My husband and I like turkey when it is cooked in something but we aren't big fans of plain roasted turkey. Since our nearest family is eight hours away Thanksgiving is usually just the three of us so we don't really have a reason to stick with the traditional turkey. The first few years we made ham but the last couple of years we went with chicken fried pork chops and they perfectly compliment the other traditional Thanksgiving sides!
Tuesday, November 29, 2011
Friday, November 25, 2011
This recipe is actually one that my husband, Shelby, came up with! He has been making these for family gatherings for years now and I finally got him to measure things out and write it down so that I could share this deliciousness with you. :) They are basically mashed potatoes but so much fluffier and creamier.
Thursday, November 24, 2011
Hi Polish The Stars readers, I’m My. My home is over at Space 46
, which I recently started to express my love and passion for crafts and decors.
I am very excited to be here today to introduce myself and my blog and to share with you a couple of my first projects as a newbie DIYer . You probably already know this. Crafting is so addicting, and the joy of completing a project is way beyond imagination. Especially when someone stops by and leaves a sweet comment, it means the world to me. So I hope to see you soon over at Space 46 . Happy holiday to you and your family!
If you love turquoise and jewelry, you will love this jewelry storage solution that I came up with to display my long necklaces and to store a few of my bracelets. Super easy! No elbow grease needed!
Tuesday, November 22, 2011
Yes, I am 28-years-old and I carry a Kool-Aid wallet. What about it? :) I started making these about ten years ago but back then I was using packing tape and they didn't look as good and weren't very durable. Recently I decided to reinvent them with some clear vinyl and I am really happy with the results!
They are a lot of fun and you can make them super girly or appropriate for the guys in your life just by picking a different colored kool-aid packet. These wallets cost less than $2 each to make which is always my favorite part of a project!
Thursday, November 17, 2011
I am a huge fan of pumpkin recipes and thanks to blogging and pinterest, I have accumulated a large collection of recipes that I want to try. Unfortunately I don't have the time to try all of them and even if I did, my husband and I would probably end up weighing five hundred pounds. I still wanted to share them with you all though and if you try any of them I would love to hear what you thought of it so I know whether or not it is worth trying. :)
First up are a few from my own blog in case you missed them. These are our tried and true favorites so I can personally vouch for their deliciousness!
Pumpkin Spice Donut Holes by Polish The Stars
Thursday, November 10, 2011
I recently came across an amazing site! I'm sure most of you discovered it a long time ago but in case you haven't, let me introduce you to Decor Hacks. As soon as I opened up their page I was in love and spent over an hour browsing their archives. I just love how everything is so bright, colorful and FUN! Most of the ideas are a bit too crazy for our house since we will be putting it on the market next year but I will definitely try some of these projects in our next house!
Some of my favorites are the unusual (and inexpensive!) floor treatments:
This would be so fun in a game room and you can use any color scheme you want.