This week’s Friday’s baby comes to us from Chubby Cheeks Photography. I hope you will check them out and let them know you saw their amazing photos here.
If you are a photographer and would like us to feature one of your babies, human or not, email me at Sales@MorningTempestStudios.com and we would love to feature your work as well as give you link ups and credit for your great shots.
Servings: 1 quart Prep Time: 30 min Cook Time: 15 min Difficulty: Easy
- 3 ½ cups water
- 3 cups sugar
- ½ cup brown sugar
- 3 tablespoons vanilla extract
- 1 (quart) mason jar, with hole cut in lid to allow for pump dispenser to slide in
- 1 plastic pump dispenser (available at craft stores)
Sterilize jar, lid and pump dispenser by placing in dishwasher and running through a cleaning cycle. Remove from dishwasher and allow to dry.
In a medium saucepan over medium high heat, gently stir together the water and sugars.
Cook until mixture becomes thick and syrupy (approximately 10-15 minutes).
Allow to cool and stir in vanilla extract.
Fill jar with cooled mixture.
Screw on lid and slide in pump dispenser.
Serve with your favorite coffee drink! Makes a great gift for your coffee loving friends!
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- Peeps in a Jar – a wonderful gift from my Mother! (bodybym.wordpress.com)
I am really tired of cold weather and snow. So today we are going to feature a craft to get us ready for spring planting! Enjoy.
Originally posted on Indie Craft Experience:
I keep little pots of herbs in my kitchen most of the time. It’s convenient, economical, and it makes such a difference in my food! You can pick up a small plant for under $3.00.
The weather is changing here in Atlanta. The warmer temperatures are getting me excited about Spring and gardening. Last weekend when the highs were in the 60′s I dipped some terra cotta pots in bright white paint.
Photographer Kelly Puckett has a beautiful eye for taking photos of babies and families. I had a really hard time picking just one photo. But this one caught my heart as this heartwarming photo captures new love between siblings.
Here’s a little more from Kelly:
I love taking photos…it is something that I will be doing for a long long time! My goal is to make beautiful affordable memories for every household! Memories last a lifetime and family is and always be most important. My sessions are fun and I am very patient, silly and open-minded to ideas my clients have.
I am located in Erie, Co and I do photos in the surrounding areas…recently I have had families travel from Higgins (Northern Colorado) as well as Parker (Southern Colorado)
Kelly Q Photography can be located on Facebook.
or by email at -firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are a photographer and would like us to feature one of your babies, human
or not, email me at Sales@MorningTempestStudios.com and we would love to feature your work as well as give you link ups and credit for your great shots.