Take a look at these cute favors I made for our March Women's Club Meeting! It is still chilly here in Southern Illinois, so a hot cup of tea is a good thing! I used my Cricut ... Bags, Tags and Boxes patterns ... but most any kind of envelope container will work for these!
I tucked in a couple tea bags, a honey candy stir spoon and a candy stick.
We met on a Friday night, so the appropriate wish was ...
I'm going to direct you to my daughter's blog to see her post on our recent PIZZA NIGHT! She shares her quick pizza sauce recipe and has great pictures! Just click through this link.
I love using my Friendship Bread starter for things not typically thought of. It makes incredible pizza crust. Just click my Friendship Bread menu button and you'll find the original starter recipe, as well as, lots of ways to use it. Don't think that all it makes is a loaf of bread ... I use it for lots of things and I frequently put the dough in the bread machine to bake.
Miss Phoebe helped make this pizza ... and she might be the only child I've ever seen lick the bowl that the sauce was mixed up in! She also gave her daddy a little lecture about mushrooms ... and how he should adjust his ways and learn to like them because they are healthy for us! Daddy has a few dislikes where food is concerned ... and she usually follows his lead ... but not on this night!
Today I'm posting photos from one of my favorite March tablescapes. In Southern Illinois, March came in like a lion with ice and snow ... and we're hoping it goes out like a lamb!
This pretty Sunday brunch table is set with my Mikasa Garden Club from the 1980s and Fostoria Glassware from the same time.
I love using Dogwood on the table in the Spring, because our Shawnee National Forest ... and almost every neighborhood in our town ... is filled with the beautiful trees.
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