Monday, April 30, 2012

Recipe Mondays: White Chocolate Filled Snickerdoodles

I love snickerdoodles.  And I love chocolate.  And you know what -- if you put those get a killer combination! It is super simple to do...and I was shocked.  When I first saw the pictures, my first thought was "There is no possible way I am skilled enough to do that!" But it was easy!

Sound good to you?  Good! Go check out this recipe here, at Cookies & Cups.  I doubt your taste buds will be disappointed!  Happy Baking!

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Sunday, April 29, 2012

How do we speak? - by Guest Writter D.

A friend of mine wrote this in December of 2011, and she has allowed me to take it and post it here. 
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"...but shun profane and idle babblings, for they will increase to more ungodliness."     2 Timothy 2:16

"....Shun profane and idle babblings..."  The word "shun" means to "avoid deliberately, keep away from."

Avoiding profane and idle talk is hard.  It's hard not to be around it.  It's hard not to participate in it.

But it goes on to say, "...for they will increase to more ungodliness."  That is a pretty major consequence.  It is worth the cost of the extra effort that it takes to avoid things that might seem to be "fun."

27 December 2011

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D. is a Christian girl who strives to follow her Lord and Savior in the Rocky Mountains.  She currently is going to school for nursing and is the oldest of 9 children.

Saturday, April 28, 2012

One Skirt - Three Day, Fashion Challenge

Did you know that 3 +(plus)3 =  9?  
That's right!  Three skirts,
Plus three shirts equals nine outfits!  

Right now, Fresh Modesty,  Bramblewood Fashion,  and Natasha Atkerson are in the middle of holding a One-Skirt, Three Day, fashion challenge!  The goal is to wear one skirt over a three day period and change the style by changing the rest of your attire.  Supposedly, the goal is to take a picture of your new outfit each day and post on the three separate days that the challenge is being held.  Since I knew I would never get around to taking a picture of myself three days in a row - I decided to do it all at once!  I took the challenge a step farther by doing three skirts and three shirts,
creating a total of nine styles.  

My fashion story:  In truth - I am not huge into fashion.  I have no idea what is currently in style and what is not and I don't really like to spend a lot of time shopping or working on my appearance.  The biggest reason for this is - I don't want to be obsessed with it!  My goal in the way that I dress is to help encourage men to be men and women to be women. (And feminine!)  The lines between what is masculine and what is feminine have become so blurred that sometimes it can be
hard to tell one from the other. 
I hope to help change that. 

When I get up in the morning, I want to be able to reach in my closet and put something on quickly without having to worry if it matches or not.  To accomplish this, I try to chose clothes that will go
together in a multitude of ways. 
Above all, I want to please the Lord in the way I dress - in modesty, femininity, and by not obsessing over my appearance.
Also in prudent spending in my choice of clothing! 

And now to break down my different fashions!

1st shirt:  Thrift - $1
Jacket:  Thrift - $4? (I've had it for so many years 
I don't remember what I paid for it!)

2nd shirt:  JC Penny (A gift from my sister so that
we could have matching shirts!) 
I took a $1 undershirt and attached it to this
shirt to make it longer and the neckline higher. 
I really don't like undershirts very much
and so I made two shirts into one!

3rd shirt:  Thrift - $2-3
Jacket:  Thrift $2
(Shirts the same for all posts)

Skirt:  Thrift - $2-3?

2nd Skirt:  Thrift - $4
This is typically more than I
will ever pay for a skirt .
(unless I really really really like it!)
This skirt was an emergency skirt...
Have you ever had one of those!?
After working out at the women's
fitness center one day, I went to change
and realized that I forgot my skirt at home!
I had an important meeting to go to afterward
and I was NOT going to it in my workout clothes!
This skirt isn't quite my style, but it was all I could
buy on such short notice! 
(I've kind of started to like it  a bit more since then) 

3rd Skirt:  Thrift - (I'm sure you saw that coming!) 
This skirt, again, was another gift from my sister.
(Don't I have an awesome sister?)
The middle outfit is my favorite and the one that
I am currently wearing.

