Friday, July 18, 2014

BONUS - FREE stamp set with ANY Close to My Heart Purchase!

It's Christmas in July!

Free Close to My Heart Yuletide Greetings stamp set with any sized purchase from now until 11:59 pm on Tuesday, July 22, 2014!
Here's how to get the Yuletide Greetings stamp set shown above:

1) Place an order at my Close to My Heart shopping site HERE.
2) I will send out the stamp set to you directly.  Do NOT add it to your cart.

This offer is only from me and not a general Close to My Heart promotion.  While supplies last so get your order in quickly!
Close to My Heart has announced the product retirement list for the Spring Summer 2014 catalog. These items are on a "while supplies last" type basis so once things sell out, they are GONE!

Check out the Close to My Heart Product Retirement Items here!

Below are a few stamp sets that are retiring that are some of my favorites. I am sorry to see these go. But these are not all the stamp sets - there are more here.  Also, paper, inks, chipboard items, the bracket frame and more are retiring!

Bountiful Season:
Here is the Close to My Heart Stamp of the Month for July - a full alphabet stamp set! Normally, these are $29.95 but this month, it's only $5 with a $50 purchase!  WHOOP!

It's just $5 when you spend $50+ at my Close to My Heart shopping page.

Here's a quick link to the online catalog - CLICK HERE if you want a peek. 


New Cricut Giveaway - Small Talk and Frames

How can you win?

1) Leave a comment below - Favorite chicken recipe?
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Winner will be announced on July 20, 2014 and has two weeks to claim prize.  U.S. Residents only, please, over 18.  Void where prohibited.

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19 comments:

  1. We live in Florida so it's nice year round to grill outside. So, usually chicken on the grill for us.

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  2. I like to make whole chicken in the crock pot with garlic.

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  3. Green chicken enchiladas. Thanks for the chance to win

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  4. I'm with Buncobuddy, we almost always grill, but when I just need a change, I have a stove top recipe I like. In a frying pan, put in olive oil, add chicken cubes, garlic, onions and anything else that sounds good or you want to get rid of. Cook until chicken is done. Add a can of cream soup (usually cream of celery), about 1/2 cup milk, a 15 oz. can of diced tomatoes and a package of frozen broccoli (or fresh). Cook until broccoli is done. Serve over rice (or noodles). It makes an easy change from grill.

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  5. I prefer plain old deep fried chicken; but, for a change of pace, once in a while, chicken and noodles taste pretty good. I use 2 cans of chicken broth to boil the frozen noodles in. Chop up 1/2 of a large onion to boil with the noodles. When the noodles are close to being done, add in 2 cans of chicken breast, 1 can chicken gravy, and 1 can of cream of chicken gravy. Once in a while I will add a can of mushrooms, drained. Yum! Yum!

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  6. I love fried chicken. We do grill a lot of chicken, too. Thank you for the chance to win this cartridge.

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  7. I make a dish with chicken, pasta, asparagus tips, and cherry tomatoes cooked in a little chicken broth and tossed with parmesan cheese. I could eat it every night!

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  8. Chicken Caciatore has been my fav ever since I had it the first time. It's always my go-to dish for first-time dinner guests.
    Elaine S.

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  9. I love an old-fashioned roast chicken with dressing. If there are enough chicken leftovers, I like to make some chicken noodle soup or chicken tacos the next day.

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  10. Chicken Cordon Bleu is one of my favorites!

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  11. During cold weather, my favorite is chicken tortillas soup. Just put everything in a crockpot...and actually, I've used the same recipe with leftover turkey, and it was good too. Warm weather - my fave chicken recipe is one with syrup, bread crumbs/flour and oil. Fry up the chicken breasts and eat. My whole family will eat it too. :)

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  12. Chicken and dumplings are the best.

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  13. Spicy BBQ chicken with some home maid french fries. As we say in Portuguese , frango com PIRI PIRI.

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  14. Chicken on the grill with BBQ sauce. Yummy!

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  15. Chicken Sonora! It's a great dish for a crowd! It takes 4-6 chicken breasts (cooked in bite sized chunks), a medium jar of salsa (whatever brand and your choice of hot, medium or mild), 1-15 oz. Can Hormel chili (we use no bean, but it doesn't matter if you like the beans!), 1 can cream of chicken soup,1 package of soft tortillas (cut or ripped into bite sized chunks), and 1-12oz. package shredded cheddar cheese. Mix the chili , soup, salsa and chicken. Layer chicken mixture, tortilla chunks, and cheese. You should do about 3 layers of each item, ending with cheese on top in an oven safe dish (I spray the dish with cooking spray). Cook at 350· for 45-55 minutes. This is a really easy dish to throw together for 6-8 people easy. I love that every can and package is totally used up in this recipe! I highly recommend throwing sour cream on top after it is dished out! It's also great with garlic bread! I have found that 9 out of 10 kids love it! That really surprised me! I hope you try it!

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    1. This sounds great! Thanks sharing your recipe. :)

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