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Pull-Apart Pizza Bread

For our February Pinterest Girls Night In I decided to make a pull-apart pizza loaf.  I've seen so many flying around the net, I just had to make one. 

I enjoyed putting this together because it was super so easy and turned out very yummy. One thing I did learn was to add double the pizza/spaghetti sauce I originally used.  I didn't want it to be too soggy.

Pull Apart Pizza Bread

Preheat over to 375
Prep time: 8 minutes
Cook time: 20 minutes

An Everything flavored loaf Bread, those extra flavors sealed the deal
2 Cup bag of Italian Shredded cheese, 1 cup used
1 Garlic Clove, minced
2 Cups of Pizza/Spaghetti Sauce (this is the new measurement)
1/2 cup of Parmesan Cheese

Step 1:
With a serrated Knife, cut slits lengthwise and vertical


Step 2:

Chop up your garlic cloves finely. I used my pampered chef handy, dandy chopper.

Step 3:
Add your Minced Garlic to the center of the cuts
Then, add the 2 cups of sauce all over and deep inside.

Step 4:
Sprinkle with both cheeses, as well as, push down inside.
Bake for 20 minutes and Voila...it turned out so good!!



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I heart Buttons....bracelet

I attended over the weekend a 3rd annual Mardi Gras party with many of our neighborhood friends.  It's always a great time with lots of joking, catching up, amazing craw fish and let's say, some drinking.

I realized, with the blessed busyness lately, I wasn't able to go out and shop for Mardi Gras accessory items so, I had to improvise.  This holiday has as staple of three basic colors, Purple, Yellow and Green...what could I possible have, that would be quick to whip together...BUTTONS.

I headed to my office and began sifting through my many bags of buttons.  I then decided to sew them, by hand, to a piece of yellow ribbon; another always-have-on-hand, ribbon.

Below are images of the project.  Please use it to inspire you for just about any holiday or gathering. These could make great party favors for a little girls party too.

Supplies needed:
Ribbon, any width will do
Fray Check

I didn't take very many pictures of sewing on each button but here's the finished product.

Here's a backside view of the buttons sewn onto the ribbon.

I'm a big lover of Fray Check, I use it on a lot of things.  I used it to clean up where I cut my ribbon.

Finished product.

The possibilities are endless...I think I'll be making one for Independence Day, once it gets closer. 

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Drink Responsibly...

I've been very busy in the sewing studio the last 3 weeks.  I'm happy to report lots of fun sewing is going on. 

Before attending a family Super Bowl party, I whipped up this stylish Bottle Cozy.  

Whether you partake in Mike's Hard Lemonade, a crisp, cold Corona with a freshly squeezed lime or water bottle you'll surely love having it decorated with fabric so pretty and fun.  

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