Friday, January 21, 2011

May Arts Ribbon Blossom Tutorial and a Foodie Friday Rerun

I'm still not quite up to par enough to get in the kitchen and bake...coughing, Foodie Friday, version 2011, will resume next week.

In the meantime, if  you need some ideas for using up those May Arts Ribbon scraps, you can head over to the May Arts Blog for my tutorial on Ribbon Blossoms .

While you're there, be sure to sign up for the May Arts blue Scrap Can Giveaway.  Leave a comment on the May Arts Scrap Can post and you could win the contents of the scrap can.  I hear it's fabulous!

For you foodies out there, here's a rerun of my all time favorite Quick Italian Cream Cake


Something this good, deserves a curtain call!

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Sabrina Jackson said...

Awww, poor thing!! I am sorry you are still not all that well!! I will continue to send prayers your way my friend!! Oh my, this table scape is amazing!! Looks like a lot of work, but is so beautiful!! How is the newest addition to the family doing? I bet he is enjoying life!!! Hugs and blessings, Sabrina

~Tammy~ said...

Hope you feel better! Another amazing May Arts project Charlene! What a yummy mouth watering eye candy you have put before us there....I can taste it already!

Joan Ervin said...

Hi Charlene...sorry to hear you have been sick!! Hope you feel better soon!!! I love your fancy ribbon treatment on the package...what a fabulous idea for using up ribbon scraps!!! I'm off to check out your tutorial and sign up to win that bucket!!! The cake looks yummy, too...I'll be drooling all the way over to the May Arts blog!!!!!

Nancy said...

Sorry to hear you're under the weather. Hope you feel better soon, Charlene. Ribbon blossom tutorial was great!

Kelly said...

I'm sorry you're not feeling well. Isn't this weather that we are having crazy! Love what you do with your ribbon scraps but then everything you touch turns into a masterpiece! Take good care of yourself!

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