1st Shoes:  From my sister's bedroom!  (How handy)
2nd Shoes:  I purchased the 1st pair of shoes (for my siser)
and the 2nd pair from K-Mart when they were going out of
business.  I think they were either 75 or 80% off!  (About $6-$7?)
3rd Shoes:  Thrift - (Don't worry, I cleaned them really well) $4

I hope these outfits encourage you that it is possible to dress, feminine, modestly, and with prudent spending!

~ Missy

Saturday Smile - They Know Me By My Smile

They Know Me By My Smile

Whether it’s at the library, bank, or any of the other stores around our area that I frequent, I watch as faces brighten whenever I walk through the door.  Why?  Because I started it first!  No matter what I am feeling emotionally at the time, I always pray that the Lord will give me the strength to smile, because I know how powerful it can be.  People in my local area are very familiar with my smile, and now they often beat me at my own game!  Many of them don’t have a clue what my name is, but they do know my smile!

 The smile is a very powerful tool, but one that is seldom used today.  So why not try it and help brighten someone’s life?  You will have your life brightened in return.

~ Missy
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In need of a reason to smile?

          Psalm 32:11  "Be glad in the LORD, and rejoice, O righteous, and shout for joy, all you upright in heart! "

Now that is something to smile about. :)

Friday, April 27, 2012

Boards Books for Babies!

Soo...when my baby was born I KNEW I wanted certain board books.  The question do I get them???  And I am thrilled to say, I figured out how! :) I first found this site:  They have great deals on board books and I bought their pack of four.  These books are about 5"x7" (estimating) and are a GREAT size.  They come with pre-set-up software to print the pictures or words or story or whatever on...but it is simple enough that everyone can use it.  (It is just powerpoint or word.) Then they send the labels to print on.  At first I was a little nervous about using all of this, but I figured it was my best shot for the price.  

When I received my books the other day, I decided I wanted a practice book.  This became my "Book of Shapes." 
At a young age it is said that babies focus best on simple shapes with black and white colors.  So that is what we did. :)  We meaning my brother and me.  He was a terrific help.  As I put together the book, I was really happy I made a practice one as I got a lot of flaws worked out (although there are still some I am actively working on!). 

First step was I set up my powerpoint with my black and white shapes.  Then I printed them on a test sheet of paper to make sure I had the proper layout.  When I found that I did, I printed them on the labels that Blank Slate Books sent to me.  From there, I took those labels and stuck each label on a page.  I found I needed to be careful not to smudge the ink while putting them on and not to crinkle the stickers as I laid them down.  

However, I realized that this is a boardbook for a baby.  It is going to get sucked, chewed, drooled, and spit-up on - among other things, I am sure.  And my printer is ink...that smears.  These books weren't going to work as just a sticker with ink slapped on the book.  So I found some one-sided self-laminating sheets.  I cut them to appropriate sizes (or rather, my brother did) and then we covered each sticker with those.  Now they are more "baby-proof!" I was thrilled.  The "My Book of Shapes" has its flaws, for sure - crinkled stickers, some smeared ink, and crinkled laminating sheets...  But all around, I think it is a great "first-made board book" and I still plan on using it for my little boy.

Then I started working on the ones I REALLY wanted.  The one I wanted to share with you all today is the "Daddy & Me" book.  Since my husband is gone so much, I wanted to have a book that I could read to our little guy every evening about him and his daddy on the nights that daddy cannot be there to tuck him in to bed.  So I made one.  I haven't finished it, as I wanted to save some space for upcoming times.  Because of this, I left three blank pages and the back of the board book for new events that I am sure will happen shortly.  :)  The first 7 pages and the front of the boardbook I completed.  There are some flaws, for sure.  Still some crinkled stickers and laminating sheets -- but definitely NOT as many as the shapes book.  And all around -- I LOVE it.  I thought you would like to see it, too.  
Hope you enjoy it!  I am in the process of making a "My Family" book for our little one now - featuring a page for us (my husband and I), and then one page for each of his grandparents, aunts, and uncles.  I am excited to see how it turns out! :)

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

The Narrow Path

Sometimes I grow weary of walking the "straight and narrow."  I am sure many of you do, too.  I find it frustrating that Christians and non-Christians alike really don't want to follow the full Word of God.  They aren't interested in modesty, sound doctrine, strong family values, or anything that the Word of God teaches.  Many Christians are content to just know the blessings of Salvation, but not truly understand what it means to walk with God.

