Thursday, December 2, 2010

Who me?

Today I would love to share with you another Christmas card and a recipe card for Potatoe-Cheese Soup. I made it on the weekend and it was a hit! Good and healthy! Also, Stamping Bella has a challenge this week: SNOW

I used a Mo Manning image, which can be purchased at Stamping Bella! The image is called, Who Me? The little penguin is just an image that I had and added...aside from loving anything snowman...any penguin image is adorable to me too!




Here is the recipe card I made to add to my growing recipe binder.

Potatoe-Cheese Soup

In a large saucepan, melt butter. Saute onions and celery until tender. Add broth, cut up potatoes and add pepper and fresh parsley. Cover and simmer until potatoes are tender.Turn off heat, then stir in milk that has been mixed with 4 tablespoons cornstarch.Put heat on low. Stir in grated cheese.Just heat until cheese starts to melt and the broth thickens. Serve with a salad and a french bread stick.....Enjoy!

23 comments:

  1. Gorgeous image and I LOVE that you added the rolling hills to the recipe card...I would have never thought to do that. Looks awesome, girl!

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  2. Oh Christine, these cards are absolutely adorable... and that soup sounds yummy. Just love your colouring... superb!! hugs Sharon

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  3. ooh lol.. me and my daughter were just salivating over the recipe .. and trying to read the recipe card .... then we scrolled down and saw you had typed out the instructions lol... we cant wait to try it
    Love the cards .. that little image is juts so cute
    Lisa ;)

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  4. Gorgeous Christine. My friend called to see me last night, she is making a recipe Scrapbook for her male friend and while she was at mine I showed her your gorgeous work, she was very impressed. Thanks for the inspiration. Debbiexx

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  5. Hi Christine. This is such a gorgeous card and recipe. The soup sounds lovely, although I don't think my fussy eaters would appreciate it. The papers are beautiful and such a sweet image. Love the little penguin you have added. Think I will maybe give the recipe cards a try next year and make them for my daughters for when they will need them. That should give me a few years, so no pressure then. LOL. Donna

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  6. I swear Christine your project get more beautiful every day! This one is FAB! It is so professional looking and perfect. Your coloring makes each creation a mini piece of art! The recipe is just an extra little goodie, Thanx, I can't wait to try it. I got accepted to take a Copic certification class in Jan. I really want to use more stamps on my cards, but I need to feel more confident with my coloring, lol. In any case I am really looking forward to it! Again, this is an awesome set, gorgeous! Big hugs, J:)

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  7. Another stunning card and recipe card to match! Your work is always so impeccable my friend and those papers are absolutely gorgeous! Beautifully coloured image and I love how you've created the snow!! Mmm, the soup sounds delicious ... lunch anyone?? LOL
    Hugs, Danielle

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  8. How sweet Christine..I love the recipe card you did a fab job and the soup looks yummy!!

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  9. Wow Christine this is gorgeous love the sound of the soup it must be very yummy if the receipe is anything to go by, but your card is stunning that innocent look on that lads face is so cute. With love and hugs Shirleyxxxx

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  10. Hi Christine..I just got your sweet comment on my blog thank you so much...Hey is your e-mail working?.. I have sent you a few e mails over the last couple of months and I am wondering if you have received them :)

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  11. Oh my word! Can you adopt me? that soup sounds so delish!!! These are such sweet creations and I'm shocked, I haven't seen that image before! Too cute!

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  12. Yummy that sounds delicious. Love your cute card especially the added penguin. Hope you'll be joinin in the fun at WW tomorrow as it is my challenge and you will like it. There is so much snow here in the UK, I think we must have your share. Luckily we don't have much where I live but there are schools closed, airports shut, people sleeping on trains and in lorries. V unusual for early December. Marianne x

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  13. Again I want to clone you and all your fab ideas and wonderful creations x

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  14. The soup sounds wonderful and the cards are great as always.

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  15. Hey you, another wonderful project! I love the card and matching recipe card (and the soup sounds so good!!). Such a darling image and colored to perfection!!!


    Hugs
    Sue

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  16. Oh this is gorgeous Christine, luv the cute penquin too.
    luv
    Debby

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  17. Hi Christine,

    What a great project idea! Love the image too :) Really beautiful work :)

    Sharon x

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  18. Your soup sounds scrummy and hearty too and I love your recipe card and greetings card. The little boy is coloured beautifully and looks fab with those gorgeous background papers. Lovely, Christine! Hugs, Lesley

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  19. This is sooooo sweet. I love your colors you chose.. What a great recipe. I have to try this.. Super recipe card Christine..hugs.

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  20. These are so adorable.. Love the little Mo's image and the papers are wonderful.. Very lovely work as always.. Hugs Linda

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  21. OMgoodness, this is adorable, Christine! I love that image and those soft colors. The addition of the penguin is a great touch. Will have to save this recipe and try it too. TFS!

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  22. Christine, this is great!!!! The image is too cute and I really like how you did the snow!!!! Thanks for the Potato Soup! I love potato soup!!!!

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  23. Christine, This is adorable!! I swear you must have 3 or 4 boxes with reipes in them. How I would love to sit and go through your recipe boxes to see your fun art!
    Oh and your calendar is BEAUTIFUL!!!
    big big hugs dear......Janiel

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