Saturday, 24 March 2012

Week 147 - Use a cooking recipe

Morning all and thank you so much for the lovely entries last week. Don't forget to check previous post for winner and top 5.

And now for this week's challenge; I (and that would be Helene aka Mummylade) want you to use a cooking recipe of some sort on your project. The design team has made stunning work to inspire you with so no further explanation of the challenge feels necessary =)

Sponsor this week is Love to Stamp offering a $15 gift voucher

Brenda











14 comments:

Arnhilds Kreative hender said...

Your blog is just great. Lots of wonderful ideas. Just had to join this week too. Hugs Arnhild

enrica said...

thank's for this chance!!!i like too mutch your work!!! is fabulous!!!! thanks!! a big kiss enrica

dotty girl said...

what a great challenge ,,,this is my first time ,,,hopefully it wont be the last x

Lynda said...

Really love the challenge this week, the DT examples are lovely xxx

Wedgie said...

Aahhhh!! I love this challenge and all your gorgeous DT cards! Wedgie xxx

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the interesting challenge.

Tammy Ortiz said...

Thank you so much for a wonderful Challenge. I love everyone's enteries they are super.

Jo Rice said...

Great D.T. Cards, and really enjoyed this challenge.
Crafty hugs. Jo R. x

stacky said...

This is the first challenge I have entered so I hope I have linked it correctly - love all the entries - such brilliant talent x

ang said...

great challenge thanks angxx

Sara said...

Loved the challenge this week, thanks Sara xx

Maria said...

Such a lovely challenge. Wonderful inspiration yet again
Hugs
Maria x

Julie-Anne said...

great challenge, such beautiful cards from the design team, i have left my entry with mr linky, crafty hugs julie-ann x

Md Atiqur Rahman said...

Patricia C. Ross
I usually make tomato rice using pressure cooker.Recently my friend Shalini told me to try in electric rice cooker without using a kadai and she shared her recipe too. I love tomato rice only when it is fully packed with garam masalas.For Sendhil, it should be with least spices.So i tried Shalini’s recipe which has very less spices with a south Indian touch.He loved it a lot.I have made it many times so far.It comes out very well. http://ricecooker-hq.com/ ricecooker4u@gmail.com

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