As sad as it is to me that so few want to truly follow Him, the Scriptures show us that this is actually to be expected.  Matthew 7:13-14 states, "Enter by the narrow gate; for wide is the gate and broad is the way that leads to destruction, and there are many who go in by it.  Because narrow is the gate and difficult is the way which leads to life, and there are few who find it."

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 Being a Christian is not "easy."  Especially if you are a

Monday, April 23, 2012

Recipe Mondays - Bacon Wrapped Jalapenos

This is a recipe that my family has made in the past and we absolutely loved it!  To make the recipe a bit more healthy, we replaced the regular bacon with turkey bacon. (Which in my opinion is much better!)  I hope that you will try it, and enjoy!

~ Missy

Sunday, April 22, 2012

One Skirt - Modesty Fashion Challenge

I recently found this challenge on Fresh Modesty and thought that it might be fun to try! 

Saturday, April 21, 2012

Saturday Smiles - When Life Isn't Joyful....

When Life Isn't Joyful...

As I write this series on “Smiling” or “The Joy of the Lord,” it is not out of a joyful time in my life.  Often times, my posts on joy are written with head knowledge, and not necessarily because I have a happy bubble of joy that can’t wait to share it with you.  My life currently in filled with unpredictable circumstances,  stress, heartache - anything and everything that wants to come and steel my joy.  Often times trying to send me into the pit of depression, and yet… I am writing a series on “Joy?”
I have “chosen” to write this series at this time in my life because I want to share with the world that the joy of the LORD is our strength through times of trials.  I have “chosen” to write about joy in my time of distress because it forces me to focus on HIS joy and to apply it to my life.  Receiving the joy of the Lord is a “choice.”  For me, it is a daily choice.  The Word says to, “Consider it pure joy whenever we face trials of many kinds, because we know that it develops perseverance.”  (James 1:2)

I chose to consider these trials of mine to be joy, not because what I am going through is fun, but instead because I know it is teaching me perseverance.  In fact, I am learning far more than just perseverance though these trials. I am learning patience, selflessness, servant hood, humbleness, and so many other things.  But it is my choice.  I can chose to “Count it all joy,” and let it grow and teach me, or I can sit in my dark room for hours, doing nothing but feeling sorry for myself!  (And I confess to having done that very thing.)  Circumstances don’t shape a person.  It’s how that person chooses to respond to the circumstance that changes them, for better or for worse.

  I choose joy and I choose to share that joy with the people around me.  What will you choose?

~ Missy

In need of a reason to smile? 

          Psalm 20:5  May we shout for joy over your salvation, and in the name of our God set up our banners! May the LORD fulfill all your petitions!

Now that is something to smile about. :)

Thursday, April 19, 2012

Am I Afraid?

There have been many times that I have been afraid to say something for fear that the person I said something to would view me as judgmental, stuck-up, or too legalistic.  But, I came across a short writing of Amy Carmichael's yesterday through her book "IF."  I hope that it might encourage all of us to not be afraid of standing up for Him and His truth (Romans 1:16).

"If I am afraid to speak the truth, lest I lose affection, or lest the one concerned should say, 'You do not understand,' or because I fear to lose my reputation for kindness; if I put my own good name before the other's highest good, then I know nothing of Calvary love."

Monday, April 16, 2012

Recipe Mondays: Sour Patch Grapes

I tend to like to snack. I am a nursing Mom, who is often on the move, and I just get hungry -- but I don't feel like eating big meals.  The trick is keeping my snacking healthy...and that is not always easy.  So I am always on the lookout for more healthy snacks.  One of my favorite snacks is fruit -- but it is always nice to find a way to enhance the fruit!  So when I found this simple recipe for Sour Patch Grapes, I definitely thought it was a good idea!  I mean, after all -- it couldn't hurt to try!

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I am not always a huge fan of sour...but these were actually quite good.  And fresh! And cold! All good things in my book.  If you are curious, I would really encourage you to check out this recipe here, at Pure Sugar.

And if you are not a sour fan...try this take on grapes.  Simply wash your grapes and pop them in the freezer for 2-3 hours.  Remove from freezer and begin popping them in your mouth!  It is a fresh, cold alternative to eating plain grapes without doing hardly anything!


