Author Archive for: ‘Stephanie’

Low Carb Lasagna Made With Zucchini Noodles

Low Carb & Gluten Free Zucchini Noodle Lasagna

The beauty of this lasagna is not just that it uses up all those extra zucchini that you are harvesting from the garden. It’s not the nutty flavor the zucchini imparts, or the gorgeous colour. No, it’s that this lasagna is grain-free and low carb, and you don’t miss the noodles one bit! Zucchini noodles, aka zoodles, are my new …

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Cranberry Floating Candle Table Decor

Festive Ways to Use Fresh Cranberries

Fresh cranberries! These beautiful, tart berries are hallmark of the holidays. They can be added to baking, made in to the sweetest sauce to grace holiday dinners, and make for some gorgeous decorations. One of my favourite fall traditions is to attend the cranberry festival in Fort Langley, BC. It’s just a hop, skip, and a jump from my home …

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Plants and container design to brighten up the shade. These plants are bursting with color and well-suited to shady conditions.

Made for the Shade: Low Maintenance Fall Planters Bursting with Colour

Just because outdoor planters are in shade doesn’t mean they can’t be full of vibrant colour. The planters in my front garden are almost completely shaded so I need to be careful what plants I choose. Not only should the plants be well-suited for the lack of light, but also they need to have bold hues to brighten up the …

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FREE Lifes A Garden Coloring Page From GardenTherapy

Life’s a Garden FREE Adult Coloring Page

Have you heard? Adult coloring is all the rage! It’s fun, challenging, and leaves you with some fabulous artwork! I’ve commissioned a gorgeous adult coloring page from an artist I admire and I’m excited to share it with you for free! What do we do when the garden goes to bed for the year? Dream. We dream of the flowers …

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The Easy Way To Clean Up Leaves

Fall Garden Care: The Easy Way to Clean Up Leaves

Leaves fallen from trees provide winter mulch protection for plants, but they can also make the garden look messy and unkempt. Cleaning up the garden in the fall for me means removing fallen leaves, and then adding them back as a layer of mulch. There must be an easy way to clean up leaves! My garden is a small urban …

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60+ Ways to Carve a Pumpkin

It’s pumpkin season! Why is that so exciting to me? Because the pumpkin is the ultimate creative muse for the season. I absolutely loved carving pumpkins for Halloween when I was a young Trick-or-Treater. From the gooey feel of the pumpkin guts to the toothy grin that glowed from candlelight, it was pure fall crafting heaven. Please join me on …

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