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    pflum1 and notsewgood

    To order the 1 1/2" template you just need to send me your postal address so I can send you the template. It is hard acrylic plastic so it needs to be sent thru the snail mail.

    Quintingma I would love to get scraps we'll talk and I can find something in exchange I'm sure!

    GailG Thanks I'm glad my stuff has goneover so well. I like to share what I have discovered!

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    I am new to this site, but I am loving reading these posts. Is it too late to get onto the list for the template? I have receintly (in the last year) gotten into minitures and I love them. Thanks

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    I am new to this site alway and was wondering if I could possibly receive a template also.

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    how would you like a receipt for a banana bread ,it 's from my husband's grandmother collection. She would be about 110 today if she was still with us. My way to say Thank you

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    Thanks so much Rhonda :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by pflum1
    How do I get a free template?
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    How do I sent my address too you in order to get the template? Do I need to sent postage?

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    OK I got my template, it's so cute! Thanks so much! Now can anybody give me an idea to use it?

    thanks!

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    Yomousey have you seen the Quilted Paradise Newsletter? I am contributing to the newsletter with articles that use my methods.
    You can see more of my methods and projects on my site www.bitsnpiecesworkshop.com it's free.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pflum1
    Quote Originally Posted by pflum1
    How do I get a free template?
    [email protected]
    How do I sent my address too you in order to get the template? Do I need to sent postage?

    Anyone who wants a free tempate can email me at [email protected] or send me a personal message here on the board. thanks for asking!

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    Quote Originally Posted by joann hussey
    how would you like a receipt for a banana bread ,it 's from my husband's grandmother collection. She would be about 110 today if she was still with us. My way to say Thank you
    I would love a receipt for banana bread I make a banana cake that is really good!!! but I have never had a good bread recipe. I always think I willl look one up but never do I just make more cake instead!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwhite
    I am new to this site, but I am loving reading these posts. Is it too late to get onto the list for the template? I have receintly (in the last year) gotten into minitures and I love them. Thanks
    No it isn't too late! I will send them out as long as anyone wants one.

    Thanks Rhonda

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    Rhonda, I have an EASY banana bread recipe. 1 box of butter pecan cake mix (i use Betty Crocker), 3 eggs, 3-5 ripe bananas (the more the merrier!) and don't forget some walnuts. Mix all ingredients together. If mix seems dry add a splash of water. I usually put into a cupcake tin. Easier for hubby to take to work to share. But I have put in load pans and bundt pans. Just follow temp and time on back of cake mix box.
    Yummy!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by crkathleen
    Rhonda, I have an EASY banana bread recipe. 1 box of butter pecan cake mix (i use Betty Crocker), 3 eggs, 3-5 ripe bananas (the more the merrier!) and don't forget some walnuts. Mix all ingredients together. If mix seems dry add a splash of water. I usually put into a cupcake tin. Easier for hubby to take to work to share. But I have put in load pans and bundt pans. Just follow temp and time on back of cake mix box.
    Yummy!!
    I'll have to try it! Thanks! Let you know how it comes out. I just bought some bananas today but they are green. When they ripen i will have to try it!

    I like to make banana cake and frost it with cream cheese frosting it is really good!!

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    The only banana cake I ever had was from Little Debbie.
    :lol:

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    Quote Originally Posted by crkathleen
    The only banana cake I ever had was from Little Debbie.
    :lol:
    Have you ever had a spice cake? It is something like a spice cake. It is a moist cake and with the cream cheese it is really something!

    I'm a chocaholic but this banana cake comes close for me to being a favorite!

    It's not any harder than making cookies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crkathleen
    Rhonda, I have an EASY banana bread recipe. 1 box of butter pecan cake mix (i use Betty Crocker), 3 eggs, 3-5 ripe bananas (the more the merrier!) and don't forget some walnuts. Mix all ingredients together. If mix seems dry add a splash of water. I usually put into a cupcake tin. Easier for hubby to take to work to share. But I have put in load pans and bundt pans. Just follow temp and time on back of cake mix box.
    Yummy!!
    This recipe sounds like something I'd like to try. Long time ago I used a "from scratch" recipe for banana bread, but now I like the "altered" mixes. :D My only question is that you add no oil?

    And Rhonda -- I'm a choco too. Try drizzling chocolate over the banana cake or bread. Just melt some chocolate frosting in the microwave until it'll drizzle.

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    I'll have to try that. My husband is handicapped and had "forgotten" he was cooking and caught the stove on fire a couple of times( in the past) when he got distracted so I buy a lot of easy stuff for him to put in the microwave.

    I came across these Betty Crocker Warm Delights and they are good!
    They are very rich in Chocolate - fudgy and warm They work for my cravings! and as I am diabetic I can make one and try!!! to just eat half at a time so not too many carbs at one go but they aren't too bad

    My 8 yr old autistic grandson wanted chocolate cake the other day and I had him make one of these and he was quite satisfied!

    Oh the real thing is bigger and better but these are quite good!

    I've always cooked from scratch and my daughter does too.

    I make a Sally Lunn bread that my family fight over. And my mom abkes french bread alot. Especially when it is cold but she does it all year round.

    Makes great toast!!

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    One thing good about the small cakes in the microwave -- you won't have much leftover to eat later on. That's my weakness.

    Sally Lunn bread. I hadn't thought of that in years and years. We made those all the time when I was a college student...YUM.

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    I would love a template! email [email protected]

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    I will get it to you this weekend. Email address?

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    Quote Originally Posted by joann hussey
    I will get it to you this weekend. Email address?
    [email protected]

    my business name is Patchwork by Rhonda
    so I just shortened it for my email. :D

    Look forward to the recipe! Thanks

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    my e mail address is [email protected] Thank you for the response and for the templates, too.

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    I would love a template! email [email protected]

    Thank you so much

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    gmolina and guehlein

    Send me a postal address by email [email protected]
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    You can see my directions and projects on my free site
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    Thanks a bunch!


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    Rhonda,

    I have never tried miniatures before but with the instructions you have given us I was able to make one of the bookmarks in no time at all. I took a picture and will post it. Since you said pay it forward. I gave the bookmark to our guild president for all she does for everyone of us. I am also making one for two other special ladies in my guild who are going to the Paducah Quilt show. They were talking about how nice one would be to put on all their quilt show pins.

    Thanks,
    Angie

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