How To Make Eggnog without Eggs | Homemade Eggnog Recipe

Share on pinterest Pinterest Share on facebook Facebook Share on email Email HOW TO MAKE EGGNOG WITHOUT EGGS | Homemade Eggnog RecipeThere's no doubt the Christmas season is full of traditions and family gatherings. Perhaps your family has a favorite dish you look forward to having just once a year. No matter what your family traditions are, or what dishes you look forward to having, it's safe to say we all know Eggnog as a seasonal drink.This seasonal favorite will start to line the shelves in the dairy section from Fall till the end of the year. But have you ever wondered,…

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Our Favorite Recipes for Summer You Need to Try

Are you looking for some easy recipes for summer? Wondering what to make for dinner when the weather is so hot? We know when it’s hot outside, we don’t want to cook!With this in mind, we’d like to share a few of our favorite family recipes for summer.Now, we know we aren’t food bloggers, but with the holiday weekend and grilling season, we thought we’d share four of our family favorite recipes. Maybe they will even become prized recipes for summer in your family too.These are tried and true recipes that always get rave reviews. Perfect for an easy dinner with…

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How To Refinish Furniture into a Beautiful Wood Dining Table

Have you ever wondered how to refinish furniture? Perhaps the whole process seems too daunting to give it a try?Here at Sunny Side Design, we love getting our hands on many kinds of projects, but we especially love to refinish furniture!In this post specifically we’ll show you how to refinish a wood table that I found for FREE many years ago! It’s been in dire need of some love and care for far too long, now it’s finally finished, and it couldn’t be more gorgeous!Continue reading to see how we transformed this sad little table from the side of the road…

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How to Repair Light Fixture Ceiling Hole

All the credit for this brilliant method of repairing a hole from a light fixture hole goes to my hubby, Steve. Four years ago, when we moved into our fixer upper, we relocated a lot of lights. This method was so helpful in patching the hole and getting it to blend into the textured ceiling.  The supplies needed: 1- Drywall screws  2- Drill with screw driver  3- Scrap of wood 4- Scrap of drywall (for ours, we kept the dry wall circle cut out for the new light fixture placement) 5- Drywall mud 6- Drywall knifes (small for scooping out the…

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