Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Creative Cuts & More Mega Recipe Blog Hop...

Welcome, today is the second day of the Creative Cuts & More Mega Recipe Blog Hop which features the Apron Holiday Treats Recipe Kit. There are 24 designers sharing some Amazing pages and yummy Holiday Treat recipes.

As part of the celebration CC&M will be having a great sale. For the next six days, we will offer
20% off the entire store. But act quickly, it is only for six days – this sale will end on Nov 14th. Make sure you enter this code recipebloghop2009 during checkout.

As a continuing part of the celebration CC&M will, of course give away some Great Gifts!! Each day there will be a give away of one of the kits. Here is the twist – go through the blog hop, leave wonderful comments for the great designers, then after you have finished the blog hop, return to www.diecutdiva.com and instead of leaving a comment, share a recipe and you will have a chance at winning the kit. Share the recipe on your blog and link it back and get another chance to win the kit. Help us make this a super sweet recipe swap!!

The kit includes everything you need to make a Super Fun Apron Recipe Kit, but you can easily add your own stamped images, sentiments and embellishments to really make it your own!

Here are a few of the pages of my kit...the cover ( added some stickles, black crystals a little gingham ribbon and a few punches to what comes in the kit.)

Here is the first page, featuring on of my favorite easy peasy Holiday treats! (I added a touch of stickles, a snowflake punch, more ribbon and a PTI Snowflake stamp to the kit for this page)

I decided to journal a little about each recipe, maybe my son will keep this when he moves out????

And here is the recipe a little more legible...

Butterscotch Haystacks

2 (6 oz.) pkg. butterscotch morsels

1 (6 1/2 oz.) can peanuts

1 (5 oz.) can chow mein noodles

Melt morsels over medium heat. Stir in peanuts and noodles. Spoon onto wax paper. Shape into haystacks. Allow to harden, Enjoy!

Next you'll want to Hop on Over to Ellen Sosnoski's Blog and check out what she is sharing!!!

30 comments:

  1. Awww this is really cute! What a great idea! :)

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  2. Rachel, this is BEYOND cute!!! I love it! Great job!

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  3. I love your aprons! So cute!

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  4. How sweet! Love your glittery gingerbreadman!

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  5. Cute! I love how you journaled a memory on the front!

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  6. How adorable! It would make a wonderful gift.

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  7. This is AWESOME! And now I officially want some butterscotch haystacks!

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  8. very cute! thanks for sharing the recipe!

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  9. This is adorable!!! beautifully done Rachel!!

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  10. Very sweet book, the hand journaling is precious and your son will treasure it eventually if not immediately. Excellent job.

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  11. Absolutely adorable. Can't wait to try that recipe. Thanks for sharing

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  12. So sweet, love your 'memory' along w/ the recipe!

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  13. I like this one!
    Nice solution to this kit!

    Hugs fram Norway!
    Ingunn

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  14. So cute and butterscotch haystacks are YUMMY!

    Teresa

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  15. Wow... I think I am going to get lost here!! All of the information and pictures and recipes... my kids dont need baths tonight! :)

    Blessings-
    Amanda

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  16. You had me at the first blog. Now i want to make more than one. You ladies are amazing. Very cute

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  17. I love how you added your own person note. What a great way to document your memories. Very cute

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  18. Beautiful! Your son will appreciate your hard work and of course he'll take it with him when he's out on his own.

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  19. ACK!!!!!!!!!!!!! How adorable is this and please tell me you have that paper with the gingerbread kids in your store????

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  20. How fun...although I'm getting really hungry reading these!

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  21. CUTE! Love how you added your memories. So sweet!

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  22. Very Cute and Pretty! Great Job!

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  23. This is so cute! I love that you journaled (by hand, no less!) special things about each recipe!

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  24. SOOOO cute! Hope you're giving them to more than your son!

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  25. OMGosh I love gingerbread, this is awesome!! So cute, love this idea! :)

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