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Yarn Wrapped Fall Floral Wreath

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Yarn Wrapped Fall Floral Wreath

Yarn Wrapped Fall Floral Wreath

Make a Yarn Wrapped Fall Floral Wreath

Needed:

  • foam floral wreath – mine is 16″
  • yarn
  • spray adhesive
  • glue gun & glue sticks
  • scissors
  • wire cutters
  • Your choice of decorative items – I used a fall floral spray, berry stem, acorn picks and some wired ribbon

Directions:

1.  Spray a small area of spray adhesive onto the wreath.

2. Start wrapping yarn around the wreath base.  Not going to lie, this is going to take a while. I started like this, but could have spaced the wraps closer together. I went around the wreath about 3-4 times to fill in the wreath. This will vary depending on the type of yarn you use.

Yarn Wrapped Fall Floral Wreath

3. Continue to wrap. You may want to cut long lengths of yard off the ball of yarn to keep it from becoming tangled. If so, use a small amount of hot glue to secure the ends on the back of the wreath. Avoid using too much hot glue as it tends to look messy.

Yarn Wrapped Fall Floral Wreath

4. After the base is wrapped, you can start the fun part – embellishing! I really don’t have pictures for this part because once I get started, I have a hard time stopping, even for a picture!

Yarn Wrapped Fall Floral Wreath

Designing the wreath:

  1. First of all, honestly, there’s not much planning. Maybe this works out for me better at times than others! I start with the focal point or  placing the main pieces I want on the wreath. In this case it was the large flowers. I cut apart the flowers with the wire cutters. Hot glue them on as desired.
  2. Fill in around the large flowers with the berries or viney-type stems.
  3. Cover up undesirable areas with leaves. This is a very forgiving project!
  4. Add smaller florals.
  5. Place acorns or other small embellishments that add interest.
  6. Finish with a bow, or ribbon. This time I wanted the lace to show so I wrapped small lengths of ribbon on the wreath spaced evenly on the opposite side of the floral arrangement.

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To learn more about wreath design and making, or other fall crafts, check out Craftsy. Take a class or find inspiration. Also check out Craftsy’s Halloween Flash Sale if you’re looking for wreath making or other Halloween craft supplies.
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Pick ‘n Save Breast Cancer Awareness & Raspberry Delight Recipe #MyPicknSave #CollectiveBias

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Pick ‘n Save Breast Cancer Awareness & Raspberry Delight Recipe #MyPicknSave #CollectiveBias

Breast cancer affects most everyone. My family is no exception.  About 40 years, my Grandma S. was quite young, about my age, when she went through treatments for breast cancer.  She had a lumpectomy, which was a newer method then. Her doctor was hesitant to do it but did as she had few cells. They practically over-treated her but they did what they knew at the time. Back then, there was a lot to learn about treatment and treating the side effects.  After the treatment her results have always come back clean. Since breast cancer is in my family history, this was the first year my doctor recommended I have a mammogram. I’ve seen and heard of many who have gone through treatment and know it is not an easy thing. October is breast cancer awareness month so I shopped Pick ‘n Save, a Wisconsin Grocery, along with  #CollectiveBias, to create a breast cancer awareness inspired recipe.

Pick 'n Save Breast Cancer Awareness & Raspberry Delight Recipe #CollectiveBias

Pick 'n Save Breast Cancer Awareness & Raspberry Delight Recipe #CollectiveBias #shop

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Making Raspberry Delight:

Cool Whip, Raspberry Jell-O, Raspberry Yoplait yogurt, frozen raspberries

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It’s a simple recipe …just mix it together

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See the full recipe below:

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Pick ‘n Save  has beautiful roses that would be wonderful gesture for anyone you know currently going through treatments or is a survivor of breast cancer!

