Friday, November 16, 2012

Christmas Bell Pot-N-Tag

Hi everyone,

Today I am going to show you a wonderful card made by "Vedeler" at

You will just love this card, it is so
easy to make. I just made the tag out of a smaller die to match the card.

I had so much fun making these.
I hope you will pop over to her site and try them for yourself. She has some awesome
projects you can get to come to your e-mail every time she makes one.

Thank you so much for stopping by
and taking a look today.

And have a scrappy day...

Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Your One In A Million

Hi Everyone,

Today we are going to take  a sneak
peek at one of the new stamps from S.W.A.L.K.. This one is called
I love this new set! All the the
characters have animals with them.

This is my project:

I stamped the image on the
Then colored them in with my 
I added the sentiment, then sponged around the paper with a light blue ink.  Then added the ribbon and placed the picture on the blue and white swirl card stock.

These stamps will be released by the end of the week, so make sure you pop over to the Crafter's Companion Shop
and take a look.

If you would like to see more of the stamps, pop over to
and see all the wonderful projects the team have been working on. 

Thank you so much for stopping by
and taking a look.

Have a scrappy day!

Sunday, November 11, 2012

Sunday Dinner

Hi Everyone,

I hope everyone is having a great day.
Today, this is what we are going to be making.

My daughter and I went to a little restaurant called "Lake Manor" for our birthdays.
This is what we had, only Jenn had a cheese burger inside and I had a country fried steak.

I thought this would be great for the guys to have a large platter of these to watch the football game.

I made mine with country fried pork loin.

To stare out I purchased 2, 1 inch pork loin
chops butterflied, tenderized them, and pounded the heck out of them, lol.

Then  dipped them in seasoned four,
( salt, pepper, season salt, garlic salt,
and a little cyan pepper). then in egg and butter milk mixed together, then panko
bread crumbs. I fried them in a pan with about 1/2 inch peanut oil.

 Then make a package of bacon in the same pan.

Now that is one pork patty, you make 2 sandwiches out of that. I made 2  patties.
If you cut 2 sandwiches into 4 you have 16
yummy bites on a large platter to feed the guys.

You can put anything you like inside.
Cheese burgers, country fried chicken, steak or pork, even fried shrimp or lobster if you like.
The sky is the limit.

Next the grilled cheese. You make two, one for each side, I used Texas toast bread.
I used American and Hot Pepper cheese on one and American and Colby on the other.
you can use any cheese you like, just make sure it's good and cheesy!!

Then just put together.

One grilled cheese, a little mayo or mustard or what you like, I used a little mayo mixed with horseradish, then I put 3 pieces of bacon cut in half, then the pork patty, tomato, onion and the other grilled cheese.

With the pan drippings I made a pepper gravy to dip them in. I figured if you are going to
pig out, you might as well go all the way!!  LOL!!

You can also just serve half a sandwich with
 a nice salad or corn on the cob, and have a great lunch or dinner.

Don't forget to have a DIET coke with that!

Thank you so much for stopping by
and taking a look.

Have a great Sunday.