Round We Go

August 24, 2010

Late August is always a difficult time for me. Stuck in the rut of trying to be creative in my cooking and crafting in the middle of 90 degree heat is just an overwhelming exercise in futility.

This year, the last week in August in bringing about putting together all of the amazing crafting and creating that you are all sharing in Rhythm of The Home. One week from tomorrow the Autumn edition will be here, and it is hard to believe that the last edition in our first year has almost arrived.

Since my own work has been put on hold for just a bit, I thought it might be fun today to take a trip around this blog world of ours to share a few posts that have inspired me to get back into the kitchen and the sewing room, and to get some early holiday creativity going.

Enjoy!

Michelle from Wee Folk Art treats us to a very special Harvest Time and Winter Wonderland homeschooling curriculum for 4-6 year olds.

Erin of Imagination Kids is over on the Rhythm of The Home blog sharing a simple recipe for making natural beeswax lip balm

Hannah of Home Baked Online whips up some sweet sewn potato sacks to enjoy the last of the summer bounty

Wabi Sabi Wanderings gives us a sweet tutorial on how to make a recycled tin can windsock

Sarah of Bella Luna Toys writes a beautiful post on learning to let go as homeschooling parents.

Lisa of Earth Mama is learning to use every bit of the food that she makes in her post From Pulp to Pate.

Francesca of Fuoriborgo gives us a great homemade gelato treat to beat the end of August heat.

Kristi of Fiber Fool shares her journey of making a delicious sounding plum butter.

Sew Mama Sew shares a tutorial for making hand stamped clothing labels, just in time for back to school.

Tonya of Plain and Joyful Living is helping us all get ready for a beautiful Handmade Holiday.

For anyone with a toddler, this handmade Toddler Toy is a must from Life As A Schoolhouse

I know that I am dying to try a little cherry and pomegranate sorbet from Honey and Jam, as a last of summer treat.

Amy of Elemental brings us the second in her three-part beginner drawing series.

Finally, Threading Light shares a beautiful post on finding the real riches in this life of ours.

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