Thursday, July 24, 2014

Rope Basket Class

There is still time to sign up!


Wednesday July 30, 6:00 PM

Learn how to make a rope basket with Hiromi. All supplies included.  Class size is limited so please pre-register

by calling Linda at 574-849-0275
$25.00/$20 CC Members 



Tuesday, July 8, 2014

Class Time!

JULY CLASS SCHEDULE 


Wed, July 16th  6:00 PM

Join us for another fun evening using Washi Tape.  This time we'll be using photo frames.  Bring a photo to frame and we'll provide the rest. If you prefer, you can make a jewelry holder instead of a photo frame.
Cost:  $20, $15 craft club members
Pre-register by calling Linda at 574-849-0275



Wednesday July 30, 6:00 PM

Learn how to make a rope basket with Hiromi. All supplies included.  Class size is limited so please pre-register

by calling Linda at 574-849-0275
$25.00/$20 CC Members 

Friday, July 4, 2014

The News is Out!

If you aren't on our junk mail list you can get the latest on our Face Book page.  It links right to mail chimp and you can also sign up for the news on the link!
  HAPPY INDEPENDANCE DAY!

Sunday, June 29, 2014

All American...

DTSB (Downtown South Bend) is celebrating All American... So we choose Designer Ralph Lauren. Of course he won't be there and neither will his merchandise but in true junk E fashion we will do some knock off's of his signature styles, and oh what fun we are having putting this one together!

This First Friday is the 4th of July and we will be celebrating at home.  THE STORE WILL BE CLOSED FRIDAY ONLY.  The rest of the week will be our regular store hours.  Since we won't be open we decided to throw our very own Hill and Colfax Second Friday on July 11th.  Stay tuned for all the fun details!

Have a safe and happy Independence Day!

Sunday, June 22, 2014

A Sunday Treat

When we lived on the Big Island we visited Oahu where our friends Kamtaun and Cheu lived.  They took us to China town because we love to try new foods.  I kept seeing the drink dispensers full of a bright orange milky drink, and a creamy coffee one.  Cheu told me that it was Vietnamese coffee and tea.  They are very sweet but soooo delish on a hot day!   I bought the tea and would make it often.

I recently made Vietnamese popsicles and they took me back to life on the island!  Trust me these are for Adults only unless you want to have very hyper children!

I buy this expresso from Marci's Italian Deli and made 2 cups.  Then added sweetened condensed milk until it's carmel colored.  (it didn't take very much).  Then poured it into my molds.  It made more then 6 so I poured it into ice cube trays.  On a hot day I'll use the ice cubes in a glass of Almond milk,  or for a banana, coffee smoothie.
The coffee tastes surprisingly close to the expensive Starbucks small bottles you can buy in the grocery store.  So you might want to bottle some too!