Here you will find all our tutorials from the Can Learn Library program. Every week we are uploading new DIY, hobby, cooking etc. video tutorials for you to enjoy.
If you follow along, please share your creations with us. Send any photos, tips or tricks to firstname.lastname@example.org. Videos are uploaded to our North Battleford Library Youtube Channel.
Recipe found in the 25 Ingredients 50 Meals Recipe Collection.
Join us and make some seed bombs for your garden.
Find out just how easy they are to make!
Create a tasty treat from a recipe found in the 25 Ingredients 50 Meals Recipe Collection.
Discover how to create a gift bow using pages of a magazine.Music by bensound.com
When you combine a book and some plants, magic is not far away.
A tasty recipe to try making at home found in the 25 ingredients, 50 recipes pdf
A simple and fun way to create storage space for your secret sweet stash.
Now that summer is officially here, a mixed bean salad is a great make ahead for your outdoor (could be indoor as well) dining. It is quick to make and nutritious for you and your family.Found in the 25 ingredients, 50 recipes pdf
Put together a fun sun-catcher that you can hang in your window for a few rays.
Try your hand at making this hearty soup with few ingredients and a short time for preparation.Found in the 25 ingredients, 50 recipes pdf
Put together a homemade Oatmeal Milk Bath that will help moisturize and gently exfoliate your skin in the bath.
With a few ceramic tiles, you can make a planter or pencil holder.
A dessert that is tasty hot or cold. Found in the 25 ingredients-50 recipes pdf
If you love playing Scrabble, you will have fun making a Scrabble tile coaster.
Put a little zip in your rice when you are making supper. Recipe from the PDF “25 ingredients, 50 recipes” put out by the Dietitians of Saskatchewan.
Try the classic macaroni salad for the hot days of summer or family gatherings. Recipe from the PDF “25 ingredients, 50 recipes” put out by the Dietitians of Saskatchewan.
Art comes in many forms. For a textured look, try bean art on a canvas.
Try a variation of the classic Tuna Casserole that was a staple in the 1960s and 1970s.This recipe serves 4.
Recipe from the PDF “25 ingredients, 50 recipes” put out by the Dietitians of Saskatchewan.
Map magnets are a quick and easy craft for all ages!
This recipe has been around for many years. Try it and add onto it with some of your favourite ingredients.
Recipe from the PDF “25 ingredients, 50 recipes” .
Turn a plain white face mask into a colourful mask of necessity.
Try making a pumpkin cookie recipe that is soft, chewy, and loaded with pumpkin flavor. It is the season.
Add a little colour inside your home with tinted glass jars.
Try making this delicious pie-a prairie classic!
Tasty any time of the year!
These light and sweet whipped shortbread cookies are quick and easy to make. They make the perfect Christmas cookies!
Making fudge in the microwave is easy and this recipe is a timeless tradition in Québec. Sucre à la Crème is a smooth, creamy and decadent treat made very simply with sugar and cream.
If you want to try an artistic type craft, try using alcohol inks with plastic wrap and a ceramic dish. You will be truly amazed how it will turn out!
In 50 minutes you can have homemade bannock burgers for four people.
Add a salad and you have a meal!
Putting a stencil with chalk paint on a wooden tray and Mod Podge together equals a unique way to dress up a blank tray.
There are many ideas for resin coasters, as you can embed all kinds of things in resin from plastic to metal, clay, and glitter.
These Sharpie dyed tile coasters are different each time you do it and they are really easy to make. It is a great project for all ages.
A quick and easy casserole for those winter days courtesy of the Dieticians of Saskatchewan.