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October 22, 2014

DIY Wood Pallet Picture Holder + Giveaway

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Now that fall is in full swing, bring a bit of rustic decor into your home by making a DIY Wood Pallet Picture Holder from this crafty book, DIY Wood Pallet Projects: 35 Rustic Modern Upcycling Ideas to Personalize Your Space. This simple project would also make the perfect holiday gift for friends and family. Today we are going to be sharing this fun project, along with giving away a copy of this new book!

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Included inside DIY Wood Pallet Projects: 35 Rustic Modern Upcycling Ideas to Personalize Your Space are a variety of projects for your home, including this Advent calendar.

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While you have your pallets out, you can also make Jaime’s pretty Pallet Daybed.

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Find out how to make the Wood Pallet Picture Holder and enter for the chance to win a copy of DIY Wood Pallet Projects: 35 Rustic Modern Upcycling Ideas to Personalize Your Space after the jump…

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October 21, 2014

The Simplest Pumpkin Spice Scones

Pumpkin Spice Scone Recipe

Make these for breakfast (or dinner, or midnight snack) right now. Kevin’s Famous Scones is one of our most enduring popular recipes on Pretty Prudent (for over five years!). I’ve added a little pumpkin spice to it for the holidays and I can say, ’tis delicious.

Pumpkin Spice Scone Recipe

These are not your standard dry coffee shop scones. These are moist, scrumptious, and easy to make. Get our easy-peasy pumpkin spice scone recipe after the jump… (more…)

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October 20, 2014

5 Kid Foodie Classes to Recreate at Home

IMG_8654The Generations Resort on Mexico’s Riviera Maya lives up to Karisma’s spectacular culinary reputation. As their guests, Clare, Quinn and I ate fabulous all-inclusive meals basically non-stop but the foodie wonderland didn’t stop there. Generations’ already phenomenal kids club, Eko Kids, just launched a new program, Little Eko Chefs,  where children 4-12 will be treated to hands-on cooking classes designed just for the littles, and celebrating the tastes and traditions both of this region of Mexico and all over the world. grinding cornWe had the opportunity to try all of the lessons, joined by Master Chef Jr, Alexander Weiss, and had such a blast that I want to share how you can recreate these foodies classes right at home. Of course, if you ever have the chance for the kids to try them on the Mayan Riviera, while you relax by your private balcony’s lap pool, that would work too.

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All do-it-yourself activities involve risk. None of our projects are tested for child or infant safety. Use at your own risk. Although photos may represent children using our products, these images are for entertainment only. Although the editors have made every effort to ensure accuracy, the reader remains responsible for the selection and use of tools, supplies, and methods. Obey local laws, follow manufacturers' instructions, observe safety precautions, and use common sense.

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