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Party In Your PJs #236

Welcome back to the Party in Your PJs Link Party, where your posts will be seen on three different blogs each week.  I hope you find something that inspires you and you share something to inspire others!

Let's meet the Co-Hosts: Nina @ Grandma Ideas Facebook // Pinterest // Twitter
Lynda @ Review, Chews, & How-Tos Facebook // Pinterest // Twitter // Instagram
Ann @ The Apple Street Cottage Facebook // Pinterest // Instagram
Here are my features:
Chicken Wire Christmas Tree Wreath - Curly Crafty Mom



Sequin Christmas Trees - Sum of Their Stories


I seem to have a 'Tree Theme' this week!

Be sure to stop back on Saturday for a new post from me.  It's time to share those ideas for Christmas!

Make sure you visit the other Co-hosts at their blogs.  We each  choose our own features.


I can't wait to see what you have to share, so let's get the party started!

Rules: Link to your post, not your home page. Link to something YOU made, wrote, or thought. No Etsy or business pages. Link Part…

Party In Your PJs #235

Welcome back to the Party in Your PJs Link Party, where your posts will be seen on three different blogs each week.  I hope you find something that inspires you and you share something to inspire others!

Let's meet the Co-Hosts: Nina @ Grandma Ideas Facebook // Pinterest // Twitter
Lynda @ Review, Chews, & How-Tos Facebook // Pinterest // Twitter // Instagram
Ann @ The Apple Street Cottage Facebook // Pinterest // Instagram
Here are my features:
DIY Wood Sign for Christmas - Faeries & Fauna



Hot Cocoa Bar - Kippi At Home


Make sure you visit the other Co-hosts at their blogs.  We each  choose our own features.


I can't wait to see what you have to share, so let's get the party started!

Rules: Link to your post, not your home page. Link to something YOU made, wrote, or thought. No Etsy or business pages. Link Parties, Roundups, and Giveaways are welcome. Don't link and run! Please visit other links, make friends, learn something new, and leave a comment - because we all love comment…

Party In Your PJs #234

Welcome back to the Party in Your PJs Link Party, where your posts will be seen on three different blogs each week.  I hope you find something that inspires you and you share something to inspire others!

Let's meet the Co-Hosts: Nina @ Grandma Ideas Facebook // Pinterest // Twitter
Lynda @ Review, Chews, & How-Tos Facebook // Pinterest // Twitter // Instagram
Ann @ The Apple Street Cottage Facebook // Pinterest // Instagram
Here are my features:
Christmas Light Strawberries - Wondermom Wannabe

Winter Berry Wreath - Gluesticks
Two fabulous ideas to get you started on your holiday planning!



Make sure you visit the other Co-hosts at their blogs.  We each  choose our own features.


I can't wait to see what you have to share, so let's get the party started!

Rules: Link to your post, not your home page. Link to something YOU made, wrote, or thought. No Etsy or business pages. Link Parties, Roundups, and Giveaways are welcome. Don't link and run! Please visit other links, make friends, learn…

No Chemical Adhesive Remover

We've all been there.  You take a label off a bottle or jar for a DIY project and you're stuck with that sticky adhesive that won't come off.  
I used to always reach for a chemical adhesive remover, but, not anymore!  Slowly, but surely, I'm trying to eliminate chemicals from our lives and I've got a great way to remove labels.  Are you ready?  It's peanut butter! If you follow me on Instagram, you'll remember this stack of Pinot Noir wine cups I came across at the liquor store.  
I knew they'd make a great recycle/upcycle project, so all I needed to do was clean them up - after drinking the wine, of course!  As I peeled off the label, I was left with a sticky film.   It was seriously strong...it stuck to my finger even after I turned it over. Out came the peanut butter and it was a very simple process. I put a dab of peanut butter on my finger and proceeded to spread it across the adhesive on the cup: After it was covered, I left it on the kitchen counter to…

Party In Your PJs #233

Welcome to the Party in Your PJs Link Party, where your posts will be seen on three different blogs each week.


Let's meet the Co-Hosts: Nina @ Grandma Ideas Facebook // Pinterest // Twitter
Lynda @ Review, Chews, & How-Tos Facebook // Pinterest // Twitter // Instagram
Ann @ The Apple Street Cottage Facebook // Pinterest // Instagram
Here are my features:
Paper Flower Wreath - Create & Babble
I'm a Paper-Crafter at heart and loved this wreath!
Spiced Apple Moscow Mule - Home Cooking Memories
There's nothing like a fall-themed cocktail!

Make sure you visit the other Co-hosts at their blogs.  We each  choose our own features.


I can't wait to see what you have to share, so let's get the party started!

Rules: Link to your post, not your home page. Link to something YOU made, wrote, or thought. No Etsy or business pages. Link Parties, Roundups, and Giveaways are welcome. Don't link and run! Please visit other links, make friends, learn something new, and leave a comment - becaus…

Chicken Tortilla Soup

The weather has been cool and rainy all week but, in spite of it, we had 175 Trick or Treaters in an hour! Yes, we ran out of candy and had to turn off the porch light and blow out the candle in the jack-o-lantern.  How was Halloween at your house?
In honor of the cooler weather, it's time to share my Chicken Tortilla Soup recipe.  I mentioned it in my moving post, so it's long overdue.  
This is what you need to get started: Ingredients: 1 can of Cream of Chicken Soup
1 can of water 1 jar of your choice of salsa Chicken breast - yes, that's a frozen chicken breast in the pic! Cumin Garlic powder Tortilla chips Your choice of cheese for topping - we like Pepper Jack.

In your crockpot, mix together the soup, can of water, and jar of salsa.  Add the chicken breast (frozen is fine - I do it all the time) and cook on high for 5 hours.  
Go work on your latest DIY project, clean your craft room, read a book...you've got plenty of time and no worries about dinner!
After 5 hours, remove th…