I’ve had a lot of fun this year creating printables for you and today’s plaid Christmas prints are no exception. I’m really pleased to be sharing these plaid Christmas prints with you. There are 17 plaid Christmas prints in all! Plaid Christmas Prints Plaid seems to be everywhere you look this year, especially buffalo plaid. I’ve created not one but 17 plaid Christmas prints for you.
If you’ve been following The Birch Cottage blog for any period of time, you probably know that Lenny and I have seven children. We do a LOT of our Christmas shopping online and have for years. This year, I thought I would share some of our online shopping expertise with you by sharing some of our favorite gift ideas for the men in your life.
Does it seem like Thanksgiving was just yesterday? (My attempt at humor.) I do hope you had a fantastic holiday! Now, sleigh bells ring, are you listening…. it will be Christmas before you know it! To help you with your holiday preparations, I made some printable Christmas Gift Tags just for you! There are a lot (probably 1,000’s) of Christmas gift tag printables available online.
As Thanksgiving draws near here in the United States, I wanted to show my gratitude for each of you by creating some Thanksgiving prints. This year as I count all the blessings in my life, I can’t help but count you and give thanks. These free printable Thanksgiving prints are a small token of my gratitude and, hopefully, will serve as a gentle reminder that we
Thanksgiving is quickly approaching and before you know it, Christmas will be here! If your family is anything like my family, as the holidays draw near, you’re looking for easy homemade Christmas gift ideas. Well, today, I’m sharing my Vanilla Pumpkin Pie Spice Sugar Scrub on Kenarry: Ideas for the Home. This sugar scrub is made from vanilla, brown sugar, pumpkin pie spice and coconut
Veterans Day 2016: In the United States, Veterans Day is a federal holiday that is celebrated every 11th of November. This year, Veterans Day falls on Friday and follows the 2016 Presidential Election on Tuesday, November 8th. Although the Presidential Election is an important day as the future leadership and direction of our country are at stake that day, I would hate it if we
Since sharing my DIY Sugar Hand Scrub recipe here on The Birch Cottage blog last year, I’ve received numerous requests for more “gifts in a jar” ideas. I have a few projects planned, but I just have not had a chance to put those tutorials together for you – yet. But, I will! Fortunately, plenty of other bloggers have done just that and I’ve put
I shared with you a couple of weeks ago all about the differences between salted caramel sauce and butterscotch sauce. Buried in this post, I also shared my super easy homemade butterscotch sauce recipe. But, I felt like my easy homemade butterscotch sauce recipe was a little lost in the post and I just knew that if you knew how easy it really is to make
My husband and I recently made a Freemason Wooden Clock from reclaimed wood as a gift for the local Grove City Lodge. You see, a few years ago, my husband decided he wanted to become a Freemason. He was actually looking for a way that he could make a difference in our community. Sure, there are churches, religious and charitable organizations, but he wanted to be a part
Did you know that Dawn Ultra Hand Renewal with Olay Beauty Dish Soap has some new scents? Oh, yeah! Although scents may vary by area, I just noticed Cucumber Melon, Tropical Shea Butter and Lavender Dawn Ultra Hand Renewal! So, I thought I’d take this opportunity to make some DIY Sugar Hand Scrub Printable Labels featuring these new scents. This post contains affiliate links to
Peak holiday entertaining is just around the corner. At some point during our festivities, I’ll hear “What’s your WiFi password?” It’s actually a common question these days just about anytime we have guests in our home. Or like when our daughter Kristen, who’s in the Navy, only comes home a couple of times a year and usually one of the first things she asks us is, “What’s
After a long summer break, it feels good to be back sharing DIY projects with you. Today, I’m really fortunate to be once again sharing over on Kenarry: Ideas for the Home how to make pumpkin candy dishes from terra cotta pots. I truly hope you’ll hop on over to Kenarry and check out this super, duper easy do-it-yourself project. It’s really two projects in one.