Entertaining Ideas from Williamsburg Susan Hight Rountree 1993 Drawing on the heritage of Virginia hospitality, this book contains a treasure trove of sugges- tions and ow-tos for commemorating special occassions throughout the year. From a winter dinner to a spring wedding, this beautiful book, provides a wealth of flower-arranging, decorating, handicraft, and cooking ideas.
An Amish Picnic Amy Clipston 2020-03-03 From bestselling authors in the Amish genre come four sweet stories about picnics and romance. Baskets of Sunshine by Amy Clipston Kevin Weaver has lived with his brother’s family since his parents passed away when he was young, but he craves a home and family to call his own. Freeman Kurtz owns a successful brick mason business, and Kevin takes the job as Freeman’s apprentice to pursue his own financial freedom. Phoebe Kurtz is helping her sister with her booth at the marketplace when she notices Kevin, her father’s employee. Their friendship grows, but Kevin is convinced that the difference in their ages makes a relationship between them impossible. Amidst summer outings, Kevin and Phoebe must decide if taking a chance on love is worth the risk. Candlelight Sweethearts by Kelly Irvin Esther Marie Shrock loves her job at Valley Grocery Store where she’s worked for four years. Despite a stutter that has plagued her since childhood, she thrives filling orders from a steady stream of customers. Still, at 25, she and her family wonder if romance is in her future. Jasper Cotter isn’t good with people, but he’s found himself obligated to take over day-to-day operations of the family owned grocery store—a store he doesn’t have the first clue how to run. Thrown together, Esther Marie and Jasper don’t exactly see eye to eye. One night, the store loses power, and the candles aren’t the only things shooting off sparks. Esther Marie and Jasper are suddenly forced to discover common ground when it matters most, and they might be surprised with love along the way. Reeling in Love by Kathleen Fuller Nina Stoll and Ira Yoder are just friends. Just friends and fishing buddies. Every Saturday afternoon, they have a picnic at their favorite fishing hole and see who can out fish the other. Until Nina starts to wonder if there’s more. Her plans to share her feelings go awry, and circumstances seem destined to keep Nina and Ira apart. With both Nina and Ira confused and hurting, it’s going to take courage, some help from the community matchmakers, and a little bit of divine intervention for Nina and Ira to realize they’re each other's perfect catch. Picnics and Prospects by Vannetta Chapman Faith Troyer is claustrophobic, and David Lapp builds tiny houses. They went on a date years ago with disastrous results. Now that they’re in their late twenties, their families and friends are beginning to wonder if either will ever find that special someone. When a picnic outing is diverted by the discovery of a package of letters dating back to the 1970s, they take it upon themselves to find answers to a mystery that causes them to rethink their past and consider their future.
Making Classic Wreaths Ed Smith 2004 These wonderful wreaths go far beyond Christmas decorations. Crafted from pinecones, seashells, autumn leaves, berries, pumpkins, and even styrofoam, they add a beautiful touch to any room all year long. They’re easy to make, too, especially with instructions that carefully outline the basic supplies and show how to make an attractive bow, wire items to the wreath, work with dried materials, enhance pre-made wreaths, and much more. Fashion a lovely seasonal wreath from spring pussy willows and forsythia. Just for fun, use recycled toys on a wreath or “wreath around the clock.” Wish someone a happy birthday with a wreath adorned with party horns, sweets and bright ribbon. One “seedy” wreath is for the birds. They’re all creative, unique, and fun to make.
Home Made Lovely Shannon Acheson 2020-09-08 Everyone wants a home that is beautiful and clutter free. But most of us are unsure how to get there without breaking the bank. Popular interior designer Shannon Acheson takes the guesswork out of creating a lovely home. Home Made Lovely is a mind-set: decorating should be about those who live there, rather than making your home into a magazine-worthy spread. Shannon walks you through how to · decorate in a way that suits your family's real life · declutter in seven simple steps · perform a house blessing to dedicate your home to God · be thankful for your current home and what you already have · brush up on hospitality with more than 20 actionable ideas that will make anyone feel welcome and loved in your home In Home Made Lovely, Shannon meets you right where you are on your home-decorating journey, helping you share the peace of Christ with family members and guests.
