You actually have a choice of the houndstooth background or the plain green backgrounds.
Thursday, March 14, 2013
Monday, February 11, 2013
Wednesday, January 30, 2013
This dinner was SO yummy, I just had to share it with all of you!
If you have been following us for awhile, you saw Pam's post for Chicken Cordon Bleu Casserole which is awesome on it's own! For my family, I had to change it up a bit (hubby is allergic to poultry)
So, instead of chicken, I used boneless pork chops and cooked them as instructed in the recipe. The coating alone on the pork would be great, this just takes it up a notch! Then, I decided to add something besides ham this time and cooked up 3 pieces of bacon until they were nice and crispy. Once they cooled, I chopped them up and added them to the pork once it was all cooked. We also had some leftover rice from our takeout, so I threw it in the pan to heat it up. I also used Swiss cheese instead of Provolone and it was awesome!
If you decide to give my version a try, I would love to hear what you thought of it!
Thursday, November 8, 2012
Posted by Pamela Smerker at 9:51 AM
Tuesday, November 6, 2012
This project is an easy one and so much fun! In just a few steps art work is created and can be used in a variety of ways. I created this rabbit canvas art as a thank you for a sweet friend of mine who loves rabbits. Canvas art easily doubles as wall decor and photo props as well.
Required Supplies: Canvas, Spray Paint, Glitter, Adhesive and Gloves
Step 1. Spray Paint your canvas. It isn't necessary to have a background but I wanted to capture a pink and gold display. For a white base see my project here.
Step 2. Cut out the outline of the print you would like to use. Be patient with this part, it can be tedious. Cover the canvas with your artwork and make sure to cover ALL areas of the canvas with tape or paper to ensure the adhesive does not cover any surface other than your outline.
Step 3. Spray the adhesive lightly over your outline and immediately pour on the glitter. After just a few seconds flip the canvas over to allow the extra glitter to fall.
Enjoy your artwork! This project is one that would work for Holidays too, wouldn't a Christmas tree outline be darling with green glitter?!?