Monday, February 28, 2011

MIM-Italian Pork Chops!

Good morning/afternoon/evening to you all! It's me again, Kara bringing you a yummy recipe for some pork chops. Here is what you will need..

  • 1 1/2 cups crushed saltine crackers
  • 1 cup grated Parmesan cheese
  • 1/2 teaspoon Italian style seasoning 
  • 1/8 teaspoon garlic powder
  • 1/2 cup melted butter
  • 6-8 bone in or boneless pork chops.

Mix crackers, Parmesan cheese, Italian seasoning, and garlic powder in a bowl. Dip pork chops in melted butter, then in cracker mixture, coating all side. Place in 13x9 baking dishes, bake @ 425 for 30-40 mins. 
Now, I like to serve with Italian potatoes, what I do it wash and cut a few potatoes into wedges, salt and pepper, and add some of the Italian seasoning, and bake them along with the chops. Serve with vegetable of your choice :) I hope you enjoy this yummy dinner, my family sure does!! Have a great day, and be sure to comment below if you try this recipe!!


Sunday, February 27, 2011

Scissors Sunday

It's Scissors Sunday once again and I'm going to share with you a quick and easy way to make a hybrid card.

You don't always have to cut out each individual layer of paper. Over time I've found that when I cut out each individual layer and added it to the card base, I couldn't even tell that the paper was separate layers instead of one layer with drop shadows. In order to save time and ink, often I will just add a drop shadow with a distance of 0 or 1, and a spread % of 7-10 and a size % of 7-10. I move the sliders up and down to achieve the look I want, which is a very subtle shadow that goes around all edges, as that's how a paper shadow looks on a real printed card.

I added a few layers of paper to the canvas and applied the same drop shadow style. I moved the whole card over along with four of the adorable flowers. My plan was to use only one flower, but sometimes inspiration strikes when I'm cutting and gluing, and I like to have extra pieces to work with if necessary.

I ended up sticking with my original plan of only using one flower. I cut it out and attached it to the card using a 3-D foam adhesive. Then I stamped the "Happy Birthday" sentiment using my Words2Color stamps by The {Stamps} of Life. Then I added some flat-backed adhesive pearls to some pink buttons and attached those on the side of the sentiment.

Using this method allows me to conserve paper and ink while providing a nice layered paper look on my card! Give it a try and then come back and share your gallery link!


Saturday, February 26, 2011

We Have a Winner!!!

Congrats, Kendall! You've won a fabulous prize package of two products of your choice from Corynne's Creations! Please email me at and I'll get you started. How exciting and congrats!

Thanks to everyone for playing along! Keep your eyes open for another fabulous giveaway coming in March. This one's going to be amazing, too!!!


Friday, February 25, 2011

Saturday School - Flipping Elements

Happy Saturday, everyone! Terra here with a Saturday School tutorial for you on how to flip a page element. It is so easy to manipulate elements to make them work on your layout. It is an easy adjustment, but if you haven't done it before, you may not know where to begin. I have been digital scrapbooking for several months now but only took the time to learn this technique this week and thought I would share it with you. In this example, I am using Photoshop CS5 to flip an arrow in Jennifer's new kit, My Best Friend, available at Ninth and Bloom.
  1. Place the element on your page.
  2. Select the element.
  3. Go to Edit > Transform. There are several options listed, including options to rotate or flip the selected layer. In this case, I selected Flip Horizontal to flip the arrow the opposite direction.
  4. Move the element to place it in any position on the page and you are done.
This is a quick and easy transformation to make to any element in a kit. Now that you know how to flip an element, take some time to play with some of the other ways you can manipulate elements on a layout, such as rotating 90 or 180 degrees.

Have a great weekend!


New Release Friday @ 9th&Bloom and a Winner

This week, I have a new kit in my shop at 9th&Bloom that celebrates friendship:

I also have a few of my favorite older products making their debut at my shop at 9th&Bloom:

These kits are 20% off through Saturday at my shop at 9th&Bloom. Happy shopping!!!

Finally, I have the winner of yesterday's Win It Before You Can Buy It post. Congrats to:

You've won My Best Friend. Please PM me at 9th&Bloom and I'll get you your prize! Congrats!!!

