Our week has been a hectic one...as usual. We've been helping our neighbors get ready for their move to Kentucky. They leave tomorrow! :o( I'm so sad to see them go, but hope to visit them soon. :o)
I made a few things to put in the "going-away" basket that I gave to them. Of course, I forgot to take photos before I took the basket over there...I'm having a loony day. LOL! I did take photos of one of the slider cards that I put in the basket. This was so difficult to photograph...guess it was all the glitter I used. Had to make it sparkle!! :o)
This is the outside of the slider card...
& this is the candy bar inside the slider. I decided to wrap this one. The white paper is the reverse side of the green. (DCWV) I made this set in PSP...the graphics are from PCCrafter. I just added a little sparkle to them after printing. :o)
It was a good weekend for my AUburn Tigers!! War Eagle!! I love it when we win!! :o)
Still haven't played with my new Cricut much. I did cut an envelope & card...they are so cute. Now to finish them. Maybe tonight if I have time.
Friday, was my sweet hubby's birthday. Happy Birthday Honey!! :o) I couldn't decide whether to buy a cake or make one...decided Friday morning that I would make one. I made him an Earthquake Cake. I don't like cooking very much & I don't usually share recipes, but this one is so yummy that I thought I would share it. It is definitely not a pretty cake, but YUMMO!! Let me know if you try it and how you like it. I will be making this one again!!
Earthquake Cake Recipe:
1 box German chocolate cake mix
1 1/2 cups chopped pecans
1 cup flaked coconut
1 16 oz box powdered sugar
1 stick softened butter
1 8 oz cream cheese softened
1 teaspoon vanilla
3 teaspoons milk
Pour pecans and coconut into bottom of greased 9 x 13 cake pan
Prepare German chocolate cake mix per directions on box
Pour this over top of pecans and coconut
In a separate bowl cream: powdered sugar, butter, cream cheese, vanilla and milk together
Pour this mixture over top of cake mix and bake at 325 degrees for one hour until top of cake cracks.
Have a fun week...thanks for stopping by!!