Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Delicious Bread and 2 More Cards

Hi everyone...keeping warm and toasty??? I was out and about today. Mailed a package, and went to the local meat market for some hot dogs and hamberger, pizza crust and some mild Italian Chicken sausage for my Lasagna Soup. Got some bacon in the oven right now, JP is having eggs, bacon, baked potato, toast and fruit for dinner at 1:00am (he'll be impressed with his "WoW" as I put each plate on the table)

So in the above picture is the wonderful "fresh out of the oven bread" I made yesterday. (See previous post) The bread is all sliced up, looks pretty doesn't it? And, it was very tasty too!!! This bread is so easy to make and in a pinch, when there is no bread to be had, this is on the menu. Oh and I might add....this bread makes a wonderful turkey and pepperoni sandwich!!
This is another Get Well card I made last night. It was lots of fun to make. I colored the tulip with dye ink then sprayed it with water. The effect, when stamped looks like a water-colored tulip. I wrote "Get Well Soon" on cardstock that has a black board finish, that was rather a new technique for me. I think I am needing to go to Archivers to get more of that cardstock and special pen for writing as everything at the store is 40% off right now.
In this card, I must have made the stamped and embossed image a couple of years ago. Actually I made quite a few....so now I have enough to make more "get well" cards or whatever else comes up.

So there you have it.....my set of "6 Get Well Cards". Next on the agenda is a set of 6 Birthday, 6 Thank You's, and 6 Thinking of You. I really need to get more cards and things up in my store....so that will be my focus for the next couple of months. I'll probably sell the cards 6 for $15.00 + postage.

Well, time to close for the night. Need to go ride my bike for 4-5 miles. Straighten up my stamp area for the next session of card making. So take care and keep looking up. Spring is right around the corner....(wink)!!! Cheers ~ Louise


Biz said...

Keep warm too Louise! I was actually putting my food together for the day and realized I had Italian sausage I never did anything with and thought "I need to make lasagna soup!"

Patricia said...

I haven't made a loaf of bread in quite awhile. I have made focaccia and biscuits but try not to do so too often. Have a wonderful weekend. Take care.

sweetvintageofmine said...

Hi Louise! I'm so sorry to hear about your brakes on your car! Thank the Lord, you made it home safely and hubby made it to the shop! That bread you're making is perfect for this weather! Blessings~~~Roxie


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