Capturing Autumn: 6 Secrets for Photographing Fall Foliage

Posted by on Sep 23, 2014 in Photography |

Are you itching to take some great fall foliage shots this year? Don't go unprepared! These six secrets for photographing fall foliage will have you producing unique and professional-level photos that are sure to impress!

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Fresh Fall Produce: Autumn’s Seasonal Vegetables & Fruits

Posted by on Sep 23, 2014 in Food & Cooking, Gardening |

Just when we’ve had my fill of summer heat, long days and a free-form schedule with the kids around looking to you for what they should do with their day, autumn shows up and brings with it cool evenings, a jewel-toned palette and pumpkin everything! Make the most of the season's bounty! Check out this guide on the best of autumn's seasonal vegetables and fruits, plus plenty of recipes to inspire you to start cooking.

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Time for Kickoff: Football Cake Ideas for the Win

Posted by on Sep 23, 2014 in Cake Decorating |

Kick off the season with inspiration from these fabulous football cake ideas that are sure to score at your next tailgating party!

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Quilt and Sew Faster! Insider Secrets from Craftsy Pros

Posted by on Sep 23, 2014 in Quilting, Sewing |

From curved snips to finger pressing, we've got the insider secrets from some savvy Craftsy sewing and quilting instructors! Learn how to save time sewing with some great tools and tricks!

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The Perfect Petal: 4 Tips For Painting Flower Petals

Posted by on Sep 22, 2014 in Painting | Comments

Flowers are a fantastic subject for all painters from beginning to advanced. Check out these tips for painting petals to make your next piece pop!

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Five Advantages of Embroidery Cataloging Software

Posted by on Sep 22, 2014 in Embroidery |

It really doesn’t matter how many embroidery designs you have if you can’t find them when you need them. Cataloging programs make it easier to find and manage designs. We break down five reasons to give one a try.

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Armchair Garden Tour: A Visit to an Organic French Farm

Posted by on Sep 22, 2014 in Gardening |

I recently spent a month on an organic farm in the Brittany region of France. It's a small family farm that isn't commercial at all but supports the family and workers that live there. About 70% of what they eat comes from the farm: meat and vegetables. Want a tour? Join along! You might just discover some unique garden design ideas to incorporate into your own space!

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