Happy Birthday – and a recipe.

Posted by Michelle on May 29th, 2012 . Filed under: A Million Memories, Birthday, Cards, Crate Paper, Published Work .

I was gonna say Happy Monday, but I reckon it’s Tuesday already!  Love the short work-week, but the missing Monday is going to throw off my days for the rest of the week.  Anyway….  So today I’ve got a little card that was in the March issue of CARDs magazine.  I really like this card and I’m not ashamed to say it.  That pretty lace trim is from A Million Memories who is going out of business and having a big ol’ sale right now.  Head on over to her site and use code SUMMER for 60%-off everything in the store!


We had lasagna cupcakes for dinner last night.
And they were too easy to make and too dang good to not share with you.

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24 wonton wrappers
1/4 C  parm
1/2 C  ricotta
3/4 C shredded mozzarella
3/4 C meat sauce

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

Use muffin tins, and coat each cuppie with a lil’ olive oil.

1 wonton wrapper per muffin cuppie.

Layer in order:  1 tsp. of mozz, pasta sauce and ricotta cheese and top with a bit of parm in the middle.

Top with another wonton wrapper, pat down a lil’, repeat the above layering and finish off with some more mozz on top.

Pop in the oven for 15-18 minutes until they are nice and golden brown.

Lemme know if you try ’em and love ’em!

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4 Responses to Happy Birthday – and a recipe.

  1. Dawn Easton

    Gorgeous card! Love that lace and layered scallops! Those lasagna cupcakes look SO good! Thanks for sharing!!!!

  2. Anna Was

    I love your card! I especially like how you left the center of the letters in…I would not have thought to do that! Interesting recipes I will have to try. We love lasagna!

  3. Jessie McLaughlin

    Beautiful card! I do so love the lace Michelle!! Thanks for the yummy recipe to try!! Have a wonderful rest of the short week!!

  4. Jen

    What an utterly drool worthy post! That card is beautiful. I really do love a good bit of lace combined with that pretty floral DP. Now that stuff below it is incredible looking. Just call me Pavlov’s dog. Shivers! I bet my kids would love it too and if not…more for me! Squeeeeeeeeeeeee!

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