…You can finish off this entire Tostada salad (shell and all) and not even worry about continuing on to the chips and salsa bar.
Seriously, this has been my ultimate “craving” this time around, I just can’t get enough of these, or sour cream for that matter. (Lately, I’ve been know to take scoops of sour cream and just eat it plain……straight out of the container)
Shhh, don’t tell anyone
Anyway, it was such a beautiful day in Oregon, that we spent our school day outside, picnicking for dinner and letting the kids run wild in the backyard.
It was fantastic.
I even got to work on this neat little needle felting project I’ve been putting off. Have you ever heard of needle felting? This is something new to me, but lately I’ve seen all the neat videos and kits at the craft store, so I finally decided to pick one up and figure it out for myself.
I must say that I’m absolutely HOOKED! This project took me like 30 minutes, and it was small enough to keep next to me while the kids were playing outside. I don’t know exactly what I’m going to do with it yet, but the possibilities for this type of craft are endless, and I’m glad I finally took an afternoon to learn how to do it! (I’m actually thinking of using it for part of These adorable homemade Easter Baskets, I’ve been dying to make)
And for those of you who are wondering just what exactly this needle felting is all about, check out the video below, that is exactly how I made mine. I can’t wait to experiment with my own patterns…..
Oh, a door has been opened!