Another great challenge from Louise at http://kardkrazy.blogspot.com/ This week it is black and white. It was hard to not add a bit of red on the cheek of my victorian girl... So the tittle is "Memories" as you can see!
Tag Tuesday Challenge is Spring this week at http://kardkrazy.blogspot.com/ My tag looks more like Easter, but Easter is in spring! *Ü* The tittle is Beau Printemps (Beautiful Spring) The bunny is a stamp from bird and paperie no. 5
Hum... I just took out these mini bacon and leek quiches out of the oven! They smell wonderful! I can't wait to eat one. These are very easy to do. I used muffin molds and already made pie dough. For 18 mini quiche you'll need 8 eggs and 400 ml (approx. 13 ounces) carnation milk. You choose your own combination like ham and oignon, ham and spinach, brocoli and cheese,or like I made bacon and leek... Bake for 30-35 min. at 350 F. Serve with a soup or salad. My kids just love them! So do I!!
Have a creative monday wherever you are, in the kitchen or in the studio!
Today I want to share the way I make "envelopes" to ship my tags. It costs a little bit more to ship a rigid mailer than a regular envelope but it worth it! All my tags and/or cards arrive safely to their destinations! You can make 2 rigid mailers from one box (crackers, cereal, cake...) Some family members save those boxes for me. It helps to get a wide variety of sizes to fit the needs! The first step is to flat the box and cut it in 2. I measure the lenght of the box and mark the half and fold it. I cut the excess on both sides and end. After that, simply glue together. I also use tape to secure sides and tab before to ship it, to make sure everything is safe.
Voilà! It doesn't cost much! You have more ideas? Share them here!