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Bulk Cooking Day ~ 30 recipes ~ Part 2

Here are the second half of the recipes from my big bulk cooking day…

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16) Raspberry Chipotle BBQ Ribs ~ This is a common crock pot recipe and could made with any flavor BBQ sauce.
Boneless pork ribs, Sweet Baby Ray’s Raspberry Chipotle BBQ sauceI put the ribs in the crock pot, seasoned with Mrs. Dash chipotle seasoning and dumped 1/2 bottle of the BBQ sauce on top and let it cook for about 4 hours on high. When cooled I packaged with my food sealer and froze. This will be served as BBQ sandwiches with baked beans and cole slaw.

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17) Chicken Pot Pies ~ This is my bestfriend Lisa’s recipe, we make these pies a lot during the winter months…yummy comfort food 🙂
1 large can VegAll, 1 cream of potato soup, 1 cream of chicken soup, 1 cream of celery soup, 2 boneless chicken breasts, 1/3 cup milk, salt & pepper, 2 packages deep dish pie crusts (makes 2 pies)
I boiled the chicken breasts for about 30 mins (this was done at the same time I did the chicken for two other recipes). Once cooled shred the chicken and add all other ingredients mixing together well. Then dump into pie crusts and top with second crust. Bake for approx 1 hour at 350 degrees. My family likes to top this with sour cream and a little hot sauce.

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18) Chocolate Chip Pudding Cookies ~ This is a Pinterest recipe found HERE
This recipe calls for chocolate chips but I used chocolate chunks because that is what I had in the pantry 🙂 I made this dough into balls and then flash froze them…once they were frozen I bagged them together and stuck the bag in the freezer. These can be taken out a few cookies at a time and baked as needed. Thaw and bake at 350 degrees for 8-10 mins (if frozen add 2 mins to bake time and halfway thru cooking push cookie ball down into itself as it melts down).

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19) Chicken Spaghetti ~ Pioneer Woman’s recipe found HERE
We absolutely LOVE this recipe! I put it in a Glad Ovenware pan and froze.

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20) Italian Sausage with Onions ~ Another crock pot favorite! Normally sausage with peppers and onions but we don’t do green peppers so I omitted those.
6 Italian sausage links, 1 onion, 1 can Rotel, minced garlic
Everything goes in the crockpot and cooks for about 4 hours on high. Once cooled I bagged and froze. This will be served hoagie rolls with sweet potato fries.

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21) Balsamic Honey Pork Chops ~ This is a Pinterest inspired recipe which I changed up alittle, recipe found HERE 3 boneless pork chops, 1/2 onion sliced, minced garlic, rib seasoning, pepper, cayenne, worcestershire, honey
I added everything to a ziploc bag and marinated the meat in the fridge for about 4 hours. Then I dumped it in the crockpot and cooked for about 4 hours on high. Once cooled I bagged and froze. This will be served with veggies and rice.

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22) Spaghetti Sauce ~ This is my recipe that I will use for pasta and meatballs
2 cans Hunts pasta sauce, chopped onion, minced garlic, Mrs. Dash Tomato Basil seasoning, Italian seasoning, 1/2 tsp baking soda, 1 tbsp brown sugar
Add everything to a saucepan and allow to cook together for 2 hours, stirring occasionally. Once cooled I put into a freezer container and froze.

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23) Pancake Bites ~ a Pinterest inspired recipe found HERE and if you really feel inspired the recipe for homemade syrup is HERE
I used bacon as our meat of choice and the kids literally wouldn’t stop talking about these! They were a HUGE hit for a quick breakfast before school!!!

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24) Banana Bread Muffins ~ a Pinterest found HERE
DSC_0682DSC_070525) Spicy Dr. Pepper Shredded Pork ~ The Pioneer Woman’s recipe found HERE
I changed this up based on what I had on hand…I didn’t have the chipotle peppers in adobo and my little hometown grocery didn’t either so I went with the raspberry chipotle BBQ sauce and Mrs. Dash chipotle seasoning.

