Friday, March 15, 2019

A few random things...

 * Joe and I just finished watching this docuseries on Netflix...

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Holy. Cow!

I didn't know much about Ted Bundy going into this series other than the fact that he was a serial killer.

This docuseries is GOOD.
Not gory....like I was afraid it would be.

It was VERY informational and VERY well done.

{Fun Facts: Did you know he escaped prison not once but TWICE?!? Also...did you know he was baptized into the Mormon church? Yikes! I had NO idea some of this stuff!}

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Who else is ELATED that this show is back on?
Joe and I DIE laughing every time we watch it!

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The Joe Bros are BACK! and I'm in LOVE with their new single "Sucker".  


Who knew Starbucks had delicious breakfast sandwiches?
Not me! I never go to the 'Bucks because I don't drink coffee, so whats the point?  {I do however occasionally get a cup of their peppermint hot chocolate}. The other day though I tried one of their sandwiches just because and YUM-a-LISH.

It was delish!

And attention all LOCALS! Speaking of sandwiches...

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I discovered the YUMMIEST little sandwich shop in downtwon Mesa this week with my friend.

It's called Worth Takeaway and it was DIVINE!!!

I ordered thier Calabrian Turkey sandwich with their house chips and I wish I could describe to you just how much I LOVED it.  

Also...we splurged and got their banana pudding for dessert and YUMMMMMM!!!  You have GOT to try this place!

{Also...does anyone have a REALLY good recipe for banana pudding?  I'm wanting to make some now.}

Wednesday, March 13, 2019

New Goodies to Share:

I've got LOTS of fun goodies in store for my Etsy shop this year and I'm over the moon excited to start sharing some of them with you!

My goal is to add new product EACH week so make sure to check in from time to time to see if I have whatcha need.

First up....


...as promised, I've added back my Young Womens Temple Hangers with the NEW Mutual theme for 2019.


These hangers are to serve as a REMINDER to your girls, as they hang it in their closet, that some day....they'll be hanging their wedding dress on it and meanwhile...they need to be 'hanging' onto their values...in order to get them to the temple someday.


Included with this hanger is a free download of my
 "Hang on to your Values" tag. 


You can punch a hole in em, attach to the hanger and wa-lah! The perfect little something!

These make great birthday gifts, Girls Camp gifts, Young Women in Excellence Gifts...etc!

Details on Hangers HERE.

Next up....if you serve in a presidency or a leadership position...these calling cards make the perfect little something to hand out to those you serve.



Once you download and print, you can laminate them and attach a magnet so that they can be hung on refrigerators OR....give them as is and hang on a bulletin board. 

The important thing is that others will know the BEST way to reach you and your counseors.

Calling Card Details HERE.

Last up today...


I've created some fun, NEW tags to attach to a nice,fluffy white towel for someone's special day of Baptism.



There's a PINK set and a GREEN set!

Details on Baptism Towel Tags HERE.

Tuesday, March 12, 2019

St. Patrick's Day Bread.


It's that time of year again where I start whipping up my favorite green 'bread'.  I say bread because that's what the original recipe called it but let's be honest...it's so sweet it's more like a tasty cake loaf.  

It turns GREEN {from the pistachio pudding} and it's the PERFECT little something to bring to neighbors and friends for St. Patrick's Day this weekend!

It's super easy and super delish!!

EnJoY!!!


To pair this treat up with some of my St. Patty's Day tags you can find them HERE.

Pistachio Pudding Bread
{but it's really cake!}

1 package Pillsbury yellow cake mix
1/4 cup water
4 eggs
1/4 vegetable oil
1 small package instant pistachio pudding mix
1 cup sour cream

Mix everything together until well blended.
Grease two large loaf pans and pour evenly into each.  

Mix in a small bowl:

1 cup brown sugar
1 tsp. cinnamon
Mix together and crumble generously over the tops of both. 
{You'll probably have some of this mixture left over.}


Bake at 350 degrees
 for 50-60 minutes for large loafs.

I also made smaller loafs and baked for about 40 minutes - just keep checking the middles with a fork to see if it's done.