Tagged: June

Photo recipe for 8 perfect summer popsicles, including these watermelon beauties! 0

Perfect Summer Popsicles

  Recently I got this YUMMY looking infographic for perfect summer popsicles from Readers.com. I’ll be honest, whether I make popsicles or buy them depends very much on the day. I do both and...

From a water bottle to a recipe a list of six things that I am just loving this week! 0

6 Things I’m LOVING Right Now

I wanted to share a little sneak peek into my life with a feature about 6 things I’m loving this week. In no particular order here are six things I am just loving right...

Picnics are the ultimate in family fun! Relax and enjoy one! 0

Six Ways to Have Family Fun

I want to start encouraging my readers to relax, enjoy themselves, and stress a little less. Try some hobbies you’ve always wanted. Experiment. Be free. So to do that I’m going to start a...

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Just call me Sunbonnet Sue

I’ve said when I introduced this issue that I LOVE a sunbonnet. Possibly as much as I love a granny square poncho. (Remember, I’ve also said I was born in the wrong decade.) I...

1950s Open Crochet Medallion 0

1950s Open Crochet Medallion

(Free Pattern Below!) The crochet motif in the June issue was interesting to me. The original photo didn’t show the entire piece as being crochet. It looked almost like they were sewn together in...

Easy three ingredient frozen strawberry treat! --My Workbasket 0

Three Ingredient Frozen Strawberry Treat

The June 1952 issue of the Workbasket had a section on using strawberries and one thing that intrigued me was the “Frozen Treat,” so when strawberries went on sale I knew what I was...

Every week I discuss what I'm working on how it's going and what I'm up to. --My Workbasket 0

Weekly Workbasket- June 18

Hello! My last Weekly Workbasket was late, and probably made it clear that I was a bit frazzled. My plans for June both completely changed and really snuck up on me, so I went...

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It’s June, 1952

If you picked up this issue on the News Stand (I assume it was sold there) you may also have just bought hamburger meat at 53 cents a pound, and dropped off your $80...