This is a family favorite recipe!
For the Chicken:
-4 chicken Breasts, sliced (should be size of chicken tenders)
Lightly cover chicken in poultry seasoning and pepper. Place in a dish, or ziplock bag. Pour in a desired amount of lemon juice (I usually use about a cup) Marinade over night. When you are ready to cook dinner, lightly brown the chicken.
For the sauce:
-4 tbs. butter
-4 tbs. flour
-3 cups water
-5 boullion cubes
-1 cup of white wine, or white cooking wine
-2 bay leafs
Directions: PREHEAT OVEN TO 350
Melt butter in a sauce pan, once butter is melted, stir in flour, and make a thick paste. Add water and boullion cubes. Cook about 5 minutes until boullion cubes are softened. Then add wine. Let sauce thicken.
Meanwhile, brown chicken.
Once sauce and chicken are ready, place in a 9x13 baking dish. Crush bay leaves and sprinkle across the top. Cover with foil and cook for 1 hour.
Serve with homestyle noodles.
Serves 4-6 (I like to double the sauce)
Wednesday, September 30, 2009
Saturday, September 19, 2009
Wednesday, September 9, 2009
Lately I have been really in to making hair bows and clips. My personal favorite way is to wear them with a low side ponytail. These clips also look cute on infant headbands. I have been working on infant hair clips as well, pictures will be here soon...my baby model isn't coming until next week=)
Tuesday, September 8, 2009
Sunday, September 6, 2009
Friday, September 4, 2009
When I first got my vinyl machine, Paul and I made this family definition and put it on a mirror. I never posted it, so I thought I would!I just love this picture of the Las Vegas Temple. I decided to add a vinyl scroll above it...it gives it a little something extra!
I have been quite busy making signs for people! Here are some of the new ones!
In case you were wondering...
6x24 sign- $20
These make great gifts for any occasion! I'm starting to get busy!!! Place your orders today!
Here are some new Twilight themed items in my Etsy shop!
Twilight Girl Chalkboard
New Moon Invites
New Moon Cupcake Toppers
New Moon Magnets
Set of 16 Twilight Gift Tags
Vinyl Wall Quote
Vinyl Sticker for your car
Perfect for the Twilight fan!
Perfect for the Edward lover!Thanks for looking!
Paul and I just moved into a new place, so I've been doing some new kitchen crafts! Here they are!
This is a chalkboard I made to show what we are eating for dinner...that way there is no questions asked!
There is a wall in our kitchen that is completely empty, with no cabinets or anything, so I placed this saying there.
Well over a year ago I was searching for a cute Olive Oil container. No luck! I went everywhere, literally! The best I came up with was just a clear glass one from wal-mart. A few weeks ago, I was thinking of a way to make it cute...then a light bulb went off in my head...vinyl! Here's how that turned out!
I love toile print, so I made this recipe box. My other ones were full, so I needed a new one! I still have yet to make cute recipe cards and such for this one!
I painted this jumbo clothes pin and covered it with paper to hold my recipes up for me when I'm cooking.
Of course I needed some new magnets.
I didn't make these...but they were in storage for over 7 months, and I missed them! Haha! I found these at the Williams-Sonoma outlet for $5 a piece, they were originally $20...that was over a year ago, and I'm still proud of my great deal!
I didn't make this either! I bought this at a Craft show in Boulder City...I thought it was really cute! I made toile magnets to match!
Thursday, September 3, 2009
This is something I thought of for a Super Saturday project. It's a Christmas countdown, on a cookie sheet. This project is fast and cheap! I bought these cookie sheets at a local dollar store. The Christmas tree vinyl is $3.50 and the saying is $1...a total of $5.50 to make...not including the magnet. To do the magnet, I just used a tacky glue, and glued it to a flat marble. Once that dries, I used a glue gun to glue on the magnet!