Nov 27

Totally Free And Natural Wart Treatment

If you need to get rid of a wart, even a plantar wart this article will help you treat it for free. With a totally natural remedy. Seems the son had plantar warts and Whole New Mom was researching ways to treat it and tried oregano oil which she says worked as long as she …

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Nov 27

Make Your Own Dried Cranberries

The beautiful red cranberry. They are on sale right now and should be till the end of the year so this is a good time to snag them at low prices and preserve them for later. You can make cranberry sauce and can it or just can the cranberries. They can also be frozen and …

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Nov 27

How to Seal Food In A Mylar Bag Within 5 Gallon Bucket

This step by step tutorial of How to Seal Food In A Mylar Bag Within 5 Gallon Bucket is great way to remove oxygen from bulk food storage staples for long term storage. A major part of an emergency preparedness plan is having at least three month’s of food for each member of your family …

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Nov 27

How To Make Kool Aid Squeezable Snow Paint

This easy method for How To Make Kool Aid Squeezable Snow Paint is a fun outdoor activity for children after a blanket of snow has fallen upon the earth. A plastic squeeze condiment bottle, kool aid packets and water is all that is needed to create this fun snow paint. Bundle up those precious children …

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Nov 27

Crocheted Zig Zag Edging For Pillowcases and Dish Cloths

This step by step tutorial of Crocheted Zig Zag Edging For Pillowcases and Dish Cloths is a great way to bring old fashioned heirloom charm into the linens on the homestead. Yes, you can even use this method to add vintage delightfulness to clothing. Washcloths Tablecloths Dish Cloths Skirts Shirts Pillowcases Bath Towels Socks Jeans …

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Nov 26

Help Your Honey Bound Hive Before They Swarm

Good info for beekeepers on how to watch for and remedy a honey bound hive to prevent your bees from swarming. This is a really interesting article and I learned a lot that I didn’t know, like the hives have cells filled with eggs, larva and emerging bees plus cells filled with honey,pollen,nectar and water. …

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Nov 26

Build Your Own Porch Swing

If you have always wanted a porch swing but don’t have one because you couldn’t bring your self to pay the money for one this is for you. A great diy project. Build your own porch swing and save. I love the way this looks and while I don’t have this type of porch I …

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