It’s almost Thanksgiving and as thrilled as I am about the table spread with all my favorites, I truly love this time of year for so much more! Besides the good food and naps during football, it’s a day for letting my heart spill over with thankfulness! It’s the perfect time to reflect on all
I love banners, I think they are so fun and add to holiday decorating. My mother came to visit for a few weeks while my husband is away and helped me come up with this Thanksgiving banner. I knew I wanted to make one, I just couldn’t think of exactly what I wanted it to
Hello everyone! I’m so excited Thanksgiving is near, I just love this time of year. I’m a little late on getting my Thanksgiving decor out and having my projects done for it, better late than never, right?I bought an 11×14 frame at the Dollar tree and then took out the glass and used Krylon’s looking
Kids Thanksgiving Crafts are so easy and it totally raises the coolness factor of coloring to a perfect TEN! Take a creamer carton (pour any extra in a storage container. Wash, rinse and dry. Grab some tape, straws, a hole punch and a paper sack (our sacks are always from Braums because they price compare
Home/Christmas/This Stouffer’s copycat is easy and cheesy! This Stouffer’s Spinach Soufflé copycat is the perfect side dish for the holidays or a weeknight meal made with frozen spinach, cream and Parmesan!
Home/Christmas/NO BASTE? Yep. Turkey, crispy and no baste. No-Baste Turkey is the easiest turkey recipe you’ll make and it’s guaranteed to make you a crispy, moist unfussy holiday main course! ONLY, 1 hour cooking!
Home/Christmas/This creamy, buttery rice side dish is perfect for the holidays. Stick of Butter Rice is a buttery, casserole-like side dish, with beef broth, French Onion Soup, white rice and butter that’s a creamy, holiday favorite!