So far I have cubed my bread for stuffing. I usually triple my basic recipe so I cubed 27 cups of cubes. Tomorrow morning I will put them in the oven for 15 minutes to firm them up some. I like fresh so much better than the store bought ones.
I chopped the onions and celery for stuffing. I don't actually mix this until tomorrow morning. But I like having everything ready to do. The pumpkin pie is made and is now in the oven baking. My neighbor dropped off a homemade pumpkin roll for me so that will be part of the desserts for tomorrow as well.
My next thing will be to set my table. I like having that done so I don't have to fuss with it tomorrow. There is plenty to do just getting the turkey into the oven and some other sides I will be making.
Now onto my card for today. This is another I made for the Hope You Can Cling To Challenges on Splitcoaststampers. Kerry was our hostess for this 14th challenge.
She wanted us to do something with mosaics. We were to search for an image that speaks to you. Recreate or use the image as inspiration for an element on your card.
I love this mosaic madness stamp set from Stampin'-Up and have hardly ever used it. It was the first thing I thought of when I saw Kerry's challenge.
I did my search on Pinterest and I found this card and used it as my inspiration for my card.
I loved the bright colors she used and her layout. So I kept that the same. I just changed my sentiment and that completed my card.
Well time to get back into my kitchen. So until next time........God bless.
Stamps: mosaic madness (Stampin'-Up), butterfly thinking of you (Great Impressions Stamps) Paper: whisper white, night of navy
Paper Size: A2
Ink: gumball green, summer starfruit, night of navy, raspberry ripple
Accessories: mosaic punch (Stampin'-Up), matting basics A & B (Spellbinders), silver pearls (Recollections)
I am also entering:
1. Addicted to Stamps and more has a make your mark challenge.
2. Crafty Gals Corner has an anything challenge.
3. Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge is anything goes.
4. Word Art Wednesday has an anything goes challenge.