Amy’s Notebook 03.16.11

My kids would adore these rainbow waffles (@ Random Thoughts of a Supermom)

I love these five ideas for organizing your pantry (@ Infarrantly Creative)

I need someone to sew me one of these knitting needle cases (@ design sponge)

My son would flip for these Lego man cookies (@ The Sweet Adventures of Sugar Belle)

These fully loaded granola bars look like a healthy snack (@ shutterbean)

This weeknight bolognese sounds like a fun way to switch up spaghetti night (@ Annie’s Eats)

These St. Patty’s smoothies would be a great way to get in those fruits & veggies (@ One Charming Party)

Nutella meringues? Be still my beating heart. (@ Cream Puffs in Venice)

These homemade whole wheat goldfish crackers look so yummy! (@ smitten kitchen)

These toy spice jars would be a cute addition to your child’s kitchen accessories (@ ohdeedoh)

This fruity pulled chicken looks like a fun weeknight meal (@ Coconut & Lime)

These little squirrel mailing labels would a fun way to dress up a package (@ How About Orange?)

This Greek-style chickpea salad would make a delicious & satisfying lunch (@ Remodeling This Life)

I am going to make one of these moss letters for my front door for Spring (@ Be Sweet)

These Easter egg hunt bags are just precious (@ the purl bee)

This chicken wire wall adds so much pizazz to the wall for just a little money (@ Under the Sycamore)

The kids and I are going to have to make some plastic egg garland for the house (@ Family Chic)

I am dying to make this cute ruffled rosette belt (@ Happy Together)

This rainbow pudding would be a cute St. Patrick’s Day treat (@ Craft)

This low-fat carrot cake would be a sweet Spring treat (@ The Farm Chicks)

Who knew you could dye feathers for your art projects (@ Maryjanes & Galoshes)

This week we sampled these Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Sea Salt Cookies from Weelicious that were in our notebook (circa 02.16.11 entry).  I used kosher salt to top my cookies and mini chocolate chips instead of the bigger chips since we are a family that loves a hint of chocolate rather than big bite of it.  I don’t think I will make another kind of oatmeal cookie again. They are so good and have been devoured in record time.  You must try them!

Have you tried anything from our featured notebook entries? We would love to hear what projects you tried and how they worked out for your family!

Published March 16, 2011 by:

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