Hello Fall To Do Planner Nimble Muse Journals 2019-09-24 HELLO FALL! Get ready for the sweater weather with this beautiful autumn wreath journal! This notebook is perfect for all your fall planning from September until November and the beginning of the Christmas season! Use it to write out the detailed plans for your Halloween and Thanksgiving holiday celebrations. Each page has a place for the date and a box beside each blank line to check when a task is completed. This is a simple, yet effective, planner to help you schedule your day, set and meet your goals for the future. Features and Uses of this Journal Notebook 6"x9"- Fits easily in a backpacks, tote bags, and handbags 120 checklist pages- 90 GSM white high quality paper Premium Designed Matte cover - absorbs scratches and scuffs Use to make christmas plans, parties, menu planning, shopping lists, guests lists, christmas lists, and much more! Companion journals - dot grid and blank lined - available to make a beautiful gift set Buy this beautiful autumn journal today for yourself and a friend, or two, as you get ready for the Fall season! For companion and other journals we offer, click or tap on the Author name under the title!
Pond Ghost Alene Adele Roy 2016-03-02 In recognition of excellence in literature this novel was awarded FIRST PLACE for Young Adult Fiction in The 2013 Royal Dragonfly Book Awards, plus Hollywood, London, and Paris Book Awards. POND GHOST takes place at the same setting and within the same family decades after Alene’s historical novel, SANCTUARY Pond ghosts are discovered at the Hathaway ancestral home. A mysterious and beautiful gold and silver medallion is found, and devoted friendships develop in Magnolia Gardens and at Dragonfly Pond Place when eight students meet after school at Rachael’s Sanctuary. She, fiancé Eddie, and their students face challenges when unexpected emergencies arise. The Ice House is broken into, food for the Halloween Harvest Hosting is missing, and Rachael’s engagement ring is lost. Notes from an unknown sender, plus, the other ghost, also plague this circle of friends, along with rumors of some unwanted guests soon approaching. Together, Rachael, Eddie, and The Grand Group make decisions and discoveries which will change their future and their lives and those within the community, in a season of surprises and memories to treasure.
The Artful Parent Jean Van't Hul 2019-06-11 Bring out your child’s creativity and imagination with more than 60 artful activities in this completely revised and updated edition Art making is a wonderful way for young children to tap into their imagination, deepen their creativity, and explore new materials, all while strengthening their fine motor skills and developing self-confidence. The Artful Parent has all the tools and information you need to encourage creative activities for ages one to eight. From setting up a studio space in your home to finding the best art materials for children, this book gives you all the information you need to get started. You’ll learn how to: * Pick the best materials for your child’s age and learn to make your very own * Prepare art activities to ease children through transitions, engage the most energetic of kids, entertain small groups, and more * Encourage artful living through everyday activities * Foster a love of creativity in your family
Autumn Journal Love to Write 2019-07-23 As the evenings get longer, enjoy refecting on your day in this beautiful autumn wreath with cute fox design notebook. Enjoy the calming effect that writing can give. Use it to write in, doodle in, draw in, make lists or as a scheduler/planner. The fall season is a sleepy whimsical time of the year that lasts for such a short time, so take pleasure in it's changing beauty and dot down all the lovely things you see and think of during this amazing time of year. It will make a great gift for friends, family, co-workers, sister, mother, Grannie, aunt or yourself. Use it as a Diary to record the dreams you have during this lovely time of year. 6 x 9 inches, great size to fit in your handbag 120 pages white paper Matte finish Great present for Thanksgiving, Christmas, Hanukkah, birthdays and any special occasion Make great stocking stuffers Use as a gratitude Journal College and back to school supplies
The Embroidered Garden Kazuko Aoki 2015-09-01 Whimsical, beautiful embroidery motifs created by an avid gardener—stitch roses, bees, or whole garden scenes. Kazuko Aoki has a unique talent for translating the beauty of the garden with needle and thread. By offering forty motifs, Aoki invites us to explore her gardens through embroidery. The forty motifs explore the roses and wildflowers that appear season to season, as well as the bees and butterflies that enjoy their nectar. The designs here are exquisite, detailed, and artfullly rendered. Beyond the motifs themselves, Aoki also presents projects that feature the embroidery: brooches, notebook covers, pin cushions, and pouches. For those new to embroidery, detailed how-to illustrations are included.
