• A Little Bit of Trivia….

    A little bit of trivia…. Did you know that over 1700 years ago, the Chinese developed solid ink, in the form of sticks or cakes? They used soot and animal glue to produce it. They then shaved off bits of it and mixed them with water, to produce instant ink whenever they had to write… [Read More]

    A Little Bit of Trivia….
  • My Homemade Bread

    My Homemade Bread. Over the last few years, I’ve have been making more of my own food at home. My reasons for this begin with taste. My homemade bread tastes better than any store-bought bread, just ask my family. It is less preservatives we are taking in. It’s more nutritious, and it is often cheaper… [Read More]

    My Homemade Bread
  • How to Make Primitive Grungy Jars

    Re-purposing jars (and cans, too!) has become popular as we try to be kinder to our environment and more frugal. Instead of tossing out the glass jars, tin containers, cans, etc. consider turning them into cute primitive home decor accessories. How to make primitive grungy jars is easier than you may have thought. It’s even kind… [Read More]

    How to Make Primitive Grungy Jars
  • A Little Bit of History – Gettysburg Pennsylvania

    As I have sat pondering on what to write for our Primmart Blog, many things have come to mind. I have always had a passion for history. It shows if you ever come to my house. I can tell you a story behind every old crock, pie safe, wall hanging I have. If I don’t… [Read More]

    A Little Bit of History – Gettysburg Pennsylvania
  • DIY Tinted Glass – 4 Ways How to Color Glass

    I’ve been seeing all these great craft tutorials on Pinterest that teach how to color glass. Did you know you can re-purpose and recycle empty glass jars? You can also use this method to turn those dollar store vases into expensive-looking tinted glass. There are slightly different methods to coloring glass so I’m going to… [Read More]

    DIY Tinted Glass – 4 Ways How to Color Glass
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