Monday, December 14, 2009

Please Join Us Today for The "Make It From Scratch" Carnival!

Welcome to this week's... carnival! Being the host, I got to be the first to see all of the wonderful things people are making from scratch in the blogosphere during this holiday season. Rather than tell you about them, here - let me show you!

Jeff V. Brimley presents "Santa's Little Helper" posted at Brimley Studios.

June Tree presents Turkey Pops and a Happy Thanksgiving 2009! posted at The Digerati Life.

Heather @ Marine Corps Nomads presents Handmade Christmas: Doll Bed posted at Marine Corps Nomads, saying, "Handmade American Girl doll bed set."

Lori Vaughn presents Make It Yourself Christmas #4 Glitter Ornaments posted at Telling Secrets.

Brooke Allen presents Glittery Holiday Cards posted at Rambling Brooke.

Rhiana presents Frugal Food: Homemade Croutons posted at A Frugal Life - Just the Two of Us.

Kimberly Clay presents Antique Christmas Gifts – Top 3 Antique Christmas Gift Ideas posted at Central Kentucky Antiques and Collectibles.

Stephanie presents Making Cloth Napkins from an Old Shirt posted at Stop the Ride!.

Jessica Christman presents Christmas Craft Project – Button Wreath Ornament posted at

Kara presents Food as Gifts posted at An Hour In the Kitchen.

Revanche presents A Gai Shan Life: Giving "invalid fare" a new meaning posted at A Gai Shan Life.

Abi presents Cupcake tree ornaments posted at lighter side.

Sarah presents Our First Jesse Tree posted at Glory In The Clutter.

Kristia presents Chunky Potato & Leek Soup posted at Family Balance Sheet.

Amanda Louden presents Winter Squash Drop Biscuits and Weekly Dinners posted at Daily Diner.

pbmedia presents How to Unclog a Toilet posted at jammer(six).

Thursday Bram presents Picking the Best Fonts for Invitations posted at Desktop Publishing.

Deb Harbour presents These cookies make great gifts posted at My Kitchen Table.

SimplyForties presents Stuffed Focaccia with Onions, Zucchini, Mushroom and Fontina posted at SimplyForties.

RecycleCindy presents Crocheted Kitchen Gift Set posted at My Recycled

Lucky presents Recipes For When You've Run Out posted at Making My Own Luck.

Alexandra presents Make Your Own Magnetic Paper Dolls posted at Happy Hearts At Home.

NerdMom presents Easy Chocolate Pecan Pie posted at Nerd Family Food.

So there you have it! Hope you have a great time perusing all of the awesome "Make It From Scratch" posts. Don't forget to leave comments to let our writers know they are appreciated! Next week's carnival will be hosted at Frills in the Hills. Make sure you don't miss it! Have a great day!

As a side note, if you love working on projects and learning new skills, consider taking a couple of classes online. Did you know that you can earn a PHD or a nursing degree over the internet?


Freya said...

I LOVE the cupcake tree ornaments, they look good enough to eat!

Mom2my10 @ 11th Heaven said...

I know, Freya, I adore the cupcake ornaments, too! If my twins didn't take every ornament off the tree, I would make some!

Revanche said...

Thanks for my inclusion! I can't wait to try some of these other recipes.

RecycleCindy said...

You did a lovely job presenting this week's MIFS carnival! Thanks for including my craft project. Merry Christmas!

Alexandra said...

Thanks for hosting. :) Christmas blessings.

Cheryl B. said...

When this posting arrived in my in-box via email notificataion, I forwarded it to Jen from 'Lipstick and Laundry'. She is always making cutsie type things and I was right, she wants to make a couple of the items listed on here.

She made a cloth turkey your young ones would enjoy!

Jillian K. said...

Thanks for hosting -- there's a lot of great stuff here this week! My son keeps taking our ornaments off the tree and replacing them with his toy cars.

The Daisy Chain Adventures said...

So I made this painting by hand.

Does that count as handmade holiday stuff?