I love making homemade Salsa. I stopped by our local Amish foodstand and bought all the ingredients and spent the day chopping, stirring, and water-bathing jars.
Do you like the Kraft holder above? We had this last year in our catalog but I have several left, please reach out if you would like some, they are perfect to hold jars or bottles or coffee cups.
I have not yet put labels on the jars (but I will) and I also might cover them in paper (instead of fabric). To do this cut your paper 6x6 an either leave as is or you could round the corners. Spritz or spray with rubbing alcohol and quickly place the paper over the jar. Firmly press the paper, and it will dry quickly and in the right shape of the jar.
I made a video last year, it's quick, if you're more of a visual learner
I love all kinds of salsa but my husband loves Zucchini salsa. Here's a link to the recipe on Food.com
Click here to go to Food.com for the recipe My tip: reduce the brown sugar to 1/4c or less.
And here's a recipe for more "standard" salsa also on Food.com Click here to go to Food.com for the recipe
Tonight is the Bewitching Bundle!
Tonight is our first Bewitching Class - what an awesome bundle of stamps and a matching punch. I'm a huge Halloween fan. Here are the class 1 projects. I'll post all the "how-to" and dimensions tomorrow. I love the Wizard card, great inspiration from Demonstrator Brian King in the Atlanta area.
Today was a busy day creating kits for our October Online Class featuring the Tree Lot Stamp set and dies that were part of Sale-A-Bration with the Camper. Kits are done, and I'll post photos tomorrow as I wrap up the tutorial. I have 3 kits left for sale - $39 delivered to your door. 3 classes, 2 projects each class, live by Zoom with a lovely group, or recorded for viewing anytime.