Month: February 2013

Silhouette Stenciled Tote

Hello my friends! It is Thursday again… Time to party and giveaway a Silhouette Portrait! I love when Silhouette stops by and gives you guys one of their amazing cutting machines. Let me show you a little project that I made in less than 30 minutes for one of my girls.   I love this stenciled tote. It was inspired by the set of pillows that we made last year.    You guys will be able to make your own projects soon… Look what we have for you!   Ok! I got too excited let me go back to...

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St. Patrick’s Day Printable

 Last week I received in the mail an amazing printer from our friends over at Staples. My old printer was a mess and slow as a turtle. Let’s say I needed a serious replacement. You know how much I love a good printable and right away I put myself to work and made two St. Patrick’s Day Prints.   I can’t even tell you what a difference a good printer makes. image source We chose this wireless printer, so I can have it in my Craft room and print not just from my laptop but from the main computer in our...

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Monogram Moss Pallet Sign Tutorial

This Pallet Sign is adorable and the moss monogram makes it unique and personal. It’s the perfect home decor accessory and my favorite part is that you can say you made it!    Hi Friends! It’s always great to be here at The 36th Avenue! I’m Taryn from Design, Dining + Diapers and I’m here today to share an easy and inexpensive way to add a little spring flare to your front door this year! I’ve been on a little pallet kick lately. More specifically, making mini pallets signs using wood shims. I started with a Valentine’s Day Pallet, I just...

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Festive Rice Crispy Treats

This year Easter is coming earlier than normal and with all of the talk of Spring in our home we felt like making some Festive Rice Crispy Treats this week, or what our kiddos call Bunnies’ Food.   You can really add anything you like to these Crispy Treats. The trick is to add the candy while the marshmallows are still soft. They are so good.   Festive Crispy Treats Recipe Festive Rice Crispy Treats   Print Cook time 10 mins Total time 10 mins   Author: The 36th Avenue Recipe type: Treats Ingredients 4 Tablespoons Butter 1 (10 oz ) Bag Mini Marshmallows 1...

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10 Affordable DIY Home Projects

Sometimes you may feel that in order to have a beautiful home you need to spend a great amount of money. Wrong! You may think that in order to do a makeover you need to be an expert. No, you don’t! Let me talk to you… Yes you, the one hoping and wishing, visiting and pinning but never actually taking the chance to hold a paint brush, or a power tool in your hands. Can you do it? Heck yes! Should you give your own creativity some credit and do something with it? You bet!   Today’s DIY Affordable Projects...

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Best Recipes and Party Time

Hello my friends and welcome to this week’s link party. Before you share your projects please let me highlight some of my favorite recipes from last week. They look delicious… here they are. Black Forest Cream Pie by Wonky Wonderful.   Skinny Oreo Milk Shake by Pink Recipe Box     Almond Joy Cheesecake by Will Cook for Smiles    Nutella Rose Buds by Will Cook for Smiles   Double Chocolate Chip Muffins by The First Year Blog.   Giant Sweet Orange Rolls by Feeding My Giant.   Cherry Cheesecake Breakfast Bundles by Lemon Tree Dwelling   Cinnamon S’more Blondies by...

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Chewy Coconut Pecan Brownies

This is the best brownie recipe you’ll ever have.   The texture of these brownies is chewy and moist. Each bite is full of mouth watering flavor. No one will believe that these brownies came from a brownies mix box and a can of Coconut Pecan frosting. Look how deliciously pretty they look!   I advise you to use Duncan Hines Chewy Fudge Brownies for this recipe and I also love their Coconut Pecan Frosting the best. Chewy Coconut Pecan Brownies   Print Prep time 10 mins Cook time 30 mins Total time 40 mins   Author: Desiree Campbell Serves:...

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DIY Suspenders

  Hello 36th Avenue Readers. My name is Angelina and I blog over at JoJo & Eloise. I am always so thrilled to be able to share some fun ideas with you here. I don’t know about you, but every time I post something that has to do with little boys I get an overwhelming, “Finally, something for Boys!” I must admit I find myself sewing and creating for my girls a lot more often than I do for my Sweet boys. So, today I thought I would share a very simple tutorial on how to make Mock Suspenders....

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15 Spring Wreaths

I was looking yesterday at my trees and I saw on their branches the early signs of Spring. The little buds are starting to show and soon we’ll be able to see the green leaves on our trees again. Don’t you love Spring? Excited by the new season approaching I decided to share with you today 15 Spring Wreaths. I really hope you love them as much as I do. Last year to decorate my entryway I made this Spring Wreath with a bunch of yarn and some lace. You can find the tutorial here. Let me show you today some other handmade wreaths...

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15 DIY Home Improvement Projects

Sometimes you don’t need heavy tools and a contractor to make a home improvement. Sometimes small DIY projects can change amazingly the look and feel of your home. I am sharing today 15 Home Improvement Projects that will show you just that.   Let’s start with the kitchen! Remodelando la casa gave her kitchen an amazing makeover by painting her cabinets. You won’t believe the before and after pictures!   If you think you need new barstools you may stop first by Lolly Jane and check out what they did with theirs. I love the new rustic look of...

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