I hope you all have a wonderful weekend full of fun, friends, good times, and scrapping!!!




Thursday, February 24, 2011

First Look Thursday and Win It Now!

This week, I have a brand new kit coming to 9th&Bloom. I'm loving the feel of this kit and even scrapped with it! That's HUGE for me! :) Would you like to win this kit before it ever hits the store? Simply leave a comment here telling me something about your best friend and I'll enter you into a drawing to win this kit!

Would you like an extra chance (or chances!) to win? Simply do one or more of the following and be sure to leave each entry in a separate comment for more chances.
1. Follow this blog.
2. Become a fan of Jennifer Fox Designs on Facebook.
3. Subscribe to my newsletter.
4. Follow jfoxdesigns on Twitter.
5. Post about this giveaway on your Facebook page.
6. Tweet about this giveaway on Twitter.
You can get up to 7 entries to win this fabulous kit!!! How fun! This giveaway will close at MIDNIGHT EST on tonight (Feb. 24). Be sure to check back tomorrow to see if you've won. Good luck!


Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Wednesday March Desktop Freebie

Hey Scrappers! Lori here with a desktop freebie for March!

Wow, I can't believe that February is almost over! Hope everyone is staying warm out there!

I decided to use the kit Tomorrow's Another Day for this Desktop freebie. It's full of lots of cute elements and light colors, great for spring layouts full of "hope"

Hope you all enjoy!!!


Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Tidbit Tuesday. Get Organized!

Hey all! It's me Kara, here again with another useful tidbit for you. I have clutter, and I hate it. I have managed to get more clutter since my son has started school. Do they really have to send that many papers home with him a day?? I love the website Each Tuesday they have what they call Tackle it Tuesday, and it has helped me so much in getting rid of clutter and paper. You can sign up for Tackle it Tuesday and get helpful tips and hits to help you out. SUCH a lifesaver for me, now let's just hope I can keep up with it..LOL. I hope you all have a blessed Tuesday and are staying warm...if you live in a state that has once again been hit by snow,ice,sleet,freezing me here in Ohio. Don't forget to come back and comment below what you think of and let me know if it's helped you out!!



Monday, February 21, 2011

Meals in Minutes Monday-Smokey Joes

Good morning readers!! Kara here with today's meals in minutes. My son loves sloppy joes, and I do too, but sometimes you get tired of the same ole' stuff. Searching the web I can across They have many healthy,quick and easy recipes. Smokey Joe's are awesome, and I hope you will try them one day and let us know here, how you liked them! (Note: They are a little spicy, so to cut back on that, you could not add the chipotle powder. My son loves spicy things)

  • 1 pound ground beef
  • 1/2 cup chopped onion
  • 1 clove garlic, finely chopped ( I just use garlic powder, it saves me time)
  • 1 teaspoon sweet paprika
  • 1 teaspoon smoked paprika
  • 1/4 teaspoon chipotle powder (or 1/2 teaspoon canned chipotles)
  • 1 cup ketchup
  • 1 tablespoon balsamic vinegar
  • 1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce
  • 3 tablespoon brown sugar
  • salt to taste
  • 4 hamburger buns

  1. In a large skillet over high heat, sauté the beef, onions, and garlic until the beef is cooked and browning, and all the liquid has boiled off (around 10 minutes).
  2. Turn the heat down to low, then add the spices and cook, stirring, for a few seconds.
  3. Stir in the remaining ingredients, then partially cover and simmer over low heat for 30 minutes, stirring frequently to prevent scorching.
  4. Divide the mixture among the buns and serve.

In the end, this is what you'll sure to have LOT'S of napkins :)


Sunday, February 20, 2011

Scissors Sunday - Tiled Card

Hi all, Sarah here and I want to share one of my absolute favorite techniques to use on a card. I used it fairly often as a rubber stamper and think it works well in the world of hybrid as well.

The card I'm sharing today is really a fairly simple card. I started by opening an 8.5"x11" canvas. First I decided on a background paper. I make my cards A2 size so the purple background here is sized 5.25"x4". I then decided I wanted to use this cute topsy turvy cake as my main image for the card so I layered it on a paper (2.5"x5" in this case but a lot will be dependent on the image you choose) that would contrast with my background paper and the image of the cake (I also wanted to note that I used no shadows on the cake, I wanted to make it look like it was a part of the paper). The last thing I included on my canvas was a word stip that says happy birthday.

