Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Weekend Wedding

Here are some pictures  from the wedding this weekend. 










Thanks to the happy couple for letting us help out with your     very special day!


Monday, November 29, 2010

2010 Christmas Gifts from Let it be Done


Just in time for the holidays!  Some handmade gifts for you to purchase and share with your friends and family. 

Vintage Print Paper Birds


These  birds are hand cut and decoupaged with your choice of vintage Christmas music, book pages or recipes and are mounted on a colored clothespin.  Sold in sets of 5 for $15.00.  Please specify pattern. 


Paper Bird Card Holder


The same cute  bird mounted on a  vintage Jell-O mold.  With a clothespin back, it is perfect for holding recipe cards or your favorite photo.  $6.00 each.  Please specify pattern.


Festive Paper Banners


Decorate for any occasion with a personalized paper banner.  You choose the saying to be mounted on sheet music, book pages or patterned paper.  Pennants are 4 inches wide by 6 inches high and a 6 foot banner will accommodate 15 pennants. Banners are strung on 1/2 inch colored ribbon.  $12.00 for each 6 foot banner.


Clever  Collars                                                                                                     for dressing up  your favorite beverages

For your coffee loving friends . 

Collar with a White Chocolate Cranberry Cookie.


For your beer buddies.  Collar with BBQ Pecans.


For you wine drinking relatives. (You know who you are)        Collar with Herb Dip Mix.


Christmas Paper Collars are $3.00 each or 4 for $10.00.             Mix and match.  Beverages not included.


Christmas Aroma

Back by popular demand!  Served up in a vintage enamelware pan, the blend of fruit and spices will have your home smelling good all season long.  $15.00 each.


Please email or call to place your orders!  Order by December 15th for Christmas delivery.

Shipping will be added at the time of purchase based on the items ordered.


Kellee 970.744.0913

Laura 970.481.2191

Sunday, November 28, 2010

My Best Turkey Leftover Suggestion


I did not make Thanksgiving dinner this year.  We headed south for an afternoon with family and it was quite lovely.  The down side to not cooking is that there are no leftovers.  Now, I did end up with some carrot casserole, some mashed potatoes, a little turkey and a piece of pie but only enough for Friday’s lunch. 

If I did have piles of turkey left over, I would make these. leftover-turkeyjpg-47fade9c6d6034df_large

Chicken (well, turkey) Enchiladas  - Laura’s Recipe :)

1 can cream of chicken soup

1 cup sour cream

1 can diced green chilies

4-6 cups grated cheese - (cheddar/jack or Mexican mix)

3 cups chopped cooked chicken

8 flour tortillas

Mix together soup, sour cream, chilies and ½ of the cheese. Spread ½ of the mix evenly in the bottom of a 9x13 pan. Add chopped chicken to the remaining mix. Fill tortillas with the mix, roll and put into pan. Top with remaining cheese.

Bake at 350* for 30-40 minutes until hot and bubbly

Serve with salsa.

Monday, November 15, 2010

Note to self. Finish one thing before beginning another.


Strangely enough, I like to have a lot of things going on all at once.  As I have turned my attention to the wedding reception next weekend, the hand made things I want to work on for Christmas and the fact the Thanksgiving is next Thursday, I realized that I have not even posted the pictures from the birthday party that was in October.  So for everyone who has been so patiently waiting to see how it all turned out, here you go!

Thanks to Briee and Tasha and Ryan for all their help with the games and the activities and the face painting.   And thanks to Tasha and Jan for bringing their wonderful cameras and getting such great pictures. Last but not least, thanks to Laura, for helping with pretty much everything.  It was a great party.

Sunday, November 7, 2010

Oh Wow.

Links to a variety of food related things frequently land in my in box.  But this week I have been bombarded with way too many not  to share.  

Thanks to Mom for this one.  And a special thanks to Dad for reading the WSJ for his WHOLE ENTIRE LIFE!

Read the whole article here.

And the more accurate description of making the cake here.


And then my sister Lauren sent this tonight.  STOP THE MADNESS!

(It wouldn’t let me copy the picture.  Just go check it out, you won’t regret it!)

So, there you have some food for thought.  Ha ha ha.

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