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  • Parenting Thoughts, 10 Playtime Ideas, and Family Finances - Small Notebook
    point allowance is about teaching financial skills it is not a reward system My mom was insistent that our allowance was not linked to chores or behavior She didn t let issues in other areas of parents derail her efforts in this very critical area Also she responded to lapses in responsibility by giving us more not less Jessica Quirky Bookworm says March 14 2012 at 9 36 pm Oh the parenting shifts just seem to be getting longer and longer around here lately Last night we got the 22 month old to bed before 9 45 and counted it a big success Thanks for the reminder to hang in for the last few hours I m sure that this is just a weird phase we re going through but whew will I be glad when it s over Jessica Quirky Bookworm s last post My Tucson Festival of Books Wrap Up Donna says March 15 2012 at 12 13 am Being entertained by the simple things in life I love it Donna s last post Announcing Day 4 s Blog Anniversary Winner Mike Pearson Tasmanian Minimalist says March 15 2012 at 2 22 am Gee I feel like an inadequate parent Tasmanian Minimalist s last post New Year s Day By U2 Says It All Rachel Meeks says March 15 2012 at 5 19 am Oh no That s not what I wanted Keep in mind this blog post is about the good stuff not my shortcomings of which there are many Tasmanian Minimalist says March 15 2012 at 1 31 pm Oh Rachel that s not you you rock That s me doing me silly thing xxx Tasmanian Minimalist s last post New Year s Day By U2 Says It All Andrea says March 15 2012 at 4 33 am What a precious photo My children are grown now but I have friends with young ones and am floored as I was when mine were younger at how many parents have to get the latest electronic gadgets toys etc It goes back to young children really have more fun with the box it came in Suzanne says March 15 2012 at 6 30 am I caught the parenting shift article a few days ago and have thought many times about my kids as passengers since then Thank you Bernice The Stressed Mom says March 15 2012 at 9 58 am Reminds me of how me and my brother would get in the dryer leaving the door opened and spin each other around Not that I necessarily recommend that but it is a great memory Bernice The Stressed Mom s last post Copycat Starbucks Frappuccino at home Kaye says March 15 2012 at 10 17 am Great collection I m visiting them all Marcie Lovett says March 15 2012 at 11 19 am My brother used to lift up the lid of the washer to watch the clothes go around and I never understood it My cousin says her

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  • What I Love About You Valentine - Small Notebook
    appreciate about others before they are gone I would say that is a pretty good question Thanks for your idea Leslie s last post Moving Forward Jennie says February 11 2012 at 3 23 pm I love this I ve been looking for a sweet simple way to let my husband know I love him Taking the time to think and write out all the ways your spouse makes your life wonderful is a better gift than grabbing something red and heart shaped off the grocery store shelf Thanks Jessica Quirky Bookworm says February 11 2012 at 3 34 pm That s adorable Also you have such nice tiny handwriting I m pretty sure mine won t turn out that cute but I just might give it a shot Jessica Quirky Bookworm s last post Love of Reading Nonfiction Favorites Kika embracingimperfection says February 11 2012 at 5 20 pm Very cute Kika embracingimperfection s last post The Importance of Being Heard connected parenting Helen says February 11 2012 at 6 29 pm This is a great idea thanks for sharing Sherry A Happy Valentine says February 11 2012 at 7 22 pm What a wonderful idea I m going to get to work secretly on this over the weekend It would be the perfect Valentine to give to my sweet husband along with the sugar cookies I always make him He s always happiest with something I make myself Thank you so much for sharing the idea Sherry A Happy Valentine s last post Spring Dreaming Rachel says February 11 2012 at 8 46 pm We re going to do this for our son Thank you for the great idea And I m going to pin it Shawna CheekyChicFamily says February 11 2012 at 9 00 pm I absolutely love this idea I ll use it for my sons and my husband Much MUCH better than any store bought card I don t think the boys 8 6 and 4 months will appreciate it now but I ll file it away in their keepsakes box for them or their wives girlfriends to appreciate many years down the road Donna says February 12 2012 at 3 02 am I love this idea too I bet I can fill it up with The Reasons I Love You for my hubby Donna s last post Flip It Planter For All Seasons and Holidays Fiona says February 12 2012 at 7 46 am Genius idea I may very well do that I read somewhere recently another lovely idea where on the days weeks leading up to valentines you write little love notes affectionate thoughts and give them on valentines to show all the loving things you think about them when they re not around I like these types of valentines gifts so heart felt x Stephanie says February 12 2012 at 2 34 pm Really really lovely Sweet simple and from the heart South County Girl says February 12 2012 at 3 56

