The light wasn't quite right in my dining room when I snapped these pics, so I am not sure if you can see the chocolate chip flower spots that are stamped on the brown strip of card #2. These were 2 cards that I did not use glitter on, which is very hard for me, cuz I think there should be bling on everything! Thanks for looking!
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The assortment includes buttons in Baja Breeze, Kiwi Kiss, Pink Pirouette, and Riding Hood Red. It contains 30 buttons in five styles (six buttons per style). The bouquet will cost $7.95. These are just too precious for words.
Won't these be adorable as the center of a stamped flower or an accent on a scrapbook page?
Here they are...the final 2 swaps. These cute little swaps were made by Amanda and they both feature SU Summer Picnic Paper. The first recipe is for Texas Hash, which we sampled that night, and it was delish. I liked it so much that I made it for dinner the next night! It can also make a very tasty stuffer for tacos or burritos.
The second recipe is for a great summer Spinach Salad which would be perfect for your July 4th picnic today. Speaking of picnics, how cute are those little ant stickers on the Texas Hash Recipe. I also love the orange slice on the Spinach Salad Recipe. Once again, an image from the Tart and Tangy Stamp Set, which my stampin' pals love so much. That's all for today, so have a safe and sane and Happy 4th of July!
Two more swaps from Saturday Night...these were made by Amelia. Love the Felt Fusion Flowers on the White Sangria Recipe! Who doesn't love a good Sangria...the perfect summer drink.
The bottom recipe was the one that Amelia brought for us to try on Saturday night. These rollups would be perfect for your July 4th picnic! Yumm-o!
So here are a couple more recipe swaps. It's hard to read the recipes in these 2 pics, but here is what they are (and if you click on the pic you will get a closer look. The pink one on the left is Sandra's Strawberry Cake, which was so damn good (so good that I dreamt about it that night!). It is very moist and luscious and sweet and tasty and I could go on forever about this cake. I wish that I had taken a picture of it. It was pink and fluffy and I really need to stop thinking about this cake. Moving on, she stamped the recipe page with Birthday Whimsy (A Sale-a-bration set) and used Berry Bliss DS Paper for the background. Very lovely!
The green page to the right is a recipe for Pot Roast that sounds perfect for a family Sunday dinners! As a bonus I took a snapshot of Sandra holding Tia's adorable beagle, Bailey. Is he not the cutest thing? Look at that squishy little cutie pie face!
That's all for tonight. I must go place a SU! order for some sneak peak goodies from the upcoming Fall/Winter Catalog. Here's a hint......Shabby Chic, Baja Breeze and sock monkeys! What?!?! It will make sense soon enough. Can't wait to share with everyone soon!
It's a Ruby Tuesday! These gorgeous swaps were made by my talented bud Ruby J. Love the recipe for Jello Cake (just like Grandma used to make). Of course everyone knows that the stamp set used for that recipe is SU!'s "Tart & Tangy" which I do believe that every single one of my friends and customers has purchased from me. It seems to be the current fave and I can see why: look at what you can make with it!
The recipe on the bottom was stamped with "Crab & Co" and is always a crowd-pleaser, which by the way, so was the Shrimp & Tortellini that Ruby cooked for us on Saturday night. I do have to say, my buddies are very talented in the the kitchen as well as the stamp room!