Creamy Mash Potato Bake
3 cups of mashed potatoes (can use box if need too)
1 cup of sour cream
¼ cup milk
¼ tsp Garlic Powder
Mix together spoon half of this mixture into a 2 qt casserole dish.
Usually use more of the below than noted:
1 1/3 cup Durkee French fried onions
1 cup shredded Cheese
Put 2/3 cup of French fried onions and ½ cup of cheese on top then add the remainder of the potato m
Bake at 350 for 30 minutes
Top with remaining cheese and onions and bake 5 minutes more or until onions and cheese are golden
Welcome to the blog hop! If you have arrived here from Toni’s Blog you are on the right track. I love the fourth of July as that was the day my first child was born. I have always been drawn to stamps that represent this special celebration.
I have wanted to make the Pop-up Box card and this seemed to be the best set to do it with.
Now hope on over to Dana’s Blog for yet another great idea!
Welcome to the Blog Hop! If you have arrived from Shirley Ross’s Blog then you are on the right track.
This month I made a card using the May stamp of the month along with this great guy stamp set C1571 “You’re the Best” and our timberline paper to create a fun card that could be used for father’s day or for your dads birthday.
For more great ideas hop on over to Priscilla’s Blog
Layout One is of my son JD and his buddy Taylor. I asked for five pictures…. this is not what I had in mind but I will take what I can get.
Layout two is of my hubby Dave when he went to college, this has been a few years….
Layout three is of David’s 40th Birthday, this two was just a few years ago. I still have four photos to add to the last page.
If you have arrived here via Kim Schnoor’s Blog you are on the right track! Glad to have you. Our stamp of the month set is called Balloon Talk, I know I am going to use these a lot for card making and scrapbooking also.
Have you seen the post on pintrest where you make a gift box out of paper plate? Well I did and then I decided who needs a paper plate, when you have CTMH and the cricut! So here is my gift box, a welcome gift that could be given to a new coworker or neighbor with some delicious homemade cookies to make them feel special!
Check out the instructions below or hop on over to Katy Taylor’s Blog for yet another wonderful idea!
To make this I simple cut a 10 ¾ circle, went up about three inches from bottom and scored a line then scored another about two inches above that. Cut in on each side and fold. They say to tape the sides I used a stapler to make it more sturdy. I then used our wonderful new papers called Paper Fundamentals Basics Assortment shown on page 125. For the bow I used our black tolling. I then used Liquid glass to attach the saying to the front of my bow. I could not find Lagoon colored tissue at our local Dollar general but did find a vinyl table cloth so now I can make many. I was thinking outside the box to decorate inside the box. J
Enjoy the hop!
Ivy Lane offers beautiful rich colors that will highlight those special events. My first layout is of some of my favorite young ladies from our youth group. They are such a joy to spend time with.
The second layout is of my youngest niece Jaydin at her 5th Birthday, which was a princess party. I so hated to miss this party but have enjoyed the pics and stories a great deal.
And my final layout is from the Scrapbooking retreat this past February, This was a ball not only did I get to spend the weekend doing what I love best… Scrapbooking but I got to room with some really fun ladies and thoroughly enjoyed them and all the others who got to join in.
If you would like to recreate these great layouts visit my website www.inkypaw.ctmh.com and shop for the supplies needed to complete these and other great projects.