Thursday, 11 December 2014


I was able to visit my family in Utah in November!  Of course it was awesome, but I forgot about my crafting resolution until we were just about to leave.  So, I quickly grabbed a couple cards, some paper, and some stickers, and away we went.  I needed to make 2 cards while we were there, with very limited supplies.  Here's what I came up with:

 It's amazing what you can put together with stickers, paper, glue and scissors.  No fancy stuff needed!

  My nephew is a Minion addict!  So, I knew that I needed to make a Minion card for him.  I think this Minion's name is Bob, or is it Dave?  I have no idea, but my nephew sure did! 
(All shapes completely cut by hand.)

Now, on to December cards!  I only have one birthday card to make in December, so I am pretty much done!  


Oh boy, I am so behind.  I am finally getting around to posting October's cards.  Christmas card season is in full swing, so I have been pretty busy lately!

In October I only had a couple of cards to make.  I can't believe that I am almost done with my crafting resolution.  I think I am going to continue making as many cards as I can, but I'll only post the awesome ones.  Hopefully lots of them are awesome...

I would love to see some of the wonderfully creative cards that you have made!  Send me a picture and I'll make sure I post it for others to see too!

 Sometime my creative juices aren't exactly flowing, so I just have to use some fun stickers I have on hand.  I think it still turned out cute!

I don't have a fancy cutting machine, so I had to trace this unicorn and cut it out by hand.  It just proves that you don't need fancy equipment to get the job done!

Oh, and here is the inside of the card.  My daughter really wanted to make a card like mommy, so I had her decorate a piece of card stock, and I put it inside.  This card was for one of her favorite cousins, so it worked out great!

Only 2 months left!  Woah!  Where did the year go?!  

Tuesday, 21 October 2014


Another slow birthday month in our family.  Just one, sad lonely card.

Sometimes all you need is a simple girly card.

I can't believe that there are only three months left until I complete my New Years Resolution.  Where has the year gone!?

Friday, 17 October 2014

Halloween Printables

Happy Halloween!!

This has got to be one of my favorite times of the year.  Probably because it finally dips below 85 degrees here in Arizona.  That, and my kids get free candy (which I get to eat too!)

I wanted to celebrate by giving away these Halloween printables.  You can print one, print two, or print all of them if you want!  It is my Halloween gift to you!  No tricks here!  Just treats!

Find both the 4x6 and 5x7 size files here.
(Just click on the link and it will take you to Google Drive.  Select the file for the size you want, and download each design.  If you need help, just send me a message and I'd be happy to help!)

Happy Halloween!!!!!!!

Thursday, 2 October 2014

Getting baby poop out of clothes

Today I am going to talk about poop.  It's not a subject that most people want to discuss (or even think about), but when you have both a baby and a potty training daughter, stinky poo-poo is mentioned many times a day.  Some days I feel like I'm up to my eyeballs in the stuff.  Yummy...

Inevitability there is always a onesie to be washed, or soaked, or scrubbed, or burned...  Sometimes, no matter what witchcraft I would use to remove the poop from the stained outfit, the stain still would not come out!  Talk about frustration!   Until one day, I learned the secret to poop stain removal.  And it is free!!!  Ready for it?

The sun.  That's right, the big bright thing up in the sky.

It really is that simple.

Here's what I do to get that pesky poop out:

1.  Rinse out as much as you can using cold water.  (Or, if you live in Arizona use the coldest water that comes from your tap, which is almost hot enough to shower in.)

2.  Spot the stain using your favorite spot remover (ie: Shout, OxyClean, etc.)

3.  Wash as normal.

4.  This is the step where the magic happens.  Instead of drying in the dryer, hang the stained clothes out in the sun to dry.  Make sure the stain is exposed to the direct rays of the sun.

5.   Once dry, look it over.  Poof!  The stain is gone!  Pure magic.

Oh!  That horrible stain!!!!!  (And fresh poop...)

This is what it looked like right out of the washing machine.  The stain is still a stain.

    After being dried in the sun for a few hours.  Stain gone!

I was curious if this trick would also work for dried and set in stains.  So, I took a stained outfit that had previously been washed and dried like normal.  I threw it in the wash again, but this time let it dry in the sun.  After it had dried outside for a few hours, I was surprised to see that the stain was mostly gone!  I think that you can only notice a slight discoloration if you look really, really close.

