Friday, December 20, 2013

4 J Boutique

We are so excited today
to giveaway a beautiful 
skirt from our friend at

Staci is a stay at home
mommy to 4 beautiful little girls.
She enjoys making fun clothing,
hair pretties and so much more.
Please visit her page to see all of her 
wonderful creations.

This is a sample of what she makes.

Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Sweet Pea Boutique

We are so excited to share with you our 
giveaway today from our friend at

She is a stay at home mom who loves
to crochet, knit and sew.

Here are a few of our favorite items from

Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Twisty Links Giveaway

Today we are giving way 
this beautiful pair of earrings from
our friends at

Jens Pind Chainmaille earrings
Earrings are approx. 1.5 inches long.  
They are handmade from aluminum jump rings and 
finished with a silver plated bead and 
stainless steel ear wire hooks.

Please visit her page and tell her your favorite
piece of jewelry.

Here are a couple of our favorites.

The winner will be announced tomorrow. 

Good Luck!

The lucky winner is-
Darlene Morales Borden

Please contact Twisty Links to receive your prize.

Thursday, December 5, 2013

5th Day of Christmas

On the 5th 
Day of Christmas
is giving away a
Minnie Mouse Princess Baby

Wednesday, December 4, 2013

4th Day of Christmas

On the 4th Day of Christmas
Is giving away to one lucky kiddo
their very own

Tuesday, December 3, 2013

3rd Day of Christmas

On the 3rd Day of Christmas
gave to me an
Aurora/Sleeping Beauty
Minnie Mouse Head T-Shirt

Monday, December 2, 2013

2nd Day of Christmas

On the 2nd Day of
Is giving one lucky Princess her very own
Tinkerbell dress.

Kellie Pizza 
You are the lucky winner of a 
Tinkerbell Dress
Please contact us.

Sunday, December 1, 2013

25 Days of Christmas

On the 1st day of Christmas
Chameleon Girls gives to you
Everyday Princess Dress 
of your choice.

Chameleon Girls is part of their
Register for your chance to win a dress
for you Princess.

Our lucky winner is
Bonne Mclendon
Please contact us with what dress you would like for your Princess.

Thursday, September 12, 2013

Minnie & Mickey Mouse Headband Tutorial

 Today we are sharing how you can make
your very own Mickey or Minnie Mouse ears.

This is a very easy craft to make 
your Prince or Princess their
own "Mouse" ears.

What will you need for this project?

  • Black Felt (We used glitter felt for Minnie Mouse ears, because every Princess needs glitter in her life.)
  • White Chalk (if you are not using glitter felt)
  • Foam Sheet
  • Hot Glue & Gun
  • Headband (we found black, but you could us any color.  Spray paint or cover with black felt)
  • Ruler
  • Pen
  • 1st Cup (the size you would like your ears.  We used a 3 3/4" cup.)
  • 2nd Cup (1/2" smaller than 1st cup.)
  • Ribbon 1 1/2" and 1/8" (Red & White Polka Dot)
  • Scissors

First step is to make your ears.  You will trace around your cup on felt.
Next measure a 1 1/2" rectangle at the end of your first circle.
Now trace around your cup a second time on the other side of the rectangle.
You will have something that looks like this.

Now cut out.  
You will have black dumbbells.

Trace around second cup on foam sheet and cut out 2 circles.

Glue foam circles to "dumbbells" center.

Now place glue around smaller circle to close circles. 
Leave the rectangle without glue.
Slide closed circles onto headband and glue into place.

You now have a MICKEY MOUSE ears.

But WAIT!!!  
We want MINNIE MOUSE, so let's make her a bow.
It's simple...

Take 10" of your large ribbon and place together.
Gather ribbon in the center like an accordion.
Wrap smaller ribbon (1 1/2" around center and 
place a dot of glue to secure the ribbon in place.

Place bow in center of ears and secure with glue. 

You now have MICKEY and MINNIE MOUSE ears.

Don't forget to visit our shop to see all of our
Disney inspired Everyday Princess dresses
Chameleon Girls and let us know who is you
favorite on our

"Laughter is Timeless,
Imagination has NO Age,
and Dreams are Forever!
~Walt Disney 

Wednesday, June 26, 2013

baby boy

This has been in the make for awhile, 
but we are proud to introduce...

Friday, June 7, 2013

Rice Fish Cakes

Today we are cooking a
"fancy", easy and inexpensive recipe
that you should have all of 
the ingredients in your pantry.

Rice Fish cakes

Are you are looking for a new
way to cook Tilapia?

To make it even easier we are cooking with
the ORIGINAL no mess, no measure boil-in-bag
rice that cooks perfectly every time and is ready in 
less than 10 minutes.  
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Success® Rice.

Rice Fish Cakes

2 cups Success Rice (1 bag)
 1 quart chicken broth or water 
1 lb Fish (flaked)
1 small onion (minced)
2 tbs. butter
1 t. Worcestershire sauce
1/2 lemon (juiced)
2 eggs (lightly beaten) 
2 tbs. cajun seasoning
1/2 cup- Plus more for dusting Panko, 
breadcrumbs or crushed crackers
1/2 cup oil

Cook Success Rice in chicken broth or water.

Heat butter over medium heat and cook
onions until soft.

In a large bowl mix all ingredients
except extra Panko and oil.

Refrigerate 5 minutes.

Shape into patties and cover with Panko.

Heat oil in a large skillet over medium heat.
Place cakes in pan (small batches) and fry 
until browned, about 4-5 minutes each side.
Serve warm.

**Cakes can be stored in freezer for 1 month before cooking.**

We like to serve our Rice-Fish Cakes with a
nice lite salad, or with an egg on top.