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  • Family Life | Small Notebook
    Snow on Snow A Day in the Life Journal Collection Holly Jolly Getting Through It City Camping Introducing 1 2 3 4 5 6 Advertisements Hi I m Rachel I ll help you simplify your home Share this site Pin it Get new posts delivered to your inbox Subscribe by email For Winter How to Deal With the Keepsakes You Shouldn t Save Want to Simplify Start Here Getting More

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  • Family Life | Small Notebook
    Rachel I ll help you simplify your home Share this site Pin it Get new posts delivered to your inbox Subscribe by email For Winter How to Deal With the Keepsakes You Shouldn t Save Want to Simplify Start Here Getting More Organized is Not the Goal Smart Design from a Petite Venetian Kitchen Click here before you shop on Amazon and part of your purchase will benefit Rachel s

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  • Install a Ceiling Medallion - Small Notebook
    2012 at 6 40 am What a transformation Megan says April 19 2012 at 7 02 am Gorgeous Suzanne says April 19 2012 at 7 04 am Yay Jessica Quirky Bookworm says April 19 2012 at 7 42 am It s so pretty But I could never do that in our house Noel is 6 4 and doesn t appreciate fixtures that end up directly in his face Jessica Quirky Bookworm s last post Book Review Dublin Dead Erica let why lead says April 19 2012 at 8 31 am Wow what a great statement piece Congrats Erica let why lead s last post How to Prepare Artichokes janae says April 19 2012 at 9 35 am Wow I love this You are such an inspiration I may have to copy you again Thank you from Nebraska carrie says April 19 2012 at 9 56 am Gorgeous You have fabulous taste Anita says April 19 2012 at 10 12 am I love it Great idea Emily says April 19 2012 at 10 18 am Love love love this I have a beautiful fixture we took out of our dining room and I bought a more simple medallion at lowes and I want to put both in our bedroom in the worst way My husband says no way wishing and praying for a little girl so I can put it in her room In the mean time I used a bold ribbon and looped it around the medallion for a wreath for the front door Mariclare says April 19 2012 at 10 21 am I love this The apartment I live in has not 1 not 2 but 3 rooms with gaping holes in the ceiling with wires sticking out where lighting fixtures used to be So I think I just found a solution via your FABULOUS blog which I am now addicted to BTW I don t know how you do it but each post is an INSPIRATION in FINISHING a project I have about 10 000 started and 0 finished Thanks so much for the post photos and as always inspiration MC crampmtsyle Mariclare s last post How to Hem a Wedding Dress with No Pins Thread or Clue Fiona says April 19 2012 at 10 45 am Wow it looks great Rita thissortaoldlife com says April 19 2012 at 12 18 pm It s amazing what a difference a light fixture can make to a room We just got rid of the last brass glass 90s light fixture in our main living area and it made me so happy We found all our new ones at the ReStore or places like it just love older pieces like your medallion and chandelier Rita thissortaoldlife com s last post So we re not all a fire this week Luckily other bloggers have some good stuff going on Heidi Adventures of a Thrifty Mom says April 19 2012 at 2 05 pm That is stunning Heidi Adventures of a Thrifty Mom

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  • Yes, You Can! How to Remove Wallpaper from Unprimed Drywall
    was doing it Good to know I was doing it right allll along Peach s last post Playing Ad K says September 2 2011 at 3 02 pm Warm water and fabric softner works really well and smells a lot better than wet wallpaper by its self You can try scoring the wallpaper or working up an edge before wetting it to make the job easier Good Luck Jodi says September 2 2011 at 3 06 pm I remember moving to a new house with my parents when I was in grade school and the new room that was to be mine had seven 7 count them SEVEN layers of wallpaper Young as I was I couldn t tell you what was underneath all that but I just remember it taking FOREVER to get my new room done At least it seemed like it at the time Good luck with the rest of your remodeling Larissa says September 2 2011 at 3 08 pm Wish I had known that water trick a couple years ago when I