I am feeling a little crabby today, but these wine glasses seem to make me smile. Hope you are having a good day!
Happy Friday! I don’t know about you, but I am ready to start the weekend!! OK, well maybe not right this second … but after my daily to do’s are done and the errands are ran… then you can best believe that I WILL be sippin on one of these babies later!
I call it Shake your Shamrocks because after about 2 that is probably what I would be doing. HEEEEEY!!!
Here is what you need:
2 oz Melon Schnaps
2 oz Peach Vodka
2 oz Sprite – I like a little fizz!!
Just Shake it all together, pour in your chilled glass and shake your shamrocks!!!!
St. Patrick’s Day is just a week away! I am so ready for all things green, because that means that spring is right around the corner. To celebrate the sunshine, I am sharing with you these FREE St. Patty’s Day party printables for your celebration! Print as many copies as you want! If you use them, take a pic and let me see! :) Click on the link under the picture to view the PDF file to print.
Valentine’s Day is in the air! I love seeing everyone’s cute ideas out in blogland on their various Valentine Day projects. So many sweet receipes, crafts and cards to create! I am a complete girly girl so all the pink hearts, flowers, chocolate and glitter gets me all excited! I am working on romancing my mantle up a bit and thought the best place to start was with a festive banner.
This “Be Mine” one is my favorite. I told my Valentine I made it just for him… he rolled his eyes ;)
I had some red and natural colored burlap left over from Christmas so I used that to cut out the pennant shapes, which are strung with a lace trim. For these with the red glitter letters, I used my silhouette to cut out letters on double-sided adhesive, secured on the burlap, and glittered it up.
For this banner, instead of using red glitter letters I created a stencil with my silhouette and stenciled the letters in with black paint.
I just LOVE how they all turned out! So cute! I kept one and gave one to each of my sisters. If you want one, then you can purchase one at my Etsy shop here.
Until next time, friends!
Need a little color on a gloomy Monday? This 6 layer Rainbow cake will definitely bring some happiness into your day! Isn’t it so fun?
I made this cake for my daughter’s 2nd Birthday, she had a rainbow party. It was a huge hit!
Here’s What’cha Need:
- 2 boxes of white cake mix
- 4 eggs
- 3/4 cup oil
- 1 cup water
- 1 container of vanilla yogurt
- 3 – 4 containers of vanilla / marshmallow icing
- food coloring
Here’s What’cha Do:
- Pre heat oven to 350″ and grease 8 or 9 inch round pans
- Combine cake mix, eggs, oil, water and yogurt together for about 2 minutes or until combined.
- Divide cake batter evenly into 6 bowls
- Add desired amount of food coloring into each bowl until you reach the color you like
- Bake each layer of cake for about 11-13 minutes or until toothpick comes out clean. Repeat until all colors are baked.
- Cool completely. Wrap in plastic wrap and freeze. I kept mine in the freezer overnight.
- When you are ready to frost the cake, unwrap each layer, spread icing on the top and place another layer of cake on top, spread icing, and repeat until you have all your layers.
- Now is the time to get generous and spread that icing thick. Slop that sugar on all over the cake to completely cover any gaps in-between the layers of cake. The icing will help hold it all upright and secure the cakes in place so they won’t break when thawed.
And there you have it. Such a bright, fun and cute cake! I decorated mine with skittles. I had visions of a pom pom banner across the cake, but time was not on my side that day. Once you cut into the cake, all them”oohs and ahhs” will take over and no one is paying attention to the outside anyways!
The possibilities with this cake are endless! You could do it in pink ombre for Valentines Day or green for St. Patrick’s or red white and blue for 4th of July. So many ways to personalize it to your special occasion. And not only is it super cute, but I love the flavor that the vanilla yogurt adds while also making the cake super moist.
Send me some pics if you make it, I would love to see! Until next time, friends!
Nothing says fall to me like pumpkins! I love everything about them… carving, decorating, pumpkin scented candles… and I especially love the pumpkin flavored foods during fall time! When tweenie was a little boy we used to go to this one pumpkin farm that always made home made pumpkin donuts and fresh apple cider. You could watch them fry the donuts fresh and set them out with the glaze still dripping and the donut deliciously warm. So when I saw this recipe for Glazed Pumpkin Donuts here at Barefoot and Baking, I knew I had to try them!
It was just three of us the night I made these, so I cut the recipe in half. It still made about a dozen donuts, which was more than enough for us. They were sooo good when they were all done and still warm with the glaze dripping.
Can’t get enough pumpkin! Yum!! Pretty good result for my first donut making experience! Hope you guys have a great week and a had a very Happy Thanksgiving. Until next time, friends.