Rebranding As Girl Unfurled

Rebranding As Girl Unfurled | The Homemade Creative

You may be wondering why I haven’t been around much this summer, and sadly you’ll have to keep wondering a little longer. A lot has happened in the past few months, and I want to tell you about it, but I need to take care of some business first. I’m rebranding my blog! The Homemade [...]

Gorgeous Nail Art By Cynthia At Polished Hair And Nails

Gorgeous Nail Art By Cynthia At Polished Hair And Nails | The Homemade Creative

*I receive free salon services from Cynthia, based on referrals.* I have an admission —-> I hate going to the salon. Don’t get me wrong, I love being pampered as much as the next guy! But I enter any salon riddled with terror that I’m going to walk back out with ruined hair. I have [...]

Grab A Little Glitter With A Felt Noir Discount

Grab A Little Glitter With Felt Noir + Discount | The Homemade Creative

*I will receive a thank you item for sharing this post with you.* So, I may rarely find myself in a position to indulge in sparkly whatsits, but that doesn’t mean I don’t love to look at them. And offered the chance to get something pretty at a discount? You bet I’m on that, if [...]

Introducing The Mabel Dress By The Ollie And Annie Collection

Introducing The Mabel Dress By The Ollie And Annie Collection | The Homemade Creative

*This is a sponsored guest post by my lovely mother-in-law, Cindy Belleque!* My great-grandmother loved to sew. She created quilts and clothes; she crocheted and knitted; she loved flowers. I remember one hot summer day at her house. My sister was out with the lambs in the field and I was sitting on the couch [...]

Help Love146 Rebuild After Typhoon Glenda Devastation

Help Love146 Rebuild After Typhoon Glenda Devastation | The Homemade Creative

Love146 is an organization dear to my heart, because they work around the world for freedom, recovery, and joy for survivors of sex trafficking, as well as prevention care and education. In a recent blog post, they shared an urgent need regarding their work in the Philippines, and I’m glad to be able to share [...]

What I Read #1 – June 2014

What I Read #1 - June 2014 | The Homemade Creative

*I received complimentary copies of the following books.* You may have noticed that I read a TON of books every year. I’m starting a new feature on the blog, called What I Read, that will recap my literary adventures each month. I will continue featuring individual books in my Friday In The Library posts, and my children’s book [...]

Help Victims of Child Trafficking With Love146

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*This is a guest post provided by Love146.” This June, we gave away our first Rapid Response Backpacks to trafficked youth in the United States. Found in a hotel room, barely awake after a nightmare, a place you never thought you’d be. Someone else is there, offering you “help.” Right — because people around here are [...]

Get In Shape With Zumba Fitness World Party

Get In Shape With Zumba Fitness World Party | The Homemade Creative

*I received this game for free.* I’ve been wanting to get into shape and lose weight for a long time, but exercise is a struggle for me because of a back injury from high school, various health complications, and frankly, because I’m at a weight right now that is not conducive to exercise. While my [...]

Lithium Coin Battery Safety – Is Your Child At Risk?

Lithium Coin Battery Safety - Is Your Child At Risk? | The Homemade Creative

*This is a sponsored post.* I think most of us moms (and dads, for that matter) of young children find ourselves examining everything around us with certain questions in mind. Are there small parts that Serenity can snap off and swallow? Can that thing electrocute her if when she sticks it in her mouth? If [...]