Monday, March 1, 2010

Carnival # 135 ~ "Tickled Pink" Edition

Welcome to the March 1, 2010
"Tickled Pink" edition
of the homesteading carnival


I was tickled pink with all the submissions this week. Great job to all that submitted a post. Thanks.



Tammy
at Tammy's Thoughts presents us with a Pea Salad.


Check out these Cream Cheese Cookies that Joelle posted at The Recipe Box.


How about some jar recipes: play dough, bath salts, fishy mix and more.

Lori Vaughn presents Easter Clipboards posted at Craft Corner, saying, "Southern Living Texas Style"

Join Cyndi as she presents the art of Snow Painting at Mixed Media Artist.

Valerie presents a nice little springy tree craft at the Crafty Room.


Make it from Scratch presents Clipboard Car Caddy posted at Make It From Scratch.


Lori Vaughn presents Chocolate Easter Egg Basket posted at Craft Corner.




June Tree presents Guide To Sewing Buttons: How To Sew On A Button Correctly posted at The Digerati Life.


Lara DeHaven presents Semper Gumby posted at Texas Homesteader.


Belle presents Happy Tree Tapping and Sap Collecting! posted at Homesteaderbelle's Blog.


Stephanie
presents Around the Garden posted at Stop the Ride!.


Thomas W
presents How to Save Tomato Seeds posted at Happy Farming.

Renee Benzaim presents What is Mushroom Compost? posted at Compost Tumblers & Compost Making, saying, "Mushroom compost is a special compost that mushroom farmers use to grow mushrooms. After the mushrooms are harvested, you can buy the spent mushroom compost to use in your compost making."


Dina-Marie Oswald
presents When Our Grapes Come In posted at Dimes2Vines, saying, "Leaving the corporate life in Alabama to start a vineyard in west Texas has resulted in a wonderful lifestyle change for our family, complete with family cow, chickens and of course, grapevines!"


Stephanie presents Milking Sheep posted at Adventures in the 100 Acre Wood.


TSW
presents 8 New or Changed 2009 Tax Credits That Can Save You Hundreds posted at The Smarter Wallet, saying, "Things to take note as we do our taxes!"

That concludes this "Tickled Pink" Edition.

Be sure to submit your blog article to the next edition of the homesteading carnival using our carnival submission form.

If you'd like to host the carnival on your blog please contact me. email Abi

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