Tutorial: A Simple Recycled Paper Greeting Card

December 10, 2009 by  
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Whether you are a hoarder of pretty papers or you take your art materials at random from the recycling bin, the holidays are an excellent time to use up the little bits and scraps of paper that tend to otherwise get lost or discarded. At our house, our holidays are primarily handmade (except for Santa, of course–Santa’s been shopping the deals all year long), and I try not to buy any new materials when making my gifts and other projects, either. AND I do almost all of my crafting with two little kids either actively helping, or at least in tow, so my stuff can’t be super-complicated or destroyed by the input of a five-year-old

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Tutorial: A Simple Recycled Paper Greeting Card

Beans, Beans the Musical Fruit

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We were all in elementary school once, so I’m sure we’ve all heard that ubiquitous rhyme about these mighty legumes. The thing is, beans are a pretty amazing food, whether you’re vegan or not ! They’re full of protein , fiber, vitamins, and minerals . So is it possible to incorporate more beans into your diet without falling victim to that old schoolyard limerick

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Beans, Beans the Musical Fruit

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