Articles posted by "Aletha"

Make a Spooky Halloween Wreath for less than 7 Dollars

    Hello DIY friends! I know it’s *almost* Halloween, so I wanted to share this super easy quick and CHEAP craft you can do last minute to get your home into the “spirit.”  Truth be told, I made this a couple weeks ago but as life happens and I’m still figuring out this blog […]
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Free Pattern: Little Red Hood

It’s that time of year when temperatures vary wildly from day to day here in southeast Michigan. You don’t always need a sweater but sometimes a warm hat is in order on windy days!   This pattern was inspired by my daughter’s new red shoes and the coming cool fall weather. I thought it would […]
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Finished Object Friday! Crochet Baby Doll

Bea’s Crochet Baby Doll I still don’t have a crochet tutorial to share yet, so I thought I’d share what I have been working on instead! My daughter is 14 months old and has lots of stuffed animals, but not many stuffed dolls. So, while browsing Instagram (guilty pleasure) I was inspired to make her […]
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Roasted Eggplant, Arugula and Quinoa Salad

I’ve been working on my first freeform crochet tutorial, and it’s taking a bit longer than expected, but in the meantime, I thought I’d share a recent meal I came up with on the fly. I don’t always eat this healthy so I’m especially proud I was able to pull this one together last minute. […]
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How to Cook Tofu

HOW TO: Cook Tofu Three Ways Some of the most common refrains I hear from non-vegans and the veg-curious that keeps them from trying to be more plant-based, is that they don’t like tofu, or have never eaten it, or don’t know how to cook it. While it’s true that this food is somewhat mysterious […]
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How to make reusable produce bags from baby swaddle blankets

   Do you have old baby items lying around? If you have a baby or toddler, chances are YES, there are tons of usable items you’re either holding onto to re-gift to friends, for another child, or just because you haven’t gotten around to sorting through them yet. You may also have items that people insisted were […]
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