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26) Italian Sausage Baked Penne ~ My recipe makes two 8X8 pans
Italian sausage, onions sliced, 1 1/2 cups mozzarella, 1/3 cup Parmesan, Italian seasoning, 1/2 tsp red pepper flake, 1 caqn diced tomatoes, minced garlic, 1 box penne pasta
I cook the sausage and then sliced into pieces, cook the penne and then mixed everything together and put it in a Glad Ovenware pan and froze. When I reheat I will add some cheese to the top and serve with garlic bread.

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27) Chips & Cheese Casserole ~ A Pinterest inspired recipe found HERE and HERE
I used a can of rotel, a can or corn (drained), a can of black beans with liquid, a can of cream of chicken soup, 1 lb of ground chuck and store brand doritos, shredded cheese
Crush 1/2 bag of chips in bottom of pan layer with ground beef mixture and cheese, top with remaining crushed chips. Because freezing the casserole makes the chips a little soggy when I reheated I added cheese to the top and some extra crushed chips for crunch (we used ranch doritos for the top). We also added some sour cream and a little salsa for serving.

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28) Tuscan Ribs ~ another Pinterest recipe found HERE I changed it up just a little by using boneless country style ribs and cutting them into bite size pieces. Once cooked cooled I packaged with food sealer and froze. This will be served with a veggie and a sweet potato.

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29) Oven Roasted Cabbage ~ Pinterest inspired recipe found HERE and HERE
I wrapped each wedge in foil and added the lemon dressing, be sure to remove the core from the cabbage. Roasted them in the oven until they were nice and tender.

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30) Pan Seared Restaurant Steak and Smashed Potatoes ~ a Pinterest steak recipe found HERE and Pioneer Woman potatoes found HERE
This was my “treat” dinner for working so hard all day on the other meals 😉 A girl’s gotta have some steak every now and then! I didn’t hear any complaints outta my crew about this meal…in fact, I think all I heard at dinner was Yum! Wow! So good!…yep, I’ll take that any day of the week 🙂

Operation 30 recipes was a success! I hope you enjoy the recipes as much as we have!!!

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Bulk Cooking Day ~ 30 recipes ~ Part 1

I decided that I was gonna do a bulk cooking day like no other…I loaded up on some meat at Sam’s Club and put together a list of 30 recipes that I wanted to make. Some of them were ones that are normally in my rotation but others I found on the internet and Pinterest.

To save some time during the week I choose to precook almost everything. Some of these recipes could be dump recipes that are frozen ahead of time and then just pulled from the freezer and put in the crock. But because I was trying to make the most of my time I decided to precook and just pull and heat 🙂 Here’s how the day went down and the recipes/links as well as photos from the day.

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I had 4 crockpots working at one time as well as the oven and stove burners too. Lots going on in a small kitchen but boy did it smell good in here!

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1) Chili ~ This is my recipe that we use a lot during the winter months.
Ground Beef, chopped onions, minced garlic, chili seasoning, 1 can tomato paste, 1 large can tomato sauce, 2 cans kidney beans, 1 can rotel, baking soda, brown sugar
I start by browning the ground beef, We like our chili loaded with meat so I used about 2lbs. Next, I drain the fat and add the onion and garlic cooking until translucent. Then I add the chili seasoning and tomato paste, next is the tomato sauce, kidney beans and rotel. Lastly I add about 1/2 tsp. baking soda and about 1 tbsp brown sugar and let it cook for a couple hours on low. Once it cools I put in a freezer container and freeze.

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2) Sweet & Sour Chicken ~ This is a Pinterest recipe found HERE
8 oz Catalina dressing, 1 envelope onion soup, 1 can whole cranberries, 4 chicken breasts (you could also add a can of pineapple chunks if you wanted)
I cut up the chicken breasts into cubes and then simply put everything in a skillet on the stovetop and let it cook on med-low heat for about an hour until it cooked down and got thicker. Bagged it and put it in the freezer…I’ll serve this over rice.

