Peach Cobbler Dump Cake Recipe & Instructions
Peach Cobbler Dump Cake - The winner of the Del Monte Fan Favorite Dump Cake Poll! A super-simple sweet comfort food, made with 3 ingredients! No mixer, no eggs! Just layer fruit, dry cake mix and butter right in the baking dish, and a delicious dessert bakes up that’s somewhere between a cobbler and a fruit crisp. Keep it good and simple, or try a variation to twist up the fun. Click for recipe and directions.
Autumn in the Family Room
It is officially Autumn and the leaves have really started to fall here this past week. Time to get out the heavier blankets and cozy up the house. The slipcover I ordered for our couch arrived and I couldn't be happier with it. Just to recap the couch and love seat are hand me downs from my parents. They are from Arhaus and are so well made but with their tropical print slipcovers were a must. I found the love seat slipcover at Ikea, read more about it here. I ordered the couch slipcover…
Cupcakes and Tea
Hey every one! It's your Spoiled Fairy Princess Mickey I decided to add another page to my blog and it will be all about Tea Parties, Cupcakes and all goodies related! I hope you like it! Heres the 1st one: Before any Tea Party theres has to be the perfect invitation!!! something like this! ...or with a key... be creative with a full of your fave tea bottle! a very Queen of Hearts card send out tea bags in the invitation! Maybe something simple I've myself thrown a couple of small Tea…
How To Host A Traditional Tea Party - Entertaining Diva @ From House To Home
How To Host a Traditional Tea Party - an afternoon tea party makes a great Christmas celebration
Charming Collection Of Elegant Vintage Tea Cups
I don't know why, but i love and collect Tea things. Especially when it's fine china bone and delicate colors like those teas cups ! Thanks Kimmie for my first pin ! One day, i will show you my collection of Teapots, cups and tins.
Tea "totaler" Wreath
My love for tea cups was sparked by my Nana, who gave me my first cup, a pink china cup, with gold inside on my first birthday. I still have it! So, this project begins with the base. I tried to save $$ here by buying the wire frame at the Dollar store; but the weight of the cups made this a poor choice. I had to splurge and go to the craft store, but I had a coupon. I spray painted it white, so it would melt into the tea cups. While the frame was drying, I gathered the rest…
Cake Vintage: Recycled Lamps and Spoondeliers - Lighting
Robbie and Angie Cook from Cake Vintage decided to create something different. …and I’m glad they did. I mean, who wouldn’t want an item that is extraordinary and special as their lighting fixtures? What started as an evening with friends, sitting around with a selection of vintage doorknobs and a bottle of wine, turned into …