An Iowa man talks about his memories of playing in his grandfather's farm shop on his family farm
Scrapbooking is a creative way to record family history.
Expert cleaners share five must-have tools for household chores.
It was too easy to make very potent soap when my sisters and I were making soap from scratch on the homestead.
Easy-to-make gifts perfect for holiday giving.
Learn to photograph your farm animal friends, capturing their unique personalities, then turn those photos into beautiful scrapbooks.
It's easy to preserve family heritage by interviewing family members and taking notes. Then combine the information you've learned with photos you have, and you've got a piece of history that will last a lifetime.
Scrapbooking doesn’t have to be difficult or time-consuming. As with most things, when you have a plan, things tend to go much smoother – and a whole lot quicker.
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