Sundays With Lorraine

Hello my crafty friends, and welcome back to Stamp & Scrapbook Expo’s blog.  I can’t believe we are approaching the end of our 2018 show season.  But not to worry, we still have this blog to keep us connected!  If you happen to be in California we still have two shows left, one in Sacremento California and our final bravo for the year will be held in Ontario California. I hope to see you at one of them, I’ll meet you at the Creativity Center and we’ll create something beautiful together!

Create Art – Altered Wood Pallet by Karan Gerber

Just thinking out loud here, but wouldn’t this make an adorable gift for one of your creative peeps for the holidays?  With a little help from your creative friend Karan Gerber you, too, can create this fun piece of art in no time.  Big hugs to Karan for showing us how it’s done!

Click here and I will be happy to escort you over to Karan’s blog My Heart On Paper for further instructions.  While you are there, be sure to check out her amazing workshops that are available if you’re lucky enough to be in the area.

Cuppa Coffee, Cuppa Tea Inspiration | Stacked Coffee Cups Card by Melissa Phillips

I love what Melissa designed with this fun new Spellbinder die set.  Prepare to fall head over heels for it!  Shapeabilities Stack o’ Cups Etched Dies, Cuppa Coffee, Cuppa Tea Collection by Sharyn Sowell is a set of seven dies that includes three different shapes of a cup, two insert dies for cup design, five hearts for accents with a saucer to complete the set.  The possibilities are endless when you think of all ways to mix and match the different inserts.

Keep up the great job of making those special people in your life feel loved one handmade card at a time!  Each card you send is like receiving a hug through the mail for the recipient.

Chalk Couture Have Courage Inspirational Double-Sided Sign

This is just one of the adorable projects in a series of 15 that Angie designed using Chalk Couture products and each one is as sweet as the next.  From Christmas designs to this fun motivational sign, there is something for everyone, so be sure to stop by for some serious inspiration.

Angie also offers lots of premade items for sale so if you’d like some unique gift ideas, I highly recommend getting a head start on your holiday shopping.  Click here and I’ll lead the way over to her Etsy shop.  Do you have loved ones that live in other states?  Check out this sweet wooden postcard that I found in her Etsy store, I ordered two of them, one for my Mom and one for a very good friend that both live in New York. That’s two gifts down, LOL!

Japanese Teriyaki Chicken

Would you believe that this juicy and tender Teriyaki Chicken comes together in under ten minutes and requires only four simple ingredients?  I know, crazy, isn’t it?  Now that I have your attention, click here and I will be happy to take you over to the No Recipes blog so Marc can show you the way.  After following this recipe you will never buy store bought teriyaki sauce again.  Don’t forget to check out the short video.

Thanks for stopping by and I hope you have a wonderful week ahead of you!

3 thoughts on “Sundays With Lorraine

  1. Jackie D says:

    I love your posts…I get the best recipes from you too!! We make that shrimp boil recipe all the time now…I am going to try this one too, I love a good teriyaki bowl! Oh and the craft info is great too!! 😉

  2. Tina says:

    Lorraine, I met you today at the Sacramento Expo. It’s my first Expo and you were so nice to advice me on how to get my badges and lanyard. I had a really great time creating at the Creativity Center. Thanks for helping my first Expo a really fun experience. I sure will be following you on this blog. Until we meet again…

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