Classic Amy Joanne

Art & Home

0 thoughts on “Clubs

  1. Barbara says:

    What a precious design and gift for Mom-to-be! So many wonderful possibilities! Now you have my wheels turning! Wish I knew a Mom-to-be….

    1. Thank you! A fun project for sure 🙂

  2. This came out so cute! Any new mom would love them! 😀 Thanks for sharing, Amy! 😀

    1. Thank you! Chirpy chirp!

  3. Barbara says:

    Been doing our person Christmas cards, using my designs, since 2009. It adds a personal touch for sure. Love all your ideas!

  4. Barbara says:

    Your blogs are always so inspiring! Yes, you did a LOT in August! And with a happy heart despite the black cloud. Looking forward to your new recipes and art. Now I better get moving to do something myself!

    1. Always a happy heart and hands 🙂 thank you so much …I gain so much inspiration from you as well!

  5. Allison S. says:

    What a wonderful idea and just in time for me to create one as a housewarming gift for a friend! (P.S. Happy Birthday!🎈 I hope you have a wonderful birthday and a fantastic year ahead!)

    1. Perfect for a housewarming gift! 🙂❤️ thank u

  6. Barbara says:

    I have lists all over the place too! Can’t imagine life without them. How would I ever remember to do all that needs to be done? I LOVE grocery delivery too to save time! Started that during COVID and continuing to enjoy those benefits. As you, the list is usually the same unless a new recipe lands in my hands when something different gets added. Curbside or delivery for us! I happily pay someone to do the shopping from our list!

    1. Oh my gosh yes, grocery pick up is my fav! No more buying unnecessary items on a whim….saving money for Art! …list makers gotta stick together! Thank you for sharing!

  7. Lisa says:

    Hi Amy, this post really hit home for me. I have always loved to cook and bake. Finding ways to cut grocery store time is ALWAYS easier if I have a list made and then stick to it. It provides undue costs by not being tempted to stray from the items that I scratched down on paper, and, with the help of cutting coupons for additional savings is a must. For me, lists are essential for keeping myself organized of where I have to go and what I have to purchase. As a side note, this post reminds me of a beautifully written romance novel by the great Julie Garwood. The heroine in the story learns from Mother Superior that keeping lists is vital for getting through daily life in 1820. Not only does she make lists for the head housekeeper and other characters in the book, but she has a Master List which umbrellas all the other little lists she writes. Thanks for taking time to refresh and remind us that cooking meals using the freshest ingredients is worth the effort. And I give you kudos too for supporting local farmers whenever possible. Well written Amy, as usual.

    1. Thank you Lisa….list making really is helpful in so many ways ~ from eating better to saving money…and ‘grocery pick up’ is wonderful in keeping with what is only on the list 🙂….thank you for sharing about the book, very interesting! I just know we are kindred spirits 😊

  8. One of the reasons that I love autumn and winter so much is because it is the perfect season for baking and cooking both sweet and savory meals. I tend to go lighter in the summer, with lots of grilling, etc. While that is great, I find grilled meals don’t quite store or freeze as well as something from the stove or oven. I love having a fully stashed freezer of good food. That way, when things are busy (as they are this time of year!) I can quickly pull a healthy and satisfying meal with little prep time or fuss. Not to mention the savings of making meal after meal. 🙂 Thanks for your ‘foodie’ posts, Amy! I love reading them and they always inspire me! 🙂

    1. Thank you for sharing! I just love having good tasting, healthy meals in the freezer…..I find myself more and more enjoying my own cooking vs eating out and definately boxed meals 🙂….our season is coming!

  9. Sandy Godoy says:

    Hi I just purchased the Vintage Reindeer pattern thru PayPal, My PayPal account said payment was made to you but I am not able to print the pattern. Every time I push download it asks me to pay again..HELP!!! Thanks in advance. Sandy

    1. Hi Sandy, my apologies. I have fixed the error and will be sending your download to your email. I am so sorry, I always want to give you my best.

  10. Hi, Amy! Seeing your project come to life has been incredibly joyful! I loved cutting these pieces from your drawings and I know I would be amazed at the result and I am not disappointed. I see lots of these little guys finding homes this Christmas and holiday season under trees all over the world! Kudos to a beautiful project! <3 Thank you for allowing me to be a small part of it!

    1. Thank you Sheila ~ for being a BIG part of our project! Always fun to collaborate together….so grateful 😊

  11. Bobbie King says:

    copying this recipe for sure and share with my family it looks like a keeper!!! I have oine to I’m trying to print out now and will share.Pizza stuffed chicken breasts.. easy and yummy..I am a recipe junky, Ive been collecting them from my twenties..

    1. Another great hobby, recipe collecting! Your recipe sounds delish! Thank you!!!!

  12. Your new place looks awesome! Thanks for sharing with us, Amy! 🙂

    1. So many projects to look forward too! 🙂

  13. Susie says:

    Just perfect!!!! What a calm place to create…. I know good things will come from here!!! Waiting to see!!

    1. Can’t wait to begin! 😊 thank uuuuuu

  14. You make me want to get into the studio and pretty it up! If I only had some time….sigh….Yours is SO adorable!

    1. Thank you….gosh so much on the to do list….especially sewing! 🥰

  15. Rochelle Evanousky says:

    It looks great, Amy! 🥰

    1. Thank yo so much 🙂

  16. Phil Puckett says:

    I heard her husband Jerry is the true artist behind the scenes, and Amy is just a figure head.

    1. Hello Phil Puckett….aka younger brother, Bill. So happy to see you’re following the Blog!

  17. Donna Enoch says:

    A beautiful story and the recipe is one I will surely try. Thank you Amy and Barbara.

    1. Enjoy! Yummo!

    2. You’re welcome, Donna. Enjoy!

  18. Amy, you brought a tear(s) to my eye! So glad you are finding recipes to try–and love! Chris IS so happy you are finding these recipes he and Maryellen loved to be keepers too! He was (IS) the best and has made me the person I am because of his love and generosity. BTW Laura is my step-daughter.

    1. Thank you for sharing, you are a treasured keeper friend 😚

      1. As are you, Amy!

  19. Christine says:

    This would also be perfect for a casual evening with friends! Yummy!
    And I have a crazy collection of cookbooks, but seem to always go back to the tried and true ones lol

    1. Absolutely and enjoy! Quick and easy 🙂….I hear ya, many dog eared stained pages here too!

  20. These look just wonderful! 🙂 I am definitely going to try to make them. I love food on the go that you can make up ahead of time. It is just the thing for those of us who have busy days. I like one ‘big cooking day’ a week (ideally) and being able to pull on things the rest of the week that was made on that day. Thanks to you and Barbara for sharing this with us. I love your blogs! So many ways to create!

    1. Thank you Sheila! My Mom most weeks will cook one day to have eats for the week! Love it! Sooooo many ways to create, yes!

  21. Jeannine Miller says:

    I can not wait to try this recipe !!! You know how much I treasure cookbooks like this one. I will be looking for this one for sure. Thanks for sharing.

    1. Enjoy! ….another fun cookbook!

  22. Susie Dowling says:

    We had this last week and it was awesome…’s sure to be a favorite staple here. Thanks for sharing the recipe Amy!!! ❤️

    1. so happy you enjoyed!

  23. These are so much fun! 🙂 All of my favorite “Amy characters”! I can’t wait to play with mine! <3

    1. Can’t wait to see your stamped ideas! Thank you so much for helping create these fun stamps!

  24. Pingback: the bunny patch
  25. Pingback: Delicious Spells
  26. Pingback: Custom Chalkboards
%d bloggers like this: