2.20.2015

Disney Bound


We are almost Disney bound again!  A few more days until we leave on our trip and I can't wait! I did a few previous posts with my Disney Bucket lists but I thought it would be easier to combine them then I can share what we got to and what we didn't. I also have had to make a few adjustments since there are quite a few things closed while the parks get ready for the 60th Anniversary that begins in May.
  1. Eat as many Mickey shaped items as we can and take photos of them all
  2. Eat a corn dog
  3. Get popcorn in a fun bucket
  4. Visit the Animation Academy
  5. See Muppet Vision
  6. See the Monsters Inc. Show in DCA
  7. Ride Big Thunder Mountain
  8. Eat a Dole Whip
  9. Go to the Tiki Room
  10. Visit Marceline's in DTD
  11. Try the Pommes Frites, Monte Cristo, beignets, and mint julep from Café Orleans
  12. Ride the Haunted Mansion in all it’s original glory (it was done up for Halloween on our last visit
  13. Ride the Disneyland Railroad
  14. Try a Matterhorn Macaroon from the Jolly Holly Bakery
  15. Eat the Fried Chicken at The Plaza Inn
  16. Watch a Parade
  17. Maybe attempt to ride The Tower of Terror again…..
  18. Ride California Screamin’
  19. Get my picture taken with Mickey
  20. Watch the Jedi Training Academy show again 
  21. Take Landon to the Main Street Magic Shop if it's still open..
  22. Visit the Silhouette Store on Main Street
  23. Find Hidden Mickey's
  24. Find the Beast's Library and Ursula's Cavern in the Animation Studio building
  25. Try to ride Radiator Springs Racers at night
  26. Play the midway games at DCA and win some prizes
  27. Check out the Emporium on Main Street
  28. Buy a loaf of french bread and butter from Jazz Kitchen Express or get a loaf of sourdough from Boudin Bakery at DCA.
  29.  Visit City Hall on Main Street to become an official citizen of Disneyland 
  30. Visit the Chamber of Commerce in DCA to get a copy of the Buena Vista Bugle
  31.  Request a map of the Jungle Cruise
  32.  The girls want to meet Elsa and Anna.  Luckily there are now fast passes for this experience.
  33.  I know the castle is going to be covered but I still want a picture in front of it with the painted tarp.
  34. Take the “Secret Path” near Harbour Galley Restaurant to get to Splash Mountain, take some pictures!  Start at the Harbour Galley Restaurant and head towards the right.  Follow the path to Fowler’s Inn, which is just decor.

Invite Your Partner Swap

The fabulos pinkmichk invited me to swap with her in the Invite Your Partner Swap on Craftster WAAAAY back in July.  I posted only a few photos of the amazing things she sent to me on Monday since the pictures I took way back when seem to have disappeared... 

Here are the things that I sent to her...

A crayon roll that I made for her son


A few sets of note cards cut with my Silhouette Cameo.  I quite like how the top three turned out.



A beaded Kumihimo bracelet done in pinks which is her favorite color.


Two stenciled shirts from some of her favorite fandoms. A Harry Potter and Hunger Games mashup and  Doctor Who featuring the tenth Doctor and the TARDIS.


Finally a key fob done in what reminded me of a race flag.

Since these things were made months ago I don't have links to all the sources but could track them down if anyone is interested.  I know I found the pattern for the Crayon Roll on Skip to My Lou, and the Doctor Who pattern is from a free pumpkin carving pattern I found online somewhere.

2.16.2015

Manic Monday

Way back in the summer I was invited to join the IYP Swap by another awesome Craftster member.  I can't find all the photos of all the goodies she sent me but here are a few


 

2.13.2015

Foodie Friday-Valentines Peanut Butter Blossoms

These cookies were a year in the making... I saw the idea on Pinterest last year and had every intention of making them, I even bought the heart shaped peanut butter cups.  But life was rather hectic and crazy last year and it just never got done.  

Now that life has settled back into a semi-normal schedule I have been able to cook and bake a lot more so these were going to get done for sure.  You make them just like you would regular peanut butter blossoms but substitute a heart shaped candy in place of the kiss.  I used Reese's Peanut Butter Cups for an extra peanut buttery taste but these would also be great with a heart shaped Dove chocolate.


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