Peace, it does not mean to be in a place where there is no noise, trouble, or hard work. It means to be in the midst of those things and still be calm in your heart.
Is Sunday again? Man this week flew by after having the holiday on Monday, but I still had plenty of time to find some great things on Pinterest. Here is this week’s edition of Sally’s Pins.
Apfel-Lollies: Instead of using whole apples for carmel/chocolate apples use slices. Brilliant!
Repurposed Shutter Wall Display: The shutters are perfect for pinning up keepsakes, and it adds a window-like dimension to the room.
Reeses Chocolate Peanut Butter Rice Krispie Treats: Um yeah….rice krispie treats are so tempting, but with Reese Chocolate Peanut Butter too, that’s insane.
Dip Dye Cupcake Liners: Taking a plain liner to something spectacular seems so easy with this method.
Stuffed Baguette: I love how the pieces look after being cut from the baguette. What a fun treat for a party!
Newspaper Used as Weed Blocker: Repurposing newspaper to stop weeds sounds great to met. I got to try this!
Cinnamon Churro Chex Mix: This mix would not last long in my house. The sweet cinnamon dusting on the cereal makes my mouth water.
Mint Green Watch: This gold and mint green watch from Anthropology is too cute. I just adore anything mint green.
Summer Pops: Pour champagne over popsicles and serve. This is perfect for a hot summer day.
Side Walk Chalk Photos: This is so adorable, and I bet it is a fun way to get kids involved for the photo shoot.
Skillet Lasagna (275 calories): I love me some lasagna, so with only 275 calories this is a wonderful dinner option.
A Selection of Must Have Wedding Photos: I would consider photography to be one of my hobbies, so I like these suggestions as go-to guide.
15 Ways to Pin Back Your Hair: Battling the humidity in Oklahoma, I will need all 15 of these.
Piruletas Italianas: I can’t wait to serve these at my next party. They are so eye catching, and I love the minced basil topping.
Memory Jar: What a great idea to put memories made throughout the year in a jar and open them on New Years Eve to enjoy.
Do you have a fun way to savor memories over the year?