Beverley Wade

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Echeveria Devotion! Not only is its color a head turner but it's also velvety soft . #succulents #succulentgarden #succulentlover…

Echeveria Devotion! Not only is its color a head turner but it's also velvety soft . #succulents #succulentgarden #succulentlover…

To-Die-For Rustic Hungarian Mushroom Soup | Montana Happy

To-Die-For Rustic Hungarian Mushroom Soup | Montana Happy

We have a brand new Free Printable Harry Pottery Weekly Planner for you today and I think you will find it magical Perfect for daily notes and Kids Homework

We have a brand new Free Printable Harry Pottery Weekly Planner for you today and I think you will find it magical Perfect for daily notes and Kids Homework

Hogwarts Travel Mug

Hogwarts Travel Mug

Potatoes can do these amazing things for your flowers #gardening #spring #potatohacks

Potatoes can do these amazing things for your flowers #gardening #spring #potatohacks

Fill your home with the smell of freshly baked scones. Taste members love them and we think the Country Women's Association would approve!

Basic Scones - Fill your home with the smell of freshly baked scones. Taste members love them and we think the Country Women& Association would approve!

This is one thing that you don't have to worry about running out of! Here's how to make baking powder at home if you find you're running a little low!

just mix together ¼ teaspoon of the baking soda with ½ teaspoon of the cream of tartar. I know, it’s a little bit confusing because that only amounts to ¾ of a teaspoon, but baking-science-wise, it does the same as 1 full teaspoon of baking powder