Gooseberry Patch was founded in 1984 by two moms, Vickie Hutchins and Jo Ann Martin, as a means to share what they love to do as they stay home with their children. Now, they are known for their collection of family-friendly, community-style cookbooks. Each book is created with today's time-strapped, budget-conscious families in mind and filled with recipes shared by cooks all across the country. Pick up a book for the cooking enthusiast in your life!
From The Crab Chronicles
What makes life worth living? The people we love obviously have a lot to do with that. I think what we love plays a big part, too. There are certain sights, sounds, and smells that fill me with love, and make life worth living.
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Rachel Ball is owner of the blog, Elephantine. She is the owner of two online shops, the first of which is Elephantine (same as her blog), which features gorgeous handmade, minimalist jewelry, perfect for anyone who loves modern design. Her second shop, Mignon, includes lovely gift ideas for the home, stationery, and accessories.
The Crate Paper Blog keeps you updated with what's new with the scrapbooking and crafting shop, Crate Paper. Crate Paper strives to be on the edge of design by mixing modern elements with eclectic and retro influences.
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From Christy & Amanda at Joy Clair
Today I am sharing a quick and easy way of using your scraps. I often have piece[s] of cardstock where I test ink colours and effects on. These then become card backgrounds or I use them on my layouts cut into tags and even die-cut shapes out of them. Today I am showing you how I use it as a quick card background.
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