I have hurt my back somehow, I can hardly move. I slept until noon, I am usually up by 7:30 work or no work. Mr. Wonderful went to get me Icy Hot and Advil and I’ve been taking it easy and blog surfing. I started craving olives and Mr. Wonderful went out again and got me olives from the olive bar, see why I call him Mr. Wonderful. I wanted the olives to pair them with my new obsession, Pretzel Crisps.
I am addicted. I found a site today with recipes, I even thought for just a second I could convince Mr. Wonderful to make a third trip to the grocery for this recipe.
DELICIOUS HOT CRAB DIP
– 8 oz. cream cheese (very soft)
– 1 lb. fresh crab meat
– 1 clove garlic, minced
– 1/4 c. mayonnaise
– 1 tsp. onion juice (opt.)
– 1 tsp. mustard
– 1 tsp. powdered sugar
– Dash of salt
Mix all above ingredients together then add 2 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce; mix well. Bake at 300 degrees until it bubbles then keep it hot – serve with Pretzel Crisps.
Doesn’t that sound yummy???
So while sitting around munching Pretzel Crisps and olives I found some fun stuff….
- 10 Common Thrift Store Finds
- Super Cute Scrapbook Room
- Tip Junkie Halloween Decorating Ideas
- A Little Halloween Enabling
- Painting Faux Pumpkins
I love when someone makes something and then blog land starts recreating, Tater Tots and Jello made the above wreath and then Disney Scrapper made her own version.
So none of you who read here often will be surprised that I then needed to figure out how it was done and see more and more and more…..
Do you love? Well this kind blogger (The Picky Apple) was kind enough to tell us HOW she did it.
This cutey was made by LDS Craft Project and she shared the details also.
I am sure there are more out there, it’s too cute not to be reproduced so if you have seen one I’ve missed leave me a link in the comments. I love them.
Thanks for posting the inst for the ribbon wreaths! Love your blog, BTW;-)
Thanks so much for the shout out! I had such a fun time making that ribbon wreath, and I’m looking forward to making another one for a different occasion.