Throwback Thursday #17

Are you ready for another week of Throwback Thursday??? We are!! There is nothing more fun then to see all the great projects you have done and have chosen to share them here with us.

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Throwback Thursday #16

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 Denyse’s Pick:


Easy Envelope Pillows by House Honeys

   Paula’s Pick:


Creamy Bacon, Avocado, and Tomato Pasta Salad by Mamal Diane

 Alli’s Pick:


Little Napoleon Sweethearts by A Pinch of Joy

 Kelly’s Pick:


Thrifty Chandy Makeover by Meegan Makes

Karen’s Pick:

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Two Old Stools by Crafts a la Mode



Tall Shabby Chic Dresser by Victoria’s Vintage Designs

*The most viewed post this week*

8539263609_f7e1cdc791_cPostage Stamp Quilt by Simply Fresh Vintage

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♥Throwback Thursday Projects♥

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Glitter, Glue & Paint

Now are we ready to dig in our archives again??? Don’t forget to follow all the hosts of the party!!


Denyse @ Glitter, Glue & PaintFacebook |Pinterest | Twitter | Instagram | Hometalk

Paula @ Sweet PeaFacebook | Pinterest | Twitter | Instagram | Hometalk

Alli @ An Alli EventFacebook | Pinterest |Instagram

Kelly @ Copper Roof Interiors – Facebook | Pinterest | Hometalk 

Karen @ Dogs Don’t Eat PizzaFacebook | Pinterest | Twitter | Instagram | Hometalk 

 This weeks Special guest host is:

Jeanette @ Country Design Style Facebook | Pinterest | Twitter | Instagram

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Lovely comments

    • says

      Thanks, Cynthia! You can’t go wrong with pillows. It’s such a great way to decorate a room.

    • says

      Thanks, Julia! I’m so glad the weekend is almost here. I’m hoping it’s a productive one. 😉


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  2. […] Teriyaki Chicken Lettuce WrapsFor the glaze:1/2  cup soy sauce1/4  cup brown sugar1/4  cup honey1/2  cup red wine vinegar1/2  teaspoon garlic powder1/4  teaspoon onion powder1/4  teaspoon ginger2 1/2 tablespoons cornstarchFor the filling:1 pound boneless skinless chicken breast, cut into bite sized pieces1/2  teaspoon pepper2  tablespoons Sesame Oil1/2  cup onion, diced1  tablespoon garlic, minced1/2 teaspoon dried crushed red pepper flakes (optional), omit if you don’t like “heat”1/2 lime, juiced (1 1/2 tablespoons)1 red bell pepper, diced4 green onions, sliced1/2  cup dry roasted peanuts or cashews8 lettuce leavesFresh Cilantro for garnishIn a medium saucepan, mix all the glaze ingredients together, except the cornstarch, and bring to a slow boil. Take 1/3 cup of sauce and put in a small bowl. Mix with the cornstarch and whisk together. Add back into the sauce and simmer until it thickens to desired consistency, about 5 minutes. If it gets too thick, you can thin with a little water. Set aside.Season the diced chicken with pepper.  Heat a large non-stick skillet over medium high heat and add the Sesame oil. Saute the onion and garlic for a few minutes until beginning to soften. Add the chicken and continue cooking until chicken is cooked through, about 5-7 minutes. Stir in the red pepper flakes, if using, cook another minute. Pour the Teriyaki sauce into the skillet with the chicken. Add the lime juice, red bell pepper, green onions, peanuts (or cashews).  Spoon about 1/2 cup of the mixture into a lettuce leaf and garnish with fresh cilantro.Cooks Note: Don’t let the red pepper flakes scare you. Start with half the amount if you are not sure. We love the little “bite” that it gives the dish.Serving size: 2 lettuce wraps per personEnjoy!Kim and JulieLinked to the following parties:Weekend PotluckFoodie FridayChurch SupperSix Sisters’ Stuff Strut Your StuffGooseberry Patch Lightening Up in 2013Addicted to Recipes Scrumptious Sunday Link PartyGlitter, Glue & Paint Throwback Thursday […]

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