Tbs. evaporated milk
  • 3 Tbs. bourbon
  • 1 prebaked and cooled deep-dish piecrust (see related recipe at left)
  • Whipped cream for serving


Position a rack in the lower third of an oven. Place a cookie sheet on the rack. Preheat the oven to 325°F. (The pie dish will sit on the cookie sheet, which will help the bottom of the crust to brown.)

In a large bowl, gently whisk the eggs. Add the pecan pumpkin butter, evaporated milk and bourbon and whisk until well combined. Pour the filling into the prebaked piecrust and bake until the center of the pie is just set, 1 to 1 1/4 hours. Check the crust after 30 minutes; if the edges begin to brown too quickly, cover them with aluminum foil.

Transfer the pie to a wire rack and let cool for at least 4 hours before serving. If making in advance, cover the cooled pie with plastic wrap and refrigerate up to overnight.

To serve, cut the pie into slices and serve with whipped cream. Serves 8 to 10.

Ducks in A Row

While this may in fact be over my head in the 'crafty' department, the fantastic blog, "Ducks in a Row" offered up full instructions to this adorable "Thanksgiving Advent Calendar." Full of delightful ideas, perusing the posts of this blog is a favorite past time of mine and definitely falls under my list of blogs I like to stalk.

Friday Foto

Courtesy of flickr illyn
Because it snowed today in my neck of the woods!!!

Interior ReDesign

Home Redesign professionals utilize their wide range of skills, design talent and professional training to offer a variety of decorating services to clients. Whether you are looking to enhance your home with interior redesign or are looking to prepare your home for sale with staging, create the perfect atmosphere for a special event or reorganize your space, Home Redesign® designers are expertly equipped to provide the highest level of service.

octopus for dinner

Because who doesn't want extraordinary sea life pictured below their pad thai at meal time? Set of 4 from 2modern.

Friday Foto

Courtesy of Flickr suten lavn

Canal Apartments

Next time I swing by Paris for a visit, I should like to rest my head here... Canal Apartments.

Dress Design for Shabby Apple Dresses

THE Shabby Apple is having a design contest and I just had to accept the challenge and add a few ideas my own. I love so many of their beautiful dresses!

My first design stemmed from the idea of a perfectly figure-flattering dress in a delicious shade of Kelly green. While the style whispers of a 50's silhouette with its full skirt, very generous pleating and boat neckline, the bell sleeves and shoulder trimming give it that 21st century edge. I see it with an 'under- cami' to accommodate the wide sleeves and a lined skirt. I could imagine myself living in this dress!

The second screams Marilyn Monroe Wiggle dress but in a gorgeous pattern. Embroidered/French Toile/Amy Butler-esque print...fantastic! A cap sleeve and round neckline with a tie front. Contrasting 'belt' and a slimming pencil type skirt. I love the idea of using brown and blue. This could be stunning!