Jan 24

Make Your Own Black Dye Or Vinegaroon For Leather

       If you work with leather and would like a super cheap way to dye it black check out this tutorial for making vinegaroon. All you need is some vinegar and some steel wool or you could use steel shavings or even some rusty nails. You will need leather that has been vegetable tanned because …

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Jan 24

Three Valentine’s Day Treats

Treat your friends, family and co-workers on Valentine’s day with these pretty treats. You can make a small amount or make lots and share. If you have kids in school and the school still allows you to send treats the pretzels would be great for kids. The pound cake would be nice for the family …

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Jan 24

7 Tips to Start Seeds in the Winter

These 7 Tips to start seeds in the winter indoors will give your garden seedlings a head start for spring. Are you an enthusiast motivated gardener who looks at your raised garden beds longingly ? Me too… ! By growing your own seeds indoors, you can control the quality of the seeds you plant.    Is …

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Jan 24

What Is In A Meal Ready To Eat MRE

Many people who are interested in emergency preparedness have asked what is in a meal ready to eat otherwise known as a MRE and what do they taste like. I have to say that the detailed review of the MRE’s is pretty accurate and documented through pictures. My husband and I have tried over 15 …

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Jan 24

Simple Seed Germination Test for Gardening

This amazingly simple seed germination test for gardening will help you quickly determine if a seed is still viable (alive). You may have a collections old seeds from past growing seasons that may or have not been stored properly. Taking the time to do a simple germination test is always time well spent. If you …

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Jan 23

Super Easy Salted Caramel For Frosting Or Filling Made In The Microwave

If you like salted caramel then you should check out this easy way to make it for use as a frosting or as a filling. You make it using the microwave, some caramels and some butter cream of your choice. No boiling on the stove. Little Delights Cakes shares how to make this the easy …

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