faced the same situation in our bathroom I texturing and priming the wallpaper then painting over it Kait Palmer says September 2 2011 at 3 09 pm Hah no I have not had to tackle that problem If I ever do I ll be returning here though Kait Palmer s last post Tatum s Fourth Week jL says September 2 2011 at 3 32 pm You are so productive Rachel How awesome I am loving your updates of your progress jL s last post Things That Seem Harder Than They Are Joan says September 2 2011 at 3 36 pm I have used a wallpaper steamer with great success You can usually get one from your local rental store for a minimal fee It also steamed out smelly pet urine stains on hardwood floors in a house that we did bought to flip carrie says September 2 2011 at 3 40 pm Great idea When we moved into this house my son s bedroom had SIX layers of wallpaper outermost being gingham and sunflowers Yikes God bless my husband for tackling all of it carrie s last post Good reads Jill says September 2 2011 at 4 23 pm When we purchased our house ten year ago every room was wallpapered Luckily it is a small house 1000 sf we used a steam wallpaper removal tool a tiger wall paper scratched and a solution of water with vinegar Unfortunately some of the rooms had several layers of painted wallpaper lots of chipping A few years later with our daughter on the way we finally got to our last room of wallpaper removal and realized that many layers of painted wallpaper removal was just to tedious instead we took down the lathe and plaster walls insulated the room which the walls do not have insulation in We live in Ohio and put up drywall In winter her room is the coziest in the house Wish we would have done that in the other rooms although the lathe and plaster rooms have more imperfections and character I don t think I ll ever hang wallpaper And NEVER paint over wallpaper Stephanie says September 2 2011 at 4 25 pm Good golly that brings back unpleasant memories We had to do a whole house like that a few years ago Wish I d known this trick And talk about DRY wall they soaked up the new primer like crazy Stephanie s last post Refreshingly Redundant Watermelon Melon Water Slackerjo says September 2 2011 at 4 30 pm I read somewhere that Downey fabric softner and a wallpaper remover tool does the trick I had to remove 1 wall of ugly clashing wallpaper in my old condo I had to scrap and sand every square inch bit by bit to get it off It took me days After 2 days I had a big pile of little shavings The only one who enjoyed this experience was my brother s dog Hazel who came over and played in the pile of shavings Slackerjo s last post Inside Voice Say It Loud Say it Proud se7en says September 2 2011 at 4 48 pm That is some project that you have taken on I am loving following all your lessons and learning Keep them coming you are doing a great job se7en s last post World Blog Day A Feast of Favorite Blogs LaPriel says September 2 2011 at 6 38 pm Yes I am in the middle of removing a ton of wall paper in a large rambling ranch It can make you want to cry if you don t take it one step at a time 98 of the top layer came off in sheets The two long hall ways with wall paper did not I had to wet the top layer to get it off and then the bottom layer If I was more patient and had applied lots more water it might have come off in one layer There is one room where I am tearing out the sheet rock I don t know what kind of glue they used in there but in large places the top layer under layer and the paper on the sheet rock ripped off It was too much to fix I have removed a ton of wall paper on other houses too Hands down lots of water is the best way The wallpaper remover isn t any better nor is the steamer But I have still had some rooms that resisted coming off except in little pieces Thank heavens it has been a relatively small amount over the years My big problem now is tearing out a tile shower Man they made that thing to last I am going to rent a hammer drill I think that is what they are called to tear it down The tile chisel is just getting it off in small pieces and the sledge hammer can t be used on all of the walls unless I want to have more sheet rock replaced Thanks for your encouragement Rachel says September 3 2011 at 7 01 pm When we took out our tile shower we hired someone and they just took down the whole wall They replaced the old sheetrock with cement board which is much better behind showers LaPriel says September 2 2011 at 6 51 pm Oh and I am not totally convinced the wall paper tiger really does that much to help Be careful not to push too hard with these They can leave little marks all over your wall And for the glue under all of this More water and a scrubbing pad take it off quickly I would wipe the wall right after doing each small area with a wet clean clothe to get the last of