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Valentine's Day Peek-A-Boo Pound Cake

Give your friends and family a fun and loving surprise in every slice of this Peek A Boo Heart pound cake! Everyone will be asking, "How'd you do that?"

rawn Hearts stencil over the watercolour paper panel. Panel with Distress inks (from the top) Festive Berries, Wild Honey, Worn Lipstick, Fossilized Amber, and Picked Raspberry. Die cut the word “Love” from the Lipstick Red card stock using the Love die 3x. Sentiment from the Love set on black card stock in white EP then cut it the small banner. Mounted all elements w foam.

This double gate fold card is so easy to make, truly, yet has such a wow-factor! (Please forgive seeing personal message; I'd forgotten to snap a pic. before filling it in; phooey!) There is a tutorial over here but my dimensions are a tad different (taken from a Shirley Merker). To get two cards from a sheet of DSP, cut your paper to: 12" x 11". Ah! Here is her video over on YouTube (have fun!): With the 12" side running across the top, s...

Chocolate Valentine Hearts

Chocolate Valentine Hearts Recipe - Let's get to the heart of the matter here — the chocolate heart, that is! Use a cookie cutter to cut baked brownies into heart shapes, top with chocolate ganache, and you've got a Valentine's or other special-occasion dessert worth swooning over!

Fresh Strawberry Pie 0 points instruction Fresh strawberries 2 small packages sugar free Strawberry jello 4 ounces thawed fat free cool whip Cut the tops off your strawberries and place them cut side down in your pie plate. Continue until pie plate is covered. In a separate bowl dissolve both packages of sf strawberry jello in 3 cups boiling hot water. Do not add cold water. Once cooled down, pour over strawberries and place in fridge. When your pie is set top with 4 ounces thawed fat free…

I do not have a full size stove top...only two burners. This might work and is a cheaper alternative to a stove top cover.

Twix Cookies

Twix Cookies. Made with a buttery, flaky shortbread base then add some caramel and top with chocolate, these cookies are bound to become a favorite.

Line your cooler with Reflectix (aluminized bubble wrap). You can find it at most home improvement stores. It was invented to insulate homes and buildings. Smart campers came up with the idea to use Reflectix to keep the heat out and the cold air in coolers. Cut the Reflectix into pieces that fit, lining the inside of your cooler, including the top/lid. You can even throw a sheet of Reflectix over the outside of your cooler to further insulate it.