Monday, October 26, 2015

Supplies Week - A Christmas Countdown



This week is Supplies Week. With the lists you made last week, next we will inventory the non-perishable supplies we need for crafting, baking, wrapping, and decorating.

Last week was crazy busy around our house. It is a relief to look at this next week and see nothing much planned.

But last week was successful in finishing up a number of projects, such as cleaning up the flower beds and making applesauce. I'm excited to do some fall projects now - such as organizing the children's winter clothing and sewing.

Here are some links for this week.

Prepare - Supplies Week  - read last year's post for inspiration

Supplies Worksheet  - free printable

What are your goals for the week? Does fall find you enjoying the last day's outdoors or indoor projects?

5 comments :

  1. One of my major goals for this week I to can the last of my pasta sauce and then give the kitchen a good cleaning after all the canning and dehydrating for the winter and early spring. I also need to finish covering our raised beds, feed and wrap the fruit trees. By the end of the week I hope to start working on a few Christmas items for family baskets.

    On another note I ran across an interesting quit idea that I thought that you might be interested in exploring. The site provides instructions for creating a growth chart that can be updated and then given to a child when they reach adulthood or saved by the parents. The project can be found at http://thelongthread.com/?p=7952

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    1. Thanks for the link - I want to try it out.

      My kitchen too is in need of attention after canning season!
      Gina

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  2. I am in the same club..the" clean the kitchen after canning club" ! I am still planning on canning some potatoes soon,but then I think it's done(unless we get some venison). I am sorting out some Christmas sewing projects that I hope to start sooner than later. We are having a fall party for our grandkids on Friday evening,so I have to prepare some treats for that. The only other big plan is to get a turkey for Thanksgiving. My oldest son and I have a tradition of cooking it in my wood cookstove. It is fun,but it also makes me thankful that I don't have to do that everyday!!

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  3. Its been a while since I stopped by and visited people in blog land and already thought I was doing good on the Harvesting of Fall and getting some canning done and Oh my goodness you start talking Christmas count down.. Your killing me girl.. lol.. Anyhow I cant believe how much there is to catch up on your blog.. you have done quite a bit these past couple of months.

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  4. Thank you for this idea! I made a list a couple weeks ago when I saw your first post and last night went out and purchased most of our needed Christmas gifts, food and craft supplies. I am excited to enjoy this year more then last - it is never fun taking the long drive to town during the cold weather with young kids because I have forgotten something! It is also nice to have a list of certain crafts and goodies that we will accomplish instead of searching online at the last minute. What a great idea :)

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