Cathy Denman
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Meal Prepping is Easy when you can toss all of your healthy ingredients onto one sheet pan! Here are 35 sheet pan recipes that will change your life

Pre scrambled eggs for camping! I cleaned an old coffee creamer bottle, scrambled two eggs at a time and added through a funnel. Then marked where every two eggs were to make it easier when camping! Only took about 20 mins at home, but saved a huge headache when camping! They lasted us a whole week and didn't go bad in the ice chest.

Pre scrambled eggs for camping! I cleaned an old coffee creamer bottle, scrambled two eggs at a time and added through a funnel. Then marked where every two eggs were to make it easier when camping! Only took about 20 mins at home, but saved a huge headache when camping! They lasted us a whole week and didn't go bad in the ice chest.

Fixer upper inspired design space - oak kitchen cabinet makeover. Two toned gray and white cabinets, subway tile backsplash, some DIY (under $2000) Welcome home!

Fixer upper inspired design space - oak kitchen cabinet makeover. Two toned gray and white cabinets, subway tile backsplash, some DIY (under $2000) Welcome home!

Tips For Sewing With Minky Fabric. Walking Foot, don't iron, wash other fabrics that will be sewn with it (Minky doesn't shrink), top stitch in direction of nap, etc.

Tips For Sewing With Minky Fabric. Walking Foot, don't iron, wash other fabrics that will be sewn with it (Minky doesn't shrink), top stitch in direction of nap, etc.

This is a fun way to finish the edge of a simple fleece blanket that is similar to a “tie-blanket”more sophisticated look. For this project you will need: 1 1/2″ yards of a fleece material, I used this lavender fleece scissors sewing machine and thread and a crochet hook To start this project trim your fleece fabric by cutting of the selvage edges to have one nice clean piece of fleece. You should only need to trim 1″ off of two sides. The you are going to cut a 2″ square out of each cor...

This is a fun way to finish the edge of a simple fleece blanket that is similar to a “tie-blanket”more sophisticated look. For this project you will need: 1 1/2″ yards of a fleece material, I used this lavender fleece scissors sewing machine and thread and a crochet hook To start this project trim your fleece fabric by cutting of the selvage edges to have one nice clean piece of fleece. You should only need to trim 1″ off of two sides. The you are going to cut a 2″ square out of each cor...