Amy Clark

Amy’s Notebook 08.18.10

I am in love with this Alice in Wonderland party (@ Let’s Explore)

I am so inspired by this beautiful craft room makeover (@ Posie Gets Cozy)

I bet my children would love these banana bread milkshakes (@ Picky Palate)

I love this pillowcase sundress made for adults (@ Craftzine)

These frosted jumbo animal cookies look delicious and so fun (@ Bake at 350)

This no-bake grilled vegetable lasagna looks yummy and healthy (@ goodLife {eats})

This toddler ruffled dress upcycled is so cute (@ Blue Cricket Designs)

I am loving this tutorial for turning paperback books into custom hardback ones (@ ohdeedoh)

This Dr. Pepper barbecue sauce looks delicious (@ Simply Recipes)

I love these little birthday cupcake cake toppers (@ The Crafting Chicks)

I will have to put those cupcake toppers on top of these mocha cupcakes with espresso buttercream frosting (@ Brown-Eyed Baker)

This raspberry crisp would be delicious with some vanilla ice cream (@ Pioneer Woman)

This little button headband would be so cute for back-to-school (@ Little Miss Momma)

These homemade raspberry limeade slushies scream summer to me (@ Smitten Kitchen)

These cupcake liner trees are on my crafting to-do list (@ Domestic Fluff)

Who would have thought to recycle a cereal box into a marble run? Genius! (@ made by joel)

I want to dive into a plate of this grilled cheese brushetta (@ Fresh Family Cooking)

This recipe for whole wheat challah looks delicious (@ The Way the Cookie Crumbles)

These white fish tacos would make a fun weeknight meal (@ Annie’s Eats)

This scampi tilapia would be another fun way to prepare fish (@ $5 Dinners)

I love this idea of repurposing an old painting into a cute dining room chalkboard (@ Bless Our Nest)

I like this tutorial on making homemade pretzels (@ Joy the Baker)

This is a fantastic round-up of fun items to knit for babies (@ whip up)

These zucchini blueberry muffins would be a great way to use up the zucchini in your garden (@ Rookie Cookie)

Published August 18, 2010 by:

Amy Clark

Amy Allen Clark is the founder of MomAdvice.com. You can read all about her here.

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