- 1 8-ounce package cream cheese, softened
1/2 cup butter, softened
1 cup powdered sugar
2 tablespoons brown sugar
1 1/2 teaspoons vanilla
1 cup chocolate chips
1 cup toffee bits
That is all. =)
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I just started following her blog, and she has some amazing ideas with Close To My Heart product!
I am trying really hard to keep my crafts separate, so I don’t confuse buyers. Jewelry will be sold on yardsellr and style.ly, and fabric will be sold on yardsellr. Sewn, crochet, and papercrafts will be sold in my etsy shop.
I’m on an organization kick this month! I’ve received newsletters from the scrapbooking and sewing authors that I subscribe to, and everyone has been all about organizing! If you’re following me on Pinterest, you’ll see my repinning of some awesome organization (and maybe I’ll pin the pictures I’m about to share with you there too)
Keep in mind that you have to be invited to join Pinterest, but if you aren’t a member, I would be more than happy to invite you!
First, a simple tutorial to get your baker’s twine and other string under wraps!
I make small notches and cut out a little, so the twine won’t slide off the cardboard.
Here is my twine, wrapped around the cardboard, notice I created a little notch to thread the end of the twine through.
There is also the cut off bottom of an orange juice container on the second shelf (bright orange)
The clear little jars you see to the right of the picture came from one of two places; mineral makeup samples that I tried from everydayminerals.com, or they came from eBay, either way, they are considered makeup sample jars. They come in two or three sizes, and the two smaller sizes fit perfectly in stacks in my organizers.
I didn’t know what to do with my quilting rulers (and I could never remember where I put them last!) so I tied ribbon through their little holes and hung them here in my crafty corner! Next to them is my Fiskars fabric cutter, also tied through with a lil ribbon.
Behind the rulers, the fleur de lis designs are rub on decals that I got at Joann’s on clearance. I think four rows of four are on a sheet, and multiple sheets in a pack. I don’t know if they still have them, they were on clearance.