3) Teriyaki Chicken ~ This is an adaptation of a Pinterest recipe found HERE
2 chicken breasts, 1 cup water, 1 cup teriyaki sauce, 2/3 cup brown sugar, minced garlic, ground ginger
I cut the chicken breasts in half and added everything to a ziploc bag then let it marinade in the fridge for about 4 hours…then I dumped the bag into a crock pot and cooked on high for 4 hours. Once cooled I bagged it and froze it. This will be served over rice with steamed broccoli.

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4) Garlic & Herb (Mojo) Pork ~ This is one of my recipes
3 pork chops, mojo marinade (Mrs. Dash zesty garlic & herb marinade works as well)
Add pork and marinade to crockpot and cook on high for 4 hours…shred cooled meat adding some of the marinade and bag then freeze. This is will be served as cuban pork and yellow rice with black beans.

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5) Italian Chicken ~ Another of my recipes2 chicken breasts, 4 oz Italian dressing
I boiled the chicken breasts at the same time that I boiled the chicken for two other recipes. Boiled for about 30 mins then shredded when cooled, bagged it and froze. This will be added to yellow rice and green peas for chicken and yellow rice.

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6) Meatloaf ~ This is a Paula Deen recipe found HERE  So yummy and  the kids love it!
Once baked and cooled I place into an 8X8 Glad Overware pan so when I need to reheat it will be able to go right into the oven 🙂

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7) Pot Roast ~ This is my recipe1 roast, 1 envelope onion soup, 1 can cream of mushroom soup, beef broth, steak seasoning
Sprinkle roast with steak seasoning and onion soup mix and cover with cream of mushroom soup, add beef broth around roast and then I cooked it in my cast iron dutch oven at 325 degrees for about 3 hours…check broth level often and add if need be. Once cooled I shredded bagged 1/2 recipe and froze. This will be served with glazed carrots and instant mashed potatoes.

8) Pot Roast Stroganoff ~ this is a Publix recipe found HERE
1/2 recipe of above Pot Roast
This will be added noodles served with a veggie.

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9) Mississippi Pot Roast ~ This is a Pinterest recipe, I couldn’t find a post that linked back to the original recipe but here it is…
Chuck roast, ranch dressing packet, Au Jus packet, stick of butter, pepperochini peppers.
Put chuck roast in crock pot, Sprinkle with Hidden Valley ranch dressing, add McCormick Au Jus mix, a stick of butter, 5 pepperoncini peppers. DO NOT ADD WATER. Cook on low for 7-8 hrs…I actually put this in a dutch oven and cooked at 325 degrees for about 3 hours at the same time as the other pot roast was cooking. Shredded  the recipe and bagged 1/2 then froze.

DSC_069210) Beef Burrito Meat ~ 1/2 recipe of Mississippi Roast
This was bagged and frozen and will be used in burritos for Mexican night

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11) Breakfast Burritos ~ This is my version of The Pioneer Woman’s HERE
wrapped in foil, bagged and froze.

DSC_0711DSC_071212) Skinny Minis ~ This is a recipe my friend Amy Cotta’s book Six Weeks To Skinny Jeans, more info found HERE
Basically I used EggBeaters, turkey breakfast sausage and cheese. Cooked in a muffin pan at 325 degrees for about 8-10 mins…watch them closely. Once cooled I bagged the “muffins” and they will be kept in fridge for breakfast for the hubby during the week.

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13) Pumpkin Muffins and Bread ~ This is a Pinterest recipe that can be found HERE
These are really yummy and passed the kid test too 🙂 the muffins didn’t make it to the freezer, they are in the fridge for breakfast and snacks. The loaf was frozen for later.

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14) Corn Dog Muffins ~ Another Pinterest inspired recipe I just used jiffy corn mix and hotdogs…baked as directed and once cooled I bagged them and froze.
This was another hit with the kiddos because the hate the stick in corndogs, so these were perfect 🙂 Take out of freezer in the morning and put in lunch bag and by lunch time they are thawed.

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15) Lasagna ~ The Pioneer Woman’s recipe found HEREI put this in a Glad Ovenware pan and froze

Stay tuned for Part 2 of this big cooking day 🙂

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Publix Penny Item ~ 5/18/11

The Mystery Penny Item at Publix for Wednesday 5/18:

Publix spaghetti sauce

This week’s penny item is available with a $10 purchase (before coupons) and is only available on Wednesday 5/18 for the Nashville area.
Please remember that at most stores you will have to have the coupon to get the penny item. Be sure to ask customer service if they require the coupon.
Happy Shopping!!!

