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Monday, July 19, 2010
Carnival ~ "Gone Camping"
Let's put on the hiking boots and head to the Kitchen where Sarah Mae has posted Easy (that's what I like) Homemade Freezer Jam for you and your little homemaker to enjoy. You'll find this recipe and more posted at Raising Homemakers.
Maybe you're finding yourself swamped in cucumbers right now. Stephanie has shared a recipe for Freezer Cucumbers at Make if from Scratch.
Need a cool refreshing break? why not try this Yummy Tutti-Fruitti Smoothie posted by Erica at 5 minutes for Mom.
Make your own Peach Sorbet with Christen's recipe at Simple Kids. or maybe you'd prefer Gidget's recipe for Blueberry Honey Ice Cream posted at Gidget Goes Home. Ok, ok maybe your conscience won't be pricked if you try this Low Fat Recipe for homemade Ice Cream Sandwiches that is posted at Taking Time for Mommy. Have kids with lots of energy?? Well here's the ice cream recipe for you. Try making your own personal ice cream in-a-baggie posted at family fun or for the real athlete how about kick-the-can ice cream posted at kaboose. Ok since it is summer one more ice cream recipe for the to be tried pile. Gidget has shared in her post at Gidget Goes Home a recipe for homemade Chocolate Ice Cream with real California Milk. Sounds yummy to me on a hot summer day.
Top off a summer meal with this recipe for Frosty Fruit Salad that Lisa has posted at Gooseberry Patch.
Some delicious grill fun can be had with Mr. Food's S'Mores on the Grill recipe at Mr.Foods.
Head over to Heart of the Matter where Julie has posted some ideas for Freebie Ideas for Summer Fun. Trish at Trish Berg Blog has posted some ideas for Free Summer activities too.
Have little artists in the family? I bet they'd love to help you make their own Sidewalk chalk that is posted at Real Moms...Real Views. Recycle old Crayons into new fun crayons with the help of Pamela's post at Blah, Blah, Blog.
Do you love summer bike rides? Take along this upcycled water bottle sling posted at Petite Purls.
Are you heading to the pool or beach? Here are some things to add to your to include:
Susan has posted a Beach Sarong and Matching Flip-flops just in time to make for the family vacation. Check out this craft at FaveCrafts, while your there check out Stefi Luca's adorable Sun Hat tutitoral made from Pillowcase everyone needs one for the beach. A Reversible beach blanket tutorial is posted for you at Fine Craft Guild. Two different beach bags to choose from. Beach towel bag posted at Kids Sewing Projects site and beach bag tote posted at kaboose.
Make the memories of the summer last. Check out this cool Recycled Scrapbook posted by Rae at Simple Kids.
Do you have some bird watchers in the family? Maybe you'd like to try making this Backyard Bird Feeder posted at the Family Fun site.
Have a little Princess that needs a fun Summer hairstyle? Check out Real Moms...Real Views.
Christy presents The Accidental Gardener saying, "It is once again garden season in Omaha. Learn about Square-Foot Gardening—the easiest way to garden in a city—and take 10 Lessons from a City Girl turned "Gardening Expert." posted at What's Fresh.
Elleen has put together a post about Stylish Rain barrels headover to Confessions of an Overworked Mom and check it out.
Linda@NHE says, "This article looks at how you can use essential oils in your laundry to do so much better than Downy!" presenting Using Essential Oils For Your Laundry posted at Natural Health Ezine.
Rachel says, "Herbalism is the traditional medicine of using plants and their extracts to treat and cure health problems. Thanks to the internet, you don’t have to turn to the yellow pages or some guy with a sign to learn more about it. Instead, you can have a look at the top 50 blogs for learning about herbalism. " presenting Top 50 Blogs For Learning About Herbalism posted at Radiology Degree.
That concludes this "Gone Camping" Edition.
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