 Here is the onesie washed and dried like normal.  Notice the gross yellow stain?

After drying in the sun.  Where did that pesky stain go?

This tip has changed my life!!  Or at least my laundry.

Friday, 12 September 2014

August Cards

Wow, August was CRAZY!  I can't believe that I was actually able to keep up with this goal.  Sheesh!  

Here are the cards that kept me busy last month:

 This card was made for The Box of Sunshine I sent to one of my sisters.  You can read more about what went into that box here.

What do you do when your best friend has an adorable baby boy?  Why make her a card, of course!  I am so happy for her.  I wish that I could be there to kiss his little cheeks, but being in different states makes that kind of hard.  I guess a card will have to do.

Simple.  Edgy.  Birthday.  The End.

My husband's family wasn't able to get together to celebrate Father's Day until this month (yes, Father's Day was two months ago.)  So we made a big party out of it and celebrated his dad's birthday too!!

 I made this one for my wonderful mom.  She is addicted to everything purple, so that had to be included.  I love the rounded corners on this one.

 My husband and I celebrated our 6th wedding anniversary last month.  Best 6 years of my life!
We are members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons), and we believe that marriage can be beyond "till death do you part."  I'd love to answer any questions you have about Mormon Temples and what we believe.  Or you can find more info here.

 Do you remember Homestar Runner?  My little brother and I use to love it!  We have this long running joke about one of the episodes.  If you want to be in on the joke, you can watch the short 4 minute episode here.  I probably think it's funnier then it really is... let me know what you think.

 A perfect card for my pirate loving nephew!  This card was fun to make because I was able to play with fire!  I slightly burned the edges of the paper to give it a fun and unique look.

 I love the simplicity of this card!  You don't need a lot of crazy cutouts and stamps to make a special card.  All you need is a few scraps of paper, and some letter stickers.  Easy!

Here is another simple thank you card.  My blade on my cutter is starting to dull, so I wasn't able to get the clean cut I wanted, but you use what you got, right?

Phew!  We made it!  Now on to September.

Monday, 8 September 2014

Box of Sunshine

It's raining here in Arizona today.  Which doesn't happen all that often, but when it does, watch out!  When it rains, it pours!  The monsoon season is one of my favorite things about Arizona.  Seriously, the lightning storms are incredible!!  We got so much rain last night that streets have literally turned into rivers, most major freeways are shut down, and they canceled school!  I've heard, it is the worst storm Arizona has ever gotten!  

So, on such a dark and dreary day, I wanted to share with you a little bit of sunshine.  This is a little thing I put together for my sister, who was going through a difficult time, and I thought she could use a little pick-me-up.  I call it my little Box of Sunshine.

This is seriously one of the easiest gifts to put together!  And I had a blast doing it, too!  Everywhere I went I would look out for things that were yellow that I could put into the box.  That's right, everything in the box was yellow, and only yellow.  Plus, I painted the inside yellow too, so when you open the box: BAM!!! all you see is yellow.  All you see is sunshine!

I used a pretty small box, so I wasn't able to fit a ton of stuff.  Here is what I included:

Honestly, I could have probably have sent a box four times bigger, and I wouldn't have had a problem finding yellow stuff to fill it.  Here are some more ideas to fill your own Box of Sunshine:

-  Wheat Thins
-  Teddy Grahams
-  Golden Oreos
-  Starbursts
-  Tissues
-  Juicy Fruit Gum
-  Finger Nail Polish
-  Potato Chips
-  M&M's
-  Yellow Loofah
-  Wet Wipes
-  Sticky Notes
-  Note pad/journal
-  Lemonade (or my favorite: Glaceau's vitamin water zero.  Delish!)
-  Lotion
-  Air Freshener
-  Soap
-  Lemon Heads
-  Crayons
-  Carmex
-  Car Air Fresheners
-  Subway Gift Card

I could go on for a while!  You'd be surprised at how many yellow things there are.

And, keeping up with my New Years resolution, I made a card to include in the box.

 Putting together this box made me so ridiculously happy!  It's amazing what happens when you look outside yourself and help others.  


