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The Stunning DIY Wedding Gift, Couples Will Treasure

Racking your brain for the perfect gift for that special couple? This easy to create DIY statue of the bride and groom’s hands is a one-of-a-kind piece of art all couples will love! Even if you aren’t confident in your crafting skills, these unique hand statues are practically mistake free to create, and turn out stunningly every time. First, order the kit on Amazon: Ask the couple for ten minutes of their time, ideally more than a week before their wedding. No worries, if you only have a few days, you can still make this! Meet them somewhere that has a sink and running water and bring the following with you: The moulding kit in the moulding bucket, with the label removed. (Keeping your gift…

The Best Show To Binge On This Weekend! Bon Appétit!

Don’t think you’d care about what goes into Viennese Whirls, or how they’re made?  Well, this show not just about baking, it’s an opportunity to spend time with people overflowing with passion, optimism, kindness and skill. This show is like a hot pepper…pop that little inconspicuous chile into your mouth and be swept up into the burst of flavor and surprising heat that hits you when least expect it. Seriously, the baking is secondary to everything else. Weekend In The Country Searching for the U.K.’s best amateur bakers, the competition, held in the lush garden of a stately country manor, brings together 12 competitors from all walks of life. They will gather each week and bake their way through ten weekend “bake-fests.” As each episode…

Learn How To Grow Loofahs In Your Garden!

Peering out the window of our tiny house in Costa Rica, I saw our neighbor Josué slowly climbing up a ladder holding a basket full of what looked like overgrown zucchinis. He pulled each one out and placed them side-by-side on his roof, where the unobstructed sun would beat down on them for more than eight hours each day! Why was he doing this to his zucchinis? Josué climbed back up every morning to rotate the large veggies, and after a week of baking in the Costa Rica jungle heat, they’d transformed into a row of dark brown logs. I was dying to know what he was tending to up on his roof, so I asked, “¿Que son esos?” It turned out they were loofahs!…