Thursday, December 29, 2011
I am posting a new aviator hat today. This one is solid colored. It would be great for an adult and don't forget the photo props for babies!
Also, there are two hairbows posted. These are the only two "Winter Wonderland" hairbows I have. They are $5.00 each. They are on clips so you can attach them to a headband, beanie (shown on the snowball beanie), or worn alone. Leave a comment if you are interested or email me: email@example.com
As always, thank you for stopping by the blog!
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Wednesday, December 28, 2011
Have a very Happy New Year!
Tuesday, December 27, 2011
I will be making new items and posting throughout the week! Here is one version of the new Aviator hat that I have made! I will be posting a boy version as well.
This hat is made with red yarn and white chenille yarn. Included on the hat are two heart shaped buttons. These hats can be made for any size from infant to adult and in any color.
Monday, December 26, 2011
The boot cuffs are 8 inches long. Slip them under your boot or rainboot. They can be worn upright or flipped over the edge of your boot. They are $10.00 a pair unless it is a special pattern or yarn ordered.
If you would like to place an order, leave a comment below this post or email me: firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday, December 24, 2011
Friday, December 23, 2011
If you would like to place an order for January, you will receive 10% off the order. You can order by sending me an email: email@example.com or leave a comment below.
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Thursday, December 22, 2011
I hope everyone has a very safe holiday and if you are from the hood: you know... the motherhood, fatherhood, etc. that you find joy in the little things this Christmas.
I appreciate each and every one of you that have visited the blog, placed and order, left a comment, and have become a friend through Goosie and Boomer. Thank you to each of you!
As a thank you, please remember that you will receive 10% off any orders placed for January!
Wednesday, December 21, 2011
We had a cheap 3 legged decorator table. You know, the $10 side table for your bed? Well... the legs disappeared. So we had a $10 table top ;).
Throw it away? We could have or....
I could spray paint ;). If you know me well, you know I love to spray paint. This time: Chalkboard paint. I primed the top with two coats of primer and then sprayed about 3 coats of chalkboard paint. I let it set for approximately 2 days and then "primed" it with chalk. After you spray anything with chalkboard paint you should rub the entire surface with chalk to "prime" it. Then wash it completely.
I leave message on this board for our kids all the time. It sits on the sideboard in our living room. If you really want the chalk on there for a while with out smugging, use chalk pens. They are work every dime.
For Christmas, I used my cricut cutter and cut an "X" out of a cereal box, covered it with glue, and then used glitter to cover it. Then, I used the chalkboard pen to leave a message.
Tuesday, December 20, 2011
Stir together a cup of sifted powdered sugar with water, a teaspoon at a time (2 to 3 total), until it is the consistency of a thin glaze. Dip half of marshmallow in glaze, lightly shaking to remove excess. Roll glazed end of marshmallows in finely crushed candy canes or peppermint candies. Place on waxed paper/parchment paper coated side up to set. Thread on skewers and serve.
Monday, December 19, 2011
Last year my husband and I decided that we would try to find a shutter to display our Christmas cards. In actuality, we did not have a very difficult time finding an old shutter. It was painted a dark green with a great many chips on the paint. I took a wire brush and removed the chips of paint and then rubbed some red paint over the shutter in various places. We used clothes pins to attach the cards. This year I used gold and silver for our decorations so I took the clothes pins and did the following:
cover one side of the clothes pins with glue then sprinkle glitter and allow to dry for several hours. I used Martha Stewart glitter. Now, you are good to go for your Christmas card display!
(We found our old shutter at an antique shop. I have seen them at flea markets and thrift stores as well)
Sunday, December 18, 2011
Saturday, December 17, 2011
(1 Rolo + 1 Pretzel + 1 Pecan Halve = 1 Treat)
Preheat oven to 250 degrees and line a cookie sheet with foil. Place pretzels flat on the foil-lined cookie sheet. Place 1 Rolo on each pretzel. Place in oven for 4-5 minutes or until Rolos become soft. Immediately after removing pretzels from oven, place a pecan halve on each Rolo and very lightly press down to spread chocolate/caramel over pretzel. Let stand or place in refrigerator until chocolate/caramel hardens.
Friday, December 16, 2011
(please remember that all photos are copyrighted)
I thought I would repost this recipe for those looking for more easy ideas. It is cheap and easy week here at Goosie and Boomer! My goal in this post is to show you how to make Peppermint Bark at the FRACTION of the cost of what Williams-Sonoma is offering it for this year... 1lb. $26.50 not including shipping.