the sticky glue off Of course this depends on how much glue you have Most of it can come off with the paper if the water is allowed to soak down to the glue That 10 15 minutes can make a huge difference Dixie Redmond says September 2 2011 at 7 28 pm Sometimes the joy of getting something DONE is worth the cost We paid people to finish painting a room that we were taking forEVER to get to I m an artist I know how to PAINT for goodness sake But time to get it done well that was harder to find than the money It was a great Christmas gift last year Diane Longaberger Lifestyle says September 2 2011 at 7 55 pm Oh my this brings back memories of my recent nightmare With my husband out of work of 2 years we re doing everything we can to bring in money So though I m a good painter I was asked to take down wallpaper which I d never done before and then paint I agreed did all kinds of research and purchased some very expensive removal solution My job was to take down the most perfect beautiful job of wallpaper hanging I ve ever seen Complete with a very deep top border and a picket fence bottom border it was beautiful BUT not only was it put up on unprimed walls it was the glueiest more permanent glue job ever And it didn t matter whether it was wet for a long time or not I would be gently peeling it off the wall and suddenly the drywall paper would come too And then it took 8 additional steps to get the glue residue of the wall so I could paint The room and bath were huge and it took forever Fortunately the homeowner felt sorry for me and gave me an extra 200 Fast forward a few weeks My friend has an 1800 s house her wall paper was put on a lath wall and it came down with just a good soaking of warm water Whew That was a relief I know it s a long story Guess wallpaper brings out latent frustrations tee hee Diane Longaberger Lifestyle s last post Need a food plan for the holiday Check this out Simple Fresh Great eats for Bethany says September 2 2011 at 8 06 pm I have wallpaper to remove too but my walls are primed Still it took quite a while when I removed it in the half bath I was working with a steamer and water since I was pregnant at the time I m wondering if plain water is my best bet for the rest of it Bethany s last post Tomatoes Aimie says September 2 2011 at 8 26 pm Wow that s great info to share thank you We actually just finished doing the very same thing in our daughters bedroom We have lived here 18 months and every time I looked a their sports wallpaper AND border I had to just walk out of their room We actually ended up using a mixture of very warm water and fabric softener and it worked pretty great I did only use a spray bottle but even with such a small spray it was not so bad We found that soaking it really well first was the key but if it soaked for too long then we ended up pulling off drywall yuck I am so thankful to be done with that project and I LOVE the girls room now Thank you for all of your wonderful posts christyb says September 2 2011 at 8 40 pm Oh my You ve opened a can of worms Our 100 year old 1 1 2 story home had layers and LAYERS of wallpaper in every room and on most every ceiling with plaster underneath There were up to 6 layers on the walls and up to 5 layers on ceilings YES CEILINGS of EVERY ROOM It took 13 years but it s finally All Down please please don t look in those 3 random closets shhhhh We just took the very last of it down in the stairwell where a former owner was so nice as to PAINT over the wallpaper sigh We haven t put a lick up ourselves settling on paint What worked for us a little gadget called the Paper Tiger and purchasing a steamer Still took a long time but worked great especially if you have 2 people one to steam and scrape and one to wipe down the sludge left on the plaster afterwards otherwise that sludge dries and is much much harder to remove Highly recommend the steamer route you can rent them too and it s totally worth it Valerie says September 2 2011 at 9 08 pm Ah I love old houses The first time we tried this we killed the walls and just ended up gutting the entire room which we justified by saying now we can insulate The second time the roof leaked and made a very decorative water wall in the foyer Lo and behold the wallpaper peeled off in whole sheets Wonderful And then we fixed the roof Valerie s last post Some school year kickoff inspiration Shelley says September 3 2011 at 3 33 am Yes I knew about really soaking the stuff Living in a 90 year old house there are layers and layers underneath the wallpaper Oddly because the old walls are so imperfect it is the custom here to just paint over wallpaper where ever possible You still have the texture which is in many cases deliberate but in general the wallpaper stays put and protects the walls The bathroom that s a little different