Once I printed my project I cut out all the elements, the background paper and the paper with the cake image with my paper trimmer. I just used my fine tipped scissors to cut out the happy birthday sentiment, but you could definitely use a craft knife as well if you are more comfortable with those.

Next I began cutting .5" strips widthwise and then slicing those sections into 1" strips, making sure to lay them out in the correct order as I cut them (note that since my paper was 2.5" there are some .5" squares...I just switched up the sides that the smaller cut was on so that I could do a offset brick look to my image)

I started building in the center, since I had 9 rows I grabbed the first tile in the fifth row, found the center of my background paper and glued it down. I built off of this original tile for the rest of the image.

Here's the card on an A2 card (I love this size since you can make 2 out of a standard sheet of 8.5"x11" cardstock) made with kraft cardstock. I love the tiled look ( i even through in a few extra .5" pieces since my vision of the card changed as I was working on it..I love how it turned out so it's all good) and I think the wordstrip sentiment was just the right touch to finish off the card.

Another way to do a tiled card would be to do squares or rectangles that align, I especially love doing the squares vs the offset tiles for florals and food items because it reminds me of a backsplash in a kitchen that way. This technique also works really well for stamped images and there are lots of great digital stamps out there as well as brush sets you can use to stamp digitally.

Thanks so much for stopping by. If you decide to create a tiled card we'd love to see it. Have a great rest of your Sunday!


Saturday, February 19, 2011

Saturday School: Brush Tool Info

Hi Everyone!  Hope your Saturday is going great!  I'm here today to share more information about the Brush Tool in Photoshop.... but before I do...

Can you believe the news?  Jennifer Fox Designs is now at 9th and Bloom!!  Woot!  How cool is that!?  I hope you've stopped over there, checked out her goodies in the store!  You might also want to stop here and see how you can win a chance to join the Creative Team for 3 months!  Good Luck!

About the Brush Tool and the Options

First, you need to start a new document, layout or an existing project. You will select the Tool Brush from the tools toolbar.  This is what the Brush Tool is, and what other tools are available.

The Options Palette on the top looks like the picture below... and is pretty easy to use. You can change the size of the brush, as well as play with the hardness of the brush that you will use. When you change the number of pixels of a brush, you are changing the Hardness.  A higher number on the Hardness slider will make the edges on your brush more defined.  A lower number on the Hardness slider will make the edges on your brush less defined.

On the Options palette you can choose the Mode that you want the brush to have, the actual stroke.  The Opacity percentage will change the opacity of the brush stroke. Lowering the percentage will make the brush stroke more transparent, while raising the percentage will make it less transparent.

There is also a button for Flow.  This allows you to select how much paint will come out of the brush when applied to your document. The higher the flow, the more paint, as well as the lower the flow, the less paint used when you click your mouse.

There is also an Airbrush feature available. This allows paint to come out of the brush the whole time you are moving your mouse.

If that isn't enough to learn... there is a whole nother menu under the brush presets. This is what that menu looks like:  

There are a lot of setting here, but many are pretty self explanatory -- as long as you play with them, try them out, and experiment. Here are some of the options in this menu:
  • Brush Tip Shape -- determines the main shape of the brush. 
  • Shape Dynamics -- allows you to modify the shape of the brush.
  • Scattering -- this option determines how closely the brush marks are to the stroke. This can add a nice randomness to your stroke. 
  • Texture -- Adding a texture to your brush can really show some depth. Photoshop allows you to apply any of your Texture presets to your brush. 
  • Dual Brush  -- Combining two different brushes using the Dual Brush option can really create some fantastic effects - unavailable if you were only using one brush. 
  • Color Dynamics  -- this option allows for modification of the color of the stroke.  Playing with this will allow you to create some interesting color variations.  
  • Noise -- Creates random noise within your brush shape.
  • Wet Edges -- If you keep the edges of your brush at the highest opacity, and lowering the inside of your brush's opacity will create a similar look to watercolor, hence the Wet Edges.
  • Airbrush -- works with Flow, that is on the Menu bar above. 
  • Smoothing -- Smoothes the curves of the stroke.
  • Protect Texture -- This can allow you to make sure the same texture is used for every brush with a texture.
Brush Tool Shortcuts:
  • B -- Brush Tool
  • Shift + B -- Rotate through Brush tools (i.e. Brush, Pencil, etc)
  • F5 -- Show or hide Brushes palette
  • [ -- Decrease brush diameter
  • ] -- Increase brush diameter
  • Shift + [ -- Decrease brush hardness by 25%
  • Shift + ] -- Increase brush hardness by 25%
  • , --  Previous brush
  • . --  Next brush
  • Option (hold) --  Temporarily switch to Eyedropper tool
  • Shift + Option (hold) -- Temporarily switch to Color Sampler tool
  • Command (hold) -- Temporarily switch to Move tool
  • Command + Option (hold) -- Duplicate and Drag layer
  • Space (hold) -- Temporarily switch to Hand tool
Now for something quick to teach you a fun way to use the tool!  We are going to add some really basic watercoloring to a paper.  I've used a piece of paper from Jennifer's Tomorrow's Another Day Kit to show off my example. 