Do YOU have a recipe that you would like featured here?  Send us an email to and we will post your recipe in our series!  We'd love to hear from you! :)

Saturday, April 14, 2012

Saturday Smiles - Smile Therapy

Smile Therapy

         Have you ever looked at a person and wondered if they were even capable of smiling?  I have!  There have been many times when I met someone who seemed determined to be gloomy, disagreeable, and often very intimidating.  That is when I put the power of my smile to the test!  If I meet someone like this, usually a worker in one of the many stores that I frequent, I begin to give them “Smile Therapy.”   Here is a good example:

Recently, I began taking unwanted items into a little 2nd hand store in a nearby town to consign them.  I had visited that store several times over the past ten years but only on rare occasion.   There are three women who work in the store regularly, and two of the three were very glum and intimidating to me.  You know - the kind of person that makes you feel like you are a suspect and are going to do something wrong at any second?  (That’s about enough to scare me right into breaking something!)  Well, I decided that this would never do!  Since I had started going in once every week or so, I decided it was time to start “Smile Therapy!”  And you know what? IT WORKS!  After several weeks of bouncing in the door and greeting them with a big, “Hello!” accompanied by a brilliant smile, the hard shells of the two oh-so-intimidating ladies have finally began to soften and I see a difference in them more each time I enter the building.  Their smiles may be a bit rusty from lack of use, but I believe with a bit more practice, polish, and shine, they can have a big smile as bright as the Lord has given me.  

~ Missy
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In need of a reason to smile? 

          Psalms  35:27   " Let those who delight in my righteousness shout for joy and be glad and say evermore, "Great is the LORD, who delights in the welfare of his servant!" "

Now that is something to smile about. :)

Thursday, April 12, 2012

Shutting the Door to Myself

I've noticed more and more that I often get so focused on "me."  It has been important for me to refocus and realize that this is not about me...that I need to help others.  Once again, these amazing words were found in Amy Carmichael's book, "If." I hope they might be an encouragement to you today.

"If, the moment I am conscious of the shadow of self crossing my threshold, I do not shut the door, and in the power of Him who works in us to will and to do, keep that door shut, then I know nothing of Calvary love."

Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Photo Challenge Poll!

Pure Femininity will soon be holding a photo challenge!  This challenge is for any girl who knows how to turn on a camera and take a picture! The question is... What should the challenge theme be?  

          1: Springtime
          2: The Color Green
          3: Reflections 
          4: Flowers
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Leave a comment to cast your vote or to give us a new suggestion!  

 (Details and prizes to be announced) 

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

"Training Begins Now"

          Will’s heart filled once again with determination as he thought about the grueling mission that was before him.   Having recently lost his father to a tragic dog sledding accident, the farm was now threatened and could be lost if he was not able to provide the money that was owed.  There was only one chance to save the farm.  A five hundred mile dog sledding race was soon to be held, and the prize to the first place winner would be, a total of ten thousand dollars.  Such a prize would more than save the farm. Despite the fact that he was only seventeen, he was determined to win it.  Earlier that day, Will had asked his good Indian friend, Ned, if he would train him in preparation for the upcoming race.  Ned had warned Will that training would be harsh but Will insisted that he could handle it, and his friend finally agreed.  

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Exhausted from stress, grief, and also excitement of the task ahead, Will fell into a deep sleep. 

Suddenly, the door to Will’s room flew open with a loud bang.  Two strong hands grabbed him by the back of his shirt and dragged him outside into the dark, cold night.  Will yelled as he felt himself being planted face first into a deep bank of snow.  Then he heard the voice of Ned speak the words,

“Training begins now.”

 With that, Ned left Will lying in the snow, then, he ran into the house and locked the door behind him.  Will scrambled after him and pounded on the door but no one answered.  His training for the long, hard race had begun.

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“Training begins now.”  

Over the past several months, those words have echoed many times through my head and I have felt as if I were the one with my face planted in the snow.  As I struggle to face what has been the most difficult time in my life, I have had the realization that I am simply in training to prepare me for the plans that the Lord has for my future.  

Training. Is. Hard.  -  Ask any Olympic champion and I’m sure they will tell you that they didn’t  win any metals by sitting on a couch and watching television!  Years of hard work and training helped them learn perseverance and diligence, as well as giving them what they needed to even make it to the starting line.

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Today in our culture, people like to be comfortable.  As soon as a situation or relationship becomes uncomfortable, it is often discarded.

