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For a fun breakfast we will have to try making some flower pancakes (@ not martha)
I am inspired to throw a Wizard of Oz birthday party after seeing these ideas (@ kara’s party ideas)
This kid-friendly wheat bread recipe looks yummy (@ the idea room)
These flowers made from paper napkins are stunning (@ made)
This gluten-free vanilla cornbread looks heavenly (@ Gluten-Free Goddess)
This dining room reveal is so inspiring and beautiful (@ Pink and Polka Dot)
I want to make a zillion of these grosgrain ribbon belts (@ Ruffles and Stuff)
These snickerdoodle muffins would be a hit in our house (@ eat at home)
I like these mad scientist experiments to do with kids (@ One Charming Party)
I will have to try this pizza crust recipe (@ Dinner: A Love Story)
These sour cream banana chocolate chip muffins sound like a yummy way to start the day (@ The Ungourmet)
These mason jars with chalkboard paint labels are so Martha-y (@ Wisdom of the Moon)
I am going to have to dress my salad with this new salad dressing recipe (@ The Pioneer Woman)
I love this DIY tile artwork for a fun accent piece (@ A Soft Place to Land)
These chocolate cupcakes with cream cheese filling look sinfully delicious (@ Blue Cricket Design)
I am going to have to make some popcorn on the stove top (@ Making This Home)
good stuff like always. i’ve found a couple of things to try, namely snickerdoodle muffins and the salad dressing. the popcorn on the stove made me think of a story to share. our oldest was babysitting 4 kids all under the age of 9 at our house. they wanted popcorn to go with their movie. i always make it on the stove, no more fake ingredients from microwave popcorn. the little 5 year old girl said to me, “you do know you have to use the microwave.” they watched with great interest, the popcorn popping on the stove. in their eyes i think it was similar to a volcanic eruption you’d create in science class. priceless.
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Amy Reply:May 12th, 2010 at 7:37 am
You know, I still remember that making popcorn on the stove was mind-blowing to me and I saw it the first time on Food Network while watching an episode of Rachael Ray. For those of us that grew up on the microwave stuff, it was so crazy to me that you could do that
The Wizard of Oz party brings back great memories! I had one for my daughter’s 5th Birthday & it is still one of my favorite themes ever. If you do plan a party with this theme…the coolest decoration we had was black streamers taped to our ceiling fan. They hung to the floor & when the fan was on low it looked like a twister. I even hung cutouts of a house & witch to “fly” in it. FUN idea which I found somewhere on the internet;o). My little girl will be 13 this year and my oldest son is turning 10. The only one who wants a theme party is the 6 year old (7 in December). Plan & enjoy theme parties while you can! lol. Thanks again for another great round-up of links. I have to try the mad scientist cake. Looks like a great summer project with the kids.
Amy Reply:May 12th, 2010 at 5:25 pm
Oh, I love the twister idea for your party, Bren, that is BRILLIANT!!
Oh, those snickerdoodle muffins are going to be on my breakfast table this weekend – yum! Great list as always, Amy!
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Amy Reply:May 13th, 2010 at 12:26 pm
Mmmm…I can’t wait to make a batch myself, Amy!! Thanks so much for commenting- that made my day!
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As always, lots of fabulous stuff-but my favorite thing is that from the chalkboard painted mason jars link I found my way to the blogger’s homemade chalkboard paint recipe. . . which just seems too cool!
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Hi Amy.. I’ll give the pizza crust recipe a try.. You should remove all the junk comments above this one. They are really weird.
Amy Reply:June 29th, 2010 at 1:02 pm
Thank you for telling me that- yikes! They are all deleted!
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