First, you will open the paper in a separate document and apply the shadow style you would like. Next... Command and Click on the Notebook Paper, so you see the marching ants. 

Click on Layer > New > Group. Then click on Add a Layer Mask, which is this little button
on the layers Palette. Create a new layer above the notepaper. 

First, I am going to select the Pencil Tool within the Brush tool, change the opacity to 30% on the menu bar options, and make my brush size about 125 pixels.  Drag your cursor over the paper to areas you want to add watercolor to. This is brown added:

Next, I did the same technique, changed up the opacity and brush sizes, and added faint Pink and Green layers.  I also played with the blending modes of each color layer.  My favorites are Multiply, Linear Dodge, Linear Burn... you have to play with them all!  Here is what I ended up with. 

Now, think of what you could add... doodles, coffee stains, textures, splatters... so much more! I've only barely touched what the Brush Tool is all about or what it can do!  I hope that you might have learned something today!  

Thanks for visiting!
Jenn (aka jk703/The Typative Scrapper)


Friday, February 18, 2011

My Big News...and a Blog Hop!!!

I am so excited to finally announce:

I am so excited to be joining the talented ladies at 9th&B! I have so many projects in the works and I just can't wait to jump in and get started. I hope you'll join me there! The forums are friendly and fun, the blog is cute and entertaining, and the shop is FULL of amazing goodies!

Many of you guessed correctly, so I used to choose winners of the Guessing Game contest. The winners are:

20 to my new shop at 9th&Bloom: HEATHER GREENWOOD
$6 to my new shop at 9th&Bloom:
Mandy, Lindsay, and Wordygirl (LeeAndra)
Congrats! Please email me at to collect your prizes.

Guess what?!? That's not all! Check this out:
I'm so glad you found your way to my blog for this special Debut Day blog hop! To celebrate our 6 brand new Designers this week at 9th&Bloom all of our goodies are 30% off and you also get to enjoy this special blog train filled with lots of fabulous freebies! Here is my special freebie for you:

I hope you will enjoy this special freebie I have created and I hope you will take a peek in my new shop as well! To stay on the blog train, please follow along to Damayanti Studio's Blog where there are more goodies waiting for you!

Here's the full list, in case you get lost:
[1st Stop- STARTING POINT] 9th&B Blog:
[2nd Stop] Designs by Helly:
[3rd Stop] MaryPop Designs
[4th Stop] Alissa Jones
[5th Stop] Agnesingap
[6th Stop] Jennifer Fox Designs
[7th Stop] Damayanti Studio
[8th Stop] FruitLoOp Sally Design
[9th Stop] Fizzy Pop Designs
[10th Stop] By Becca
[11th Stop] Secret Stash
[12th Stop] Makita Studio
[13th Stop] Red Ivy Design
[14th Stop- FINAL] Megan Fisher
Also, be sure to stop by the fabulous Christy Lyle's blog. It seems she also has some big news and may even have an amazing FREEBIE for you. Rush on over and check it out!!!!

Finally, I have 24 re-releases in my shop today. Isn't that crazy??? But, I also have this one beautiful new release, Bloom. Even better? Everything in my store is 30% off this weekend!

