February 25, 2012

Adventure is Worthwhile and a Recipe Share

The images in the new Charles & Amelia combined with the Industrial Backgrounds  from Artistic Outpost make for a wonderful collage!  For the background of my card I used the Gelli Plate along with Jenni Bowlin Acrylic Inks, pressing some punchanella into the paint for some added texture. Once dry, I added some gears from the Industrial Backgrounds plate in Spice Tin and Brown Sugar inks.

To create the collage of images, I stamped the image from the Industrial Background in Spice Tin, sponged the edges and layered on a Blue card stock panel.  The  other images are from the Charles & Amelia plate stamped in Brown Sugar and Spice Tin.  I sponged the edges, cut out the images and adhered them to the background image.

Details:
Stamps - Artistic Outpost Industrial Background, Charles & Amelia
Ink - Ranger Jenni Bowlin Spice Tin, Brown Sugar
Card Stock - Brown, Blue, White, Watercolor
Other - Sponge Dauber, Gelli Art Plate, Jenni Bowlin Acrylic Paint, Punchanella, Dimensionals

Now on to my cooking adventure....


Crock Pot Minestrone Soup
2 Tablespoons Olive Oil
1 small chopped onions 
2 small Zucchini slice thin, cut in half
1 can french Green Beans drained
1 stalk chopped Celery
3 cloves minced Garlic
3 can Beef Broth
1 (15 ounce)can Red Kidney Beans, drained
1 (15 ounce) can White Beans (Northern or Cannellini), drained
1 (14 ounce) can Diced Tomatoes
1/2 Cup diced Carrots
2 Tablespoons Parsley
1 Teaspoons dried Oregano
1/2 Teaspoon Ground Black Pepper
1/2 Teaspoon Dried Basil
1/4 Teaspoon Dried Thyme
1-1/2 Cups Water
3 Cups fresh Baby Spinach, chopped
1 Cup small Shell Pasta

Heat Olive Oil in Crock Pot, saute Onions, Zucchini, Celery and Green Beans until Onions turn translucent, add garlic.  Add Beef Broth, Water, Beans, Tomatoes, Carrots and Spices to Crock Pot, cook on Low until veggies are tender.  12 minutes before serving, add Pasta and Chopped Spinach.

Thanks for stopping by!

6 comments :

Craft Addicts - Tracy Evans said...

Your background looks yummy and so effective. Aren't the images from AO great to work with, they look fab here. I'm sticking to crafts, not so good at cooking lol. Your dish looks yummy too. You have many talents . Tracy x x

Deb Neerman said...

WoW, love this Lisa! A fabulous creation!

Lynn Stevens said...

Lisa, Love what your doing with the new stamps!
hugs Lynn

Yvonne Garner said...

Love the background on your card! So nice of you to share a recipe! Take care.

Gerrie Johnnic said...

Luv your collage, great recipe, tufs GF!

Suzanne C said...

Yummy soup and love the Gelli plate background mixed with the fun Amelia image!

 
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