Of Editionof the homesteading carnival
Grab your favorite snack (preferably chocolate in honor of Valentine's Day) and let's get started with our carnival this week.
Of the Kitchen
Ruthanne presented a surprise filled Valentine's Day treat posted at Heart of the Matter. Your Valentine's Day party won't complete without these lovely little items.
Dina-Marie Oswald presents Dimes2Vines posted at Dimes2Vines, saying, "Our family loves chips and salsa. Although this recipe calls for canned tomatoes, I have adapted it to use our frozen tomatoes from the garden."
How about these very inexpensive Valentine Candy Bouquets that Julie made and shared at Thoughts that Stick. Who can resist chocolate? Valentine's Day and chocolate just seem to go hand in hand.
Lisa Taylor presents 50 Sushi Tips for Beginners posted at MRI Technician Schools.
Tiffany presents Peanut Butter Kiss cookies posted at The Homemaking Helper.
Owl-ways Be Mine! is a cute homemade valentine that Julie made and shared at Thoughts that Stick.
From the FaveCraftBlog Caley says, "Instead of spending the money on fresh cut flowers, use leftover paper from around your house, even holiday wrapping paper, to create a bouquet of paper roses. Here’s how to create paper roses."
Try your hand at making this adorable You've Got Mail! valentine mailbox Kim posted at Moda Bake Shop. This isn't your ordinary box. She's even provided a printer friendly version. WooHoo!
Of the classroom
Amber presents Six Sentence Sundays: Sally Sue and the Housefly posted at Buttons Aren't Toys!, saying, "A fun poem and activity for young children - new ones posted every Sunday! This week, help Sally build a house for the flies that live with her. :)"
Of around the house
Trish presents 10 Valentine's Day tips posted at Trish Berg Saying, "Love comes from God, and Valentine's Day is the perfect day to show the ones we love what they mean to us..."
Rose Denson presents Kerosene Lamp Info posted at Grandma Rosie's Texas Home, saying, "It's always best to be prepared!"
HtF presents How to Fix an Energy-Inefficient House posted at How To Fix.
Of the outd00rs
Rose Denson presents HOW TO MAKE and MAINTAIN A WORM BIN..From OGH posted at Grandma Rosie's Texas Home.
Roxanne Mcann presents 100 Great sites for those who love to Garden posted at XRAY Technician Training.
Lara DeHaven presents Garden Planning Time posted at Texas Homesteader.
MomToCherubs presents Starting Garden Seeds posted at Simply Beck's Bounty.
Renee Benzaim presents What is a Worm Compost? posted at Compost Tumblers & Compost Making, saying, "Wormeries process compost faster than regular compost making and are easy to use. Just put bedding in the bottom tray and add kitchen scraps, covered by bedding in the top tray and the worms will do all the work! Even dog feces and cat litter boxes can be process in a SEPARATE wormery and used in your flower garden."
June Tree presents Where To Invest Extra Cash and Savings Today posted at The Digerati Life, saying, "Thoughts on where to invest your money today."
presents A 529 College Savings Plan As A Child's Gift
posted at The Smarter Wallet
, saying, "Opening a 529 college savings account for a child."
That concludes this edition. Remember to submit your blog article to the next edition of the homesteading carnival using our carnival submission form.