Pickled Blackberries

Homemade Pickled Blackberries | The Evermine Blog | www.evermine.com

A few weeks ago, my friend Lindsay and I went out to my grandma’s to pick blackberries. Blackberries are my all-time favorite berry and I came home with 12 pints! I made a pie and some delicious blackberry syrup. While looking for other ways to use up my precious berries, I came across this recipe… 

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Dry Erase To-Do List

DIY Dry-Erase To-Do List using Evermine's Woodland Owl labels {www.evermine.com}

Paper lists that clutter up my desk or get soiled in the garden are finally a thing of the past! I always have a “To Do” list — or several — on the go, and I was getting a bit tired of using a messy, dirty notebook. Using a simple glass-front frame from the dollar… 

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Back to School with Evermine

Back to School with Evermine | www.evermine.com

It’s that time of year again – the beginning of the school season! Luckily, not only do we have an entire section of our blog dedicated to school recipes, craft projects and kid’s party ideas, but we now offer a brand new collection of back to school products to help keep your young scholar organized… 

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Easy Homemade BBQ Sauce Favors

Easy Homemade BBQ Sauce Favors | The Evermine Blog | www.evermine.com

A community summer BBQ always boasts great food, so as a favor for all our guests, I decided to make my favorite (and easy!) homemade BBQ sauce as a take-home gift. This BBQ sauce is simple and delicious, and pleases all tastes. All you need to do is mix and pour into mini bottles and… 

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July Facebook Photo Contest Winner!

Evermine's Facebook Monthly Photo Contest - Enter to win! {www.evermine.com}

Congratulation Renee Cuevas for winning our July photo contest! Renee submitted her photo through the photo contest app on our Facebook page, and with 27 votes her image took first place for the month of July, earning her a $50 dollar coupon from Evermine! Here’s what Renee writes about her photo: Photo Title: Ashley’s Showers… 

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DIY Wood-Burned Salad Servers

DIY Wood-Burned Salad Servers

This project comes with a warning. Not that wood burning pen tools are very hot and can burn you (although that is true and worth remembering). Not that your finished project needs special care (it doesn’t). No, the warning is that wood burning is addictive! Once you get the hang of it, you are going… 

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Homemade Camp Cookies

Homemade Camp Cookies #diy #recipe

What was the one thing that my son asked for during his one-month summer outdoor adventure camp? Homemade cookies! Not just ANY cookies, but the ones I bake with love, like a mother does for her child who is backpacking through the wilderness, sleeping under the stars… dreaming of my cookies! How can a Jewish… 

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DIY Homemade Taco Seasoning

DIY Homemade Taco Seasoning

Confession – I am a nutrition fact label junkie. Now that I am a Mom, I am constantly reading food labels when I go grocery shopping and I am “that person” who stands and reads every label before throwing it into my cart. I am always trying to select the least processed foods to feed… 

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DIY Seed Organizer

DIY Seed Organizer with Personalized Labels from Evermine {www.evermine.com}

I’m one of those gardeners who buys more seeds than I can find space for in my garden, particularly when a pack comes with ten thousand seeds inside! Even if I manage to plant all of the seeds, the leftover package contains a lot of useful information that I like to keep handy. Seed envelopes… 

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DIY Candy Gift Bags

DIY Candy Gift Bags for Kids

So, making candy gift bags for 100 children is more than a good dose of a sweet tooth. These frosted tin-tie bags add to the fun of the party as they give a soft hint as to the delightful treats that hide inside. Soft shadows of candy sticks, gum balls and sour sticks look beautiful… 

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