Saturday, November 1, 2008

PC Gourmet

Today's the day! Paper Crafts Gourmet is finally on sale! In case you haven't heard about this one yet, it's a book filled with awesome recipes and projects to go along with it. I was thrilled to be a contributor to this one. And, I have a copy to give away! All you have to do is comment on this post by midnight on Monday. I'll randomly pick a winner and post the name on Tuesday morning.

Here is an example of what you'll see inside this book. Lots of yummy recipes....
(This recipe and project are from the talented
Alisa Bangerter)





This is a perfect recipe to pull out if you are short on time because there is no rolling or cutting. The cheese and garlic add extra kick to a plain biscuit, and kids love them. They are the perfect accompaniment to serve with soups or stews, and are great served with a salad.

INGREDIENTS

2 c. flour

2 tbsp. granulated sugar

4 tsp. baking powder

1 1/2 tsp. garlic powder

1/2 tsp. salt

2/3 c. butter or margarine

1 1/2 c. grated cheddar cheese

1 1/4 c. milk

Chives (optional)

DIRECTIONS

Mix together dry ingredients. Cut in butter with pastry cutter until mixture is fine. Add cheese and mix well. Add milk and stir until just moistened. Drop by spoonfuls onto greased baking sheet. Sprinkle top with chopped dried or fresh chives if desired. Bake at 400 degrees for approx. 15 minutes.

And here's the project to go along with it.



I think this book will be an awesome Christmas present. If you are interested in learning more about it, you can see it here at Paper Crafts.

Here's a little peek at one of the projects I did for the book. It goes along with a Saint Patrick's Day party theme. I used some Queen and Company felt shamrocks and brads on this one.




Another new Paper Crafts issue is Card Creations Volume 6. I'm loving all of the ideas from this one. I have several cards in there. This next one is one of my favorite's. It's a child's Valentine. I figured what kid wouldn't love some candy??





Check back on Tuesday morning to see if you are the lucky winner.
Thanks for stopping by!

42 comments:

Kelly said...

I've been seeng a lot about this magazine and it looks awesome!! Great giveaway!

Leigh said...

Great projects, Anabelle!
My favourite one is the valentine-- so pretty!!

Wendy Kwok said...

lovely projects!

rachel_kokes@yahoo.com said...

This magazine looks so cool!

Bobbie said...

Great projects. I really want a copy of this magazine. I am thinking it will make a great gift for my scrappy sister in law and sister.

Raechelle said...

I have had my eye on this one! Congratulations!
Rae

LoRi said...

I L♥Ve your projects!! I gotta pick up a copy of both!

Kerry said...

I always love your cards and projects! PC Gourmet looks like a great book with a lot of cute ideas and yummy recipes. Thanks for the chance to win it! :)

Corey said...

oh I love that last Valentine card with the candy and the bow and brad! very cute!

Debbie :-) said...

Wow, what an awesome giveaway!! This mag looks fantastic and your projects are gorgeous!!

Shanna said...

Looks Yummy! Thanks girl!

Grace Tolman said...

I saw your cards in the PC Card Creations book and I'm so inspired by your work (as always). this new book sounds really good. tfs

*Beatriz Jennings* said...

love your creations!! :)

Danielle said...

congrats, these are so cute!!
i will have to post my projects I had in there...I always forget! but I didn't get my copy yet..did you?

ellen said...

oh now those look yummy and i am starving! great projects, seriously fabulous! congrats!

Jess said...

Great projects! It looks like a fun issue with some great holiday ideas!

Danielle said...

beautiful stuff! :)
be sure to check out my blog. ;)

Joli said...

That little shamrock box is super cute!

Jennifer said...

Gorgeous projects! I've seen that recipe so many times in the past week during my blog reading that I'm feeling like I've just *got* to try it.

Parker and Emma's Mom said...

Great St. Pat's projects. I find that a hard holiday to craft for.

Kimberly said...

I have not heard about this book yet. I hope to get a look see. Sounds great. Congratulations on your contributions to the book as well. Always inspired by you.

andrea said...

Ohhhh...PICK ME, PICK ME!!!! Last year's edition of this book was AWESOME - I made a ton of the recipes and had fun doing lots of the projects. This could be just the thing to help me out of my creative rut...PLEASE PICK ME!!!!

hydee said...

I just love this two of my passions combined, crafting and cooking.

rae said...

paper crafting & eating... two of my faves all in one place :)
{gorgeous projects, btw... LOVE your work Anabelle!}

SmilynStef said...

#25 - Adorable cards ... thanks for the chance to win.

krista said...

ooooh-I would LOVE this Anabelle-pick me, pick me!!!!! :) :)

Jan said...

I love the idea for this book and would love a copy!!

Betz61 said...

Is this a magazine or a book I need to know where to look for it as I'm just dieing to have it. Thanks for the oppertunity to win. Love your blog come here all the time.

Yvonne said...

Love the valentine project. So lovely!

Noelani said...

this looks great!

barb said...

That's such a clever idea!

terylswife said...

your projects are beautiful!!

I'd love that book, I love to cook and am always searchign for great new recipes!

Ashley Harris said...

Oh so fun! I definitely want to get this book! Have a great day Anabelle!

Mandi Miller said...

Been seeing lots about this! Looks great! You're projects are wonderful as usual!

Jen Martakis said...

It looks like an exciting issue! Love your projects! Those biscuits look yummy. Thanks for the recipe!

Jingle said...

I love these cute little projects!

dannisdoodles said...

OMGOsh Anabelle, love that valentine treat, wowsers!

Marie Starr said...

Your cards are always so awesome! Love the recipe here, too!TFS!

Marie

Pamela said...

Sounds like a fun book!!! Great giveaway. :) And I love the projects!!!!

Stacey Michaud said...

The book sounds great! And your projects rock, as always!

vtpuggirl said...

What wonderful projects! Thanks for that recipe, I'm going to try it. What a neat idea for a book.

Lizzy Simpson said...

This looks like a wonderful book filled with terrific ideas. The biscuits look yummy (I'll have to make them to have with some yummy beef stew!, and I just love the Valentine card with the rocket candies! So adorable!

Lizzy