Friday, March 13, 2009


This is my hubby favo bread that i came up with. The glaze has a bit of a hint of almond and is topped off with some chopped pistachio nuts.

Homemade glazed pistachio bread!! for sale in mysweetserendipity etsy shoppe

I made this quick banner for one of the front windows on my new shoppe!! I love it!! love the pink of cource but it has a vintagey/retro feel with the embellishes!!! I took white crepe paper and sewed it on my machine gathering along, made all the accordian flowers on the bottoms and then handcut the letters out of paper added some "BLING" pink glitter to each one and then put them on white pieces, to stand out I added foam pop dots to each letter.

Old recycled pieces of ribbons are added and a couple buttons. Each triangle is distressed a bit using Tim Holtz distressing ink in black.

What do yall think??

Have you been on flikr?? OH My gosh I have been putting pics there of some of my altered stuff and scrappy stuff and all I can say is WOW! there are so many cool pics and SOOOOOOOOOOOOOO many talented paper artists out there it is truly amazing. chick em out if ya get a chance!!! I could spend ALL day in there believe me!! BUT i have to get off here as my mom,brother and I are goin out to lunch today and also doin a bit of grocery shopping then back home to play for the weekend!! AND sunday it my birthday!! YEPPER BUT NOT another year older i might add!! ROFL~~in my 30's and lovin it so much will stay here awhile longer!! LOL!! AGE IS JUST A NUMBER ANYWAY!! Well i hope yall have a super wonderful blessed weekend just in case i dont get back on here.


thanks again for visiting my blog~~


Olde Dame Penniwig said...

Have a super birthday if I don't "see" you before then! I think the 30's is the funnest decade of all, enjoy you young thing you!

That Bakery pennant swag came out great, that would even look cute in someone's kitchen...!

Your mom must be feeling alot better, going to lunch with you all, wonderful!

UPON A HILL said...

Oh the bread looks yummy! You did a fabulous job on the letters!