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Saturday, April 19, 2014

Mini Chandeliers

I absolutely love these little LED battery operated chandeliers. I put them everywhere!!! In my car, truck, kitchen, vintage trailer.....

These are not being made anymore, but I do have some remaining chandy's left can order them here 

Glam Cowgirl Boots

Mamma got a new pair of boots the style, but needed a bit of E6000 glue, some earrings and bracelets later.......

If you want to purchase this boot cuff here is the link

Recycled Painted Linoleum Kitchen Glitter Decoupaged Floor

 I decided to update my icky vinyl peel and stick tile floor in my know those 12 inch peel the paper of the back and stick em' kind?

I painted the floor using a porch and floor paint.Let Dry. Printed some roses off on my computer, and some are wallpaper wallies I got off of Ebay.

I then stenciled the floor using a floor/ wall stencil from Hobby Lobby. I did it the homefaker way using spray paint....WORKED AWESOME, and soooo much easier on my back!

Then I added a large container of glitter to a clear epoxy 2 part coating I got from Menards.Rolled it on with a roller with an extension rod...again soooo much easier on my back!

Let dry 24 hours, and VOILA' a new (really easy to clean) couture kitchen floor...LOVE LOVE LOVE!!!

Saturday, March 22, 2014


This is what happens when it's 30 below, and I have too much time on my hands...


I start ripping up walls...This is in my 10 foot by 10 foot kitchen, where I have 3 doors, and 2 windows. There just is no room for all my "pretties. I knew I would find use for that 6 inches between the walls!

If you aer planning a project like this, please check for any wiring first, and only  break thru inside walls, as all outside ones will be packed with useful insulation.

Here is the "after " pictures after wallpapering with that great faux beadboard pattern. All said and done, less than 50 bucks for trim board,white paint, and wallpaper. I GOT THIS!

                Table full of  all the pretties from my shelves...yep I may be a hoarder....

Wednesday, January 22, 2014


4 boneless pork chops, thin sliced

1 cup of flour

3 large  or 4 medium eggs

2 cups of  Panko or cracker crumbs

salt and pepper

coconut oil for frying



1 cup evaporated milk
1 T. flour
1/2 cup mushrooms (fresh or canned)

4 teaspoons djon  mustard

1 1/2 teaspoons garlic powder

1 1/2 teaspoons black pepper

1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce
(add to a small kettle, stir constantly and bring to a boil.Boil 1 minute til thick, remove from heat.)

Salt and pepper the pork chops. Coat pork chops in flour . Dip in the beaten egg mixture. Coat with Panko or cracker crumbs. Let them set for about 5 minutes and the coating will set very well.

When the oil is hot, place pork chops into the pan, and fry for about 3 minutes .Flip the chops, and fry another  minutes until a delighful  crispy golden brown. Drain on paper towels before plating.


I made onion rings, salad and Artisan bread with's all a preference.


      And the next night make sammiches with the leftovers!!!