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Host A Canning Party!

Hi folks! My “Small Measures with Ashley” post is up on Design Sponge. In recognition of this weekend’s Can-A-Rama being sponsored by the good folks at Canning Across America, this week’s topic discusses hosting a canning party. A great way to use up extra produce whilst chatting it up with your buddies, canning parties are THE social event of the harvest season.


In other news, Glenn and I are serving as hosts to Sara, Thor, and little Henry Jensen for the next few days. You might remember me mentioning Sara several months ago, with our auspicious internet meeting. Well, we’ve now met real-time and the Jensen clan is all that and a bag of chips.

Happy weekending, everyone!

*Image courtesy of Lark Books.

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