Starlet’s Fall Foliage Painting
Our granddaughter is a budding artist! When we were over visiting a few weeks ago, Starlet showed
her Papa and Me how her parents had set up an easel and paints in her bedroom for her to paint whenever the mood struck her. And, believe me, that is often. She has boxes of cardboard canvases
already completed. Her Papa decided we needed new art for our home and bought four of her paintings. This way she can buy real canvas to work on. Her dad is an artist, so she has great tutoring.
This was my very first attempt 15 years ago at folk art painting. My sis and I took a class
together-so much fun! Neither of us do anything with it anymore. You know how that goes.
I did say I would share my homemade yogurt recipe with you. This recipe is from Stephanie O’Dea’s blog spot. It is so easy and so good. My batch did not set up as thick as store bought yogurt, but I like it that way. They have some pointers with the recipe for a thicker consistency. I
first discovered this recipe at Kathy’s Cottage. Who, by the way, is having a give away celebrating her 600th post. Yes, you read that right, over 4 years of posting. It is a beautiful book from Cabbage & Roses. You have until Oct. 15th to enter, so you’d better pop on over there now, if you’re interested. If you’ve never been to visit her blog, you will definitely enjoy it, for sure. She has many lovely items she’s sewn and a lot of good recipes fro her and her husband to share.
See how beautiful this book is? Well, good luck ladies! Let me know if you are the winner!