Babies' Rooms, by Judith Wilson, is such a fabulous book to flip through for ideas. The designs aren't overly fussy or precious, and they'll work well as a child gets older, too. These are interiors that are easy on a parent's eyes, not a screaming mimi fit of hot pink and Disney crap.
Now that Miss Onederful can wear pigtails, I've been going nuts making barrettes and bobby pins. I thought about doing a tutorial, but they're so easy that seemed a bit 'meh'. I make matching sets for us....baby clips for her, and bobby pins for me. Yes, I'm THAT MOTHER....the one who makes her child wear matching Mommy and Me outfits. I'm going to continue doing it until she can say, "No."
Adam carving very rare roast beast. And I tried a recipe for bread using the spent grains left over from home brewing beer. Tasty! I love simple quick memaw salad (doesn't every grandmother south of the Mason Dixon line throw this salad together in about a second?) and corn on the cob.
Works in progress. I'm making a new batch of cupcake toppers. These will have a forest theme. I'm liking them so much I'm going to make a few sets, all slightly different. These are the most life-like ones I've made in a while. When I go for walks in the woods, I come back with my pockets bursting with Stuff. I have way too many little jars filled with acorns, perfect twigs, stones with moss and whatnot, so I decided to start sculpting them, then throwing the real ones out.