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1  Re: Recipe Swap 2 Gallery in The Swap Gallery by r.forslund on: October 16, 2011 06:21:00 AM

photo borrowed from: Jennifer Alison Designs  Grin  

waiting on:
Oodelally:

received from:

mandys_momma:
Italian Wedding Soup
Pineapple Cheese Ball
Country BBQ Sauce
Best Ever Banana Bread <-- you must have spoken to my husband. he LOVES banana bread!!
Elaine's Prime Rib

Stepharella:
Chicken & Rice
Apple Harvest Cake <--- can not wait to try!!
Fruit Salad
Peanut Butter Cookies
Crusted Talapia

Eclectic Dreamer:
Plum-Apple Chutney
Spinach Strawberry Salad
Quick, Easy Apple Crisp
Mushroom Puffs
uses for Chipotle Sauce
Mile High Macaroni Salad
Mexican Shredded Beef
Curried Sweet Potato, Lentil &Chicken Soup
Cody Carrot Salad
(Eclectic i cant begin to pick a favorite. they all sound so yummy)


thank yall so much for the wonderful recipes so far. cant wait to try them.

Wish List: Crazy long i know but i keep making the same meals over and over so for the past few months its been my mission to find new AMAZING recipes and these sound so Yummy!!  Grin

jl409:
 Golden Honey Granola, Chocolate Chip Pound Cake
Gspinn: PB&J Cheesecake Bars thank you, thank you!!  Grin
Jezebel_1982: Chicken Alfredo Lasagna
nilmerg: Slow Cooker French Onion Lamb Shanks
Murbeck: Best Ever Steak Marinade
Oyhana: Chicken Burgers with Brie and Sweet Onion Marmalade, Champagne Strawberry Cheesecake,
Dark Chocolate Mousse, Honey & Oat Baguette
Sirael: Kielbasa Spaghetti, Five Minute Miracle Fudge thank you, thank you  Grin  they both sound soo yummy!!
Brackish_Potato: Chicken Pepperoni, Herbed Green Bean Casserole, Bacon Ranch Potato Salad, thank you SO MUCH!! the chicken pepperoni just made me 100xs more hungry. lol. cant wait to try them!!  Grin
Buttermilk Pound Cake
tuba_nae: Rocky Road Bars cant wait to make these!! yumm!
idioskosmos: Glazed Meatloaf, Spinach Pockets, Grandpa's Orange Ice Cream
PaleAngelLex : Berry Crumb Bar, Chicken Tomatillo
Silver_McAdams: Strawberry Shortcake, Spinach Pinwheels
annigirl22:Baked Honey Mustard Chicken, Ham & Broccoli Casserole thank you. they most definitely will make an excellent addition to my recipe box.
Hockamama: Tyler's Ultimate Mac & Cheese with BACON thank you.  Grin
Pinkleo: Easy Peanut Butter Fudge
clementinefairy: Extremely Tasty Granola


i sent out quite a few different recipes. (mini muffin fruit cake, fruit cobbler, cheesecake, pot roast, roasted veggies,  three simple side, chili 2.0, stuffing, banana pudding and one or two more depending on what my partners asked for) if youd like any of them just send me an email and i'll try and get it to you as soon as possible. i'll also try and stay up to date on the gallery and every ones wish list.  Grin
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2  my little fairy in Halloween Costumes by r.forslund on: November 02, 2010 07:58:55 AM




this was my little ones first trick or treat. we were suppose to be flying back to america but our plans changed last minute so i had to come up with this pretty quick. she held still long enough for these two shots. lol. the dress was made from an old prom dress and i just added ribbon and tulle. i made the wings out of wire clothes hangers, white leggings and layers of tulle. i had so much fun making it.

we ended up trick or treating for about 30 mins before she got bored and we took her out for burgers and ice cream. lol. 8 )
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3  hooded scarf pattern in Crochet: Discussion and Questions by r.forslund on: August 01, 2010 08:31:09 AM
so im getting a jump start on my winter wear and i found this hooded scarf on etsy, but let face it why spend 60$ on something you can make for less than 20$, no matter how gorgeous it is. im still kinda new to the wonderful world of crochet so without a pattern i get kinda lost. ive search the web and i cant seem to find anything.

can any one give me some helpful hints. how to begin. or even a pattern similar in look. please and thank you.







