Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Tags and Sausa - Tackle it Tuesday

The last few weeks have been super busy. In a good way, with visits from parents, fun events like the balloon festival, a ride on a ski lift (for the first time), and a lunch date with my hubby. It was wonderful, but now it is time to get some things done.
I can't seem to get ahead in any thing, but today I will tackle a new blog post (done), make cooked salsa using tomatoes from our small garden, and make lots of tags for my new etsy shop of handmade cards and gift tags. And hopefully at the end of the day I have a cleaned up dinning room.

You will have to wait for the after photos. I will post them late tonight, or early tomorrow.

For more inspiration on tackling your to do list visit 5 Minutes for Mom's Tackle it Tuesday post and list.

UPDATE!

Yea! Salsa is done. And lots of it:

The top smaller bowl is a salsa for children. I has mostly tomato in it to make it mild and is cooked so that it will not go bad and make them sick.

Next is a bowl of the salsa for children. My daughter kept running into the kitchen to see if her salsa was done yet.
Once I said yes, she dug right in. It is one great way for children to get their vegetables.
Tags and clean table to come. That is my after dinner project.

THE FINAL UPDATE!!!

Gift and Thank you tags are finish and table cleared. See post above for images and more.

5 comments:

AmyK said...

I'll have to come back! I'm curious...

Whimsical Creations said...

Love your new tags!...tat is a cm paper cutter I see. =D I love cm...I am going to croptober on Sunday. Can't wait to get some work done on my scrapbook.

Klymyshyn Design said...

I'll bring the chips!

Susie said...

What a great tackle list. I hope you accomplish everything you want to today.

Mary said...

Wow, productive day! The salsa looks delicious.

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