Phew! That's a lot for a Friday, right? I hope you enjoy these goodies, stop to take a look around 9th&Bloom, and maybe even spend a little time checking out my blog. While you're here, why don't you sign up for my newsletter and be sure to follow this blog? We always have a lot of fun here and love sharing our ideas with you!

Have a wonderful weekend!!!


Thursday, February 17, 2011

Sneak Peek Thursday and Win It Before You Can Buy!

This little beauty will release at my BRAND NEW STORE tomorrow!!! I'm so excited!!! Have you guessed where I'm going? You can win $20 to my shop just buy guessing in this blog post.
Would you like to win this kit before it ever hits the store? Simply leave a comment here about anything at all and I'll enter you into a drawing to win this kit!

Would you like an extra chance (or chances!) to win? Simply do one or more of the following and be sure to leave each entry in a separate comment for more chances.

1. Follow this blog.
2. Become a fan of Jennifer Fox Designs on Facebook.
3. Subscribe to my newsletter.
4. Follow jfoxdesigns on Twitter.
5. Post about this giveaway on your Facebook page.
6. Tweet about this giveaway on Twitter.

You can get up to 7 entries to win this fabulous kit!!! How fun! This giveaway will close at MIDNIGHT EST on tonight (Feb. 17). Be sure to check back tomorrow to see if you've won. Good luck!

While you're here, have you entered my Fabulous February Giveaway? Read all about it here and you could win something adorable from the Etsy store, Corynne's Creations!
Happy Thursday!!!


Wednesday, February 16, 2011

MCP Photo Actions

Hi everyone, Terra here to share one of my favorite places for Photography Actions with you. I have a little bit of an obsession with Actions at the moment and one of my favorite sites is MCP Actions. I am not a Photoshop expert but I just love how easy it is to transform a photo with a good action, and MCP Actions are some of the best. The site also offers additional training and tutorials and is a great reference for anyone interested in improving their photos. There are several free actions on the site if you are just starting out. The latest freebie is the Mini Fusion Photoshop action, available for Photoshop and Photoshop Elements. With just one click, you can change the colors in your photo from dull to vibrant. It is highly customizable and a lot of fun to play with. So if you love actions or are just hearing about them for the first time, make sure you visit the MCP Actions website. I hope you'll like it as much as I do.


Monday, February 14, 2011

**CLOSED** Where Am I Going??? Guessing Game Time!!!

Simply post your guess as a comment here and you could win! You MAY guess multiple times, with a 5 guess max. Can't wait to read your replies. Good luck!


Valentine's Day Meals in Minutes

Happy Valentine's Day everyone! This is Lori bringing you today's meals in minutes!!

In honor of Valentine's Day, I thought I would share one of my favorite recipes and a story about why it is one of my favorites...

On my third date with my husband, we decided that I would come over to his house, and I would cook a meal for us. When I arrived, I discovered that he totally lived the bachelor life (translation NOTHING to cook with) So we went to the store, and he bought everything I would need to make my recipe. (Pots, pans, knives, measuring cups and spoons; you get the idea) It was then that I started thinking that I could see myself with a guy like that... He was willing to do anything for us to have a nice date! So we went back to his house and I made the following recipe. He said he really liked it, but it wasn't until about a year later that I found out that he had decided that night that he HAD to marry me, because he loved my cooking! Silly story, but true!

What follows is the recipe for simply THE BEST Chicken Marsala EVER! It is super easy, ready in about a half an hour and makes you look like a rock star!

Now the recipe I have calls for you to use chicken breast halves and to pound them out thin for more even cooking. For my family (we have a 4 year old) cutting the chicken into bite sized pieces before cooking shortens the cooking time, stretches the recipe a bit to serve more if necessary and just makes the whole process easier during serving. But... if using cut up chicken offends your sensibilities, then go ahead and use the whole breasts, the rest of the recipe is the same. :-)

Here is what you will need:

  • 4 Tbsp. unsalted butter
  • 4 boneless skinless chicken breast halves, cut into bite sized pieces of uniform size for even cooking
  • 4 shallots (If you don't have shallots, you can use 1 small yellow onion and 2 cloves of garlic both minced fine), minced fine
  • 1 lb mushroom, sliced (I prefer Portabella, but use whatever mushrooms you like)
  • 4 thin slices of prosciutto, chopped small
  • 1/2 C. dry Marsala
  • 3/4 C. heavy cream (DO NOT skimp on this it MAKES the sauce so YUMMY)
  • 1.5 tsp. lemon juice
  • 1 tsp. parsley


