Saturday, September 13, 2008

...been a little busy!!!...

this weekend my mom & i were super busy getting ready for this...


we baked almost 100 loaves of Amish Friendship Bread.  it is one of my families favorites & we thought that it would be a fun thing to share with others.  i knew that if i was buying it i would want it to be cute.  so i designed a little label & used one of my new favorite gadgets to finish it off.



i totally love this thing!!!  it makes projects a total breeze!!


this is my moms new oven & needless to say-- it was pretty dang busy!!!  it was so nice to be able to cook 20 loaves at one time!


all packed up & ready to go!


my favorite part... the labels.  the bread does taste good too!!!


9:00 am... we are open for business!!!

the whole thing was super fun!!!  & we were so excited when the comity asked us to come back next week.  come down & check it out.  it is a lot of fun!

9 comments:

Sunny Jo said...

ok, how cute are those?!!! I bet they were so yummy too!!:)
I have been wanting a cricut machine for SO long, are they really worth it? maybe for christmas....

Jen said...

I will so be there!

Lyndsie said...

so cute brit!! i may need to buy myself a cricut...i'm sure it would totally simplify things!! :)

thanks again for the cute flowers, they were perfect!!

Summer said...

so funny - we were seriously just talking about this bread this weekend and I was saying how I had never had it, but want to try it...and on top of that I have been wanting to come to that farmers market forver too. I keep saying I am going to do it and now I have more of an incentive if you are going to be selling your bread there this Saturday!

Jen said...

So glad that your mom is my visiting teacher. I just got some friendship bread this evening! The label is so cute. Nice work.

Lance and Becky said...

Those look super duper cute! I can't imagine the time that went into all that baking! Way to go, and it looks so yummy too :)

6 P's in a Pod said...

Yea, I had some and it was YUM-O! I warmed it up in the micro, added real butter and ... AHHHHH!!!
(Mouth watering, saliva running)

Sha said...

Isn't making Amish friendship bread a really long, arduous process? I've never made it before because it just looked like too much work. How did you manage to pump out loaf after loaf? (that doesn't sound right) Anyway, I think the labels are downright perfect for the bread.

claire said...

Blog stalker here. LOVE your blog, your photography and your ideas. Thanks for sharing them with me without even knowing it. Which cricut cartridge did you use for these? Super cute. thanks.