Sunday, April 28, 2013

Young Women transition Dinner to Relief Society

Our Relief Society once a year invites the Laurels to a Luncheon to help them make the transition to Relief Society a little easier. This Year, Pualaie who planned this Luncheon suggested the theme would be "Bows", They are a new fad right now; The Theme was "Stayed tied to your devine heritage through Jesus Christ." The hotest colors for spring is a pale green, so we went with the 3 colors; Black, Gold and Pale mint green. The table was fun to plan. What I loved were the Napkins made into Bow ties. We had gold chargers. Gold flatware, gold cups, the gold flatware was painted half way up the silverware with the same pale mint green. I was trying to bring more of the green color to the table by we tieing fabric to the back of the chairs into bows. The fun mixer game when they arrived had the goal to find out a little more about each of them. Each reached into a bag, without looking, pulling an item out of the bag. They then had to tell how that item related to them. Pualaie got a shell, It resemble her because she is from Hawaii. Our lunch was fantastic! We had "Bow Tie chicken Salad", fruit Kabobs, Crousant rolls, cupcakes with bows placed on the top. Then each girl received a bow tie necklace. Fun idea!

Saturday, September 29, 2012

"Pinterest Party"--"A Mummy's Night Out"

Last night we had a fun time at our pinterest party! Like most of us, we like to pin projects then they are forgotten about, among our long list of things we would like to do! The purpose of this party was for each person to bring a project that they have pinned for either the Fall Holiday, or Halloween! All of the food table was also from pinterest pins. Here are pictures of our fun event.
These adorable candles made from PVC pipes, were made by Taylor Thurgood
This "boo"utiful Halloween Apron was made by Alisha Guerrero
This candy cauldron was made by Kathy Thurgood, The Halloween Pillow cases under that are made by Bev Dunn
This beautiful Wreath made from pages of a book, Made by Lisa Frehner ( Also known as the best hair dresser around!
A Festive Fall Candle with fresh acorns colleted then scented by Lisa Thorpe
Love this "Dead and Breakfast " sign! This was made by Syd Cline, she also had her new book that just came out in the book stores, "Feeding the Masses" Congratulations Syd!
These paper mache animals were made by Christina Cline, they are inspired by Anthapology. Isn't stina creative! A big thanks (a little thanks to me, for not taking a picture) to Ildy Cline, who made cute halloween bottles with spooky labels, a yummy "Goblins with Pumpkin Dip" from "Taste of Home" By Bev Dunn. Janelle Brown, who made her own pattern and design for a baby seat for her table, to Clarrisa Lewis for so many cute halloween gift ideas! Now for the "Spook"tacular Food!
This Brain Dip Was Made By my Handsome Husband, Steve Thurgood It was inspired by allrecipes.com There were 2 favorite foods, This I have to say was the favorite, I can't blame them. Steve's Qualamole is to "DIE" for! Now For the other Favorite!
I loved making these! They are easy, fun! and oh did people LOVE them. They were trying to take some home for their kids. I bought the seringes from our local pharmacy (without the needles) Made red jello, Filled the scringes with the jello. Placed them in a glass measuring cup. and put them in the fridge. Now, isn't that easy?
My Daughter Kristy Thurgood Hammon Made these body, "Zombie Scrubs" "It removes dead skin" She just opened her spa room in Orem, Ut. It's called "Skin-tagious" She gave one of these to each person that came. She also gave away 2 door prizes to her new spa room for a manicure and a Microdermbrasion....A special for October is: The Microdermabrasion for $45.00. If you're looking for a great Master Esethetician ,call kristy and make an appointment! her Prices are "Gouly" Good- 801-687-6402 A Big thanks to Kristy! Here are some more pictures to look at Thank you all who came and made this a Fun "Mummy's Night Out"!
This is my son Bryce's Mummy, cool ,huh
These were so yummy. I got this recipe from yourhomebasedmom.com these are so easy and fun to make,oh, and yummy for the tummy!
Dollar Tree Vampire teeth used for a napkin ring. (Another take home for guests)
I couldn't resist decorating the stair rail with halloween lights and fall leaves. Black garland would look really cute too!
I made this halloween pillow. This was a fun easy project. I bought a 16x16 inch pillow form ( I found them cheapest at Walmart.) I cut out a 16x16 inch square (of the main color) I cut 2 pieces of the same color for the back, 13 inchesx 16'. sew 1 edge on both pieces (this is where you will insert the pillow form.) cut out the contrast color, for the bow 8 inches wide by 36 inches long. place right sides together and sew the sides. now, turn right side out and iron.fold tie in half, length wise and cut in half. turn under 1/4 inch on one end and sew together This will finish off the end of the ties. place with right sides together, first, the piece that is 16x16, right side facing up. next place tie on each side, the end that has not been sewn. fold in towards the center, so when you sew the sides together, the tie will be on the inside. place the 2- 13' pieces left, right side down.so the finished edges are overlapinp each other in the middle. pin all the way around, then sew. turn right side out. insert pillow form, tie bow into a knot. you're done!
I made this withes caldron with feet, inspired by designdazzle.blogspot.com What a way to great the guests! I put this as the center piece on the food table and put dry ice in it. I used another regular withes caldron for our punch bowl. This Mummy's Night out" pinterst party was so fun. all of these friends can not wait until the Christmas one.