Quick & Easy Autumn Recipes Gooseberry Patch 2011-05-03 Everyone wants to celebrate the Autumn season but who wants to spend all those blue-sky days cooped up in the kitchen? Quick & Easy Autumn is another great book in the best-selling Gooseberry Patch series and it’s filled with simple recipes and ideas to inspire on each page...it’s just the thing for the time-crunched families of today.
The Hearth Witch's Year Anna Franklin 2021-01-08 Filled with spells, recipes, and crafts, this book helps you discover the magical rhythms of the natural world. Join Anna Franklin, bestselling author of The Hearth Witch's Compendium, as she shares time-honored recipes and step-by-step instructions for bringing enchantment and joy into your life. You will discover dozens of incantations and spells to help you celebrate the cycles of the seasons, honor the gods and spirits, and release negative energy and anxiety. The world is filled with magic, if we can just slow down and learn how to channel it. The Hearth Witch's Year provides hands-on tips for sabbats, solstices, saints' days, and more than 100 other auspicious dates so you can connect with the earth's natural energies and manifest your deepest desires.
Maria Rodale's Organic Gardening Secrets: Fall Maria Rodale 2012-09-21 Maria Rodale shares her top organic gardening secrets season-by-season in a guide that offers straight-forward, easy-to-follow gardening basics so that youcan enjoy a beautiful, bountiful, organic garden all year long! Fall explains learn how to extend your growing season into winter; pick out bulbs, trees, and shrubs; add color to your garden, and preserve your garden's bounty for winter. Maria also shares her very own recipes for a Thanksgiving feast.
Hello Fall To Do Planner Nimble Muse Journals 2019-09-24 HELLO FALL! Get ready for the sweater weather with this beautiful autumn wreath journal! This notebook is perfect for all your fall planning from September until November and the beginning of the Christmas season! Use it to write out the detailed plans for your Halloween and Thanksgiving holiday celebrations. Each page has a place for the date and a box beside each blank line to check when a task is completed. This is a simple, yet effective, planner to help you schedule your day, set and meet your goals for the future. Features and Uses of this Journal Notebook 6"x9"- Fits easily in a backpacks, tote bags, and handbags 120 checklist pages- 90 GSM white high quality paper Premium Designed Matte cover - absorbs scratches and scuffs Use to make christmas plans, parties, menu planning, shopping lists, guests lists, christmas lists, and much more! Companion journals - dot grid and blank lined - available to make a beautiful gift set Buy this beautiful autumn journal today for yourself and a friend, or two, as you get ready for the Fall season! For companion and other journals we offer, click or tap on the Author name under the title!
100 Ideas for Early Years Practitioners: Forest School Tracey Maciver 2018-01-11 Forest School sessions have risen in popularity in recent years, with many nurseries and pre-schools offering them as part of their regular programme of activities. This new title in the best-selling 100 ideas series is filled with easy-to-implement ideas for introducing Forest School activities and concepts into each day, without putting pressure on the practitioners' time or the setting's budget. 100 Ideas for Early Years Practitioners: Forest School promotes the use of natural resources and the environment, as well as encouraging and instigating child-led learning and play. It addresses health and safety in the outdoor classroom, discusses issues and myths surrounding Forest School, and explores how integrating it into early years settings and provision can enhance children's learning as well as developing a range of 'soft skills' such as self-confidence, working with others, sharing, problem solving, empathy and respect for self, others and their environment.
The Storytime Handbook Nina Schatzkamer Miller 2014-01-23 Fresh, fun ideas for children’s storytime fill this book. The author, a long-time storytime facilitator, has put together 52 weekly themes plus additional plans for holidays, all with detailed instructions for talking about the theme and choosing the books, crafts, songs, poems, games and snacks. Each storytime idea is illustrated with photographs of a suggested craft and snack for easy reference. Libraries, bookstores, preschools and parents alike can use this book to offer themed storytimes that include discussion, literature, art, music, movement and food. Options are provided for each storytime, so the ideas can be used year after year.
