Goodie goodie goodie goodie goodies everywhere!
Spring has arrived and Annabell’s Workshop has revealed our new line of camera straps and wood signs! Check em out here: https://www.etsy.com/shop/AnnabellsWorkshop
Two weeks ago Annabell’s Workshop debuted at it’s first craft show! It was an amazing experience, and Lydia and I were so happy to be a part of it! Here’s a few pics of the set up!
New spring merchandise is available at the shop now! Get ‘em before they’re gone! https://www.etsy.com/shop/AnnabellsWorkshop
Hi! For the oil treatment on the scalp, we must do it on wet or dry hair ? :)
You can do it on either! But the oil spreads around a lot easier on wet hair.
New Merch! Check it out! https://www.etsy.com/shop/AnnabellsWorkshop
Hello I love your blog. I was wondering if you had more mini dry gardens I've only seen a few and was wondering if you knew of more. Thanks :D
Here are a ton of “garden” related posts I’ve made! I hope this helps, fellow green thumb ;)
Introducing the Julia Grace Collection, in honor of The Sweet Julia Grace Foundation and the beautiful little girl who positively impacted so many lives. These straps were especially designed to embody her amazing spirit. A percentage of these proceeds will be donated to the foundation, to further help other children like Julia to “dance in the rain”. Visit the workshop here to check them out: https://www.etsy.com/shop/AnnabellsWorkshop
New merchandise at Annabell’s Workshop!
Have you even been curious to start your own garden? Even if you don’t have a plot of land to work with, there are community gardens and opportunities to grow your own produce even inside your own home. Urban Harvest is a RVA based blog established to help Richmond inhabitants, and all other residents of food deserts create their own source of healthy food, as well as show others how to get involved.
DIY Recycled Garden
Believe it or not, you can start your own garden from items you may already have in your kitchen! Put scions of green onions, lettuce, carrot caps, sweet potatoes, plain ol’ potatoes, celery, various herbs, and even avocado seeds in water and watch them grow! (This is great for veggies that pass their expiration date in the fridge) In a few weeks they will develop roots, and will be ready to plant in soil once the roots are a few inches long.
Even without outdoor space, you too can have an edible garden in your home! Not to mention the benefits of its purpose as purifying decor…
post-run pumpkin spice protein smoothie
- ½ cup canned pumpkin
- 1 cup almond milk
- 2 frozen bananas
- 2 dates
- 1 scoop of vanilla protein powder (optional)
- ½ tsp vanilla extract
- sprinkle nutmeg, cinnamon, cloves and ginger
Your blog is so lovely and fun! I run a craft blog (collegecraftingonthecheap) and just made a post about a t-shirt quilt that I made that you might like! :)
College crafting on the cheap! I love it! You just summed up my life in a url hehehe. I will definitely check it out, I want to make my boyfriend a T-shirt quilt soon and could definitely use some pointers!