I have known many ambitious young people who had amazing dreams of the things that they wanted to do for the Lord. However, as soon as the trail became too rough and uncomfortable, or unforeseen circumstances came in their path, their ambition vanished and they chose to become couch potatoes rather than deal with the problems that were before them.  I have watched as others chose to avoid or detour around the training that the Lord was trying to put them through and then they wait for years and wonder why God isn’t using them the way they thought He would.  But how can a trainer prepare someone for a race if they are not willing to go through proper training?  Many times the Lord will place unwelcome and unplanned circumstances in our lives.  These circumstances are not a punishment, they are simply training us for the future plans he has in store for our lives.  Training is to teach us perseverance, faithfulness, diligence, to purify us, to rid us of pride and selfishness, and to ultimately make us more like Jesus Himself.  

I am currently under training.  Most of the time, it feels as though it will never end.  That there is no light at the end of the tunnel.  I could chose to leave my horrible circumstances, get a job and go live my life the way I want to.  But I know that the Lord has placed me here for such a time as this, and though the lessons he is teaching me are the hardest I have yet had to learn, I have chosen to do this His way and I believe that in the end it will be worth the fight.  We do not get to chose the kind of training we get to go though, but often times we do have the choice if we are willing to go through training at all.  But the Lord is faithful.  During the times when I need it the most, I am again reminded of the dreams that He has placed in my heart, and I know that this season in my life is only training for what is yet to come.  

~ Missy
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Monday, April 9, 2012

Recipe Mondays: Graham Cracker Brownies

By now you MAY have guessed that I like taking usual recipes and turning them into...slightly unusual.  For instance, who would have thought of Graham Cracker Brownies?!  I have no idea...but you know what?  They are DELICIOUS!

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Simple, easy to make, delicious, and unusually usual...try this Graham Cracker Brownie recipe out here, at Graceful Little Honey Bee!  I doubt you'll be sorry!


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Saturday, April 7, 2012

Now on Pinterest & Twitter!

Pure Femininity is now on Pinterest and Twitter!
  (Forgive me as I learn to Tweet for the first time ;)  )

Saturday Smiles - The Power of a Smile

The Power of a Smile :)

          Welcome to my NEW weekly post, “Saturday Smiles.”  Each Saturday, I plan to share with you a “Smile Story” to encourage you to smile more and help brighten the world around you.  I hope that with each post, you will realize the power of a simple smile.  I also plan to write about "The Joy of the Lord" and how the Lord's joy can be our strength through the most difficult moments in our lives.
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And now, (Drum roll, please)  the very first Saturday Smile Story! Tada!

Have you ever looked straight in the eye of a  cashier, waitress, receptionist, or just a random passerby and then given them the biggest smile that your face could possibly allow?  If you haven’t, your missing out on the fun!  

Whether I am at the bank, or I am just buying groceries at the supper market, I always try to make a habit of greeting the person helping me with a happy “Hello!” and giving them a big, bright smile.  

The reactions I receive in response vary hugely.  More than half of the time, the person I have greeted suddenly gets a very stunned look on their face - as if they had not seen a smile the entire day.  Many times, they will even tell me as much.  The point is, people don’t smile enough.  The world is filled with such angry and depressed people, who grumble and rush through their errands, often leaving people everywhere battered by their attitudes.  

Do I always “feel” like smiling when I go to the bank or store? Absolutely not!  There have actually been times when I have sat in my car for a moment before going in somewhere and prayed that the Lord would give me the strength to smile.  Why?  Because I have learned the power of a smile.  Try making smiling a habit, and you will see what I mean.  You have the power to either ruin or brighten someone’s day.  Which will you chose?

~ Missy
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In need of a reason to smile? 
          Psalms 30:5  "For his anger is but for a moment, and his favor is for a lifetime. Weeping may tarry for the night, but joy comes with the morning. "
Now that is something to smile about. :)

Friday, April 6, 2012

Resurrection Jelly Beans

        Use Jelly Beans to tell kids the story of Jesus death and Resurrection!

