More ideas from Bonny
Once you try this dip for Doritos, you will never eat plain Doritos again! 8 oz cream cheese, softened, 8 oz sour cream, 1 small can (4 oz) chopped green chiles, 1/3 cup Bacon Bits, 1/4 tsp garlic powder (although I use 1/2 tsp…I like garlic!). Combine and chill for at least 3 hours.

8 oz cream cheese, softened 8 oz sour cream 1 small can oz) chopped green chiles cup Bacon Bits tsp garlic powder Mix & chill 3 hours. Top with additional bacon bits before serving. Serve with crackers, chips or raw veggies. (Doritos are best!

Easy Molasses Ginger Cookies

Easy Molasses Ginger Cookies

Best Ever Homemade Flour Tortillas - thecafesucrefarine.com

Best Ever Homemade Flour Tortillas - thecafesucrefarine.com

Magic homemade shower cleaner shines, cleans, and disinfects tubs, tile, and glass shower doors with practically no scrubbing to get rid of soap scum, hard water stains, dirt, grease, grime, mold & mildew. Just 3 ingredients (Dawn, vinegar, and essential oils) makes shower clean, shiny, and sparkly! {essential oil cleaner, essential oil shower cleaner, essential oil shpwer spray} #essentialoilrecipes #DIYcleaning #essentialoilcleaning #DIYessentialoil

Magic homemade shower cleaner shines, cleans, and disinfects tubs, tile, and glass shower doors with practically no scrubbing to get rid of soap scum, hard water stains, dirt, grease, grime, mold & mildew. Just 3 ingredients (Dawn, vinegar, and essential oils) makes shower clean, shiny, and sparkly! {essential oil cleaner, essential oil shower cleaner, essential oil shpwer spray} #essentialoilrecipes #DIYcleaning #essentialoilcleaning #DIYessentialoil

Heather Thomas talks about the importance of documenting your work, and she shows you a few different examples of her own work that she has “signed” by sewing her name directly into the quilt. You can make your name stand out by sewing it in high-contrast thread against a low-contrast background or make it subtler by using a more medium-contrast thread against a low-contrast background.

Heather Thomas talks about the importance of documenting your work, and she shows you a few different examples of her own work that she has “signed” by sewing her name directly into the quilt. You can make your name stand out by sewing it in high-contrast thread against a low-contrast background or make it subtler by using a more medium-contrast thread against a low-contrast background.