I love sharing recipes....and receiving the really good ones too! Join me next week for a unique class - we'll be making cards and a recipe folder to share recipes with your friends and family! These recipes are some of my favorites and always a hit with my family and friends.
When you want to send a little more....sometimes we have special people in our lives that we'd like to give a little gift to...like your weekend getaway hostess or your special friend that loves to bake...or anyone that you'd like to give a little more than a card to. This class is for you! Each card contains a recipe to share...from Monkey Bread to my family's favorite, Summer Salad, to Dreamsicle Splash and a party favorite, Chicken Enchlida Dip! There's also a folder that holds 3 recipe cards to add your own recipes to.
You have 3 different locations to choose from - please note the day of the week. I get to spend the day with Hailey for a college appointment on Wednesday next week in Madison:
Hobby Lobby - Oshkosh - THURSDAY, MARCH 22ND at 10 am
1st English Lutheran Church - Oshkosh - THURSDAY, MARCH 22ND at 6 pm
Party and Print - Little Chute - FRIDAY, MARCH 23RD at 10 am
Call or email by noon the day before your class date.
If you have a favorite recipe you'd like to share - I will let you know how many stampers will be attending the class and you can make photo copies to share too!
How stinkin' cute is this? I found the chicken on Pinterest and had to add the little HAIR on top - makes him look a little crazy (like me) and when I finished it - it made me laugh out loud...SERIOUSLY!!!
I used the 2-1/2" Circle Punch for the body, the cupcake punch for the wings, 1/2" circle punch for the eyes and the nose is made from one of the petals from the 5 petal flower punch. All the pieces are sponged with Sahara Sand ink. That polka dot paper....IT'S NEW!!! Coming to you next month in the NEW Summer Smooches Designer Series Paper!
This little element is from the Best of Everything (page 103) stamp set. I used the 3/4" x 15/16" oval punch to punch out the center and adhered it on a Dimensional.
Where's that hair from??? White satin ribbon!!! I trim the edges off of it and then unravel it using my paper piercing tool (better known to my customers as a "pokey tool").
Here's one of my prized recipes...I received it from my friend Rachael. Everywhere I take it - this recipe is requested! It's super easy and delicious. The green salsa is what gives it the FIRE...so if you don't like alot of "heat" - just use less. ENJOY!
Chicken Enchilada Dip
4 oz cream cheese
1 can cream of mushroom
1/2 cup shredded cheese
1 can canned chicken (12.5 oz)
4-6 oz green salsa
Put in little crockpot, heat and stir. Serve with tortilla chips. Spicy!
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