The poem reads:
Red is for the blood He gave.
Green is for the grass He made.
Yellow is for the sun so bright.
Orange is for the edge of night.
Black is for the sins we made. 
White is for the grace He gave.
Purple is for His hour of sorrow.
Pink is for a new tomorrow.
And handful of jelly beans,
Colorful and sweet,
Is a prayer, a promise,
A loved one’s treat!
Happy Resurrection Sunday!
To make the jelly bean jars you need:
a jar (I recycled a Starbucks bottle)
jelly beans
Directions: Fill the jar with jelly beans. Attach the poem using the ribbon. This makes a great little gift for your little ones on Easter. Plus, it is a great illustration of our risen Savior! 

Original Post: Mama-Jenn

He Is Risen - Snack Time!

         A resurrection Sunday teaching snack idea. (I know it's unhealthy, but it uses mini donuts and mini oreo cookies)  Fun snacks and crafts can be the perfect way to help kids learn about Jesus Christ and His Resurrection!

~ Missy

Easter vs. Ressurection Sunday

        Easter or Resurrection Sunday?  This question has not only been a matter of opinion from one person to another, but it has become a dramatic and ugly debate in certain circles. 
        It seems that almost every year, I hear the same debate surface.  Someone may innocently refer to the day as "Easter" only to have a "Christian" hotly rebuke them saying that they should never refer to the day of our Lord's Resurrection as anything other than Resurrection Sunday.

        I have personally done a study on the word "Easter" and have discovered its origin to be exceedingly unfavorable.  Many symbols such as the Easter bunny and eggs as well as the very word itself have extremely pagan roots.  But should this difference in wording really be the cause of such strong debates, critisizm, and judgementalism?
        As for myself, I was raised in a home where the day was referred to as Easter.  Empty plastic eggs were used as a symbol of the empty toom after Jesus was raised from the dead.  We always had a large dinner and had a wonderful Easter egg hunt but our family was always very good about sharing with us what the day was truly about.  
       Like my family, most people don't know the origin of Easter and may even be horrified if they learned what the Easter bunny and eggs were created to symbolize.  Most have been raised with a very innocent mindset when it comes to the different symbols that the holiday displays.  Since learning of the true origin of the word Easter, I have made an attempt to refer to the day as Resurrection Sunday.  But does such knowledge give me or anyone else a right to condemn and judge those who innocently call it Easter?  Many Christians do.  No wonder the world views Christians as judgmental!  I believe that it is wise for followers of Jesus to know the true origins of different holidays, but how can those who have this knowledge so drastically bring condemnation on those who do not?

Whether you call the day Easter or Resurrection Sunday, I hope that you will spend it enjoying family and praising the Lord for sending Jesus to die and take away our sins AND for raising Him from the dead.

~ Missy

If you yourself would like to know the origin of Easter and they symbols that surround it, you can read about it here:  What is the Origin of Easter?

Thursday, April 5, 2012

Resurrection Garden

        A Resurrection garden!  What a fun and cute reminder of our Lord's Resurrection!  This would also be a very cute idea to make with kids.

~ Missy

Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Rainbow Jello Eggs

          Resurrection Sunday - That wonderful day when we get to celebrate the Resurrection of our risen Lord, Jesus Christ!  It is also a day that can be a bunch of fun, especially if there are cute little kids around.  Below is a link to show you how to make fun and creative jello eggs for those special little people.  

To turn to focus onto Christ, try using these colored eggs to tell the Resurrection story to the kids!

Gold - reminds us of Heaven

Black - reminds us of sin

Red - reminds us of Jesus' blood

White - reminds us of a clean heart

Green - growing to know Jesus

Other Colors You Can Add:

Blue - reminds us of baptism

Purple - reminds us that we are children of the King/crown of life

Tuesday, April 3, 2012

New Look!

Pure Femininity now has a new look!  Thank you to everyone who commented on our blog and Facebook page to help us chose our new design.  What do you think?

Monday, April 2, 2012

Recipe Monday: Strawberry Shortcake Sliders

Do you need a fun dessert and have no idea what to make?  How about trying something unusual, but totally fun?

How about your try Strawberry Shortcake Sliders?  Simple and easy to make, they look cute when put out on a platter, are loved by those who taste them, and are completely unusual and creative.

Visit the recipe here, at Simple Recipes, to follow the simple instructions and create your yummy dessert!


Do YOU have a recipe that you would like featured here?  Send us an email to and we will post your recipe in our series!  We'd love to hear from you! :)