Honey Buttermilk Bread that is....
I'm on a quest to perfect my bread-making skills, or lack thereof. You see....we live about 2 hours from the nearest city...where we can get our very most favorite Granny Sycamore bread....when we run out...we're out and Wonder Bread just won't do, and lately we've been trying to cut down on our trips out of town to save money and such....the time has come for me to start making Lilybean bread and I am certainly crossing my fingers that my husband will love it as much as the other. So far....so good. I have made three loaves total...one sucky....one not so bad at all...and now one baking in the oven, Honey Buttermilk...and I have high hopes. I must say that I absolutely love baking bread....something about it is full of love and warmth...it makes me feel so good to be able to do this for my little family.
Just a quick post tonight....I created this card set using Papertrey Ink's new Luck of the Irish stamp set, Ripe Avocado, Spring Moss, and Plum Pudding ink, Vintage Cream cardstock, Vintage Cream Medium Square Envelopes, Papertrey Ink Large Scallop Border Die, Basic Grey Green at Heart paper, Tattered Angels Glimmer Chips and Mist, Doodlebug Lily White glitter, and scrunched seam binding.
One last creation before I go....created for Emma's Paperie this week.
This card is based on a sketch you can find at the Emma's Paperie blog along with a complete supply list.
I must go...off to bathe my little beauty.
One sweet quote from one of my very most favorite women before I leave you:
— Marjorie Pay Hinckley