Monday, September 17, 2012

A Carmel apple you can decorate with

Fall and Carmel apples just go together!! Let's make one together that will last, won't rot, use year after year!
Items you will need are: Popcycle stick, Fake apple, Glue gun, Delta paint " Toffee Brown" Americana "Light Cinnamon " Acrylic clear spray ( I used matte)
Instructions: 1. Inset a sharp knife at the top of apple, insert popcycle stick in.
2. With hot glue gun, start gluing around the top of the apple, dripping glue on sides. ( This will be the carmel)
3. With a paint brush, paint 2 base coats onto the dripping glue (which will be the carmel) with " Toffee Brown" paint by Delta. When dry lightly paint on the "Light Cinnamon" by Americana.
4. Spray with clear acrylic sealer, this will make the "Carmel" shine. 5. Tie with a ribbon of your choice. ( I used a 3/8 inch X 12: orange. Easy, Cute, Great decorations (Watch out for people wanting to eat it!) Wrap it up in cellophane...great fall gift! 6. I made the glass dish stand, by going to D.I. ( Thrift store) and bought a small glass plate, with a short glass candle holder. I glued both together with "Gorilla Glue" Let it dry overnight, I placed a can of vegetables on top of plate, to make sure it would glue tightly) Have fun, Be Creative, \

Fall Decorations

Here's just a few things I put around the house for fall....I am so ready for fall weather!!

Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Fun Fall Treat , "Apple Dip"

Fall treats are Fun, colorful, and tasty! I needed a quick, simple, idea to give to a friend I was about to visit. Well, it's fall, and we have an apple tree. I'll make apple dip! One of my families favorite. 1 jar of marshmellow , whipped 2 Tablespoons of Tang 1 8 0z. cream cheese Whip all together...it's done (see how easy!) I then put the dip in a small 4 oz. Jelly jar.
Place an apple on top and wrap up in cellophane and tie with a bow. Your gift is ready!

Thursday, July 14, 2011

Summertime Activites

Here is todays TV segment on Studio 5.
Great fun to show off my grandkids!!o

Summer activites

Hereare the recipes from todays segment.
Scented bubbles
3/4/ cup of wter
114 cup of unscented dish sops
1 Tablespoon of Glycerin
15-20 drops of essential oil.
mix all together, do not whisk or stir rapidly, or you'll end up making a lot of froth.
Let mixture sit 12-24 hours to allow it to melt together.


SIDEWALK CHALK
1 cup plaster of paris
1/2 cup water
Mix
Stir in 2 tablespoons of tempra paint

Cover one end of a toliet paper tube with duct tape. Spray with Vegetable oil.
Spoon the mixture into a tube, Tap it to go down to bottom.
Let dry overnight before using.
Peel off the toliet paper tube.

Thursday, May 19, 2011

Studio 5 segment on "The Awesome Baby-Sitter" book

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ere is the spot on studio 5 Order your book with all these ideas on thur-goodies.com

Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Baby-Sitting Books as seen on Studio 5


This great offer is for our favorite Studio 5 audience! The Book and shipping is only $6.00, ONE PER ADDRESS.
1) Go to thur-goodies.com.
2) Click on the book, it is listed under this months special.
3) When checking out..just click on 2-3- day delivery , that automaticly will put on the $6.00
4) If you have any questions, call Kathy 801-607-1116
Thanks

Monday, May 2, 2011

Cake Push Ups

Here is the segment from KSL Studio 5 that I filmed today, showing how to make the cake push ups

Saturday, April 16, 2011

Cake Push Ups





Layer Your Moouse or pudding mixture with your cake

Cut Circles using the bottom of the push pop lid for the cutter.
You can purchase these push pop containers from thur-goodies.com under supplies. They are 1 dozen for 12.00 plus shipping.This includes 4 pieces. top , stick inner push part, and the tube.
Enjoy these easy to make, yet hit of the party dessert!! "Cake Pops"

Tuesday, August 3, 2010


Go to charminglds.blogspot.com for more ideas of what you can make with their cute charms!! It's a brand new blog, make sure to sign up as a follower, there will be free give aways to those who are followers.
For all those school teacher out there ,here is a great idea for students to earn reward charms! Add them to their ruler!!

Charming ideas




For those who haven't visited charmingldsgifts.com take time to look, charms, bracelets tools, save tons of money!! here are some ideas you can make from some of the charms and bracelets you can purchase from there.

Tuesday, May 18, 2010