Maple Leaf Harvest Catherine Anderson 2021-08-24 Love and new beginnings blossom in Mystic Creek, Oregon, from the New York Times bestselling author of Huckleberry Lake. Lane Driscoll has been having nightmares where she’s chased by a strange man. When she has a threatening run-in with someone who looks just like the man from her dreams, she decides to leave her hometown until she figures out what’s going on. Lane seeks refuge in beautiful Mystic Creek, where she gets a job working at the local perfume shop. Soon after she arrives, a handsome customer seems to think he recognizes Lane, but calls her by the wrong name. When Jonas Sterling, a local psychologist, encounters his ex-girlfriend, Veneta, in town, he can't believe his eyes. He hasn't seen her for years. Jonas is even more baffled when it turns out the woman is a total stranger to him. There's no way two people could look so similar without being related. Jonas discovers Lane was adopted at the age of three and is now twenty-six years old—the same as the woman he dated. After initial shock at the idea she could have a twin, something clicks inside Lane—and now she needs to locate her missing sister. A romance blossoms as Jonas agrees to help her. But when the man from Lane's nightmares shows up in her dreams again, Jonas and Lane realize Veneta may be in grave danger, and their search for Lane's sister turns into a heart-pounding race.
Music Play Gayle Giese 1997 Sing, play games, clap, and march! 25 entertaining lessons and 38 CD tracks with instrumental accompaniments and vocals reinforce children's knowledge of weekly themes and holidays. Enjoy creative dramatics and movement in most lessons as well as cross-curricular activities. Folk songs and delightful originals will put smiles on children's faces. Designed for classroom or music teachers, Music Play activities may be used for teaching or performance.
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Beautiful Wreaths Melissa Skidmore 2019-08-06 Create your own spring, summer, fall, or winter wreaths to welcome guests all year round. Why wait for Christmas to purchase and hang a wreath on your front door? Beckon family and friends into your home with your very own handmade, statement-making wreath centerpiece—all year round! In Melissa Skidmore’s childhood home, her front door was never without a gorgeous wreath to welcome a guest. Now, she hopes to bring the same creativity, warmth, and comfort into every family home. In the style of a rustic, modern farmhouse, Beautiful Wreaths provides forty wreath tutorials for every season. Choose from spring flowers, summer greenery, fall branches, and winter evergreens to craft your own stunning art piece: Fresh Succulent, Magnolia Garland, and Grapevine Bunny Wreaths for Spring Fern and Moss, Artificial Floral, and Fourth of July Wreaths for Summer Cornucopia, Corn Husk, and Pumpkin Wreaths for Fall Greenery and Cinnamon Stick, Grapevine Snowman, and Toy Wreaths for Winter And more! Including non-traditional wreaths that use old rakes, vintage picture frames, chalkboard, and burlap bags, Beautiful Wreaths also features basic supplies and tips for wreath making, wreath form basics, and bow-tying tutorials. Full of beautiful photographs and whimsical illustrations, this is the perfect guide that belongs to any crafter’s and home decorator’s shelf.
Queerly Beloved Susie Dumond 2022-05-03 A people-pleasing bridesmaid-for-hire falls for the crushable new lesbian in town. Will she finally find her happily ever after—and her own voice? ONE OF BUZZFEED’S MOST ANTICIPATED BOOKS OF 2022 • “A delightful debut, perfect for any person who’s ever created their own place to belong.”—Casey McQuiston, bestselling author of Red, White & Royal Blue and One Last Stop Amy, a semicloseted queer baker and bartender in mid-2010s Oklahoma, has spent a lifetime putting other people’s needs before her own. Until, that is, she hits it off with Charley, a brilliant, attractive engineer who’s just moved to Tulsa. Suddenly, Amy’s found something—someone—she actually wants. Her tight-knit group of chosen family is thrilled she’s finally moving on from her ex. Mostly, though, they want Amy to find a way to show up for love—and life—as her authentic self. But when a one-off gig subbing in for a bridesmaid turns into a full-time business—thanks to Amy’s baking talents, crafting skills, and years watching rom-coms and Say Yes to the Dress—her deep desire to please kicks into overdrive, at her own expense. It’s not until Amy’s precarious balancing act strains her relationships to the breaking point that she must decide what it looks like to be true to herself—and if she has the courage to try.
