Good Evening Everybody!
Tonight I have a mixed bag of things I wanted to mention....
First Off... Carriage Clock Info...
Thank you so much for purchasing the Carriage Clock Tutorial! As always I'm so incredibly honored! Unbelievable! Thanks Gang!
Some notes on the pattern....
Yes, I did have a big typo on the front cover of the Tutorial! LOL! I believe I put blogsot instead of blogspot. I was just trying to be unique you know? LOL!
Next, I've received several emails asking about where I buy my acetate for the clock face, so I thought I would post it here for all. I have found the best heavy weight acetate from Scrapadabadoo.com! Here is the link: 9x12 Acrylic Sheets. You won't be disappointed!
Another tip.... A fellow paper crafter, Katina sent this one to me. Katina found it easier to use a 1/2 inch -half round piece she found from the hardware store. Probably in the Trim Department- Lumber section. What's awesome about this is, it would truly be easier to cut and sometimes you can catch one of the sales folks and have them cut it for you. Thanks Tons Katina! Awesome Idea!
Last, I want to blow y'all away! Ready! I'm not a cook! I mean NOT A COOK! I try so hard at it, but gave it up when I tried to make a birthday torte for a friend that ended up being a paperweight I still use today on my desk!! LOL! I'm going to be honest here, I do have occasional moments of frustration. :) However, when I even get near the kitchen my frustration level immediately grows and a bright red rash that spells out "Loser" shows up on my forehead! LOL! I even burn the hellations out of a microwave dinner for God's sake! Just not my forte! Hate it! LOL! I've gotten to the point where I'd rather go to bed hungry than to burn, over-salt, boil to long, forget to add ingredients, you name it to food!
But tonight, I found something simple! It's one of those, Oh My Gosh, I actually made this moments! OK, don't laugh at me! (I'm sure it wasn't the healthiest meal around, but I did go for a nice long walk tonight to offset some of the calories!) The recipe came from the Campbell's Kitchen Quick and Easy recipe thing online. Go figure! You can find it here...Quick & Easy Dinner Nacho Supreme.
For the seasoning packet I used McCormick's Taco Seasoning packet and used Ground Sirloin instead of plain old ground beef. On a bed of lettuce, as a taco salad, on a nippy night like tonight...TOOLICIOUS! Y'all! If you eat beef that is. It came out great! Yahooo!
See, I told you about my A-D-D! Only I can blog about Acetate and Nacho's in a single post! LOL!
Y'all have an awesome night! Back to the studio...
The Gentleman Crafter