Recently I've done a little free motion machine embroidery, or thread sketching. From some of the comments I received it's clear that this...
United States Flags
American Flags Chart: A colorful chart with the 50 United States Flags. Explore the history and geography of America with this free, printable chart showing the variety of flags of each of the fifty states.
How To Stop Your Candles From Tunnelling!
Are your candles tunnelling down when you light them? Here are some really simple ways to stop tunnelling, allowing you to get the most out of your candles! Tip
The Touching Way Anna Nicole Smith’s Daughter Connects with Her Late Mom
Dannielynn Birkhead honors her mother through her artwork, her dad Larry Birkhead tells 20/20 in a new interview
The girl who gets gifts from birds
Lots of people give food to the birds in their garden and get nothing in return - but when one girl feeds the crows outside her house, they show their affection with tiny presents.
When you put sea salt on your food, here’s what you’re really eating
Sea salt and sea plastic, all in one jar.
How to Introduce Reclaimed Wood Furniture Into Your Home
Starley Bullard-Moore of Charley & Co. designs and creates reclaimed wood furniture to fit your style and design needs.
The NY Daily
A selection of articles, blog posts, videos and photos recommended by Moishe's Moving
The Three Secrets of Fatima Explained Poster
USA-made Catholic Store: We sell Catholic posters, T-Shirts, gifts, framed art, and more
Tips To Prepare Your Chicken Coop
We are in the full swing of chick season. You might have even purchased your baby chicks and they grow fast. When your baby chicks are ready to leave your brooder, make sure you have your coop ready to go. Most chicks can be transferred to their coops as early as 4-5 weeks of age. If you have already purchased your baby chicks, it is imperative that your coop is ready to go as soon as possible. You will be shocked at how fast they feather and grow, and take up space! Here are some tips to ensure your chicken coop is adequately prepared: Be predator-proof, not just from the sides, but from above and below as well. Predators that would love chicken wings for dinner include but are not limited to raccoons…