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Wow, that looks great Martha. I am going to try your gravy recipe for Christmas this year. I hope all of you will try it too.
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And now you can make yourself on at home.
Here it is. I'll take you through the steps of how to make a "Bruised Pineapple Martini".
Thursday, February 7, 2008
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Thursday, December 13, 2007
I am pronouncing this new year as "My 2008".
This year I will be more committed to my business. I will achieve more and be proud of what I do. I will take control of my future. I will learn more and share my new knowledge with many. I will not take friendship for granted. At every chance I get, I will let those I love know that they are special to me.
I want to document "My 2008" and share my sucesses with you. To inspire you to want to be better, to achieve more, to grow as a person. Take this journey with me as I chase my dreams through 2008. I will be sucessful, I will make more money, I will have better relationships. I will learn to better understand people and be understood by others.
I vow to myself that I will suceed!
Monday, July 23, 2007
1.5 oz. vodka
Hot Pepper Sauce
Worcestershire ® Sauce
Monday, July 16, 2007
Shall we begin?
Materials you will need :
- 1 canvas (any size)
- 2 colours of acrylic paint which co-ordinate with each other and blend with the room it will hang in
- 1 thick paint brush
- 1 thin, short bristled paint brush
- rubber or foam alphabet stamps
- 1 quote which inspires you (you can search inspirational quotes on the internet if you don't have on in mind)
Start by deciding which colour you would like to be your solid background and which you would like your lettering to be.
Once you have made up your mind, put some paint into a dish and use your thick brush to paint the entire canvas. Leave it to dry for a couple hours. You may need to do a second coat of paint over it depending on how thick the first coat was. If needed, leave another couple hours until second coat is dry.
Put some of your paint that you will be using for your lettering into a small dish. You won't need very much of this colour. Use your small brush to paint your stamps. Do 1 letter at a time. Don't put too much paint on the stamp or it will just turn the letters into blobs of paint.
Once you have finished stamping your quote you can add little accents if you choose to have something extra you would like. Leave you painting to dry and then it is ready to hang.
Here is the finished product:
Try it for yourself. This fun and easy painting will add a new feel to any room you hang it in.
Sunday, July 1, 2007
These two paintings hang in my guest bathroom. You can make some art too! Just buy 2 6"x6" gallery wrapped canvas (they are ready to hang - no need to frame) and pick out some acrylic paint colours you love. Just slap on the paint in all different directions until you like what you see. (paint can be painted over, so don't worry about making any mistakes!). Then use alphabet rubber stamps to put any words you want on them. Voila! Instant Art.