Sunday, March 28, 2010

carnival # 139 ~ "Sunday Night" Edition

Welcome to the March 29, 2010
the "Sunday Night" Edition
of the homesteading carnival



Lori Vaughn presents Vanilla Creme Candy posted at Two Southern Girls.


Fred Lee presents Snacks Know No Bounds posted at Parenting Squad.


The Backyard Grower presents Easy Onion Rings posted at Bobbie Whitehead.

Have some lighthearted fun with these tricky food pranks for April Fools' Day presented at Family Fun.


Audrey shares an easy recipe for Burgers in Pitas check it out at Audrey's Spot.




Lori Vaughn presents Easter Egg Topiary posted at Craft Corner.


Family Fun presents an Easy Easter Topiary Tree using chocolate eggs. Looks easy to me and can be eaten. That's a plus for me. While there check out other family fun activities to do at your Easter celebration.

Try your hand at this cute and easy T-Shirt Dress post by Gabbie at Gabbie's Crafty Pudding. Just in time for summer. I think this looks like it'd be easy enough for anyone to make and I think I may have to make one for myself. So cleaver!!!




NHE presents Home remedies for headaches At Natural Health Ezine saying, "Everybody gets headaches. Some get them more often, and some people get them everyday. The standard way to get rid of one is to go to the medicine cabinet, take some aspirin or other medicine and be done with it, hopefully. However, there are many ways to apply a natural remedy for headaches, and many important reasons for doing so...(read rest of article here.)"




Lara DeHaven presents Planting Potatoes posted at Texas Homesteader.


Linda@NHE presents How To Use Vinegar To Get Rid Of Gnats posted at Natural Health Ezine, saying, "Gnats. Those pesky little insects are flying around the fresh fruit and other areas in the kitchen. This may be a result of fruit going bad, dirty dishes left in the sink, or from the trash can that needs to be emptied. Gnats are drawn to the odors of rotting food. They are also attracted to other warm and moist places, such as houseplants."


Travis Christopher presents Outdoor Lantern: A major step to make a yard into a garden posted at TheLightingIdeaSite.


Morgan Schwartz presents Pet Friendly Gardens and Landscaping posted at The Wuzzy Chronicles.


Renee Benzaim presents Compost Tumblers ? A Brief Overview posted at Compost Tumblers & Compost Making, saying, "Compost tumblers make it easy for anyone to have a good source of organic compost. They can be simple or elaborate. The choice is yours.

The best types of compost tumblers are the gear-driven, hand-crank models with baffles inside to aerate the contents better. But these are not the only types of compost tumblers.

Get a roll-around sphere or drum compost tumbler and let the kids or grandkids roll it around your yard. In no time at all, you'll have great organic compost for your garden."


Frederick Yarmy presents 50 Excellent YouTube Videos for DIY Home Repair Help posted at Construction management degree, saying, "In this list of 50 excellent YouTube videos for DIY home repair, you can learn how to prioritize home repairs as well as learn how to do most of the work yourself."


Digerati Life presents H&R Block Tax Services: Get Ready For Tax Season! posted at The Digerati Life, saying, "With tax season upon is, here are some resources to help with dealing with our family finances this time of year."

Wallet Blogger presents Debt Consolidation Loans: Tips, Pros and Cons posted at The Smarter Wallet, saying, "Some tips on managing your family debt. I suggest some efficient ways to handle your debt."


That concludes this "Sunday Night" Edition.

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