Shelley s last post Downtown Minneapolis Rachel P says September 3 2011 at 3 58 am Oh I wish you had shouted out for information because I knew that I could have told you and saved you a headache I learned it from HGTV and then put into practice at a friend s house I love seeing the work you are doing though I m sure it is going to be lovely shris says September 3 2011 at 4 25 am Hi Yep more water and more patience results in less frustration for sure I have removed six different wallpapers from this house in five rooms One room had a layer of painted wallpaper underneath the layer I wanted to get rid of so I removed them both That was not amusing at all but in the end the wallpaper is gone Most of the layers did not require as much water as this last one in the kitchen Some of them came off in the two layer approach One came off almost completely just by tugging on it In the kitchen now there s an underlayer of more wallpaper It might be painted might not hard to tell paper was white Since these walls will later be removed I m on the fence about whether to mess with this underlayer or just paint over it for now I think people who put up wallpaper should have the courtesy to remove it before they sell the house to someone else Wallpaper sucks Living the Balanced Life says September 3 2011 at 7 04 am We have had our own share of drywall nightmares but in a little different context We had contractors who bailed on us in the middle of a remodel The drywall had been hung but not taped or mudded I had to learn how to do those tasks We had to creative with some textured walls to cover my messes Good luck Glad you figured the process out Bernice Living the Balanced Life s last post Is your life a roller coaster ride Megan declutterdaily says September 3 2011 at 8 38 am Wow I didn t realize that you were going to attack all your projects at once Awesome This is really fun to watch Megan declutterdaily s last post Day 203 Wordless Wednesday Sarah says September 3 2011 at 9 16 am Ack Where was this article when we did our kitchen earlier this summer Most of the wallpaper did come up in one big sheet but there was one big section that was unprimed and OH what a pain Oh well we ll know for the rest of the house Rochelle says September 3 2011 at 12 32 pm I know what your going through Eight years ago I worked on removing the wall paper in our house Three rooms and a large staircase Luckily my daughter s room and my bedroom only had one layer of paper and like you said getting it thoroughly wet was the trick The stair case had 2 layers and it took a little longer but both came off fairly easy The dining room was another story It had 2 layers as well and while the first layer came off easy the second wouldn t I used everything I scored the paper with a tool that cut small holes in it our house is over 100 yrs old and has all horse hair plaster so no worries about damaging the acutal wall I used all kinds of chemical removers and even rented a professional wall steamer That wall paper barely budged We eventually drywalled over top of the wall paper after the kids and I graffittied sp on it and it was the best money spent I can honestly admit that I despise wall paper Glad yours came off easily savvysuzy says September 3 2011 at 2 37 pm Kudos to you I don t like wallpaper for that exact reason because it is a chore to clear off the walls Also because it can encourage mildew It s just something I can live without wallpaper Ugggh I see you had to put the dress away while getting grimy gritty with the drywall and all There s a time place for everything Tasmanian Minimalist says September 3 2011 at 4 45 pm The best time we ever did this was when I was a kid My dad and me wrote in pencil on the wall under where the wall paper was going Years later when we re papered in a more up to date style all our little messages came to light as we took the old paper off It wasa very bonding experience Tasmanian Minimalist s last post De Cluttering My Closet So Only Biker Chick Rock Chick Boho Chick Remains Brenda says September 3 2011 at 6 05 pm Our last house my dream house had wallpaper from the 70 s on many of the walls The worst was my son s room which had wallpaper applied over latex paint which had been applied over oil based paint What a nightmare The paper and the latex beneath it both came up in little rubbery 1 bits We used a steamer but even then it took forever Brenda s last

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  • DIY: How to Prune Small Trees and Shrubs - Small Notebook
