Month: September 2014

Give Thanks

Give Thanks Burlap Runner Hello, this is Farmer Angie!  Thanksgiving is just around the corner and my dinning room table is ready. I wanted give you all a sneak peek on what the Thomasson family is up to after October.   I’m not actually hosting

Moss Covered Reindeer

I’ve been busy getting ready for the holiday.  I hate to admit it but, it has taken me two weeks!  I get so distracted with side projects like this one.  I think to myself wouldn’t it be so cute if

Sample Craft

Total Time 1 to 2 hours Ages school-age These warm and fuzzy fabric pumpkins will keep year after year. Try mixing textures and colors to create a mismatched patch of them. What you’ll need Fake fur, fleece, or other fabric Scissors Needle

Grandma Sue’s Famous Chocolate Zuchinni Bread

Makes 2 loafs or 5 mini 3 Eggs 2 Cups of Sugar 2 Cups of Oil 3 Tbs Choc Powder 1 tsp Vanilla 2 Cups Zucchini (Peeled and shredded) Choc Chips (optional) Mix all together. Once mixing is complete, add:

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