It just happens that this card can also be used for this week's Heart to Heart Challenge http://heart2heartchallenges.blogspot.com/. The challenge was to use at least three stamped images to create a scene. These little owls, the saying and the button flower made the perfect baby card.
A mom in my MOPS group just had a baby, so am able to use one of these card immediately. Tomorrow everyone in our group is to bring some type of frozen meal/treat to deliver a care package to her. Hopefully it will make the first few weeks a little bit easier. I made a chicken tetrazinni casserole (see recipe below) that can easily be frozen and heated at anytime. I also got a little something for the baby and his siblings to make my gift complete.
I think the bow and cute card make this boring casserole seem a little more special.
Tip of the Day: When bringing dinner to a friend and/or neighbor, make sure to put your meal in a disposable dish, so the person receiving the gift does not need to worry about returning your dish.
(A family recipe that I grew up with. Don't know where my mom got it, but it is so easy to prepare and tastes great...I don't think it is low fat though.)
4 chicken breast boiled and cubed into pieces
1 can cream of mushroom soup
1 large can of evaporated milk
1 cup chicken broth
2 T. cooking sherry
Dash of pepper
Dash of nutmeg
Dash of garlic powder
1 small can of mushrooms
1/2 pound of grated cheedar cheese
1 pount of spaghetti noodles
Stew chicken, save 1 cup of chicken broth, remove chicken and then cook spaghetti in remaining liquid. Make sauce by combining all the ingredients except, chicken, noodles and parmesean cheese.
Layer spaghetti, chicken cubes and sauce. Sprinkle with parmesean cheese.
Cover and cook in a 350 degree oven for 30 minutes. Remove cover and cook for another 30 minutes.
Casserole can be frozen before cooking. Defrost throughly before cooking.