Tuesday, October 03, 2006




DUOTANG CLIP ELEMENT


Ok, round two! I tried my bestest to upload this blog entry yesterday, but it 'pears I confounded myself. No matter what I did I could not upload. Turns out (giggle!) that I, in a cleaning frenzy, knocked a wire loose which affected our internet connection. *sigh* no more cleaning for me, its dangerous!

I loved making this duotang clip element - should come in handy for lots of projects, no? Would love to see how you use it. You prolly notice that I have not added a drop shadow, nor bevel - you can add your own. However, tomorrow (yes, that would be wednesday) I will be posting this element again - with something added... got your curiousity up?




My sweetie brought me home FRESH FIGS! Believe it or not, they were grown locally. If you've never had a fresh fig before I will tell you they are very soft, cool, sweet and delicious, yet delicate. And oh so pretty to look at! Along with the figs, the farmer gave us some chinese apple pears which are crisp, sweet and refreshing.




I made cookies for Jeanne at our school. Last week when we had pot luck lunch at school, she lamented there were no cookies (tho some turned up later) and especially her favorites. After finding out her favorites were thankfully, easy to make, I threw some together on sunday night. I used my favorite Kraft recipe which does not REQUIRE flour, tho I add a scant 1/2 cup for a double batch. I also made them special by folding in a bag of HERSEY'S KISSABLES, little candy coated kisses. Lastly, I flattened the cookies with a flat bottomed drinking glass, dipped in sugar, to give the tops a sweet, glittery finish. You can find the recipe at the following link:




BARB'S HANDY TIP #89
Crock It!

With cold weather closing in, its time to cuddle up to the crock pot - it can be your best friend! My freind Kristin CB pointed me to this fabulous website featuring Low Fat Crock Pot recipes... she says the chicken stew is great - but steer away from the ham potluck bake ( I think it was that one lol) Enjoy! (PS, do tell which ones work out for you!)


15 comments:

  1. Thanks so much for the awesome duo-tang clip! That's such a unique element, and I'm sure you're going to be seeing it pop up on a lot of layouts soon!

    Loved your blog...and plan on visiting gagin :)

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  2. Thanks so much for the awesome duo-tang clip! That's such a unique element, and I'm sure you're going to be seeing it pop up on a lot of layouts soon!

    Loved your blog...and plan on visiting gagin :)

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  3. great job girl...can't wait for tomorrow ..thanks for the slow cooker website...

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  4. Very cool - thanks!

    karen (Hom74)

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  5. Love this clip! Thanks so much for sharing!

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  6. Thank you for sharing the neat little element you made...it's so different!

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  7. Barb! THanks so much.. oh I 'll have to check out the crock pot.. on the go as we are those things are a life saver!!

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  8. Barb! So cool! thanks so much! Also checking out the crockpot recipes as you know we are on the soccer go!!

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  9. Just discovered your site today.You have a lot of really nice things on here.Thank you for sharing your designs with me:)

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  10. Wow! A shmorgasboard of crock pot goodies.... thanks! :D And thanks for the cool clip too! :D

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  11. TYS this will be great to use!

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  12. thanks for the element - i love it! i am intrigued by your 'something added' comment... hmm...
    ! your figs look/sound yummy - i have never even seen a fresh one!

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  13. Thankyou for the clip.

    Those figs look soooo yummy :)

    XX Sharon

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  14. I love my crockpot! Thanks for the links to the recipes! Some of them sound fabulous!
    Camy

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  15. Thanks for the element!

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