Friday, March 28, 2014

Thursday Treatz on Friday

HI Crafters,
   I took the day off  to attend the Southern Woman's Show in Nashville yesterday, so didn't have time to post this wonderful recipe. Craftin' Pal Kathy shared this, sounds super yummy.
 A big thank you to Kathy!!!!
 Please share your favorite recipe!
      Happy Craftin',

Kathy's Company Crockpot Chicken

1 stick butter, melted (or less)
6 boneless, skinless chicken breasts  (or what will fit in casserole if baking in oven)
6 mozzarella slices
Cr of mushroom soup (or chicken which I like better)
1/4 c. water
Stuffing mix   (I usually buy either herb or chicken flavor)
Spray crockpot or use liner.  Lay chicken breasts in bottom and top with cheese slices.  Combine soup and water and pour over chicken.  Mix melted butter and stuffing mix and top soup mix.  Cover and cook on low 6-8 hours or high 3-4 hours.
If making in the oven, spray casserole and layer as above.  Bake at 350 until chicken done.  Might have to cover if stuffing gets too brown.
Easy and really good. 

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Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Tuesday Tipz


If you need to punch light weight paper such as tissue paper,
place it on top of a piece of copy paper 
and punch the two together. 
The copy paper gives it some support so the punch 
doesn't tear the tissue paper. 


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Monday, March 24, 2014

Monday Make Itz

Flower Picks!

It's easy to make a pick to place in a flower or plant.
These can be made for any occasion. 


Cardstock--solid and/or pattern papers
Skewers from the dollar store

1. Cut out 2 shapes with punches or a die cut machine for each pick.
2. Stamp with desired saying, I used Mother's Day and Best Wishes stamps.
3. Place lots of glue or tape on back of each shape.
4. Sandwich the skewer between the shapes. Press together.
5. Let glue dry before using.

Die cuts and skewer

I used white paper for the backs of the picks.

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Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Tuesday Tipz


It's time to start thinking about those spring and early summer papercrafting occasions.

Put your winter stamps and supplies away,
dig out your spring supplies.

Easter, Mom/Dad's Days, Graduations, Weddings, Spring/Summer Birthdays

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Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Wednesday Websitz


A great new storage idea for stamp sets from the Scrap Rack.
It comes in one sided or two sided. 
This would be useful for taking stamp sets and supplies to a crafting event,
or to just store sets on a shelf. 
Check out the link below to watch a video and get special pricing until March 14th!!!!

Single Sided Stamp Store and Go Bag

 Click Below:

click here

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Monday, March 10, 2014

Monday Make Itz


2014 must be the year of connections with dear old friends and family.
The internet, along with social media, has helped to make the world a little smaller.

Moving back to the area where I grew up, I have been able to reconnect with classmates--specifically
those who shared marching band experiences. We have gathered together to look through the old annuals and laugh at what we wore and how we looked as teenagers. Fun times and Memories!

I also recently heard from former co-workers!

Someone my husband  went through Air Force basic training recently contacted him to reconnect.  

If you have been thinking of someone--give them a quick call, send an email, or even snail mail a card.  
The reconnection with brighten both of your days! 


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