Thursday, December 2, 2010

there's no place like Gnome for the Holidays Imaginisce card and Crescent Bundle Surprises Recipe #2

Imaginisce Gnome Card

Copics Used

Close up

Ingredients for Crescent Bundle Surprises

Snickers Bar cut into pieces 2.07 oz. size

Pillsbury Crescent rolls cut in half bottom up

Snicker pieces on top of Pillsbury Crescent roll halves

Rolled up on pan/stone

Put in oven at 375 degrees

after cooled frost with cream cheese frosting in sandwich baggie with tiny hole in end

Yummy now eat!!

Pizza oven update

     Wanted to start early today at trying to get this post! So good morning!! Sitting here having my tea while the sun is beginning to shine....yippie! It is very cold here today at 34 degrees....I know so cold for some but for us southerners yeah its cold! lol! The card I made using the same sketch as the lo I did on Saturday. HERE is the link. The sketch is by the talented Melinda Spinks
A fabulous little sketch. I have really enjoyed all the Imaginisce stamps, All About Scrapbooks sells them where I teach classes. They just make great little stamps for an awesome price. Imaginisce has a great sketch this month too check it out HERE. I hope to participate and I hope you can too. The little house on my card came from Nancy one of my wonderful students, it was a brand new punch she said she had no use for...I love it, thanks Nancy!! The cardstock is an Archiver's stock and the snowflakes and circles are Fiskars punches. The Santa gnomes were colored in using the copic sketch markers and paper pieced. I punched the house out several times to add lift. The sewing is my Brother sewing machine and Sulky metallic thread.
     The Pizza oven is coming along....still waiting for the mortar to dry. Bruce works on it ever moment he is not at a real soon!! We can't wait!! Abigail my sweet granddaughter came over the other night  I gave here a little paint set Cooper picked out just too cute. Love that pic of her.
       The recipe #2 is Crescent Bundle Surprises found on page 67 of a Taste of Home magazine Fun Food. Sept. 25, 2009.  The recipe comes from Joyce Platfoot of Wapakoneta, Ohio. We have been making these since I found the recipe...oh my. The family loves them...Bruce says "take these away from me." They are just so easy and fun. The kids can do it!  All you need is 1 tube of Pillsbury Crescent rolls, 8 fun size Snicker bars, halved. 1/4 Cup of cream cheese frosting. Simple as that! I used the 2.07 size Snicker bar cut into pieces it took 2 candy bars to do the one tube. I froze them is a Tupperware container flat and pop out when a snack is needed or your holiday table.
1 tube (8 oz) refrigerated crescent rolls
8 fun sized Snickers candy bars, halved ( I used 2.07 cut into pieces)
1/4 cup cream cheese frosting
sandwich bag/ pastry bag
See steps above. Cook on ungreased pan/stone at 375 degrees cool and frost. Use the sandwich bag to frost by cutting small corner off and pipe out or use a pastry bag and tip number 5.
Have a wonderful day and see ya tomorrow with Recipe #3...surprise!! Also I got something in the mail last night it was around 7pm or after...can't wait to share. Cyber Hug, Dawn Gallop :o)


Sherry -Aunt Elmo- said...

love that card and that sentiment is just too cute! I so want that pizza oven!!!!!!! And your granddaughter is a cutie for sure!

Tobias made (ate) his first cookies today. He sampled everything but really loved the brown sugar! Gross!

I love Taste of Home magazines!! Always something good in there!

Hope you have a great weekend!

Jennifer said...

My mouth is watering over those Crescent surprise things! hehe

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