A customer recently sent me this note, and it made me so very happy. I love that this necklace is making its way along Route 66. Hope that I get to do this myself one day!
Are you a fan of sparkly accessories?
|*taken by Miranda|
Stutz Business Center
212 West 10th Street
Indianapolis, IN 46202
|Had to get a replacement camera for my deceased G11.|
|My nieces came to visit, and I took them for their first ever Flying Cupcake.|
|Goofing around with my plushies. Max Sammich just joined the bunch.|
|Posting childhood memories on Instagram.|
|Got some awesome gifts from a dear friend. The hand is holding a poop covered dime... because one time a maintenance guy thought I really needed one.|
|Hanging out with co-workers. Yes, I have another job besides my business.|
|Ordered some Roadside America/Route 66 fabric that I'm obsessing over.|
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2. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Spray a cookie sheet with cooking spray. Unroll your crescents and press them together to create one large piece of dough.
3. Spread on peanut butter.
4. Sprinkle chocolate chips and add slices of banana.
5. Roll up your dough.
6. Brush the top of the roll with egg whites and sprinkle with cinnamon.
7. Bake for 15 to 20 minutes.
8. Remove the roll from the oven and wrap in tin foil.
9. Place in the fridge for at least 20 minutes. Cut and serve.
This makes for a tasty breakfast or snack.
This bracelet has a hint of gold weaved into the brown leather and features a seahorse, a sand dollar, a seashell, and a starfish. Get one for yourself in my shop! If you'd prefer one of these charms on a ring, just let me know. :)