Saturday, June 2, 2018

Blueberry Shortcake Baby Blanket



I finished this beautiful gradient baby blanket. The pattern stitch I used was C2C stitch. I used an H hook and I hook. I made a coordinating baby beanie to go along with it.

 Supplies:
Caron Cakes (2) in Blueberry Shortcake.
H-hook
I -hook


Saturday, April 28, 2018

Newness

I'm coming back with more projects, crafts, and food recipes! Stayed tuned

Thursday, November 23, 2017

Heart Cat

Here's a mini card I made for a co-worker. I had recently had time to start crafting again. I found my copics and some inks, to start the crafting process again. I wantes to use the grey area around the cat, as layers, but will work on that technique.

Supplies:
3x3 Stampin Up! Valentine Paper
Neenah Solar White Cardstock
Mama Elephant Three Amigos Stamp Set
My favorite things hybrid ink in black
Distress File
clear glitter pen
Copics 

Tuesday, April 4, 2017

Cake Card

Here's a quick card I made using a circle die cut. I love how easy it was to create.

Supplies:

Bazzil Cardstock
Simon Says Stamp Heavy Cardstock white
Lawn Fawn It's your birthday!
Copic Markers
Sakura Souffle Pen
Memento Ink
Pretty Pink Posh Sequins

Sunday, March 19, 2017

FoodQT: Lucky Green Treats


Here's some goodies I made for St. Patrick's Day, using new Wilton tips and new quick and easy coupler.

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Cat Happy



Here's a card I made using tone on tone color. It's almost a one layer card, using the same color cardstock twice. I also added flooring and sone dots to fill in space. Since this was a masculine card, I decided not to use sequins. 

Supplies:
Simon Says Stamp Olive Green Cardstock
Versafine Black Ink
Mama Elephant Three Amigos Stamp Set 
Black fine point pen
Copic Marker in N9

Tuesday, February 14, 2017

FoodQT: Frijoles Puercos


In my house, we have regular refried beans, but this time I made these delicious, Frijoles puercos. Translates to Pork Beans, but there's no bacon. Using chorizo and pork lard making super delicious and adding a little kick wI'll guarantee them to be gone from the table quick.

Supplies
1lb of beans, pinto preferred. Must be washed and soaked for more than 5 hours to soften.
1/2 onion
3 cloves of garlic
Boiling Water
A stock pot
Salt and Pepper
2 tubes of Mexican chorizo pork or beef
2-3 slices of pickled jalapeƱo +a small amount of pickled juice
2-3 tablespoons of pork lard or vegetable

1. Make sure beans are washed, sorted, and soaked for more than 5 hours to soften.

2. Boil them with cloves of garlic and onion. Do not discard onion and garlic.

3. After you boil, let cool for 5 minutes. Pan fry chorzo and include beans.

4. To get a smooth consistency, you need to blend beans, garlic, and onion. Add salt and pepper and a little bean broth to make them not so thick or runny.

5. Add shredded jack cheese and mix well, until melted by heat.

6. Served wit any main dish or alone on a tortilla.