Making Ricotta Cheese

  Apparently, today is National Cheese Day–I didn’t even know that was a thing. It’s a good thing that yesterday I decided to make homemade ricotta cheese to celebrate. I visited a cheese factory once and it seemed as if…

Shaker Card

                    I had one last little frame left from Tales of a French Muse design paper by Sincerely Rina. What to do with it? I didn’t want to toss it in…

Tickets & Playbills — Memory Boxes & Collages

I love going to the theater–the movie theater, the community theater, or the Kennedy Center. I love free concerts in the park just as much as the National Philharmonic–if there’s a stage, I’m there. Since I go to so many…

Photo Folio

  I’m excited to share a design team project for SincerelyRina using her beautiful  Tales of a French Muse design paper. The paper is high quality cardstock and easy to use. I created a cross between a photo folio and an…

Mixed Media Canvas

      Here’s a project designed to inspire you! I didn’t buy anything for this project and used what I had in my stash. I was tempted to run to the store for some chipboard elements or a fun…

Desk Caddy

Write notes with style or make this desk caddy for a gift–either way–what a fun way to dress up everyday tasks!                                      …

Easter Treats

                          Let’s hop to it and create a fun Easter treat for kids–or anyone for that matter. It’s a matter of melting, dipping and sticking. Let’s go!  …

Cream Cheese Pound Cake

Here’s a cake with a WOW factor. It’s ultra-moist and has a delicious, buttery, cream cheese flavor that just can’t be beat. I made this for a friend on her birthday. She (and her husband) LOVED it! The two of…

Cinnamon Roll Pull-apart Bread

Not long ago a friend shared a video for pull-apart cinnamon bread on Facebook that looked delicious, so I, of course, shared it so I’d have it for a rainy day. A bunch of my friends saw the post and…

Spring Door Decor

Although it seems we hardly had a real winter, I can hardly wait for Spring.  Three weeks to go according to the calendar, but the thermometer is telling another story.  Maybe that’s why I decided it was time to take…

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