Wednesday, January 27, 2010

New Things On The Way...

I am hoping that in the next couple of weeks I will be able to post several new things such as Scrapbooking Mini-Kits, Word Art, Photoshop Tutorials, etc. I don't think that I have ever posted any Photoshop Tutorials but I do have a few already made.

I have also been working on a lot of Custom Photo Card Designs to go with the ones that I already have. I am hoping that Ryan will help me get them set up on Ebay and maybe even Etsy. I will post those here as well.

I have been pretty busy trying to get a lot of photos re-edited for my photography business because I am hoping to get a new website up eventually. I had one in the past but I let my host run out because it was a lot more trouble than it was worth, in my opinion.

A week or so ago, Ryan received a Free Dell Server an he's been trying to get it running. I am hoping that we'll be able to figure everything out and I can host my website and even the things I post here so I won't have to deal with purchasing a host or posting things on 4shared. I mean, I like 4shared, but I don't have a premium account on there so I have to always make sure to log in occasionally so that my stuff doesn't get removed.

I am obviously just jibber jabbering right now so I am going to leave it at that... Look for new stuff to come very soon!


Tabby

Monday, January 11, 2010

New Year LO


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Kit by Digi Designs by Nicole

Christmas 09 LO

My Christmas 09 LO of Ryan and I, marking 7 years since he proposed.


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Kit by Sas Designs.

Sunday, January 10, 2010

Creamy Potato Bacon Soup

8 slices of bacon, chopped.
1cup onion, chopped
4-5 potatoes, cubed... See More
1 can of cream of chicken soup
1 cup of sour cream
2 1/2 cups milk
Salt & Pepper (To Taste)
I also use a little bit of chicken bouillon(powder form) just to taste.

Fry bacon until crisp. Add onion and saute 2 to 3 minutes. Drain. Cook potatoes in 1-2 cups water for 10 to 15 minutes. Stir in soup, sour cream, bacon and onions. Add milk gradually, stirring constantly. Add salt and pepper. Heat to serving temperature. DO NOT BOIL.

This Recipe makes a pretty average size pot of soup, about 6-8 hearty sized servings.