Friday, February 6, 2009

SneaKy PeaKy Deux!

Tutorial in the works.
EEeeeck!
It's cute!
I was hoping to have it all done today,
but alas, my family wants to eat
and have clean clothes to wear.
They are soooo demanding.

17 comments:

  1. Can't wait to see it, looks like farmer's market...

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  2. Oh COME ON!! Seriously how dare your family need food and clothes! Shesh the nerve of some people. ;):) SOOO JUST KIDDING! Can't wait to see. So hurry..... no pressure.... :)

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  3. oooh. ooooh. i spy fabrics i luv.

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  4. Oh, I see rick rack. Can't wait to see.

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  5. Oh, I see rick rack. Can't wait to see.

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  6. These families...you know how they are...but anyway...can't wait to see!

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  7. ohhh, it looks like it's going to be quite lovely! can't wait to see it!

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  8. send the family over here, I will cook and do laundry and you can get that project done!

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  9. Well I can't imagine what naked, unfed kids running around your house would look like, so you are excused to do laundry and feed the kids, Des!
    Cheers!

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  10. Looks interesting...love ric-rac!
    Julia ♥

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  11. Darn that ridiculous demanding family! Who do they think they are?

    Can't wait for the reveal!

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  12. Okay Des, we're still waiting...I'm waiting not so patiently...I bet it's going to be beautiful. :)

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  13. Saw your comment over at - well, it doesn't matter, but am here because "raspberry pork chiplotle" in the crockpot? You must post a recipe or a link or something!!!!

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  14. Diva: You're so funny!! It's really, really hard. That's why I do it. Because I'm such an overachiever. Actually, this meal is part of my freezer club, so someone else prepared it for me but it's still super easy. You just take a 1-2 pound pork loin, marinate in a bottled raspberry chipotle sauce. It marinates while it freezes and then thaws again. Once thawed, put in crock pot for 3-4 hours on low if you want to slice the pork, for 10-12 hours if you want to shred it. It's super good. I'll try to find out the brand of the sauce. Write to me at my address on the right hand side. Hope you see this!!

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  15. I see rick rack! Yes? I love Sandy's fabric, too. I never get tired of seeing it. Can't wait to see what you are up to.

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