Tuna Noodle Casserole from Scratch

I’ve made tuna noodle casserole many times with canned soup as the base. However, I wanted to make one with a homemade sauce. It was so easy, and I can’t believe it took me so long to try it. Tuna Noodle Casserole from Scratch I always use egg noodles for this dish. In the past… [Read More]

How to Create a Wood Crate Flower Centerpiece

We had so much fun creating a wood crate flower centerpiece at our girls’ getaway weekend. Each year myself and two long time friends go away for the weekend, and stay at my friend’s sister’s farmhouse in the mountains. Most of the time we talk, shop and eat. However, the last couple of years we… [Read More]

How to Create Beautiful Plastic Drawers with Mod Podge and Fabric

It’s time for our quarterly creative blogger challenge. This one is lead by Susan of Momcrieff to create or update something with mod podge and fabric. It’s been a long time since I’ve decoupaged but I was very excited to use some of my pretty fabric stash for this challenge.  Create Beautiful Plastic Drawers with Mod… [Read More]

Shrimp Salad Sandwich Roll

This simple shrimp salad sandwich roll recipe is a great alternative to a lobster roll. You can serve it on bread, in a wrap, or on a bed of lettuce, for a fresh light meal whenever you’re craving seafood. Shrimp Salad Sandwich Roll this post contains affiliate links for your convenience.  Click here to read my full disclosure policy… [Read More]

Celebrate Spring with the Beauty of Natural Moss Decor

One of the first signs of spring here, is the bright green moss that is starting to show after a long winter. I really like the look of natural moss decor, and thought it would be perfect to brighten up the house for spring. Here I’m using preserved reindeer moss, and sheet moss, to create… [Read More]

Time to Dig In: Simple Tips for Preparing Your Spring Garden

In my neck of the woods spring is just around the corner and if you like gardening as much as I do, then you’re probably itching to get out and dig in the dirt. I am happy to announce that I am joining a group of fabulous garden bloggers for the season, to present Tuesdays… [Read More]

Baked Salmon and Wilted Spinach with Meyer Lemon Butter Sauce

A bucket of Meyer lemons for $2.00. I had to buy this delicious fruit for that price, and though I have my own dwarf Meyer lemon tree, it’s still too small to produce many lemons. I decided to use them to created a simple Meyer lemon butter sauce, to serve on salmon and spinach for a… [Read More]