Making Grapevine Wreaths Gayle O'Donnell 1996-01-01 Grapes are among the most desirable and best-known fruits, prized for their beauty, their succulence and varied flavors, their noble metamorphosis into wine, and their more utilitarian roles as sources of fresh juice and tasty jellies. For most growers, the triumph of harvesting fragrant clusters of dusky-bloomed grapes in rose, blue-black, amber, purple, or light red bunches is its own reward--a test of gardening skill. In Great Grapes, you'll learn all you need to know to grow superb grapes, including how to: -Choose the most suitable cultivars for your area -Choose the right site -Prepare the soil -Build trellises -Plant and train the vines -Prune for maximum yield -Propagate new vines -Control pests -Harvest the grapes at the peak of ripeness
Maria Rodale's Organic Gardening Secrets Maria Rodale 2013-03-22 Maria Rodale shares her organic gardening secrets in a season-by-season guide that offers straight-forward, easy-to-follow gardening basics so that anyone can enjoy a beautiful, productive, organic garden all year long. In the spring, learn how to prepare for and plan your garden in order to ensure a bountiful 4-season garden, as well as how to improve your soil health, create the best compost, and harvest early crops. In the summer, find the best chemical-free bug solutions, easy organic weeding strategies, sustainable watering techniques, and simple effective ways to boost your yield organically. In the fall, learn how to extend your growing season into winter; pick out bulbs, trees, and shrubs; add color to your garden, and preserve your garden's bounty for winter. Maria also shares her very own recipes for a Thanksgiving feast. And in winter, learn how to plan for next year's garden, order the best seeds for your needs, and start seedlings indoors. Plus, Maria shares her favorite winter comfort food recipes.
Projects with Weather and Seasons Jillian Powell 2014-07-15 In this title, readers will explore the causes and effects of weather while making fun and accessible crafts. An autumn leaf wreath accompanies a section on seasons, while a snow globe, weather vane, and rain stick complement the chapters on snow, wind, and rain. The crafts will pull readers in, while the images, captions, and quick fact boxes complement the text. Readers will apply their knowledge with short quizzes and inject art into science with fun crafts.
FUN FOR FALL Judy Farrell 2015-01-01 A fun unit for beginning readers that combines colour words and an autumn vocabulary. Take a walk around your schoolyard, neighbourhood, or a nearby park. Watch for birds, squirrels, butterflies and insects. Observe weeds, wildflowers and trees. Focus on the changes that are occurring – cooler weather, changing colours, caterpillars turning into butterflies, etc. If possible, collect leaves, seeds, insects, etc., for further examination in the classroom. You can than have the students use the information they collected throughout this unit either during the poetry or brainstorming section, etc. Activities that are included in this resource are: brainstorming, creative language, reading, phonics, art, sequencing, visual discrimination, mathematics, and printing.
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Hello Fall Journal Nimble Muse Journals 2019-09-24 HELLO FALL! Get ready for the sweater weather with this beautiful autumn wreath journal! This notebook is perfect for all your fall planning from September until November and the beginning of the Christmas season! Use it to write out the detailed plans for your Halloween and Thanksgiving holiday celebrations. FEATURES AND USES OF THIS JOURNAL 6"x9"- Fits easily in a backpacks, tote bags, and handbags 120 blank lined pages - 90 GSM white high quality paper Premium Designed Matte cover - absorbs scratches and scuffs Use to keep track of holiday plans, parties, events, gifts, baking, menu planning, shopping lists, guests lists, and much more! Companion journals - dot grid and to do planner - available to make a beautiful gift set Buy this beautiful autumn journal today for yourself and a friend, or two, as you enjoy the Fall Season! For companion and other journals we offer, click or tap on the Author name under the title!