Friday, 22 August 2014

Curtain Rod Photo Display

Have you ever had a project that never. seems. to. end!  I have been updating our bedroom decor for what feels like centuries.  It all started with a beautiful quilt that my sister made for me and my husband as a wedding present.  It had been sitting in a closet for years, and I really wanted to showcase it!  Unfortunately, nothing in my existing decor matched, so I had to start from square one.  It's been fun, but I am so happy to be getting to the end!  It's taken me so long to finish everything that I am probably going to want to switch things up again soon.  Ha!  Life and where you live it is a constant project.

This is actually one of my favorite projects that I have completed for our bedroom, and by far the cheapest.  All of the supplies that I used I found around our house.  I am a big believer in shopping for supplies from your own home.  We all have so many things lying around that we could transform into something useful.  All it takes is a little creativity!

This frame was originally one of those frames that has the multiple picture windows in the mat border.  I took out the mat and replaced it with some foam board  and mod podged some scrapbook paper onto it.  I am not fancy enough to have a Silhouette, or similar cutting machine, so each of these letters were cut out by hand!  Just using my boring old printer, and my trusty scissors.  It took some serious patience cutting each word out, but when you are too cheep to buy stickers... you gotta figure out another way.  I am such a cheap-o!

 These curtain rods were just lying around our house collecting dust, and my husband likes to "de-clutter" our house occasionally weekly.  So, it was either use them, or they were getting booted to the curb.  In the same box as the curtain rod, there were also some cheap plastic frames that were screaming to be used.  By simply attaching the frames to the curtain rod with a little ribbon, the drap-boring-old-rod was transformed into an incredible photo display!

I love it!  And it looks amazing above our beautiful quilt!  

Have you completed a project by using only supplies found at your own home?  Send me your photos!  I'd love to see some awesome creativity in action.

Thanks for stopping by!

Friday, 25 July 2014

Disney Couples

Next month my husband and I celebrate our sixth anniversary!  Depending on where you are in your own relationship, you may think that I am still a baby learning the ropes, or a seasoned pro.  Honestly, there are some times that I feel like both (when are you officially not considered a "newly wed" anyway?)  All I know is that I am still head-over-heals in-love with my husband, and that's enough for me.  

Ok, enough with the gushy "newly wed" talk...

Last year we celebrated our anniversary at Disneyland!  That place is truly one of "The Happiest Places on Earth."  I'm a such a kid at heart!  

I created this printable to help us remember how wonderful our time at Disneyland was (as if anyone needs a reminder about how awesome that place is.)  Have I told you how much I love Disneyland yet?

I really believe that everyone's love story is as special and magical as any fairy tale.  So, your name definitely belongs beside all of these Disney couples too!


Do you love this lamp as much as I do?
I followed this tutorial when I made it.  Such an easy DIY project!

Thanks for stopping by!

You can purchase your personalized Disney couples printable here at Puddle Design on Etsy.

Saturday, 5 July 2014

30th Birthday Celebration

The hubs just recently turned the big 3-0!!  I can't believe it!  Sometimes I still feel like we should still be in high school, but then I actually see high school kids, and I realize how incredibly loud and obnoxious many of them are.  Was I ever like that?  Maybe I am getting old...

With this being such a big birthday, I decided it would be fun to throw him a surprise birthday party.  I secretly love planning parties, so I figured this one would be no big deal.  Oh, boy was I wrong!  Throwing a surprise party for someone that you tell everything to, and spend all of your spare time with, is tough!!!  Geeze!  I had no idea what I got myself into.

Lucky for me, my parents were in town that same week, so they were able to babysit, or help decorate, or let me use their car, etc.  I wouldn't have been able to pull it off if they hadn't have been in town!  Thanks mom and dad for visiting!  The timing couldn't have been better!

I could go into detail about how I was able to keep everything a secret, and all the running around I did the day of the party (stress!!!), but I won't bore you with the details.  So, here are some pictures of the festivities instead :-).  Maybe they can help inspire you for your party planning!

Happy 30th Birthday!!

There were three tables set up, and on each of them was a vase full of one of my husband's favorite candies (Reeses, Kisses, and Peanut Butter M & M's -- he's kinda a chocolate guy).

