Blueberry and Honey Wellness Pops for Kids

Blueberry-Honey-Wellness-Pops_on Pretty PrudentThis is the kid-friendly version of wellness pops because they are oh so sweet and delicious. I like to think of them as the farm-to-table version of Pedialyte popsicles. They are made with coconut water for hydration, blueberries for anti-oxidants and Vitamin C, and soothing honey for sore throats.

Find out how to make Blueberry and Honey Wellness Pops after the jump…

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Lemon, Ginger, and Cayenne Wellness Pops

Lemon, Ginger, and Cayenne Wellness Pops | Pretty PrudentWe were handed a nice dose of sniffles, sore throats, and fevers this past week – it’s been a blast. Whenever I move to a new place I’m usually sick off and on all year long, does that happen to you too? Since I’m expecting this to be the first of many colds, I started mixing up wellness pops. This first batch of Lemon, Ginger, and Cayenne Wellness Pops was a total success. The lemon, ginger, and coconut milk boost the immune system, cayenne gives a kick to fight the sniffles, and turmeric and honey are soothing on sore throats.

Find out how to make Lemon, Ginger, and Cayenne Wellness Pops after the jump…

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Fabric Friday

Fabric FridaySince last week’s knit fabric was such a hit, we are sticking with the theme by giving away this printed knit fabric today – Monaluna for Birch Organic Fabrics, Circa 52, KNIT, Space Rockets. I’ve had the urge to make a few spring dresses for my niece lately, and think this fabric would be so cute for the Racerback Dress. If there are any leftovers I could whip up a Summer Sunsuit too. What would you make with this fabric?

Enter for the chance to win one yard of Monaluna for Birch Organic Fabrics, Circa 52, KNIT, Space Rockets, and find out who won last week’s Fabric Friday after the jump…

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How to Decorate Cookies with Flowers

How-to-Decorate-Cookies-with-FlowersSpring in the Pacific Northwest has been absolutely incredible so far. There are tulips and daffodils in full bloom, bright pink petals sprinkle the sidewalks like confetti, and trees that were once bare are now covered in blossoms. Needless to stay, I’m itching to craft with flowers again. About two years ago I made candied rose petals with Jaime for Valentine’s Day. This tutorial uses a very similar technique, however, instead of roses I used spring pansies and marigolds. They are a beautiful way to decorate simple sugar cookies for your next spring party.

Learn How to Decorate Cookies with Flowers after the jump…

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