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July 12, 2021
Ruined: The Angel Food Cake Saga from Terificreations's Weblog

Baking is my first creative love beginning with the staff of life, bread. Oh how I enjoy kneading the dough until it’s just the right consistency then there’s that yeasty build up from the moment it goes into the oven when dough and heat combine preparing the bread for consumption. Waiting until the bread has… Continue reading Ruined: The Angel Food Cake Saga

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September 28, 2020
Download the October Calendar from Pat Sloan's Blog

Time to kick off some FUN!  Today I have a lot of topics, so take your time and enjoy them!:

  • Morrison Park Fabric tour Stop #1 with Cheryl & a Giveaway!🎀
  • Week #3 Layer Cake Sew Along 🍰
  • Download the October Calendar🎃
  • Today's Video 👩‍🎤
  • Wrist Update 🙌

Cheryl Brickey english trellis sneak peek

***Morrison Park Fabric Tour***

My talented friend Cheryl Brickey of of Mountain Mist Designs starts off my Morrison Park tour showing my fabric in her design, I can't wait to see the whole quilt!

Cheryl is an engineer by day writing patent applications for a textile company and a quilter by night. She currently ...

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January 2, 2020
The unveiling from Crazy Quilter on a Bike!

It was a fabulous New Year's Day. Quiet and I got a lot done. I like hanging out with friends, but I also like peace and quiet. I listened to an audiobook for a good part of the day. The Alice Network by Kate Quinn. I got this book off the book club list from the library. I wasn't sure that I was going to like it, but it's good, although it's long. The audiobook is 15 hours in length -  I'm about half done.

I don't normally provide feedback to the city on anything ...

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April 6, 2016
Birthday Banner & Cake Card from Scraps of My Life

Welcome back!

Today I'm sharing a recent card make for a friend's little girl, who turned six in March.  I love the colour-saturated Simple Stories birthday kits so I whipped up a quick little colourful card to put in with her gift.

Some fun polka dots and stripes, a little doily to soften some of the bold colours and hard edges and some die-cuts in the form of the cake and banner.  I popped some left-over red pearls from my Christmas cards onto the cake for a little embellishment and then stamped 'celebrate' across the bottom.

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