Raspberry Delight
Simple recipe with just 4 ingredients that you can prepare in just 5 minutes! This beautiful salad is a hit during the warm summer months, with children and adults alike, and perfect for holiday gatherings. Recipe used with permission from Christie Frederick.
Servings Prep Time
8 5
Cook Time
0
Servings Prep Time
8 5
Cook Time
0
Raspberry Delight
Simple recipe with just 4 ingredients that you can prepare in just 5 minutes! This beautiful salad is a hit during the warm summer months, with children and adults alike, and perfect for holiday gatherings. Recipe used with permission from Christie Frederick.
Servings Prep Time
8 5
Cook Time
0
Servings Prep Time
8 5
Cook Time
0
Ingredients
Servings:
Instructions
  1. Mix the Jello and yogurt together.
  2. Fold in the Cool Whip.
  3. Break apart the frozen raspberries if needed. Reserve some berries for top of the salad. Fold in berries.
  4. Refrigerate until served.
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Also, be sure to check out the PotatoPalooza planned by the Wisconsin Potato board! Pick ‘n Save’s dates & times:

  • 10/25 @ 10A – 2P 6891 Mt Pleasant South
  • 2820 S Green Bay Road, Mount Pleasant,WI.  53406

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Nature gives to every season…

Nature gives to every season...

It’s sad to see the flowers go but I love the colors of fall. There’s beauty in every season so I don’t want to complain.Nature gives to every season...

I made a bouquet of what’s left in of the cutting  flowers. There’s actually a lot of flowers still blooming out front, but they’re the kind of flowers that don’t do well when cut and brought in so we’ll enjoy them just a little longer where they are.

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Newspaper Ideas for Preschoolers

Just a simple painting activity using newspaper.

Newspaper Ideas for Preschoolers

Painting on Newspaper

My preschool paints nearly every day. We love to use our big easel. So we go through a lot of paper and I want to have a variety of materials and ideas set out so the preschoolers are interested.

Today I put newspaper on the easel. It’s a nice large piece of paper but what I first noticed is they painted specific areas. One painted the photos first.

I love that we can recycle the paper and make art at the same time.

Newspaper Ideas for Preschoolers

Also try:

  • stamping letters or numbers
  • adding colored masking tape
  • adding stickers
  • Collage items – shapes, tissue paper, craft foam
  • texture roller painting
  • markers
  • looking for letters

So many ideas!

For other Newspaper for Preschoolers around the web visit my Preschool – Newspaper Activities Pinterest Board:

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Coconut Clouds Cookies Recipe

In honor of National Coffee Day, I have the perfect cookie to go along with a cup! Coconut Clouds Cookies are a lightly coconut flavored cookie, that  tastes similar to a Persian doughnut. Mmm, perfect with coffee!

Coconut Cloud Cookies Recipe

Coconut Clouds Cookies Recipe

These are the perfect cookie to enjoy with a cup of coffee or a friend! Honestly, I’m not a huge fan of coconut but I am a big fan of these cookies! I would say they are lightly coconut flavored but the texture and combination with the frosting is so yummy.

If you have some that are not real big on coconut, leave some frosted/no toasted coconut on top.

I love how the icing firms up and doesn’t stick to the other cookies or wax paper when stored. I always think it’s worth the effort to make homemade frosting!

Coconut Clouds Cookies
Cake-like drop cookies with a rich homemade frosting.
Servings Prep Time
5Dozen 20minutes
Cook Time
8-10minutes
Servings Prep Time
5Dozen 20minutes
Cook Time
8-10minutes
Coconut Clouds Cookies
Cake-like drop cookies with a rich homemade frosting.
Servings Prep Time
5Dozen 20minutes
Cook Time
8-10minutes
Servings Prep Time
5Dozen 20minutes
Cook Time
8-10minutes
Ingredients
Servings: Dozen
Instructions
  1. In a small mixing bowl, cream butter, shortening and sugars until light and fluffy. Beat in eggs and extracts. Stir in sour cream. Combine the flour, salt and baking soda; gradually add to creamed mixture and mix well. Fold in TOASTED coconut.
  2. Drop by tablespoonfuls 2" apart onto lightly greased baking sheets. Bake at 375 for 8-10 minutes or until set. Remove to wire racks to cool.
  3. In a small heavy saucepan, cook butter over medium heat for 5-7 minutes or until golden brown. Pour into a small mixing bowl; beat in the confectioners' sugar, milk and extracts. Frost cookies; dip in coconut. Let stand until completely dry. Store in an airtight container, layered in wax paper.
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This recipe originally came from my mother who obtained it from Country Woman magazine, Dec-Jan 2008.

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