Monday, March 22, 2010

carnival # 138 ~ "Signs of Spring" Edition




to the 137th Homesteading Carnival

Edition

We'll make our first stop today with Lara DeHaven as she presents Spring has Sprung posted at Texas Homesteader.

Then we'll head over to Parenting Squad as Fred Lee presents some Tips For Gardening With Young Children. or maybe Peach's Top 5 Spring Lawn Care Tips | Spring Lawn Care - Lawn Care Tips posted at Lawn Care Tips, will help you, giving five common mistakes people make maintaining their lawn in the spring. TaraV also has some Tips for Looking After An Organic Garden posted at Go Green Street. Before we head out of the garden, Stephanie presents These are the Days I Love posted at Adventures in the 100 Acre Wood.




All this work in the garden has made for a hungry person let's head into the kitchen for something yummy as Lori Vaughn presents Apple Cobbler Cake posted at Two Southern Girls.

NHEZ presents Gluten Free Lemon Pasta Recipe posted at Natural Health Ezine, saying, "This is a gluten-free pasta recipe that tastes amazing and is really pretty easy to make. These are my favorite kind of recipes!"

Make it from Scratch presents How To Make Mascarpone posted at Make It From Scratch.

How about a touch of color in your Spring as you head into the kitchen of hopeistheword, she has posted quite the colorful cake.

Laura at Laura Williams' Musings has posted a Breakfast Cereal mix.


Into the craftroom/classroom we head now that our bellies are satisfied. Well, maybe our bellies are satisfied. Confessions of a Homeschooler has a Very Hungry Caterpillar activity to do with your child or you might want to try your hand at the craft she has posted using a salad spinner to make a spring flower how unique.

This is an adorable Springy craft that Lori Vaughn presents Cotton Candy Topiary posted at Craft Corner.

The Good Housekeeping site has this paper daffodil flower you can make.

Try this fun Dollar Store Craft by making a scarf Organizer posted by Heather. What a cleaver idea. Who would have ever thunk, as Pooh would say.


Have some spring projects to do around the house? Renee Benzaim presents How to Buy True Wrought Iron Designs posted at Wrought Iron Designs, saying, "A guide for what to look for when buying wrought iron designs for your home."

You may be in the market for buying a home this Spring. Natalie Thomas presents The First-Time Home Buyer Guide: 100 Must-Read Blog Posts posted at Construction Management Degrees, saying, "The listed blog posts in the article offer great tips on every aspect of homeownership. They cover every step of the way, from deciding whether or not buying is a wise idea to settling in with decorations and repairs."

Oops I made a mistake. BWL presents Overdrawing Your Checking Account posted at Christian Personal Finance, saying, "These are some tips for what you should do if/when you bounce a check or overdraw your checking account..." But then again maybe your are good at money management here are some savings tips. June Tree presents Free Savings Account For Your Savings Goals: SmartyPig Review posted at The Digerati Life, saying, "You can easily build your savings faster with a savings account that allows you to have other people (family & friends) contribute to your account." Wallet Blogger presents Top Online Savings Accounts For Savvy Savers posted at The Smarter Wallet, saying, "Where to put your family savings and emergency fund."

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