If you love fudge, here are two delicious recipes. The first link is for Milky Way fudge and my daughter went from not really caring about fudge or Milky Way candy bars to absolutely loving this stuff. In fact, we "had" to make more of it today. If you like Caramel & Butterscotch then you'll love this recipe for Caramel fudge. But be warned, it's super sweet and a little is a lot. The first ingredients are so close to my grandma's recipe for butterscotch sauce (just slightly different proportions) that the next time I want some for my vanilla ice cream I'm going to try making it in the microwave following the first steps for this fudge. All these years I've been making it on the stove which takes so much longer than the microwave will.
Writing letters at letter club is fun but we're wanting to plan some more activities so we've been researching and brainstorming snail mail ideas. One idea is to host another letter writing social but in a better location. One that has additional foot traffic going through. We had fun but these other letter writing socials definitely had lots more people attend! (Check out these: one, two and three). We'd also like to make ArtiStamps, our own paper and try our hand at carving rubber stamps. And then today I saw this project for organizing your stamps on the LWA's blog. I'm so glad they shared it because I hardly ever check Felt & Wire's blog anymore so would have missed it and I love this idea. I think we'll make our own little books to make it a frugal project.
Happy letter writing!