|Apricots ready for the canner|
Last year I was trying to can like I had a family still helping me and by the end of a canning day I would be dead on my feet and in pain for several days. This year I have decided to pace myself a little better.
|Bottom two trays of apricots in our new Food PANtrie|
|One of the Food PANtries hanging out of the |
reach of the animals:)
I really want to make some salsa again this year and we should have enough tomatoes for that. The salsa I made two years ago was sooo yummy! Not quite as good as fresh salsa but in the middle of the winter it was GREAT!!!
Now, for the card I promised! As a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator I try to show you cards made with what's new and currently available. However, for this card I dug out one of my favorite retired stamp sets Strength & Hope. The person I made the card for likes blue so made it with Baja Breeze...just for her.
The Stampin' Up! products I used for this card are:
- Paper: Baja Breeze, Tangerine Tango and Whisper White card stock; Floral District Designer Series Paper
- Strength & Hope stamp set (retired)
- Classic Stampin' Pads: Baja Breeze and Rich Razzleberry
- Other: Dimensionals, Basic Pearls, Glue Dots
I have a wish for Stampin' Up! and that is to have a cancer stamp set in the catalog at all times. By changing the color this one could be used for any type of cancer. One of the websites that lists the colors representing various types of cancer is Trinity London. And YES I will let Stampin' Up! know of my wish:)
Have a wonderful day! Remember to hug the ones you love today and pray for those you don't! Kat