In addition, there was a picture frame with a photo from his growing up years, and a 1984 random trivia sheet that I put together.  Did you know that in 1984 (the year he was born) the fastest street legal car was only tested at 144mph?  And that the cost of a postage stamp was $0.20?  Random... 

I had this awesome idea to have an original Nintendo set up on one side of the gym, and a current game system set up on the other, but the hubs showed up to the party almost an hour later then expected (a lot of hair pulling was happening on my part while we waited...), so we didn't really have time to play many games.  But it was a good idea, right?

We also had giant Jenga, just because it's fun.  I mean look at that!  How can you not have fun while you play!? 

This was one of my favorite decorations.  I would have wanted to put more pictures up to make the numbers thicker, but we didn't have time (that's a whole story in and of itself.  Lot's of things didn't go as planned.  Have I mentioned that I was super stressed the day of the party...?)

And of course we had to have the hub's favorite food group: PIZZA!

The diabetic coma inducing-peanut butter-chocolate-cake that I made for dessert.  This thing was ridiculously delicious, but also ridiculously rich!  You needed a gallon of milk with each bite.  My peanut butter and chocolate loving husband sure loved it though!
(For the cake, I followed this recipe from the amazing blog Kevin & Amanda.  It's seriously one of the best blogs!  You should check it out.)

I also made a Boston Cream Pie from scratch, but it wasn't even worth taking a picture of... I probably will never make another Boston Cream Pie again.  Just sayin'.  

See what I mean by rich?!  That's a chocolate cake, with chocolate chips inside the cake.  Then topped with a peanut butter butter cream frosting, all covered in Reese's Peanut Butter cups.  Phew!  You can almost get diabetes just looking at the picture!

Yeah, trying to plan and execute this was pretty stressful at times, but seeing the smile on the hub's face when he walked into the room full of his family and friends made it all worth it!  He is the most amazing husband (and 30 year old!), and I only wish that I could have done more!

Happy Birthday, babe!  I love you!!

Need a special invite for your party?  Check out Puddle Design on Etsy!

Thursday, 3 July 2014

June Cards

We have made it half-way through the year!!  I can't believe that I have been able to stick with my new years resolution this long!  This is a new record for sure.  How are your resolutions coming along?  I am ashamed to admit, but this may be the only one that I have been able to keep.  Usually I forget about them, and slip right back into my comfortable routine.  It's amazing what happens when you are held accountable to other people.  There's my little piece of advice for the day :-)


Here are the June cards.  I love how they turned out!  The card I made for my husband for Father's Day is by far my favorite one to date!

The hubs turned 30 this month!!  I was actually able to keep all my planning for his surprise birthday party a secret, which was kind of a minor miracle.

So, I remember when Pokemon first came out.  Does that make me really old?  I can't believe that it is still huge with the kiddos!  My nephew just turned 7, and he is OBSESSED with Pokemon.  "Gotta Catch 'Em All!"

For my dad.  He's a pretty simple guy, so nothing but a simple card will do.  

Curious about the "R"?  I'm a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, and we believe that worthy men are able to hold the Priesthood, which is the power of God here on earth.  Want to learn more?  Visit  

I am in LOVE with this card.  Probably because I am head over heals in love with the man that I made it for.  Each hand is the actual tracing of mine and my children's hands.  Yellow for me, pink for my daughter, and blue for our new baby boy.  

Life is SO good!  Thanks for stopping by today!

Monday, 16 June 2014

May Cards

May!!!  We have come to my birthday month!  I'm gonna tell you all a little secret: 27 sounds so much older then 26.  Is that weird?  It's only 1 year for goodness sake!  Some days I still feel like I should still be in high school, but then I remember that I have 3 kids, and I actually have to act like a grown up most of the time.  Life's tough for us big adults :-).

Anyway, sorry that it took me so long to get these May cards posted.  I have been feverishly planning my husband's surprise 30th birthday party (more on that later!), and some things have gotten pushed onto the back burner.  It's a good thing Mother's Day and these birthdays didn't happen at the end of the month, these cards may have not been finished if that were the case.  Dodged a bullet on that one!  

Thanks for following along with me and my New Year's resolution.

I am a sucker for all things daisies!

It's a bird!  It's a plane!  No, it's Super Mom!
I really do have the best mom.  Ever!

