So I have a goal of creating 50+ Mother’s Day cards this year, to give to a Nursing Home on Mother’s Day. You will see the “Happy Mother’s Day” message a LOT this coming year! This is one using a collection from the spring, the Climbing Clematis, and is on a 6” x 6” card base.
I also added a cute little pop of butterflies from the Floral Butterfly collection, and stuffed some tiny pale pink blossom in there which I fashioned from the Wisteria die, just to fluff it out a bit.
Obviously, hamburger and cheese are keto, right? But sometimes you just want a BUN to put it in, you don’t want to eat it with a fork!! Gotcha covered! Cheesy chaffles to the rescue!
I’m sure some of you are well acquainted with chaffles, I personally have my peanut butter chaffles 5 mornings out of 7! But chaffles are not just for breakfast- we use them as bread in my house, and sometimes as dessert!
The pictures will tell the story, of course you want Sugar-free Ketchup or BBQ sauce, and whatever trimmings you enjoy.
Mix one XL EB egg with 1/2 cup of finely shredded cheddar cheese, and 2 tablespoons of almond flour. Pour 1/2 of the mixture into your mini waffle iron and cook. When it comes out, while the other one is cooking, you quickly sprinkle more cheddar cheese over your warm chaffle.
Then let it cool on a grate. When the second chaffle is done, let it cool as well – the almond flour will let it be stiffer than usual. Then just put it together!
In the evenings, I like to make flowers, and dream up designs for cards. On Fridays and Sundays I try to actually make the cards or folios. I’m even trying to branch out from Heartfelt Creations, but they just have such adorable designs!!! This is more Climbing Clematis and a Sweet Magnolia card.
I have been remiss in posting on here! Life has gotten much busier, now that it is summertime, and we are spending our spare time visiting Florida’s Natural Springs, beaches and family!
I actually have been crafting, and have been enjoying working with Heartfelt Creations Sweet Magnolia, and Climbing Clematis collections.
In fact, I’ve been tweaking the Clematis and making it into smaller Dahlias. The magnolia has many possibilities, and each of these stamp and die sets have three different sizes. I enjoy generally clustering my flowers in odd numbers, like 3 and 5, and will often make three of the larger flower, and two smaller, or one large and two smaller.
This is a Beach themed wedding cake I made for an associate at work about 4 years ago. Unfortunately, it shifted during transport, so is less than perfect.
I had a lot of fun with the shells and plumeria…..everything is made from white chocolate! I ordered some molds off Etsy, and just had a blast! I even got to eat my mistakes, which were many, as I experimented with the corrects colors I was looking for.
I just realized that I forgot to post this card! I had quite a bit of fun, as I “cut down” the size of the flower (purple & black card) and since the flower is just so darn easy, it’s easy to have a card made, and then just rummage through your leftover flowers to embellish it.
This was pretty much finishing up the paper pack from Heartfelt Creations “Delightful Dahlias”, and for me, really branching out into the color orange.
Of course I didn’t really intend on orange, I kinda was hoping for that flame type flower, where it starts out as a pink and then near the tips has the orange/pink flame colored, but oh well!
Both of these are little folios, the square one measures about 6” x 6”, and the rectangle is about 5” x 7”.
I have a secret tag tucked in behind these bright pink dahlias – it has the light purple, organza ribbon bow on the top of it, and a little message on it.
The inside folio has a pocket with a gusset that will allow a thin candy bar, or package of hot chocolate, or some other fancy gift or gift card.
I was super excited to see that I won one of the monthly contests by Heartfelt Creations! Funny enough, on my FB post, I said that I already felt like a winner, because working on the flowers and playing with the beautiful paper helped me get out of a crafting slump!