• Learning Letters inspired by Waldorf Education

    Learning Letters inspired by Waldorf Education

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    Learning to write G the Waldorf way while the littlest fills a part of with her her G coloring Page Learning Letters inspired by Waldorf Education I am not a Waldorf certified teacher, nor a certified teacher of any means. Nor did I ever finish art College. So, these drawings and their use in Waldorf education is based solely on my personal experience of...
  • Sour Dough Pizza Dough Recipe

    Sour Dough Pizza Dough Recipe

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    Sour Dough Pizza Dough Did you ever make your own pizza dough? Probably seemed a bit daunting right? Well, I have news for you. Pizza Dough is one of the easiest sour dough recipes, and is easily the most delicious home made pizza crust. Once I started making my own, I could never go back top pre-made dough or crusts. It usually visits our house once a...
  • DIY Face mask

    DIY Face mask

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    DIY Face Mask Adapted from Sarah Maker. ::: If you decide not to make your own, you can check my stock of made to order ones here: https://needlesandspines.myshopify.com/collections/use-it/products/pleated-face-mask The finished adult mask will be roughly 7.75″ wide and 3.75″ tall.   Materials 100% cotton fabric (with a tight weave)1/8″ flat elastic for ear loops, or 4 fabric ties (you can use the same cotton...
  • Six Alternative Ways to Fill Easter Baskets without Candy

    Six Alternative Ways to Fill Easter Baskets without Candy

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    6  Alternative Ways to Fill Easter eggs Earlier I posted a blog about eco alternatives to the usual plastic Easter eggs. I ended up purchasing the ones made from recycled plastic, and plan on re-using them year and after year! Now I want to share some alternative ways to fill them that don't include candy or plastic junk headed for the trash bin within...
  • How to Feed and Activate Sour Dough Starter.

    How to Feed and Activate Sour Dough Starter.

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    Step 1 start with 1/3 c. starter Step 2 add 1/2 c. water Step 3 add 1. c of flour You've got a Sour Dough Starter! Now what? Being a sour dough baker is a commitment, it's not something you do for special occasions every few months. It's a way of life really. A slow, intentional way of life.  You can choose to work...
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