    cook hole digger trash collector food server gift shop cashier mower and on days when they couldn t find anyone else to help I was even known to head to the ropes course lake to harness people up for rock climbing repelling zipline Those were the days I don t want to relive Oh yes I did three summers at a Christian camp in the mountains of E TN and I learned a lot Re tree trimming great ideas and I m totally going to go check out what all This Old House has to say about the subject I love their magazines Carrie s last post Thankful For 451 460 Kait Palmer says July 1 2011 at 3 26 pm Any recommendations on the best time to prune My mom and dad were disagreeing over that now that they actually have a few fruit trees to prune And you gotta love odd camp jobs I think my most memorable was getting to clean up barf from a girl who had taken a dare and drank a full cup of Ranch dressing not pretty Kait Palmer s last post Week 36 Birth Centers and Water Births Megan says July 1 2011 at 6 25 pm Odd camp jobs indeed Kait my experience was similar to yours I worked at a local aquatic center and one of my jobs was to make sure the locker rooms were kept clean Well one day a little girl came up to me and told me that she had just barfed in the shower She then proceeded to run away leaving me to clean a shower floor full of macaroni noodles and hot dog pieces Yuck Lauren says July 1 2011 at 3 32 pm Hahaha have I ever worked at a summer camp I STILL work at a summer camp Year round staff for the win Lauren s last post 34 The Particular Sadness of Lemon Cake by Aimee Bender Notch Stephanie says July 1 2011 at 4 36 pm That was a super helpful diagram I can totally see at a glance what to do Your post was timely we were just pruning the crabapple in our front yard today It s got an awful habit from decades of neglect not ours but we re doing what we can to make it healthy and pretty again Stephanie s last post Bake It Hot Eat It Cold Kariann says July 1 2011 at 7 52 pm I didn t go to or work at any summer camps but I am a new believer in pruning It s hard to chop away at something that appears to be doing just fine but it s the right thing to do Have faith Your bush or tree will be better for it If you commit to native plants in your yard garden most will survive pruning at any time of year Take care of them after good waterings etc and they ll pay you back I love

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  • How to Make Baby Pants from a Wool Sweater
    also make gloves mittens an iPod cover a reusable drink sleeve this is next up for me and more Martha has some ideas and all wool or even cashmere sweaters are so easy to find at thrift stores Have fun renee FIMBY says December 14 2010 at 6 35 am Do you really want to know all the cool stuff you can make from felted wools sweaters My list of things I want to make from wool sweaters is just way too long but here s one project for the holidays that a reader shared with me http juststrollinalong blogspot com 2010 10 handmade holiday grab bag html Happy felting renee FIMBY s last post As we come into Spring the Beth says December 14 2010 at 7 05 am So cute I keep thinking about making these mug sleeves http tenthmusestudios wordpress com 2009 09 30 an upcycled sweater project beverage sleeve and coasters I never remember these when I have free time but last year I thought they d make great gifts for this year Oh well maybe next year Living the Balanced Life says December 14 2010 at 7 38 am Oh how very cool I am not crafty but my daughter with children is so I will have to share this with her Bernice Living the Balanced Life s last post How to lose the negativity Jessicah says December 14 2010 at 8 38 am The green pants are adorable Too bad I m completely uncrafty and I don t own any wool sweaters actually Amy says December 14 2010 at 8 46 am These are so cute I ve been wanting to make some clothes for my little boy but all the patterns I see at the craft store are girly dresses This gives me some ideas though Thanks Amy s last post Grandma Pierces Christmas Cookies Kim McCallie says December 14 2010 at 9 00 am I admire people who can sew My mother grandmother and aunts made their livings as seamstresses but unfortunately I didn t inherit the gene The pants are adorable I ll be on the lookout for some cheap wool sweaters just in case I get inspired to try it out Surely I can make a scarf or pillow Until then I ll stick to the kitchen Kim McCallie s last post Gooseberry Patch Review Homestyle in a Hurry priest s wife says December 14 2010 at 11 01 am I m loving these ideas no more late night movies for me time to sew Tricia says December 14 2010 at 12 12 pm Gorgeous pants I LOVE sewing with felted wool I can never find enough thrifted jumpers Some of my favourite creations have been toys for gifts I ve made a fairy house chickens and a play sandwich I tried making some slippers They are amazingly comfy and warm but look rather weird My favorite gift from my husband is some felted wool oven mitts he made for

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