This super simple lunch is perfect for that Saturday or Sunday when your craving some warm comfort food. Easy to make you can throw it together in a snap.
It takes mostly THM staple items with just few you might not have on hand. If you make the Taco Pie (I just have to add this is one of our favorites! Its so good!) recipe on page 119 of the Trim Healthy Table cookbook, then you will have pizza sauce on hand, along with cheese. Most THM plan followers also keep Joseph Pitas or lavish bread on hand for quick lunches. You may not have pepperoni in your fridge but you could also use ham deli lunch meat or chicken. Add some tomatoes or mushrooms if you wish and you have a quick and delicious lunch in just minutes.
1 Joseph’s Pita (cut in half or whole) or Lavish bread cut to size
Shredded cheddar cheese
Pepperoni or other meat
Tomatoes, mushrooms or other vegetables of you choice
Either cut your Pita in half and fill with the above toppings and place in a frying pan to heat until warm or lay you whole Pita in the frying pan topping one half with toppings and fold the empty side over to create a pocket. Warm until the cheese is melted and it reaches desired warmth. Enjoy!
My line of DIY Valentine's Day printables is featured on WeddingLovely's blog today and I wanted to make sure I shared that post with all of my loyal readers!
It is very exciting to have my items in front of so many possible customers and right before Valentine's day no less!
It would be awesome if a few of my loyal readers could stop by the WeddingLovely blog and leave a comment or two about the feature!
My inspiration behind these Valentine’s Day DIY greeting cards, gift tags and mason jar wraps sold on Etsy is to provide my customers with an affordable and simple way to celebrate Valentine’s day with their loved ones. Be it your spouse, your children, a sister or a friend, these DIY downloads allow for anyone to create an affordable Valentine’s day gift for someone they care about.
These affordable gifts range from mason jars filled with Red Hots and labeled with our Happy Valentine’s Day wrap and “I have the hots for you” gift tag to our “I love you to the moon and back” celestial Valentines Day greeting card, all do it yourself projects that are affordable and simple to complete.
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When planning a wedding or special event; you want everything to be perfect. You probably feel like you will spend any amount of money it takes to have the perfect day, but you will soon realize that your budget can’t afford that expense. So why not recruit some help from family or friends and spend some time making a few of the items for your wedding or special event? You will have fun and save money at the same time.
One project that can be simple to complete is table numbers that hang from a bottle of wine or sparkling cider. These table numbers are constructed from Mason jar bands and lids, paper, a printer, watercolor paints or scrapbook paper. In this tutorial I will go over a few different ways to complete these fun table numbers. You may also choose to purchase my affordable pre-formatted table numbers as an instant downloads on Etsy (here).
If your not using wedding table numbers you can also use this same idea to provide information to your guests. For example: “We can’t wait to hear your glasses clink, please wait for the toasts to enjoy this drink!” or “Please wait for the wedding toast.”
Some of these options are also available for purchase on Etsy (here).
Here’s the supply list and step-by-step instructions and photos (You can find most of these supplies at Amazon or the Dollar Tree):
Step One: If painting on watercolor paper, trace the size of lid you’re using on the watercolor paper, paint with watercolors, let dry and then either brush on your text or table number or write with a sharpie. If using a printed background, print it on your paper. Trace circles of the correct size onto the paper, hand letter your number or text. If using scrapbook paper, trace your circles and write message or table number where desired. If using the instant download, purchase here, download, and print on the paper of you choice.
Step two: Trim circles to correct size.
Step three: Coat lid and backside of circle with Mod Podge and adhere to the Mason jar lid. Then coat the top of the print with Mod Podge and allow it to dry.
Step Four: Tie your twine or ribbon around the Mason jar band as shown.
Step Five: Once dry, heat up your hot glue gun and run a line of hot glue around the inside of the Mason jar band as shown above. Then quickly place your Mason jar lid into the ring picture side down and press until hot glue cools
Step Six: Make hot glue “tab” on the backside of the band and lid as shown here to make sure your lid stays in place. Let hot glue cool. Remove glue strands, if any hanging from the finished piece.
Step Seven: Hang your creation from wine or sparkling beverage bottles as shown. You’re done!
Wow! Wasn’t that simple. It didn’t take much time, you saved money and it added a personal handmade touch to your wedding! I would love to see photos of how you used this project at your event or wedding!
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