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Publix Penny Item ~ 5/11/11

The Mystery Penny Item at Publix for Wednesday 5/11:

Publix paper towel roll

This week’s penny item is available with a $10 purchase (before coupons) and is only available on Wednesday 5/11 for the Nashville area.
Please remember that at most stores you will have to have the coupon to get the penny item. Be sure to ask customer service if they require the coupon.
Happy Shopping!!!

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Publix Penny Item ~ 5/4/11

The Mystery Penny Item at Publix for Wednesday 5/4:

Publix chips

This week’s penny item is available with a $10 purchase (before coupons) and is only available on Wednesday 5/4 for the Nashville area.
Please remember that at most stores you will have to have the coupon to get the penny item. Be sure to ask customer service if they require the coupon.
Happy Shopping!!!

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Publix Penny Item ~ 4/27/11

The Mystery Penny Item at Publix for Wednesday 4/27:

Publix iced tea

This week’s penny item is available with a $10 purchase (before coupons) and is only available on Wednesday 4/27 for the Nashville area.
Please remember that at most stores you will have to have the coupon to get the penny item. Be sure to ask customer service if they require the coupon.
Happy Shopping!!!

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Spotlight on Local Business ~ Thursday

Today’s business spotlight on: Elle Dee Studio by Lauren Dunn

Who are they: Elle Dee Studio is owned by Lauren Dunn and is located in Spring Hill, Tn.

Here’s what Lauren had to say about her creations: “I received my Bachelor of Arts degree from Delta State University and went on to teach art for several years before marrying my wonderfully supportive husband and moving to Nashville. My husband, Nathan, and I make a great team. We work out of our garage in Spring Hill. He builds ’em, I paint ’em. I’m very thankful that he has taken such an interest in my business. If it wasn’t for his support (and craftsmanship), I couldn’t do it….I’d be too overwhelmed. It has been such a rewarding process to watch our business grow and continue to grow. I look forward to seeing where God takes us!”

What do they sell: Handmade distressed wooden frames that add personality to any family photo. They also offer Original Paintings. You can check the paintings out also on the website, Facebook, or email Lauren for a commissioned piece.

I LOVE LOVE LOVE Lauren’s frames 🙂 Every one is so unique and really beautiful…here are some of my favorites:

 

 

 

 

Lauren also does amazing paintings and will do custom pieces upon request. Check out some of her paintings:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

What sets them apart: Whether it is a frame or a painting, Lauren takes pride in her work and will go the extra mile to make sure that it turns out perfectly 🙂 Each and every piece is a unique hand-made treasure. They also do custom work…so if you have a really odd-shaped picture and you can’t find a frame…Lauren’s your gal 🙂 She will custom make you a frame in any size and color.

Why Faithful & Frugal loves EDS: I love Elle Dee Studio because first of all, Lauren is about the sweetest person you’ll ever meet. She loves what she does and that shows in her art. Secondly, have you seen the frames? The ones I posted above! I mean, what’s not to LOVE? Thirdly, the paintings…they are so gorgeous! I can’t really even pick a favorite because I love them ALL!

How do I find them: To view more of Lauren’s work be sure to check out her website at www.ElleDeeStudio.com

To place an order please visit the Etsy shop HERE, contact Lauren at elledeestudio@gmail.com OR check out her Facebook page for more info and pictures. You can find Lauren Dunn Designs on Facebook HERE

You can also find Elle Dee Studio at several of the street festivals, be sure and check out the website tab “shows” for all the dates, but don’t miss them at the Franklin Main Street Festival April 30 and May 1.

 

Also, don’t forget to visit last year’s spotlights too:

Pink Sugar Bowl: HERE

Custom Banner Creations:   HERE

Moments by Paula, Paula Leach Photography: HERE

Twisted Ribbons: HERE

Faith Hendrix, RN/LMT: HERE

Hummingaway’s Glass & Stuff: HERE

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Spotlight on Local Business ~ Wednesday

Today’s business spotlight is on: Sodium

Who are they: Sodium is lead by Nathan Estes and his team and is located in Franklin, Tn.

