Give away is CLOSED. And the winner is.... drum roll please Karee! You have won a fabulous minky scarf. Congratulations!! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ O.k let's kick this up a notch. This is my 1st official give away contest. I am so excited!! Want to win a free minky scarf?!! Just post of comment on my last blog post & tell me which scarf is your favorite. We will pick a random number. If your number is picked then you will recieve a fabulously soft & scrumptious minky scarf. Comments may be left until 6 p.m. MST Sat. 12/11/10. Winning # will be picked after contest is closed Sat. Winner will need to contact me to give shipping info. One entry per person please. Check back on Sat. night to see if you have won. Good luck!
If you haven't experienced minky you are missing out! This fabric is so scrumptious and fabulously soft. You will love it! Contact me to orders yours. These make great C h r i s t m a s gifts for anyone. Zebra w/black trim $18.00 Flower $6.00 Black Damask w/black trim $18.00 Flower $6.00 Lavender Tatoo w/black trim $18.00 Cream Swirl $15.00 Flower $6.00 Dark Chocolate Swirl $15.00 Brown Swirl $15.00 Black Swirl $15.00 Purple Swirl $15.00
I have been busy decorating the studio for Christmas. I had to have this when I saw it. Peace is something I pray for everyday. We need more of it in this world. I found these sliver sprays and snowflakes at Hobby Lobby (1/2 off of course!) I picked up the blue & silver balls from Wal -Mart . They are plastic...so that means they will last more than one Christmas in my house :) I have a ton of these wreaths. I used to have a huge Christmas tree and I would place these all over it. It was beautiful. The tree had seen better days and is now in that happy place in the sky. (Well...more like Goodwill but you know what I mean.)
I have made this several times this season and it still amazes me how delish it is! Great for taking to neighbors & friends. Chocolate Chip Pumpkin Bread recipe makes either 2 large loaves or 8 mini loaves 3 C. Sugar 3 1/2 C. flour 2 tsp. baking soda 1/2 tsp. nutmeg 1 1/2 tsp. cinnamon 1/2 tsp. cloves 1 1/2 tsp. salt 4 eggs 1 cup oil 2/3 C. cold water 2 C. pumpkin 1 C. chocolate chips Bake at350 degrees. If using a large loaf pan, bake for about an hour. If using mini loaf pans bake for about 40 minutes. Poke a toothpick or a knife in the center, when it comes out clean, it's done.
I have been on a new recipe kick lately and came across this blog that I just had to share. I love her recipes! She has done an amazing job catagorizing them and her pictures are great too. Check out her latest recipe. Orange Creamsicle Cookies Take a minute to check out her site. It is amazing!!