Monday, March 11, 2013


You know the saying, "One man's junk another man's treasure?"  Boy, is that saying true!! This past Saturday, I went to a family friend's house. Some people would call her a "picker". You know, people who go to estate sales and demolition sites to find what most people would consider junk? Well, that is her! I have been wanting to find an old ladder to display blankets and picture frames. I knew I could find what I was looking for at this friend's house.

 I have shared before about my Pinterest addiction, I get so many cool ideas from Pinterest, but I am proud to say that I got this idea from my good friend, Leah Wright.  Check her out at Living the Proverbs 31 Lifestyle.  Leah is very crafty and creative!

There are so many creative ideas that you can use ladders for. I love how versatile they are! See the finished product below!

This is a creative and inexpensive way to display photos and quilts. Total cost $10.00. Can't beat that!

Bubble Up Pizza Bake

Hi Everyone!!

It has been a while since I have blogged. I have been super busy!! Things have finally calmed down a bit, so here I am!

Last night I tried a new recipe! It is called Bubbled Up Pizza Bake. I found the the recipe off of Pinterest. I don't know about you, but I HATE cooking on Sundays! It is my day of rest, and I don't want to have to be in the kitchen. However, we still have to eat, so this creates a problem. Most Sundays we go out to lunch after church. We normally eat a light dinner in the evening, because we are still full from lunch.

My husband and I have both been sick, so we decided to stay home all day yesterday. We slept in until 11:00 AM. I know!! It was heavenly :) The extra rest was much needed. Since we didn't go to church, we didn't have our normal Sunday lunch. When supper rolled around, we were both hungrier than normal. I wanted something that was filling yet easy to cook, hence, Bubbled Up Pizza Bake!  It was a hit, super easy and my husband loved it!  See Below for the recipe :)  If you follow me on Pinterest, it is under my "Favorite Recipe" board. Enjoy!

2 cans (12oz) golden layer buttermilk biscuits (Pillsbury Grands! Jr)
1 jar (15oz) pizza sauce 
2 cups mozzarella cheese
your favorite pizza toppings
cooking spray

-Preheat oven at 375 degrees
-Cut biscuits in fourths
-Put biscuit pieces in a bowl and combine pizza sauces
-Stir in 1 cup of cheese
- Pour mixture in a 9x13 greesed pan
-Add remaining cheese ant toppings
-Bake for 30 minutes
-Enjoy :)

** This dish is a great family dish,because you can section off the Bubble Up Pizza Bake and add each individual's favorite toppings!** See pictures below!