Sodium is a super cool Coffee House with family entertainment. Their mission statement is “Connect, Refuel, Thrive” and they are not kidding 🙂 This place is loaded with awesomeness! For starter’s there is the tree house, a huge play structure for the kids to explore. Then, there is the rock wall…hello! What kid (or Dad) doesn’t love that? Oh and then there is the Play Village & Lego room for younger children…brillant! But wait, there is more…like pool tables, foosball, ping pong, gaming stations, air hockey, a huge stage for concerts, family friendly music videos playing in the background…oh and my personal favorite, the workshop rooms…that’s right, your kids can learn art, music, science and much more! Plus the place is loaded with comfy sofas and lots of tables with chairs for sitting and eating or working on your laptop…they are even plenty of booths to sit and talk or eat, in fact Sodium encourages you to pack a picnic or stop by a local hot shop and bring your food with you or order pizza and have it delivered 🙂 Don’t worry, if you are a coffee lover…they’ve got you covered there too! The guy that runs the coffee shop…well, let’s just say he knows a lot about coffee…you would think he worked for Starbucks or something 😉

Let me just tell you that I took my kids to Sodium yesterday for a Spring Break treat…we had never been so I wasn’t sure what to expect…I was blown away! The whole family had a blast and my kids didn’t want to leave!

 

 

 

 

What do they sell: Coffee 🙂 Well, they really don’t sell anything…but they do offer membership to the facility and a chance for your family to connect and engage in a really cool atmosphere. They also offer special events so be sure to check their calendar for upcoming events.

Day passes to the facility are $7 per child, adults are FREE and there is a family maximum of $25 for larger families…How cool is that???

You can also buy memberships which save you a ton of money and as a member you cool “members only” benefits too…

Monthly Membership (Family) $49

12 Month Family Membership $249

Lifetime Membership $499

You can also donate a membership for a family who can’t afford one…a really great way to give back!

What sets them apart: Sodium is a Non-Profit 501(c)(3) organization focused on enriching the lives of families.  They do this by providing collaborative events and facilities that appeal to all ages of the entire family in one place- activities that help us open communication and engage members of our family.

Why Faithful & Frugal loves Sodium: I can’t even list ALL the reasons why I love Sodium…but I will tell some of my favs! First off, three words…Wholesome Family Atmosphere 🙂 This place is awesome! There is stuff for all ages and everything they do is a meant to benefit families, families spending time together…LOVE that! Fav #2, there is wifi in the building and parents can work while their kids play 🙂 Fav #3 The enrichments classes…they totally ROCK 🙂 Listen, if you are looking for a super fun, ultra cool, family friendly place to hang out with your kids…Sodium is the place for you!

How do I find them: You can contact Sodium by phone at (615) 591-1818 OR visit the website HERE OR check out their Facebook page for more info. You can find Sodium on Facebook HERE

You can also visit their blog to learn more about Sodium’s mission HERE

 

Also, don’t forget to visit last year’s spotlights too:

Pink Sugar Bowl: HERE

Custom Banner Creations:   HERE

Moments by Paula, Paula Leach Photography: HERE

Twisted Ribbons: HERE

Faith Hendrix, RN/LMT: HERE

Hummingaway’s Glass & Stuff: HERE

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Spotlight on Local Business ~ Tuesday

Today’s business spotlight is on: New Creations Blocks

Who are they: New Creation Blocks is owned by Aimee Perry and is located in Spring Hill, Tn.

Here’s what Aimee had to say about her creations…”Everything I make is custom. My customers pick out the colors and the style they would like. From there we can add photos, information, poems, scriptures…anything desired to further personalize the blocks.”

What do they sell: Personalized Vintage Wooden Blocks, Custom Necklaces & New Creation Hair Clips.

