Thursday, January 23, 2014

Valentine's Day Printables and Gift Ideas - My Contributor Post for Teal & Lime

I have been following a fabulous DIY blog, Teal & Lime, for well over a year now.  Jackie's stuff is just so amazing ... I'm secretly jealous of her modern style, creative ideas and fabulously beautiful home.  Recently, I was selected by Jackie to be a monthly contributor on her blog as she branches out to include other home-centered topics on Teal & Lime.  My posts there will focus on "Kitchen Made Simple" ideas.  I'll be sharing there each month throughout the upcoming year.  I'll be sure to post on Joyously Domestic's Facebook page and here on the blog each month when I have a new guest post up on her blog.

For my first contributor post, I decided to have some fun with some Valentine's Day printables and gift ideas.  I didn't want to go the traditional route of candy and processed sweets, however, so I came up with some unique ideas that I think are a lot of fun.


I'd love for you to hop on over to Jackie's blog and take a look at my first contributor post.  While you're there, be sure to check out her amazing work and be sure to keep an eye out for posts from the other new contributors.  Follow along with her on Facebook, Pinterest or Twitter if you'd like, too.  I just know you'll fall in love with her style and creativity as much as I have. 

 
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6 comments :

  1. Oh wow. So in love with the Honey Bee Gift idea.I use Honey a lot,and as a matter of fact had it as favors for my wedding.

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    1. Thank you, Jodie. I love the idea of using honey for favors like you did! And, thank you for stopping by! :)

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  2. I love it.This Valentine's Day gift is practically excessively simple!Simply perfect products and place them in a beautiful box brimming with merry crinkle paper and you have one stunning gift!Honey bee Valentine's Day gift is simplicity getting it done!Have a great day.
    --Sandra Allen.

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  3. Quick question, the butcher I purchased my roast from only had a 4.5 lbs roast. Do I need to increase the ingredients (broth, potatoes, etc) and cooking time? Thanks!

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    1. I think you may have posted on the wrong post, but you should be fine with that size roast and keeping everything else according to the recipe. :)

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  4. I know this was posted years ago but I have to say This recipe has turned into a family favorite! Easy and absolutely delicious! Thank you for sharing great addition to my recipe box! :-)

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