I have seen so many DIY chalk paint projects, and I figured I was finally ready to take one on...I had an old glazed ceramic vase that I knew would be perfect for the project, but I couldn't find any chalk paint tutorials for ceramics. Furniture, glass, silver, cabinets, sure! But can you use chalk paint on ceramics? This post may contain affiliate links for your convenience. That means that if you make a purchase, I will receive a small commission at no extra cost to you. Read more ... Read More about Can You Paint Ceramics with Chalk Paint?
There are a lot of gimmicky claims out there about the cost to start a blog…you know the ones! They claim that you can start a blog for only $3.75 RIGHT NOW! Well that's true...and it's not. The whole truth is, if you want to start a blog with the serious intention to grow and potentially make money from it (don’t we all wish!) sometimes it’s better to invest a little more money into its creation. Usually, those ultra-low price claims have that sneaky little “*” and in the fine ... Read More about The Absolute MINIMUM You Can Spend to Start a Blog
Just because it's Easter doesn't mean you need to drop teaching for playtime! Instead, have a hopping good time with these adorable and educational Easter games that are perfect for kids. These Easter activities use colorful Easter eggs that will definitely delight your little one. Find out how to make them today! 5 Fun Kid's Easter Games As with all of my kid's crafts and games the focus is going to be on simple and fun for you and your family to have a blast over the Easter 2019 ... Read More about 5 Fabulously Fun and Educational Kid’s Easter Games
Bust out the cabbage and green beer! My (diluted) Irish blood is singing the song of my forefathers with St. Patrick’s Day coming up this weekend! And you don’t have to be Irish to celebrate; even China has gotten in on the tradition of St. Paddy's Day...but even though the Great Wall now goes green in celebration of and solidarity with the Irish on St. Patrick’s Day, I guarantee you won't find any Chinese men wearing green hats when they are out partying! But why is that? After ... Read More about Why Chinese Men Refuse to Wear Green Hats (Even on St. Patrick’s Day)
Kohlrabi recipe? Bless you! Just kidding, I didn’t sneeze…kohlrabi is a vegetable; it looks a little like a turnip, but is more closely related to the cabbage. It is commonly eaten in German speaking countries, but has increased in popularity lately in the States. It isn’t too hard to find even at local grocery stores now, but if you have trouble with the ones in your area, your local Asian market is a good resource. They always seem to have the biggest and cheapest ... Read More about Kohlrabi Salad with Chinese Black Vinaigrette