Now whether it’s to eat or be eaten….
Shocking, I know.
I was asked to join in a year-long recipe swap with a group of extremely talented ladies from the Cricut Circle Message Board.
We’re making a recipe for each season, so for my Winter recipe I thought soup would be in order.
Firebird’s Chicken Tortilla Soup~
I used Kate’s Kitchen to print and cut my wallpaper and floor background and also my stove.
I printed additional patterns to use for my chicken from Noah’s ABC.
Now if I’m being honest, I’ve never made this myself.
But, I have enjoyed it many times while dining at Firebird’s. He he.
I also enjoyed the nine other recipe cards I received in turn.
And do you know not a single one of the ladies pointed out that I misspelled the word cheese right smack dab on the front on my recipe card?
Aren’t they sweet?
Kate’s Kitchen for all the Printed Paper, Background and Stove image
Noah’s ABC for the Chicken
Kraft Paper, DCWV Gems
Cricut Imagine and Cricut Mini
Baked French Toast.
It’s what we have every Christmas morning for brunch when the grandparents come to see what jolly, ole Santa has brought for the kids.
And it’s what I used for my recipe entry in a cookbook several of us Cricut Circle Members are putting together.
My recipe card~
All of my papers and images came from the Cricut Imagine Kate’s Kitchen cartridge.
I love all the prints and fun kitchen appliance created by Cosmo Cricket.
They’re all just so happy.
And that’s how this family feels on Christmas morning enjoying Baked French Toast.
Hmmm…how many days til Christmas?
DCWV White Cardstock, The Twinery Lemondrop twine, Studio Calico Stamps
Kate’s Kitchen for the kitchen background cut at 5.5″, base patterns at 6″, Toaster, knife, bread loaf and plate cut at 4″
Week Two of Project Life~ I am on a roll now!
As you can see we at the Andrews’s house are very exciting people. Ha! What does it say about us when the highlights of the week are Hartly’s unique way of eating Oreo’s and Ashlyn’s irrational fear of cats? Sigh.
You know all those cute little images you find on your Cricut cuts, but don’t know how or where to use? Well, Project Life is perfect for those.
Here I used the finger with the string tied around it to remember something important from the Imagine More Cartridge. Cut at 2″ real size.
From Kate’s Kitchen the best motto in the world cut at real size 2″.
Since I had to show my new toy, Silhouette, some love, I used it to cut the letters in the word Remember. The font is Frank Ruel at size 144.
I added orange twine to tie around the letter R to mimic the finger.
Now I think I will take that motto and put it to use today!