Thursday, September 13, 2012

Stacy's Birthday Blog Candy

Hi Everyone,

Stacy, one of the wonderful designers over on the Crafter's Companion site, is having a great
birthday blog candy!! In fact more than one.

Stacy is an awesome designer and a wonderful person!! Pop over an show her a little birthday love.

Thank you for stopping by.
 And have a scrappy day.

Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Seasons Greetings

Hi Everyone,

Today I want to share with you some new stamp sets from the Sheena Douglass Line.

They are called " A Little Bit Festive".
And are wonderful!!

This card was very easy to make.
I used a piece of Christmas card stock
folded in half, then took a piece of
green paper and stamped the holly
all over the page. For the berries, and part of the leaves, I took an embossing pen and colored in the places I wanted to sprinkle with embossing powder, red and green, then heated up , and let dry. Put glitter on the berries and colored in parts of the leaves with my Spectrum-Noir Marker.

I took the sentiment "Seasons Greetings"
and stamped that in the
and then stamped that on the front of the card.
Sprinkled with gold embossing powder and heated that until shiny. Added the little bow and done.

All of the wonderful Sheena Stamps
will be out tomorrow. Please pop over to the Crafter's Companion Site and take a look.

Crafter's Companion also has a wonderful Face Book Page. Take a minute or two
and check it out.

Thank you so much for stopping by.
I hope you liked the card.
Have a scrappy day.

Monday, September 10, 2012

My Memories Free Digital Design Pack

Hi everyone,

My Memory Monday is here.

This Digital Design Pack Contains:

4 Digital Papers
7 Page Elements
2 Quick Pages

I hope you like these
Digital designs.

I want to thank My Memories.
Also take a look at their Face book Page.
You will love it, and  there are freebies
on Fridays.

If you would like to know more
about the software
Click Here.

If you would like to purchase the software,use the code on the side bar and save 10.00

 Thank you for stopping by.
And have a scrappy day.

Sunday, September 9, 2012

Sunday Dinner

Hi Everyone,

Today I am going to share my Stuffing Recipe.

The only bad thing is I learned this from my mom and she didn't measure anything.
Mom was an excellent cook!!!
So I will do the best I can.

O.K. here goes:

Start out with one to one and a half loaves of bread torn into small pieces and let dry.
I put mine in the oven for about an hour
at 200 and stir every 30 min.
Take out put to the side, and sprinkle 1 cup of raisin and or dried cranberry.(my addition)
Then in a large pot place 2 sticks of butter.
Dice 1 lg. onion and 4  stalks of celery and
add to pot. The spices are, rubbed sage, ground thyme, and poultry season. along with salt and pepper. Here is where it gets a little tricky.
I am going to say 1 teaspoon sage, 2 of thyme
and 2 of poultry season, always add less, you can put more in later. let this saute until veggies are soft. Add chicken or turkey stock, about about 5 cups. Bring to boil. Turn off.
Take the bread and add salt and pepper to taste. Take all the veggies out of the stock and add to bread, then add stock a little at a time until bread is very moist. Taste, then if it needs more spices you can add them then. If it is to wet add more bread, if to dry add more stock.
Mix up 3 eggs and stir into dressing.
pour into a baking dish sprayed with Pam, cover and bake at 375, for about an hour, check every half hour  to see if middle is firm,
you can take off cover the last 15 min. to have the top crunchy,( I love that part).:)

Serves 6 to 8 people

I hope you liked the recipe for this week.
I like having dressing more that just
2 or 3 times a year.

Thank you for stopping by.
And Have a wonderful Sunday.