Monday, November 29, 2010

50% Off Sale

Check out my stores starting December 1st for this great sale!

Saturday, November 27, 2010

Kit: Merry Christmas Darling tagger size

Kit - Merry Christmas Darling
Contents in PNG format:
(not all items shown in preview)

10 bows
6 candles
2 charms with glitter
5 Christmas ornaments
1 Christmas tree
2 clock dials
6 flowers
6 frames
5 gems
2 glass brads
2 hanging jewel curtains
2 hearts
2 journaling mats
1 mistletoe
10 papers
3 perfume bottles
2 posers
10 ribbons
4 snowflakes
4 snowflake doilies
2 stars
3 stardust
3 stickpins
8 tags
7 wordarts
2 wrapped gifts

Element: Gold & Silver Snowflakes tagger size

Element - Gold & Silver Snowflakes
Contents in PNG format:

32 metallic snowflakes

Element: Christmas Snowglobes tagger size

Element - Christmas Snowglobes
Contents in GIF & PNG formats:

2 snowglobes animated with falling snow
2 snowglobe still graphics

Sunday, November 14, 2010

December Build A Kit

Working with a wonderful color palette, the designers at Scrapping Your Memories are busy working on a Build A Kit. On sale for December, you may purchase each 5 piece item for $1.00 Select as many 5 piece items, as you create your own kit collection. Again, each 5 piece item is priced at only $1.00 Mix and match designers, to build a kit uniquely your own. Below, are four previews from my Build A Kit, that will be available in December.
2010 December Build A Kit Elements 1
2010 December Build A Kit Elements 2
2010 December Build A Kit Frames
2010 December Build A Kit Papers

Thursday, November 11, 2010

Recipe: Homemade Pizza

My husband brought home a Tuesday dinner was homemade pizza. Took 35 minutes from start to finish. Rather then drag out my bread making machine, I made Bethany Harty's recipe for pizza dough. It was easy, fast and delicious...using it exclusively now. I love Bethany's blog and WordArt. This is Bethany's Pizza Dough recipe, with my changes in the spices...of course, adjust to your taste:

Easy Pizza Dough
Recipe is doubled for two homemade pizzas.

2 pkgs active dry yeast
2 cups warm water
2 tablespoons sugar
2 teaspoons salt
2 tablespoons oil
5 cups flour
1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
1 teaspoon oregano

Dissolve yeast in water with sugar. Set aside. In separate bowl, combine flour, salt, oregano (you choose how much you want) and garlic powder (ditto). Pour yeast mixture into flour mixture, and add oil. Mix and knead until a nice elastic-y ball. Split in half, and roll out onto a greased pizza pan. Spread on pizza or spaghetti sauce. Add cooked ground beef, pepperoni, green peppers, onions, diced tomates and mushrooms. Top with mild cheddar and American cheese. Bake at 425 degrees until done. Yeah, I 'm no good with timers. My pizzas in round pans, took just 28 minutes.
Homemade Pizza 1
Years ago, I purchased my professional round pizza pans and cutter from a restaurant food service equipment & supply store. Yes, they sell to the public. The quality and selection are simply the best.
Homemade Pizza 2


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