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Category Archives: green
My cactus actually got a flower in my garden window in the winter. I’m in shock! Especially since I’ve never managed to have a cactus flower anytime of year. BTW I have been really challenging myself to use the manual … Continue reading
Here is another crafty wedding project from my brother’s wedding. Made these as favors for the rehearsal dinner and at my brother’s wedding. I’m a big fan of this project because it reuses one of my favorite things, wine corks! … Continue reading
We had a fantastic green bean crop this year. Planted both yellow and green.
I helped sew this giant ear of corn for LexFarm to use during the Lexington Patriot’s Day Parade. The Emerson Umbrella had a session to guide folks with making large items out of kite materials back in March. I must … Continue reading
Here is the view of the Boston skyline during earth hour from Robbins Park in Arlington, MA. The skyline seemed a bit dimmer after 8:30 pm, but it was hard to really tell from far away. We did our part … Continue reading
We wanted to get some recently married friends a menu board of some kind for a wedding present. They like to laugh at @lbjay‘s menu (see above) so we thought it would be funny. I found blackboard decals and decided … Continue reading
We took the pledge to buy handmade this holiday season. We were able to do most of our shopping at Bizarre Bazaar Boston today. It was a pleasure to avoid the parking lots and long lines in favor of something … Continue reading
in Winchester Center. I have no idea what kind of bird this is, but I liked how the water looked swirling around it.
This year we are having better luck with our cucumbers. We made 4 mounds and planted the seedlings on the top of each mound, hoping the mound will retain more moisture. Since there was a clear space between the mounds … Continue reading