Crocheted Wreaths for the Home Anna Nikipirowicz 2020-03-01 Create stunning, seasonal wreaths for every month of the year, plus matching mini projects. Wreaths are not just for Christmas—they can be used to decorate your home all year round! Anna Nikipirowicz shows you how to create sumptuous, crocheted wreaths and other decorations that will grace your home and look beautiful, whatever the season. There is a wide variety to choose from, including spring, summer, autumn, and winter wreaths plus a gorgeous succulents wreath and Easter, Halloween, and Christmas wreaths. These lovely yarny creations are festooned with flowers, leaves, and other decorations such as birds, owls, pumpkins, stars, bunnies, and foxes. If you love the look but don’t want to make an entire wreath, Anna also includes other smaller decorations such as garlands and terrariums. There are also three delightful tiny wreaths to make, featuring a hedgehog, a mouse and a robin. Each main project has a smaller accompanying project to make, and if you love crochet, you’ll love Anna’s imaginative designs. Praise for Crocheted Wreaths for the Home “12 beautiful wreaths to adorn your home are designed to give visual pleasure and a talking point feature to any room.... I loved the Summer wreath, you can make your own color choices to give each design a personal or original look. Perfect for every crochet lover, but you will need an understanding of the craft.”—Postcard Reviews “The Succulents Wreath...includes directions for a charming terrarium of crocheted succulents, while other wreaths are accompanied by necklaces, brooches, and pincushions. Every project is beautifully photographed, making the book a stunning as well as useful manual for any crocheter looking to up their decor game.”—Interweave Crochet
The Budding Artist Laura Laxton 2012 Curious kids will delight in the wonder of the creative process with the fifty art-inspiring activities in The Budding Artist! With great ways for you and your budding artist to create beautiful memories together, this book shows parents and kids how to paint with bubbles, create glue webs, make a blooming tablecloth, and construct homemade paper valentines. Perfect for kids ages three to six, this fun-filled introduction to arts and crafts features easy-to-follow instructions and easy-to-find materials that will help you and your child have as much fun creating art as viewing the finished product.
The Giant Encyclopedia of Circle Time and Group Activities for Children 3 to 6 Kathy Charner 1996 We invited teachers from all over the country to share their experience and knowledge for the creation of this giant resource. Open to any page in this book and you will find an activity for circle or group time written by an experienced teacher—over 600 activities covering 48 themes. This book is jam-packed with ideas that were tested by teachers in the classroom. These are ideas that work, and there are enough to keep children learning and happy for days, weeks and months. Many activities include suggestions for extending the circle time or group activity into other areas of the curriculum such as math, science, snack, language, or field trips. Books and songs related to the activity as well as original songs and poems are included. "Consider this resource as a gift for a new teacher or for someone always looking for new proven ideas."—Reviews from Parent Council "Teachers will find this an important reference as it charts practical circle time activities which have been tried and tested in the classroom: from dinosaur bone hunt to holiday celebrations, this is an excellent collection."—Children's Bookwatch ". . . open this book anywhere and find something fun to do. . . . Even teachers with years of experience should find great new suggestions here, while beginners will find it invaluable."—Notes from the Window Sill
Home Hints and Timeless Tips Readers Digest Association 2016-01-05 "First published in 2012 as Home Hints and Tips Tested Through the Years by Reader's Digest (Australia)"--Title page verso.
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The Flower Hunter Lucy Hunter 2021-10-12 In The Flower Hunter, Lucy Hunter takes us on an inspirational journey through a year in her garden and artist’s studio set among the mountains of North Wales. Lucy's evocative, gently humorous words accompany her glorious photographs and exquisite floral arrangements, as she encourages the reader to marvel at the intricate cycles of the natural world, develop their own innate creativity, and to look for beauty in the everyday. Her garden provides the raw materials and inspires Lucy's floral artistry—breathtaking naturalistic arrangements with all the painterly beauty and flourish of a Dutch still life. Simple projects accompany Lucy’s text, from drying garden flowers for an autumnal wreath to making your own journals and natural dyes to assembling lavish arrangements that showcase the voluptuous beauty of garden roses. Lucy believes that we all have a creative voice buried deep within. The Flower Hunter will encourage you to find your own creativity and help it to blossom.