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4  very first fully finished quilt in Quilting: Completed Projects by r.forslund on: July 06, 2010 03:12:31 PM
im so proud with how this quit turned out. its my very first fully finished quilt. it took forever bc my daughter hates me being on my sewing machine. but i cant wait to get started on a thicker quilt for winter.

this one almost fits our eu king bed, so im guess its about a queen or at least a full. its very thin bc it gets really hot here in the summers. the top was suppose to be a pattern called "broken dishes" but i just used a bunch of fat quarters i had. so theres not really any color scheme. the backing is just a sage sheet we had that i wrapped around to make a boarder.

c & c welcome.  Grin





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5  help?? [looking for shawl pattern] in Crochet: Discussion and Questions by r.forslund on: June 29, 2010 09:55:24 AM
i really love this shawl but im not exactly sure what its called. i found a book that has the pattern along with a few other prayer shawl patterns but its the only one i really like and im not sure i wanna buy it if i can find the pattern online for free.



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6  PaperClip Rings in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by r.forslund on: April 27, 2010 06:24:16 AM
i saw these paper clip rings on the earth day link and fell in love. http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=283067.0 she did an amazing job!
so i decided to try my hand at some. i really dont like how mine turned out but i figured i could post them any how. my husband said they look like a bunch of jumbled up paper clips. lol.

the first one i did yesterday:





the second i did yesterday:



and i made these two today:







thanks for looking.  Grin
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7  Re: very first recon in Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by r.forslund on: April 25, 2010 05:41:22 AM

















hope this helps. its my first tute. so if you have any questions just ask.  Grin
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8  very first recon in Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by r.forslund on: April 24, 2010 05:50:18 PM
this is my very first recon it was kinda tricky. i ran out of fabric and had to use a pack-n-play sheet. lol. but i think it worked out. im happy with it.  Grin  EDIT: tute on page 1

the before:


the front:


the back: (the back strap is a cuff from the sleeve)


comment & critics welcome
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9  Reserve chute bites the dust.. in Discussion and Questions by r.forslund on: March 29, 2010 12:33:18 AM
so here in germany the law is your reserve chute can not be repacked once its older than 15 or 20 yrs and dh's chute has hit its limit. the jump zone he goes to wanted to put it on display but dh being the amazing man he is brought it home to me so i could turn it into something. the only problem is i have no idea what to do with it. i saw this post http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=281443.0 a while back and thought it was just the coolest thing in the world.. but have decided against attempting it. since this was dh's very first rig (and since he waited and saved so long for it) i wanted to turn it into something he could use. like a woobie. (his military issue blanket made of nylon) im not really sure how big it is but when my little one was napping i got a quick look and took some pictures to post. any ideas of what i could possibly do with a 20 yr old reserve chute?? and how would i even go about cutting it up to reassemble?? its in wonderful shape., thankfully it never had to be deployed.. so dh was like a kid in a candy store when he got to deploy it.





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10  synthetic dread falls. questions. in Bath and Beauty: Discussion and Questions by r.forslund on: March 21, 2010 01:33:27 AM
i've been obsessed with dreads for years now but im to whimsical and lazy to actual dread my own hair. so i was thinking about making or buying some dread falls. i really dont wanna spend $100 for a piece when the materials are so cheap, but i dont think im talented enough to actual make the product im looking for. especially not my first time. so.. have you found it easier to make your own or purchase? if you make them do you have any tips. and if you buy, who do you buy from? im really just looking for some change. so if you have any other hair tips or ideas please tell. i have brown wavy hair down to my mid to lower back. im not willing to cut or dye it. (dyeing is just to much of a hassle and its taken me yrs to grow it back out) ive tried glass beads but i have an 8 month old and im scared if they come out and i dont notice she could find them. is there any other type of "hair jewelry" out there?

here are some pics of what ive been looking at..




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