The blocks are my absolute favorite and I think they are just gorgeous! I can’t even begin to tell you how cool they are 😉 So many possibilities…I have even seen these blocks used in maternity photos to announce the baby’s gender or name…the possibilities are endless really! Take a look for yourself…

~Dedication Blocks ~ Birth Announcements Blocks ~Name Blocks~~ Business Blocks ~ Teacher Blocks ~ Family Blocks ~ Ornaments ~ Hair Clips ~ Necklaces/Hair Clip Sets ~ Necklaces ~ Wedding Blocks ~ Engagement Blocks ~ Cake Toppers ~


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

**The personalized blocks comes in three sizes**

1.Traditional blocks
These are 2″x 2″. These are great for spelling out names, or making and alphabet set or adding to a larger block for more decor options.
2. Decor Blocks
These are 4″x4″ and are what I use for Birth Announcement Blocks, photo blocks, some wedding blocks…etc..
3. Family Size Blocks
These are the largest. They are 4″x6″. These are great to feature photos better. I use these for many wedding blocks and my Family Album Sets.

What sets them apart: NCB is connected with two different ministries presently and about to add a third. They give 15% of their profit from each sale to Haiti and Africa. The organizations they work with protect children from poverty and abuse in particular.

NCB also sponsors an eleven year old girl in Africa and is hoping to sponsor at least one more child by mid this year.

Aimee’s dream is to at some point be working on the ground doing what these ministries are doing. Until then, she will do her best to raise some funds for the beautiful work they do!

Why Faithful & Frugal loves NCB: I love New Creation Blocks because they offer one of a kind, unique items that your family will cherish forever. Each and every block is created with love and hand made to be a very special treasure. Aimee is passionate about what she does and that shows in her works 🙂

How do I find them: To place an order please contact Aimee via email at newcreationblocks@yahoo.com OR  visit the website HERE http://www.newcreationblocks.com/

Also be sure to check out her Facebook page for more info and pictures. You can find New Creation Blocks on Facebook HERE

You can also visit the New Creation Blocks blog HERE

 

Also, don’t forget to visit last year’s spotlights too:

Pink Sugar Bowl: HERE

Custom Banner Creations:   HERE

Moments by Paula, Paula Leach Photography: HERE

Twisted Ribbons: HERE

Faith Hendrix, RN/LMT: HERE

Hummingaway’s Glass & Stuff: HERE

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Spotlight on Local Business ~ Monday

Today’s business spotlight is on: Loopty Loop Crochet


Who are they:
Loopty Loop Crochet is owned by Michelle Hanes and is located in Spring Hill, Tn.

Here’s what Michelle had to say about her creations: “I started crocheting again in 2009 and quickly realized it was something that I’m good at. Hats are my favorite item to crochet, but I’ll happily crochet just about anything. My home is smoke-free & pet-free. When you order something from me, you can be sure that I put a lot of love into my work and you will get an item that you will love too! “

What do they sell: Michelle creates custom items that are absolutely adorable! Check out some of my favorite things available from Loopty Loop…Hats range from $17-$25

 

 

 

Baby booties, hats & diaper covers ~ Bible covers ~ Monkey hats

 

 

 

Flower hats ~                        Owl Hats ~                          Brim hats & Scarfs

What sets them apart: Every order is custom made by hand & with love 🙂

Why Faithful & Frugal loves LLC: I love Loopty Loop Crochet because every item is hand made…whether you are looking for a special gift or just want a cute hat for your own child, you will find it at Loopty Loop! Michelle treats each customer like family, taking special care to create the perfect piece and adding a special touch of love to each and every thing she makes.

How do I find them: To place an order please contact Michelle at looptyloopcrochet@charter.net OR check out her Facebook page for more info and pictures.

You can find Loopty Loop Crochet on Facebook HERE: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Loopty-Loop-Crochet/186645871373495

Also, don’t forget to visit last year’s spotlights too:

Pink Sugar Bowl: HERE

Custom Banner Creations:   HERE

Moments by Paula, Paula Leach Photography: HERE

Twisted Ribbons: HERE

Faith Hendrix, RN/LMT: HERE

Hummingaway’s Glass & Stuff: HERE

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