It All Started When The Lemon & The Blueberry Met For Coffee~

Of course, it was a match made in heaven. He he.

I chose a Lemon Blueberry Coffee Cake recipe for my Spring Recipe Card Swap.

My recipe cards~


I’m trying to use my extensive October Afternoon stash, so I ended up with two cards with small variations.

The blue card~


The white card~


I found a cute little coffee shop to use as my base and simply added a stamped shop name and open sign.

For some reason “you perk me up” reminded me of the coffee shop from the show Friends.

A close-up~


I then placed my lemon and blueberry heading into the meet for their date. Awww….

I know it’s silly, but that’s me.

The recipe~


If you try this recipe, let me know if you think it’s a true happily ever after for these two.

I do.

I used~
October Afternoon Assorted Papers, Metal iTop Gems, Simply Iconic Coffee Stamps
Love You A Latte for the Coffee Shop
Simply Charmed for the Lemon and Beach Ball turned into a Blueberry

Guess Who’s Coming For Dinner?

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.

The recipe~


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?

I used~

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