Branches & Blooms Alethea Harampolis 2017-02-21 (Originally published in hardcover as The Wreath Recipe Book) Alethea Harampolis and Jill Rizzo, authors of The Flower Recipe Book and founders of Studio Choo, provide more than 100 step-by-step projects to make with flowering and leafy branches. In the spring, readers can create a cherry blossom bough or a centerpiece of lilacs and olive branches. In the summer, a garland features sage with pomegranates and citrus-colored strawflowers. In autumn, wreaths are made out of magnolias and rosemary. Winter highlights cedar, pine, and juniper, yielding unexpected table settings and new wreath shapes. Also included are hundreds of step-by-step photos, as well as tutorials covering basic techniques, sourcing, and care information.
Herbal Blessings Carolee Snyder 2014-03-12 Follow the continuing story of the people of Heartland, the “Little Town That’s All Heart!” It’s the fourth season at Joyful Heart, Callie Gardener Franklin’s herb farm located in central Indiana, and she’s discovering that being married to a high-profile husband means lots of changes for both her and the farm she loves. As she struggles to keep her business afloat in a challenging economy, dangerous threats surface that impact every facet of her world. At the same time, her friends face their own problems and opportunities. In times like these, Callie finds it takes real effort to remember to count her blessings... Meanwhile, Morgan Wright campaigns for political office and artist LouAnn Crow confronts difficult times. Romance blooms for some and disappointment awaits others. There are fresh additions to Joyful Heart’s staff, new adventures for trucker Suz Stone, Mike Shipley (the sweetest UPS driver in the Midwest) and the rest of the Heartland community. Celebrate as the population booms, good triumphs over evil, the gardens flourish, and the blessings of herbs enhance everyone’s lives. Herbal Blessings chronicles not only Callie’s life and another season of growing, harvesting, and using herbs, but also the joys of country life and nature. It is filled with fascinating herbal lore and helpful gardening information. As in the three previous books in the series, it features cultural information on twelve important herbs. And, completing the menu, it includes over seventy tempting original recipes for desserts and other herbal treats!
Entertaining Made Easy Emily Rose Burt 2019-12-09 "Entertaining Made Easy" by Emily Rose Burt. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.
The Book of Paper Quilling Malinda Johnston 1995 “Roll, scroll, flute and fringe your way to an exquisite design. Quill enchanting miniature plants and flowers, dangling earrings. Paper filigree makes excellent decorations for gift bags and cards. Simply overflowing with ideas!”—Crafts. “The craft of paper quilling...is recaptured in a series of more than 70 projects.”—Booklist. “Ornaments, accessories, and pictures are exquisitely delicate.”—Library Journal.
Hello Fall Journal Nimble Muse Journals 2019-09-24 HELLO FALL! Get ready for the sweater weather with this beautiful autumn wreath journal! This notebook is perfect for all your fall planning from September until November and the beginning of the Christmas season! Use it to write out the detailed plans for your Halloween and Thanksgiving holiday celebrations. FEATURES AND USES OF THIS JOURNAL 6"x9"- Fits easily in a backpacks, tote bags, and handbags 120 blank lined pages - 90 GSM white high quality paper Premium Designed Matte cover - absorbs scratches and scuffs Use to keep track of holiday plans, parties, events, gifts, baking, menu planning, shopping lists, guests lists, and much more! Companion journals - dot grid and to do planner - available to make a beautiful gift set Buy this beautiful autumn journal today for yourself and a friend, or two, as you enjoy the Fall Season! For companion and other journals we offer, click or tap on the Author name under the title!
My Soulful Home Kelly Wilkniss 2017-07-05 My Soulful Home, A Year in Flowers offers detailed instruction for those new to floral arrangements and fresh inspiration to the experienced. Join award winning blogger Kelly Wilkniss as she seeks to elevate the every day with fresh cut beauty, illustrated with 105 gorgeous pictures.
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Handmade Thanksgiving Crafts Ruth Owen 2016-12-15 If readers aren’t interested in getting creative in the kitchen, they might enjoy making decorations for the Thanksgiving meal! Needing just a few basic craft supplies and some recycled materials from around the house, the crafts in this book use step-by-step instructions to guide readers through making cute turkey table centerpieces, candle holders made from recycled jars and fall leaves, cool napkin holders in fall colors, and more. Each project gives readers a chance to use their creativity and make their craft special with different designs and colors.

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