In the blogging world, I learn so much from you all. Everything from how to do a new task on my computer, to building things from scratch. I figured it was time I give back. Every week I am pinning my heart out on Pinterest, and sharing things I find on Facebook, but rarely share what I find interesting here, so I thought this would be a good weekly post. I hope you find something that interests you too :)
BlogBooker - a free online service that will turn your blog into a pdf book. I tried it with this blog, and in about 5 minutes, I had a great pdf. It does include any photos you have within your posts, and lists linked items as footnotes to each post, but will not include videos.
DIY Washing Machine - If you do not visit Modern Day Redneck's blog on a weekly basis (at least!), you should. He is very creative, and I love his newest setup, an off grid washing machine. Definitely bookmark his site and look around, he has a lot to offer (don't miss the posts on his solar bath house).
Free Pressure Canning Manual - Living Prepared has shared a link to a free All-American manual on pressure canning. I bought an All-American finally, but this manual didn't come with it...wonder why? This is in a pdf format, so easy to download and print.
Strawberry Tower - No real instructions, just the basic idea, but wouldn't be too hard. I could see using this for other plants that like to spread out, like peas or cukes too.
52 Jar Method - This is a group of posts at Chef Tess Bakeresse's blog, for "meals in a jar"....Meals you can store in canning jars for quite a long time. Lots of recipes.
Watermelon Sorbet - My daughter and I LOVE watermelon in the summer. This looks like an easy recipe to accomplish, and much healthier than ice cream.
Milk Can Table - How stinking cute is this!! It would be so simple to do, and you can always find one of those old cans at a flea market or yard sale. Definitely on my list of projects for the future.
Well, that should keep you all busy for a little while :). If you are interested in seeing more of what I "collect" in the way of ideas and plans for the future, feel free to follow me on Pinterest.