OMG! I so love the mini pizza boxes, they are a cute little gift box. They hold our 3×3 envelopes as well…plus they even hold gift cards, so that is even cooler. They have a slick inside so they are food safe, so add a cookie too.
This uses the beautiful set Painted Harvest and make it into a wreath and the greeting is from the new Christmas Quilt set. Don't forget that you only have till the 18th to sign up for my Painted Harvest and my Christmas Class in the mail for September.
This was one of the make n takes from today's Make n Takes n Lunch I had with my downline, the girls loved making their candle and their mini pizza box, plus the food was awesome too…here are the girls…
Elena drinking her candle…ha!
Mary & Jacque
What a fun day, we missed all of you that could not come.
Well we did our last meal with Blue Apron, we tried it for a couple weeks. With my GERD issues (waiting to see if our insurance will pay for the TIF procedure – anyone had that?) it has too many ingredients I should not eat, plus too much of a mess, I mean I love to eat, but I hate messing with the greasy kitchen and all the dishes. It was fun for the time we did it.
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I'm a SU! Demo in Phoenix. One of these days I'd love to come to one of your events just for fun.
Check out this link about another meal subscription service if you haven't heard of it. Sounds easier.
I think my sister had that surgery, years ago. She seems to be fine with it. But I can connect you two (text, email?) if you want more info.
Diana Gibbs says
Hi Debbie, That would be fun if you could attend an event. With my gerd and stuff, I am staying off prepared meal plans and just cooking our own food…or eating out…ha! We are now ruling out if I have a stomach bacteria that could be causing my flap to stay open…I had to take in a poop sample…(ugh I would not want that job)…to be tested. I thought it would be a blood test, but they said poop, and I didn't have any on me. I will holler at you, if I need to do the TIF. Hugs, Di