Ribbon Holder

I am about to distract you with my new ribbon holder that my husband Bryan made me. I am really trying to finish all of my ornaments for my Christmas Calendar by the Wednesday deadline! So I will post all of the pretty ornaments then. But, in the meantime, we are having to really make room for baby #2 and that includes having no mare craft room :( I know its for a good cause haha, but its still sad. So I had to split my dining room with my craft “space”. I told Bryan I needed a rope or a dowel to hang my ribbons from and look what he came up with… isn’t he so clever! He is VERY handy!! Look at that little man under the craft table checking out Dad’s work…
He just drilled holes into the back of my craft table and screwed in hooks so I can take the bar off to change out the ribbon. (Please excuse the ugly wires)
And voila, how space-savvy is that?? Thanks honey!
Be on the lookout for 3 exciting posts soon to come, a FINISHED Christmas Countdown Calendar, a remake of my grandmother’s vintage holiday tablecloth and our new Cloffice! So exciting….

Carrabba’s Chicken Bryan

Gotta love a knock off! I was watch Good Morning America the other day and this guy was on talking about his new book. It was full of restaurant recipe secrets and he made one of my favorites, Carrabba’s Chicken Bryan. I just caught a glimpse so I have no idea about the measurements for this recipe but I decided to “wing it” and it turned out really good! My hubby, Bryan, doesn’t even like goat cheese and he loved it!
I made it a little fancy Italian dinner night and it was really easy and way less expensive!
Ingredients:
chicken breast
goat cheese
basil 
sun-dried tomatoes
lemons (for juicing)
white wine
cream
butter
garlic
pasta (optional)
Directions:
1. Grill chicken breasts
2. Melt 3/4 stick of butter and sautee some garlic
3. Add a little white wine, a bunch of lemon juice and some cream and stir for a few minutes to thicken. At the very end add chopped basil to sauce.
4. Slice sun-dried tomatoes and goat cheese and place on top of chicken then cover with sauce
5. I put my chicken over Penne Pasta and served crusty french bread and olive oil herb dipping sauce, yum!

Felt Food Factory….

There are TONS of felt food ideas all over the web but until last week, I had never made any. Now I have to admit, I have a felt food problem. Seriously it is addicting, I am going back to hobby lobby tomorrow to get more colors! We are making Finn a play kitchen out of a nightstand for Christmas so we have to have some play food, right? I have so many ideas but last weekend I tried just a few of them. Be ready for more pics from the Felt Food Factory coming soon…


Burger (bun soon to come)


Grocery Sack


Peel-able Banana 

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