Have you been getting the fun video recipes on your Facebook feed, like I have, from Tasty? I have and some of them are hard to pass up! I have made a mental note to make many but, so far, have only made one. I wanted to share it with you. It’s called Meatball Sub Bake. I did tweak the recipe a little in the first step.
Instead of canned bread, I bought a loaf of french bread from the bakery. I ripped the loaf into bite size pieces then toasted them in the oven for a bit before adding the sauce, meatballs, and cheese.
I also used frozen, store bought meatballs. The recipe doesn’t specify what meatballs to use, it just calls for 24 meatballs. Anyway, the recipe was a big hit with my family. The kids asked that I make it often. Love it when that happens!
Two orders are getting packed up today to ship tomorrow.
This essential oil cross is heading to Illinois. It’s strung on 1/2mm brown waxed cotton string. The sting adjusts to allowthe weaker to leave it long or pull it up
These four terra cotta essential oil diffusers are heading to Louisiana. Each are strung on 2mm black waxed cotton cord. The cord can be adjusted from short around the neck down to abut 30″.
Add a few drops of oil and you can wear your favorite essential oil with you wherever you go!
Made to order, single letter monogram, black on cream, essential oil diffuser pendant. Available on adjustable cotton cord or white raffia.
Please specify if you would like dolphins, dandelions, or leaves in the comments section. Don’t see a style you like, message me and I will work with you to make something special!
Essential oil pendants on cord. The left is 2mm black cord, the right is 1/2mm black cord.
Made to order. Sometimes in stock. Small hand painted palm tree bowl. Hand build of white earthenware clay, then stamped and painted. These bowls measures slightly over 3″ in diameter. Each bowl is made one at a time by hand and will vary slightly. Two edge options. straight or scalloped. Each one will be slightly different in shape and size.
Kitchen prep work
gift for wedding or shower
May take up to 3 weeks to ship depending on my kiln schedule at the time of your order. Please message me with any questions you might have.
My earthenware clay pieces are kiln fired and are very durable. I hand-make each piece, one at a time, of white earthenware clay, impressed with either stamps, molds, real flowers, or one of my original hand-carved designs. They are all fired in a little kiln in my garage. First I make the impression and let them dry. I then sand them and make them smooth before firing them in a 2000 degree kiln for 18-24 hours. Once out of the kiln, they are ready for glaze. Each pieces is hand painted one at a time, and most are then clear coated to make them extra shiny. I then fire them for another 18-24 hours. My pieces are not flat, they are not perfect but that is all a part of handmade! Your piece will truly be one of a kind. 🙂
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ETSY SHOP: http://PattiMakes.Etsy.com
An inspiring reminder of your favorite verse, saying or quote.
I made this cross bowl for a friend with one of her favorite Bible verses.
These are available for custom order. Just contact me below.
It measures just under 7 1/4″ across.
It’s available with scalloped edges or clean edges.
Please allow 2-3 before shipping. $24
This weekend I’m working on getting new bracelets in my Etsy shop. I’m loving these new Czech beads. Check back soon if you wanna see the new bracelets. 🙂
I recently splurged on some new glazes! I’m dying to see dragon’s breath. Glaze is never exciting out of the bottle. Glaze is never exciting as you apply it. This time, Charcoal gray.
This is the Dragon’s Breath glaze, after being kiln fired @ 06. Beautiful!
Finally he’s back! We have been waiting for this male Painting Bunting since November. He had been coming to the feeder a couple times a day until we left for Thanksgiving vacation and the feeder was emptied. Today was the first time we have seen him since. The females come almost daily. I wonder what the males do, when the females are staying on task, making their daily stops at our feeders.