Wednesday, June 23, 2010

It's not just for breakfast

This is one of my most favorite meals.

Special K with blueberries and walnuts. I have it nearly every night for dinner. All those cereal boxes Susana brought to me yesterday have been covered in gift wrap and stored away. Next time a gift giving occasion arises, I can just pull one out, embellish and fill it up. The perfect little gift tote once a handle is added.

Some of the cereal boxes are cut up and turned into tags ...

which are then decorated with bits and pieces of scrap paper or whatever I have at hand.

I'm still working on the dining table clean up. I kinda sorta started packing. It's all a work in progress. Maybe I should go have a bowl of cereal.

It's great with dried cranberries too.

Here's to a healthy, happy, productive day. Peace & blessings, Tammy


Anonymous said...

I love that you have cereal for dinner. Too hot to cook then and too much food to sleep on. Personally, I'd love to have a big lunch and skip the dinner part. Loved that when we were in Europe.
Great idea to make tags from the cereal boxes!
Get packing girl! It's not that far away!

Lori Ann C. said...

You are so resourceful! YAY you!!
Love cereal anytime too . . . but i like mine by the handful or over yogurt!
I love all your photos . . . makes me want to travel!

Thanks for visiting my blog!
Lori Ann

Susan said...

Way to create! That is my kind of food! have a great day. Susan

Anonymous said...

I used cereal boxes for my journal covers to add thickness and strength....

using them for tags in now newest on my list, thanks to you and your inspirational corner of the world!

you are so thrify, handydandy...and I love that!

and you know what's funny?
we both shared our cereal bowls today!


great know what they say!

ciao bella
creative carmelina

Anonymous said...

oh and using them as gift boxes with a goodness that is so eco green savey and chic and brilliant, and ...

well you know the rest..'s going on my list too!

ciao again!

hope you enjoyed your cereal!


Anonymous said...

and say what? scientists should NOT touch would be dangerous to their health!


you seriously make me smile every time you comment!

ciao bella Tammy!


Susan said...

Good luck packing and have a fabulous trip, Tammy. How cool you wrapped all those boxes and made tags. You little crafty critter. Good for you! Susan

bunny said...

Loving the go girl!


Lisa West said...

What a charming blog. You touch on crafts, recycling and cooking!! I can't wait to try the simple zucchini recipe. And my girls and I will definately be recycling our cereal boxes now. I just love sharing ideas. Thanks for your wonderful comment and I will certainly stay in touch. Lisa

Sandi said...

Aren't u a clever girl Tammy! Using cereal boxes for crafts! That is definitely a good thing!!
I am not a cereal person...well actually not a MILK person so I don't eat cereal either, but I do love it.
Rainy and stormy here today...I hope you
have a beautiful day!

Diane said...

You're an inspiration with recycling, Tammy.

Cereal for supper- now that's my kind of thinking!Hugs, Diane

Neen said...

Hi Tammy, I am so glad you dropped by my blog because now I got to visit you and I am delighted to find your wonderful corner of the web :) Love the music, how do you do that? also LOVED your post on visiting your friend :)

Manuela@TPOH said...

I like granola with yogurt and fruit for dinner in the summer. I love that repurpose those cereal boxes! The tags are really cute!


glor said...

What a way to use cereal boxes, you are so creative. Love the cereal for dinner ... this is something I am going to adopt especially with the hot summer.

Rustique Gal said...

That sounds good. Trader Joe's has a maple pecan cereal that is to die for. Of course for supper!
Get packing, and have a great trip!

Brenda@Cozy Little House said...

This made me laugh. Because I not only had Kashi cereal with blueberries and strawberries for breakfast (as always), I also ended up having the same for lunch! You sure can invent a lot of ways to use things. I do admire that!

koralee said...

I so so love cereal...I could eat it all day long.xoxoxo

Anonymous said...

Looks like a good day to me. Cereal, and a bit more crafty stuff to get you ready for the next time you feel like making someone's day special. Good for you. The boxes turned out nicely. You really are wonderfully resourceful. You make it all look so nice.
I am glad the packing has started. Sunday is coming quickly... YEA!! Did you ever get in touch with Winnie? I think someone told me that they talked with her and she was asking about when you were coming. Melissa maybe??

Keep working on the table!!

Anonymous said...

cereal and crafting go hand in hand! Loved seeing how you recycle your boxes (clever clever girl)! Thank you for your paint opinions on my blog...we hope to select one soon if Michigan's humidity cooperates! Happy Thursday to you! :)


I am dieting and that looks like a very yummy treat right now. I love your tags and all. You really jump in with both feet when you start something. I used to do that... but now one foot always wanders off. ha! I have looked at your other posts , but I am just commenting here for now. I haven't been on the blog lately , Just having too much fun and stuff this summer. the past 2 nights I went to two different music concerts in parks, taking it easy tonight. counting the days!

Draffin Bears said...

Hi Tammy,

I too love cereal and have lately been making my own museli, which is so good.
You are so clever making all those cute totes and tags and so good that you are recycling the empty boxes.

Have a happy weekend

vicki said...

you are simply amazing with those cereal boxes! Who would know that you dould do so much with those! You make beautiful creations dear Tammy! You better start packing though!


Vicki said...

Hi, Tammy,
You get an A+ in recycling, dear friend. The cereal boxes covered in paper and tags you created, all wonderful ideas. I, too, love nuts and fruit in my cereals. Enjoy your weekend. Sending lots of love and hugs your way~ Vicki

June said...

Hey T, you and my hubs must be twins! He has this every day the same way! Aren't you great to use the cereal boxes this way. OK you have inspired me again!

Anonymous said...

Morning Tammy! (well morning here at least?)lol I missed so many of your posts I went back and fell in love with your coffee can idea!! ADORABLE!! I think a simple vase of simple flowers says everything it needs to - Simple is BEST!lol Your gifts to and from friends are so very pretty and how sweet your former co-worker remembers your birthday! I can't keep up with my cross stitch but look forward to seeing yours completed!lol I forgot to save my last batch of cereal boxes so I think I better get eating so I can buy more!lol Now, I didn't see a post about where you are packing to go??? Where ever it is I hope you have a safe and fantastic trip!!! Would hubby really throw everything out??lol lol Take care dear - Sincerely, Jeannette

Anonymous said...

I love cereal & your cute, resourceful crafts, Tammy! I am joining a new blog party that starts on July 1. It's here:

It would be fun if you'd join in and share your ceral box crafts there!

Hope your day is filled with beauty & love,

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