I have been making this for years and we love it! I do not put the milk chocolate on the bottom because I make a marbled toasted almond bark, also. If you like, I can post those instructions as well.
What you will need for this project:
one microwave safe bowl
1 to 2 tablespoons of oil
two bags of white chocolate chips
1 box of candy canes crushed
a foil lined cookie sheet
Place the chips into the microwave safe bowl and add oil. Microwave at 30 sec. intervals, stirring each time until smooth.
Pour chocolate onto foil lined sheet and spread evenly.
Tap the cookie sheet on the table to remove air bubbles.
Sprinkle the candy canes over the chocolate... evenly.
Tap the cookie sheet again to set the candy canes into the chocolate.
Place in the refridgerator on a flat area for approx. 40 minutes.
Take out after 40 minutes... peel the foil away and now the fun part...
The point is to have radomly broken pieces! So... have fun!
I hope you find these informative and I WILL post about bows soon but it so fun to create and SAVE MONEY, too :)
Thursday, December 15, 2011
You will need the following:
2 lbs salted dry-roasted peanuts
4 oz. German's sweet chocolate
1 12oz. package semisweet chocolate chips
2 1/2 lbs. white almond bark
100 mini cupcake papers
Do the following:
1. Put the peanuts in the bottom of a 4-Quart slow cooker. Layer the chocolate over the peanuts, beginning with the sweet chocolate, followed by the chips, and then the almond bark. Set the temperature on low and cook for 3 hours. Do not stir the mixture.
2. After 3 hours, stir the mixture until smooth. Drop the candy into mini cupcake papers. Allow the candy to cool completely before storing.
Merry Christmas!!!! Enjoy! Another easy idea (only this recipe is all over the internet so I can't take the credit!)
Wednesday, December 14, 2011
Pour some of the epsom salts in the bottom of the jar, drop in a tea light and ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh... automatic Winter decor! It's an easy week here at Goosie and Boomer Bowtique!
Tuesday, December 13, 2011
Now, here's the trick... leave it on the counter all night. There is nothing else to do but put up your feet and relax. In the morning, tap out the molds and you have sugar cubes! Put them in an airtight container or some baggies for gifts along with some coffee or tea and you have a gift. These make great party favors, also. How simple! Water, sugar, molds, and wait! Happy Holidays!
Saturday, December 10, 2011
Thursday, December 8, 2011
Things have been busy! Check out a couple of special orders!
Tuesday, December 6, 2011
Giveaway announcement! These are the "rules": a. If you "like" Goosie and Boomer Bowtique FB page, you are already entered. Any new "likes" are given an entry! b. Go to the Goosie and Boomer Bowtique blog, leave a comment under one of the three hats to be given away, you will be given another entry. c. Place an order this week, you will be given 5 entries. What you will win: you will get to choose one of the following: a snowball beanie, a santa beanie, or a peppermint twist in any size you desire. The giveaway ends Saturday, December 10th at 8 a.m. Good luck!!!!!
Sunday, December 4, 2011
The above picture is a project I worked on for our family. I love all the subway art and various personalized canvas that you see in the stores and online. Here is my version :).
Don't forget to leave a comment on the blog so that you can receive an extra entry in the giveaway! Thank you for stopping by! I appreciate each and every one of you!
Saturday, December 3, 2011
Look for the hats on this blog: Peppermint Twist, Santa hat, or the Snowball and leave a comment under your favorite! Tell me why you would want to win that hat!
Friday, December 2, 2011
Check out the new Peppermint Twist beanie! It has it all! STRIPES, BRAIDS, A SMALL CUFF AT THE BOTTOM AND A POM POM ON TOP! I am going to host another giveaway tomorrow! Hint: get over to the Goosie and Boomer Facebook page and "like" it!
Thank you for stopping by!
Thursday, December 1, 2011
I will be posting more and more holiday items! Check out the "Santa Baby" hat! If you need a special order or are interested in a hat you see here, please email me: firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a comment below this post. Thank you for stopping by!
Saturday, November 19, 2011
Friday, November 18, 2011
I had a wonderful lady order three beanies. She wanted silver, snowflakes and some white. The order was one for mom, one for daughter and one for an 18" doll. I love how the yarn with silver thread transformed these beanies! Each beanie included a bow with a clippie. Enjoy!
Wednesday, November 16, 2011
Every cute head needs a cute panda! Please leave a comment or email me for an order: email@example.com
The Panda hat is made of pom poms, felt and wiggly eyes (you can do with or without them. Thank you for stopping by the blog! Comments are ALWAYS welcome!