You all know that I love to do custom quilts, right? Here is the latest twin size quilt. It's bright. It's girly. It's got ruffles, scallops, and appliqué flowers. What else could one want?
I am always wanting a nice, refreshing, and light summertime treat. I love pudding, ice cream, and other frozen treats and fruit. So I thought...why not combine them?!?
You will need a box of strawberry creme pudding, a silicone mold, almond milk (you can use regular milk, I just wanted low calorie), and your choice of fruit.
Recipe: Mix pudding with 1 to 1 1/2 cup almond milk (if you are using regular milk follow the boxes directions). I have read online that almond milk makes REALLY thick pudding so to half it. I wanted mine a little thinner so I just kept adding almond milk til I got to the consistency that I wanted.
Put your pudding into a mold. The mold I used is from Wholeport. The cubes are about an inch square.
Freeze until solid.
Cut up the fruit you want. I used mangos, strawberries, red grapes, and an apple.
Pop the pudding pieces out of the mold and mix with your fruit. Let the pudding sit for a couple minutes to let them soften and ENJOY!
Let me know how you like the recipe...Thanks for following along!
I had the nicest lady contact me about make a pillow for her using her sons old burp cloths and clothing. I hadn't ever made a pillow using baby clothing before but I was excited for the challenge.
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Do you call it chevron?
It doesn't matter what you call it, but it does matter that you create this fun Chevron Rag Quilt Pattern today!
|Chevron Rag Quilt Pattern|
This quilt pattern can be made reversible, or not, depending on you taste. I have also included instructions on how to make a chevron rag quilt car seat tent.
|Chevron Rag Quilt Car Seat Tent Pattern|
So hurry on over and download the instructions. Let me know if you have questions while making it. Click on the picture below for the link.
|Zig Zag Rag Quilt Pattern|
Also, PLEASE do not reproduce the pattern in any way and PLEASE do link back to this post if you share on your blog, pinterest, etc. THANKS A MILLION!