Sorry I am a little late tonight, we were traveling. I hope you had a wonderful Christmas. Just think in a few days it will be a new year. I am so glad that you are here sharing with us and I look forward to sharing lots of new projects in 2016.
I hope you have a very lovely Christmas. We appreciate all of you that have continued to share with us here at Turn It Up Tuesday. We are so delighted that you spend each week with us. We are looking forward to the new year and more exciting things to come.
New Years is only a few days away...can you believe it??!!
What do you plan to do with the remainder of the Holiday season? What are you planning to accomplish in 2016? What are your resolutions? Share all of your amazing posts with us!
And this is the time of the year to share your year-in-review posts...feel free to share them with us! We can't wait to check them out!
Welcome to the 119th week of Turn It Up Tuesday! Thank you for stopping by and linking up with us this week, and every week, as we have some fun linking up and getting to know each other! We had quite an amazing week last week, and it's because of all of you! We are so happy to have you all join us for another amazing week!
I want to wish all of you a Merry Christmas. I know that you are busy getting ready for Christmas but we hope that you take a moment to share a post with us. I am taking a break and will see you in the new year.
Here we are in Christmas week. I hope you enjoy your week and spending some down time. We are having lots of family visiting and enjoying time with them. Fortunately I have everything ready for the holidays, although there is still a lot of cooking going on here. I am going to post the party but then turn away from the computer until the new year. See you in 2016!
With Christmas only a few days away, we'd like to wish you all an amazingly happy holidays!
Hope you have a great time with loved ones!
Be sure to share your Holiday-themed posts with us! We can't wait to check them out!
Welcome to the 118th week of Turn It Up Tuesday! Thank you for stopping by and linking up with us this week, and every week, as we have some fun linking up and getting to know each other! We had quite an amazing week last week, and it's because of all of you! We are so happy to have you all join us for another amazing week!
Wow, Christmas is coming fast, only 11 more days. Are you ready? Last week you shared some great ideas and thoughts. We are looking forward to this week to see what you are sharing.
Welcome to the 117th week of Turn It Up Tuesday! Thank you for stopping by and linking up with us this week, and every week, as we have some fun linking up and getting to know each other! We had quite an amazing week last week, and it's because of all of you! We are so happy to have you all join us for another amazing week!
I love making and eating scones, although I try not to do it too often. I do have a lighter version of scones that you can find here. These are not the lighter version but are made with fresh cranberries and orange juice.
Christmas is coming and it's time to share all of your Christmas creations, recipes or any other creation you have been working on. Check below to see if you were featured or the Best of the Best from last week.
Welcome to the 116th week of Turn It Up Tuesday! Thank you for stopping by and linking up with us last week, and every week, as we have some fun linking up and getting to know each other! We had quite an amazing week last week, and it's because of all of you! We are so happy to have you all join us for another amazing week!
Do you have any old bottles that no matter how you clean them, they will not come clean? I have lots of those. I must admit, that I love them and use them the way they are, but if you would like to make them look better, then I have an idea for you.
When you are done, yours could like this these.
These bottles were easy to update using four materials, not counting the bottles.
Hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving. We are so thankful for each and everyone of you that stop by each week to party with us. I look forward to seeing this weeks creations.
Welcome to the 115th week of Turn It Up Tuesday! We thank you for joining us last week for our Thanksgiving edition, and every week, as we have some fun linking up and getting to know each other! We had quite an amazing week last week, and it's because of all of you! We are so happy to have you all join us for another amazing week!
I was making these Christmas Chocolate Chip cookies the other day and thinking about all the treats we use to make at Christmas when I was little. My mother liked to bake, I guess that is were I get it. Desserts consisted of cakes, pies, donuts, cookies and sometimes we even had eclairs.
We didn't have a lot of money to buy store bought goodies, but we always had some kind of dessert. That is probably why I still love desserts. Wish I didn't.
Here we are getting ready for Thanksgiving ..a special time to spend with family and friends. I hope if you are traveling this week that you have safe journeys and if you are spending Thanksgiving at home like I am, then enjoy your time. Hopefully you will have a little time to stop by and share with us at Turn It Up Tuesday.
Thanks for stopping by and joining us this week, as we celebrate Thanksgiving...a great time to spend with family and friends, and maybe even some new blogging friends here on Turn It Up Tuesday! We look forward to enjoying all of the amazing things that you share with us!
Calling all of my blogger friends for Wake Up Wednesday. Our party gets better every week and I know we will have wonderful posts to share this week again. Can't wait to see what you have been up to. Tweet #wakeupwednesdaylinkyparty
I have the greatest best friend in the whole world. You may think that you do, but ask yourself, "has my best friend made me a Doctor Who Christmas Tree?" I thought not. Every year, Lorene and I do the 12 days of Christmas for each other and each year it has become increasingly Doctor Who centered.
These cute little Apple and Cranberry Puffy Pancakes are the perfect breakfast on the go! Ready in under 30 minutes, you can fill them with whatever fruit you want to make an utterly delicious portable breakfast!
This pumpkin loaf wasn’t out of the oven for more than 15 minutes before I saw my 3 year old son picking big chunks out of the side and eating what he calls “pumpkin cake”. What happens when mom says “No pumpkin loaf before dinner”? You wait until she’s not looking and just grab chunks off the side of the loaf while it’s cooling. What a little stinker!
Earlier this summer a client asked me to keep my eyes open for a twin headboard to transform into a bench for her entry. It took a few months before finding the perfect headboard and footboard combination that would accommodate rails on the bottom for shoe storage.
In my quest to make more recycled crafts for the holidays, I was inspired by these on Pinterest when I put this tree together. It's made of recycled newspaper tubes woven into stars made in graduated sizes and glued together.
Are you already thinking about Christmas? I know it’s crazy! October is not even finished yet and we are already planning and creating Christmas decoration right?. Actually the only thing that stops me from start assembling my Christmas tree is our Halloween decoration LOL.
The delicious taste and smells of homemade apple cider! There is nothing quite like it for entertaining during the holidays, enjoying a mug on a chilly day, or sitting in front of the fire with family and friends. This simple to make Stovetop Spiced Apple Cider Recipe is aromatic and oh so tasty! Your whole family will enjoy it.
Want to get organized but don’t have a small fortune to spend on containers? You’re in luck! You have some free and fabulous organizers right in your kitchen: your cereal boxes! You’ll be amazed at what you can make with an ordinary cereal box. With a little tape, glue, paper and fabric, you can turn a free cardboard box into a beautiful organizer for your home. Here are some fun and functional ideas to get you started.
I love a good piece of apple pie, but sometimes I don’t want to mess with making a pie crust and such. I found this recipe that has a type of shortbread cookie crust, topped with perfectly spiced fresh apples, a bit of the crust on top and then a fabulous glaze on top. It turned out marvelous! Come on and give it a try.
I'm thankful for many things, but one of those is definitely pie, so I created a themed meal surrounding it! For dessert, a layered, creamy confection with a graham cracker crust, spread with a peanut butter and BUTTERFINGER® Bits-infused filling, then topped with whipped cream and more Bits.
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