We are big-time pizza lovers in my family. When we order pizza from our favorite take-out joint, it’s typically cheese for the kids, and some form of pepperoni (or sausage), peppers, and onions for the hubs and I. But when I make pizza at home, I tend to think outside the box. Take for example THIS recipe! But one of our favorite pizzas contains prosciutto, pesto, sun-dried tomatoes, kalamata olives, and mozzarella all on a nice thin, yet chewy crust. You guys, this pizza is seriously a party in your mouth. If you love pesto, this prosciutto pesto pizza is one you need to try!
proscuitto and pesto pizza 1Something about the saltiness from the prosciutto and olives and the sweetness from the sundried tomatoes and pesto make this the perfect flavor combination. Add in some gooey mozzarella and your favorite pizza dough, and you’re seriously in business with this one. Best of all? This prosciutto pesto pizza only takes about 20 minutes to make from start to finish!

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With it being Good Friday and all, I thought I would post a final update on my Bible Journaling Experiment. I must confess that I have not consistently added a journal entry to my Bible every single day of Lent, but the days that I did, I was definitely blessed by the time I spent doing it. I know a bunch of you have been journaling right along with me, so I wanted to kind of close out the Lenten season of journaling with a final post. Here is a peek at some of my most recent entries…if you missed the other posts about how I began “destroying my Bible”, you can find them HERE or HERE.

**This post contains Amazon Affiliate links for the products I used to journal in my Bible. That means that if you happen to make a purchase on Amazon through my site, I will receive a small commission at no additional cost to you.

Bible Journaling 1

For this entry, I played with a new method. I used my Prismacolor pencils and then used a product called Gamsol (mineral spirits) to smear the colored pencil with a smudge stick. The result looks like water colors without the bleeding and crinkling paper. And once it dries, it’s smudge-proof. Awesome stuff.

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A much-needed reminder, no? (Says the mom who spent more time grumping than smiling this week…)

Bible Journaling 5

I love this passage of scripture, and love it that my KIDS love this passage too.

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Bible Journaling 2

“being rooted and grounded in love…” The gardener in me loves this verse.

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And these words, my friends, are TRUTH. I hope this verse encourages you as much as it does me. Happy Easter to you all! If you have been journaling in your Bible and you feel compelled to share some pictures of what you’ve done, please feel free to post them on the Homespun Sprout Facebook Page. You never know who may need the encouragement you provide… and as always, thank you for being here :)

 

 

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You did it! You pushed me over the 2000 “likes” hump on good ‘ol Facebook! Thank you, thank you, thank you! To show my gratitude, I want to offer a set of my handmade, vintage fork garden markers to a lucky Homespun Sprout reader. Will the winner be YOU?

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To enter, simply visit the Rafflecopter link at the bottom of the page, and follow the prompts. The winner will be chosen Thursday April 9th at midnight!

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And if you’re not chosen as the winner but you’d still like a set of these garden markers, you can make them yourself with the help of this tutorial, or you can order them through my Etsy shop. Thanks again for being a part of the Homespun Sprout community. Good luck!
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