Tuesday, July 23, 2013

WOYWW # 216

 Showing off another yummy recipe from my Cook Book Club Recipe Class at my local craftin' store, Urban Papers. We get to sample the recipe all made up and then scrap a page...A great time for sure! As always, the page is designed by Jill McDonald, and the recipe cooked up by her sweetie Tom!


 Hello my fellow WOYWW'ers! I have not gotten to join in the last few weeks-too tired from the fresh cherry harvest! I do see the end in sight-coming close for sure! Yippy Skippy! I have managed to do a wee bit of stamping, but oh so slowly! My brain is just not functioning in craft mode quite yet.

Today on my desk you do get a peek at a Happy Birthday card I have in progress, my Silhouette glitter pens close to that, my little pile of pretzel snacks, and on the right side some papers I am using on my projects that have not been put away yet(and under those is the real bookwork that needs to be done). On my computer screen is the Art Impressions challenge blog...looking at all the pretties... And if you look real close you will see one of my new Peanuts/Charlie Brown stamps too. When I don't have enough concentration to stamp during harvest...I shop LOL! I have a darned good stash right now-I reward myself for working too much-keeps me happy!


Just in case you want to make these Citrus Butter Cookies-here's a close up of the recipe. Your taste buds will certainly do the happy dance! Sorry I don't know the name of any of the pretty papers...I know she told us, but that was oh so last week!

Pop over and say Hello to Julia and the rest of the crafty crew at the Stamping Ground!  I hope to be back in a day or two to show you a fun Penny Black card and a cute Paper Smooches card too! See you then!

Sue 

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20 comments:

Robyn said...

I always like to visit my neighbors first.
Cookies look yummy- problem is I eat them all!
Hope you come have a look around my place and thanks for welcoming me to yours!
robyn 55

Arnoldo L. Romero, MLA said...

The cookies sound delicious and the recipe card is beautiful. However, I would be afraid to mess the card, since I tend to get messy. Blessings!

Helen said...

The recipe sounds so yummy and the card looks gorgeous. lovely idea. have a good day. helen 7

Annie said...

Love the sound of those cookies but alas too much sugar for me now.
Hugs,
A x # 8

Julia Dunnit said...

I know it's hard hard work, but the though of harvesting cherries is ridiculously romantic to me. Do not put me off by real life stories will ya! And yep - I shop when busy too - almost sort of fulfilling the sihes..and of course, when the stuff arrives, I'm too tired to remember what I planned to do with it!!

Ria Gall said...

Hi Sue
I love the thought of the class you go to it must be lovely to taste some nice cooking and then scrap the page with all the details of how to make it, what could be better
Sending a hug for WOYWW and I hope you have a great week
Ria #44

Vicki Parson said...

I really love your recipe swap idea! My mom and I plan on putting together a cookbook scrapbook some day! :) The cookies sound delish! TFS! HUGS

scrappystickyinkymess said...

Yum yum - they sound lovely. I always find the most interesting things on my WOYWW hop. And don'tcha love two monitors? I could never go back to just one!

Happy WOYWW!
Mary Anne (41)

butlersabroad said...

Glad to hear you'll get your life back soon, love fresh cherries but I wouldn't want to do what you do! That recipe sounds great, I love anything with citrus in it.

Hugs
Brenda 28

Sandy said...

I knew it was you because it had to do with food and your colors are always so wonderful!!!! Yummy recipe!
Sandy

Darnell J Knauss said...

Glad you won't have to work so hard pretty soon; I applaud how you reward yourself with lots of NBUS!!

Thank you for the close-up of the recipe!!

Bridget Larsen said...

I have so many recipes I would not know which ones to put on a calendar or card, yours looks awesome and yummy
Bridget #23

JD/ Jill said...

Your recipe swap and scrapping sounds wonderful...wish I didn't live so far away....

Danie May said...

What a fabulous idea for a class, my local crafting group gets together for the day and always shares a homemade morning tea so how great it would be to share the recipes and scrap about them at the same time. And your citrus butter cookies sound delicious. Happy WOYWW! Danie #72

Donna Ellis said...

Pretzels! A woman after my own heart! Cute recipe card, Sue! And a clean desk top, too! hugs, de

Leslie Miller said...

This sounds like so much fun! It must be perennial cherry harvest at my house because I'm always pooped out after work. Two computer screens? That's quite the command center you have there. Thanks for sharing the recipe. It sounds yummy. I love anything citrusy.

Jackie said...

The idea of cherry harvesting sounds lovely
I bet in real life it's quite back breaking
I love cherries though
Your recipe looks yummy
Jackie 72

Glenda Atkins said...

Thanks for the recipe, yummy!
hugs
Glenda

Krisha said...

Still making late rounds to WOYWW desks. This recipe looks and sounds yummy. I saved it to my pc so that I can try them. Thanks for sharing.
Krisha #22

Nikki said...

They be some sweet cookies but sound yummy hugs Nikki 31

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