  1. Lightly salt and pepper the chicken
  2. In large skillet, sauté chicken and prosciutto in 2 Tbsp. melted butter until lightly browned and mostly cooked through. Prosciutto should be slightly crispy.
  3. Remove from pan and set aside.
  4. Melt remaining butter in pan and add shallots and mushrooms.
  5. Cook until mushrooms are lightly browned and reduced in size.
  6. Add Marsala and bring to a boil, scraping browned bits from bottom of pan.
  7. Add cream and lemon juice and return to a low boil.
  8. Season to taste with salt and pepper.
  9. Return chicken to pan for about 3 minutes to reheat and finish cooking.
  10. Serve over buttered basil fettuccine and finish with some parsley (also good with mashed potatoes).

This serves 4-6 people


Sunday, February 13, 2011

Scissors Sunday: Heart Tin Pin Cushions

Hi everyone!  Jackie (tettletop20) here with today's edition of Scissors Sunday.  I've had this set of 3 heart tins for almost a year now and I just didn't know what to do with them.

That is, until I saw this blog post from Barbara Schram.  She shows you how to make them with traditional scrapbooking paper, however, today I am going to show you how to take one of Jennifer's kits (one of my favorite kits) - Sweetiekins - and use the papers from it to transform the tins.

First off, I opened up my photo-editing software (PSE 7) along with the papers I wanted to use and cropped them to the measurements I needed.

Then I printed them off onto cardstock and cut them out.  I adhered them to the tins with some red line tape.  Then I took some ribbon, flowers, and buttons that I had in my craft stash and adhered them with Zots.  I inserted the pretty pins I bought at the craft store and voila - aren't they pretty?  I am really in love with them!

I hope you have a wonderful day!


Saturday, February 12, 2011

Saturday School - Using Alpha Sheets

Happy Saturday digi-scrappers!  Trina here with your Saturday School post, one that might seem simple but maybe will help you create faster!  Have you noticed the trend that lots of Alphas now are coming on a full sheet instead of being individual PNG files?  I've noticed this, and seen lots of people asking what is the best way to use these files, so I thought I'd share with you my way because I find it saves a lot of time!

Open your Alpha Sheet – I’m using the alpha from Jennifer's collab with Nikki - A Boy named Trouble.

Select your marquee tool, rectangular or ellipse, whichever will be easiest with the alpha you’re using. You can use your lasso tool as well if you've got a steady hand (I don't!).

On your Alpha layer, draw a marquee around the letter you want – you may need to zoom in (Ctrl and + sign) to be able to select only that letter.  You will see marching ants appear around that letter.

Next, select your move tool

Drag the letter you have selected from the Alpha sheet onto your layout, just like you would any element.  Repeat for every letter that you need.  Resize the letters once you have all of them on your layout by holding down the Ctrl key and selecting the layers in the layers palette and dragging the corners to resize.  If you resize them all together they will remain the same height and width and you’ll avoid the funhouse look.  Add a drop shadow and place where you want them.

Tip: if a kit comes with both the sheet and individual alphas, you may consider deleting the individual characters – the files are exactly the same, and it will save some room on your hard drive!


Friday, February 11, 2011

2/11/11 Friday Freebie!!

Hey Scrappers!
I'm Lori, one of the new blog girls on Jennifer's CT! I am so excited to be posting my first message to you all!

With Valentine's Day right around the corner, I whipped up a little frame cluster freebie using Jen's super cute (not quite a mini) kit - You Mean So Much. This is a great little kit. The papers are adorable, and all the elements fit together perfectly!

Click here to download
This would be a wonderful kit to scrap all those lovey-dovey pages! Oh and did I mention, this little cutie kit is retiring on February 15th? So make sure you head over to The Digichick and scoop it up before it is gone forever!

We love to see how you use Jen's products, so make sure you come back here and link us up to your layouts so we can make sure to give you lots of love!
Until next time everyone, keep scrapping {your} everyday!

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