What will you serve your cakes with?
Roasted Potatoes, Corn or 
as a Fancy Appetizer?

The cakes are nice and flaky and you
can see the fluffy rice.

Our friends at Success Rice would like you 
to have a coupon for $.50 off your next box
so you can add this staple to your pantry.

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you can make any day of the week?
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for more recipes and lifestyle tips to 
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Did you know there are 4 varieties available-
Success Whole Grain Brown Rice
Success White Rice
Thai Jasmine Rice
Basmati Rice

Here is our little tip for cooking with
Success Rice.
Cook in Chicken Stock for a quick easy side dish.

For an extra special treat for you here is
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Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Cast Iron Crawfish Cornbread

Cast Iron Crawfish Cornbread

2 eggs
1/3 cup oil
1 can cream-style corn
1 cup grated cheddar cheese
1 box Jiffy Cornbread mix
1 lb crawfish, drained
1 sm onion, chopped
1 sm bell pepper, chopped
1 stick butter + 1/4 stick
(optional to taste)
jalapeno pepper
liquid crab boil
1 teaspoon Cajun seasoning

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
Place skillet with 1/4 stick butter into oven
to melt butter.
Saute onion and bell pepper in stick of butter.
Beat together eggs and oil.
Add corn, cheese and cornbread mix to eggs and mix.
Add seasoning of choice (we like the Cajun seasoning)
Stir in crawfish.
Pour into preheated buttery cast iron skillet and bake
until brown 45 - 60 minutes.
Or bake in a 9x13 pan sprayed with non-stick spray.

Look at the big bites of crawfish.

**Hey Y'all!**
We are so excited that our
Cast Iron Crawfish Cornbread 
is being shared, 
but we saw a few of you had questions
and comments.
Here are our answers.

When do you put in crab boil n how much?
We do not use the crab boil instead we use
Cajun seasoning to taste.
Remember if you are using boiled crawfish
the crab boil could be over powering.

Add a can of cream of mushroom and it makes it a bit more moist
You could add cream of mushroom soup,
but this dish is very moist and 
could become soggy if too much liquid is used.

How to Season A Cast Iron Skillet

“Somewhere lives a bad Cajun cook, just as somewhere must live one last ivory-billed woodpecker. For me, I don't expect ever to encounter either one.”
William Least Heat Moon
(William Trogdon)
‘Blue Highways’

Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Disney Challenge- Day 9

Favorite Classic Disney Movie

Mary Poppins
is our favorite Disney Classic.

The movie is 
"Practically Perfect"
like Mary herself.

It has songs that we all know by heart

Chim Chim Cheree

Tiding up becomes a "Snap"

A Spoonfull of Sugar

And when you are in a pickle and 
don't know what to say she teaches
you a special word that makes everything

So with all of this said we think
Mary Poppins is


What is your favorite 
Disney Classic Movie?

Monday, April 8, 2013

Disney Challenge Day 8 Kiss

Favorite Disney Kiss

It seems like every Disney movie
has a kiss...

You have songs about kissing.
The Little Mermaid- Kiss the Girl

Puppy Kisses

There are even tips on how to kiss.

But, our all time favorite kiss is
Snow White 

Who does not like to wake to a kiss
from your prince?

What is your favorite Disney Kiss?

Disney Challenge Day 7 Song

Favorite Disney Song?

Our favorite Disney song is...
Disney has some of the most magical
music in their movies that it was hard to choose
just one song.

Here are some of our Favorites...

Mary Poppins-"Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious"

Enchanted- That's how you Know

Tangled- When Will My Life Begin 

What is your favorite Disney Song?

Disney Challenge Day 6 Villain

Favorite Disney Villain

Our favorite Disney Villain is
Dr. Heinz Doofenshmirtz
from Phineas and Ferb
His arch-nemesis is 
secret "Agent P".
Known to the Flynn-Fletcher family as
Perry the Platypus.

Friday, April 5, 2013

Disney Challenge Day 5 Sidekick

Favorite Disney Sidekick 
is our favorite Sidekick
Ray for short.

Ray is the big hearted Cajun lighting-bug 
from one of our favorite Disney Movies
The Princess and the Frog

Who is your favorite Disney Sidekick?

Thursday, April 4, 2013

Disney Challenge Day 4 Animal

Favorite Disney Animal

Our favorite Disney Animal is
Pascal from Tangled.
We got our name
from him.

We thought long and hard about what
we would call ourselves 
and after seeing Tangled
Katie said why don't we call ourselves
Chameleons change their color
just like we change our crafts.

So here we are a few years later and not only
do we have a blog but a fun little dress shop
where we feature Disney inspired Princess dresses.

Who is your favorite Disney Animal?

Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Disney Challenge Day 3

Favorite Hero

Hercules is our favorite Hero.

Long ago, in the far away land of ancient Greece
there was a golden age of powerful gods extraordinary heroes
and greatest and strongest of all these Heroes was the mighty Hercules.
But what is the measure of a true hero? Now, that is what our story ...

Will you listen to him?
He's making the story sound like some Greek tragedy.
Lighten up, dude.
We'll take it from here, darling.

You go, girls ...

We are the muses.
Goddesses of the arts
and proclaimers of heroes.
Heroes like Hercules.
Honey, you mean Hunkules!
I'd like to make some sweet music of it
Our story actually begins long before Hercules
Many Aeons ago ...

Who is your favorite Hero?

Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Disney Challenge 2

Favorite Princess

Our favorite Princess is
How could she not be?
She has a Chameleon as a friend.
She likes to do different crafts and read.

Here is a link on how to make your very own

Who is your favorite Princess?

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