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Friday, April 9, 2010

FREE-GIVE-WAY It's a spring fling!

This will be our new spring give-a-way! "The Heart And Hand Collection book, written by MYSELF and my good friend Beth! But there is a catch this time. You must be a follower of the blog and in the comment section under this post click on it and list your favorite things! This will give me the opportunity to learn about all of you and I may pick up some titles of some great books and movies! So it's a trade this time. The drawing will be in the weeks to come. So c'mon lets have fun with this, sign up and leave a list of your favorite things. If you have trouble doing so on the blog page and its impossible for you to sign up, facebook your favorite things to me on my wall or e-mail me! By signing up you can follow the blog and look for the next free give-a-way. This book is for everyone, not just a fiber book, a craft/cooking/gift giving and more book. Read the description below. Drop me a line if you have any questions.



****************Simplicity at it's best********************


This is a book put together by two friends. Myself and a good friend that I share a lot of common interest with Beth.Its a back to basic book filled with ideas from the heart.

We met years ago and found that we had a lot in commom such as colleting baskets, cooking, quilting, knitting, gardenting and just about anything that had to do with hand made. In 1994 we decided to share our ideas so the Heart and hand Collection was born and copyrighted. Filled with family recipes that are wonderful yet fast and spimple with mostly few ingrediants, gift giving how too's and ideas, hints such as energy and cleaning tips.

Its really a back to basics book, to simplify your life. Everything in the book comes from family members passed down, friends, or Beth and myself.

Included are a couple of authentic Amish hardy recipes from my very good Amish friends from PA.

Its a book of love from our hands to yours.

Some of the recipes included are:
Dill garlic basil vinegar
Southern Barbeque sauce
Chocolate bread
cornmeal pancakes
brown sugar syrup for pancakes
whoopie pie
herbal pork chops
chicken delight

Also are gift giving ideas from the home such as:
simple bath oils
wrapping paper
cinnamon cut outs
spicey mixed nuts
finger paints
playdough
pomander balls
simple potpourris
AND SO MUCH MORE!

Included are conversion charts, substitution charts,
simpliefied measuring charts,
Commom cause of failure in baking suggestions
meet cut charts and more

This little book filled with BIG ideas is a great book for your own home or as a gift to a special friend.

Everything included is fast easy and wonderful!

5 comments:

Sandy McDonough said...

Pam: DCTF is so awesome. I am sorry I haven't visited - too selfish with my time and too dogged out. Want to buy book. I have Sammy yarn I will bring for you to see along with one of my producers. I will keep dog in truck so not to interfere with your beasts.

Favorites: Puppy born into my hands; puppy breath; spring sunrise; daffodils; smell of earth after rain; middle of the woods all alone; ethnic recipes; my fibre friends; all my Samoyeds

Sandy McDonough

Pams Fiber from Dream Come True Farm said...

My dear friend Sandy, I have now learned a world of things about you.Puppy breath is the best. You have reminded me of another favorite of mine. Hope that I do see you here on the farm soon. Pam

Riverwood Primitives said...

Please count me in! Some of my favorite things: dogs and cats, chocolate chip cookies, primitive dolls, dusty antique shops, the beach and sci-fi movies. Hope I win!

Kim said...

newly delivered baby anythings esp lambs & kids & calves, line-dried sheets, the smell of silage, a freshly cleaned barn

katuller2 said...

snuggling, candles, babies in footy pajamas, smiling eyes, dimples, children laughing, reading under a warm blanket on a rainy or snowy day, hiking or riding the quads in Vermont, riding on the back of the motorcycle, sitting on the boat on the lake, contentment, hearing birds chirping and thinking of my grandmother, apple crisp, chilling with the family on Friday nights, being snowed in, the smell of the woodstove, old doors, photos, camping, the beach, race cars, waking up on my own (no alarm or kids), family and friends, my job (most of the time), dancing, music, running, fresh bread, cooking, laughing...I could go on and on!!