11. The smell of a Christmas tree. I walk by and whiff the thing so many times a day, I fear my autoimmune system is going to kick out a Christmas tree allergy one of these days.
By Heather Sanders I enjoy the Christmas season for several reasons, but one of my favorite traditions is sitting and staring at the Christmas Tree decorated with all the ornaments we’ve collected through the years.
Today, because Christmas is a week away, I’m giving away 2 sets of this Le Creuset cookware in this lovely “Palm” color, which I’m madly in love with.
The girls and I went outside for approximately twelve minutes yesterday to snap some photos just when the light was right.
I use these white casserole dishes all, all, all, all, all, all the time. Have I mentioned all the time?
And the gift guides continue! This exceedingly handy gift guide for hunter-fisher types was written by my friend Melanie/Big Mama for her own blog recently.
It’s that time of year again: Time to have an excuse to eat bread rolled up with all kinds of sweet, gooey stuff, baked, and topped with some kind of glaze or icing.
By Heather Sanders Last week when searching for some last minute Christmas add-ons for Kenny, I found two different items I thought would make great stocking stuffers.
This was taken a few years ago and was part of our Christmas card in 2007 or 1994 or 2008 or something like that.
My good friend, blogger and author Sophie Hudson (also known as BooMama) has written a great gift guide for teenage girls, with whom she gets to regularly interact through her teaching job.
This is one of my favorite recipes from my holiday cookbook, and I also made them (albeit in different shapes) on my recent Food Network Christmas special.
It’s the last boot giveaway. Hope you’ve all had a fun time! I think I saved the best for last. For the last giveaway, I’m giving away two pairs of these absolutely stunning Old Gringo Tela Elaina from Country Outfitter.
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Only two more boot giveaways! Last week I kicked off my Twelve Days of Boots giveaways leading up to Christmas.
By Heather Sanders About nine months ago, Meredith became interested in different types of nail art. Her first exposure to it was from Emelie, our oldest, but Emelie’s interest in nails didn’t go very far–giving way to an obsession with vibrant hair color and mixed media art.
Only three more giveaways! Last week I kicked off my Twelve Days of Boots giveaways leading up to Christmas.
Last week I kicked off my Twelve Days of Boots giveaways leading up to Christmas. Every day for the next four days, I’ll be giving away a different pair of cute cowgirl boots.
Christmas is coming and peppermint is everywhere, so I wanted to share a small handful of my favorite peppermint recipes here on The Pioneer Woman Cooks!
This photo reminds me of my mother-in-law. You see, when I was planning the Cowboy Christmas Party that was featured on Food Network last weekend, I knew I wanted the party to be homey and familiar, not sleek and elegant, because sleek and elegant generally doesn’t work around here.
This week I kicked off my Twelve Days of Boots giveaways leading up to Christmas! Every day for the next five days, I’ll be giving away a different pair of boots.