Friday, 16 May 2014

Freezer Meals

Have you noticed how "in" freezer meals are right now?  It seems like everyone is creating Pinterest boards chalk full of recipes that claim to be "The best freezer meals ever!".  Or they explain "How to make 50 freezer meals in one afternoon!"  Blah blah blah...  I don't have time to take an entire afternoon and cook, so I don't have to do any cooking later.  But I was curious about many of the freezer meal recipes that I found, so decided to give them a try.  

Before my little guy arrived, I wanted to jump on this little freezer-meal-band-wagon and give it a go.  But how was I supposed to find recipes that would be easy and that my family would actually like?  After lots of looking I found 3 "freezer meal" recipes that sounded good, and seemed really easy to make, but honestly I was a little skeptical about.  But I also included 5 recipes of my own that I thought might work as freezer meals.  The recipes that I created actually turned out to be our favorite :).  That's probably because I was able to cater to our pasta and cheese loving family.  Who doesn't love their carbs and gooey cheese, right?  So, if you're running out of ideas for freezer meals, think of some of your favorite regular meals and do what you can to turn them into "freezer meals".  It worked for us!

I grew up in a big family (8 kids, 5 of them being boys), so my mom taught me how to cook for the masses.  This is a habit that I have had a hard time getting out of my system.  I don't know how to cook for a family of just 2 adults and 1 toddler, so inevitably we always have leftovers.  Each of these recipes could easily feed a family of 4, so you can adjust the ingredients accordingly.  Or, you can do what I did: follow the entire recipe as listed, eat half for dinner that night, then freeze the other half.  Not only does it save you on the cooking time (you only have to cook once...), but you also already know that you like the meal, and will look forward to eating the rest later.

These recipes are listed in order from our favorite to our least favorite.  (sorry I didn't get pictures of all the completed dishes...)

Here's a quick tip before you get started:
- write the cooking directions on the tinfoil or plastic bag before you put the food inside.    

Ok, let's get to those recipes!

Pizza Pasta
olive oil
1/2 onion - diced
1 package pepperoni - diced
1 tbsp red wine vinegar
1 regular can tomato sauce
1 can black olives - sliced
2 Roma Tomatoes - diced
1 tsp Italian seasoning 
salt and pepper to taste
16 oz box pasta (we like Rigatoni the best) 
1/2 bunch chopped fresh basil (can substitute dried basil, but fresh is MUCH better) 
1-2 cups grated mozzarella cheese

1.  In a large pot/pan brown onions in olive oil
2.  Add pepperoni and cook until almost crispy
3.  Meanwhile, boil a large pot of water and cook pasta until al dente, making sure to reserve about 1 cup of the starchy water.
4.  Add vinegar to pepperoni to scrape off all the yummy stuff from the bottom of the pan
5.  Add tomato sauce, tomatoes, olives, Italian seasoning, salt and pepper and 1 cup of reserved pasta water
6.  Simmer 2-3 minutes
7.  Add cooked pasta to sauce
8.  Add basil
9.  Add as much cheese as you want to make it extra cheesy and delicious 
10.  Eat immediately or pour pasta in a 13"x 9" foil pan, cool, cover with foil, and freeze.

When ready to eat: thaw and cook at 350 degrees for 20-30 minutes.   

Baked Chicken Chimichangas
2/3 cup picante sauce or your favorite salsa
1 tsp ground cumin 
1/2 tsp dried oregano
1 1/2 cup cooked chicken - chopped
1 cup shredded cheddar cheese
2 green onions - chopped
8 inch flour tortillas
2 tbsp butter - melted

1.  Mix together chicken, salsa, cumin, oregano, cheese and onions.
2.  Place about 1/4 cup of the chicken mixture in the center of each torilla
3.  Fold opposite sides over filling.
4.  Roll up from bottom and place seam side down on a baking sheet.  If wanting to eat immediately, brush with butter and bake at 400 degrees for 20-25 minutes.


Roll up from bottom and place seam side down on a baking sheet.  Freeze for about 30 minutes, then place chimichangas into a gallon size freezer bag.

When ready to eat: thaw, place chimichangas on baking sheet, brush with butter, bake at 400 degrees for 20-25 minutes or until golden brown.  

Buffalo Chicken Chile Mac and Cheese
2 tbsp olive oil
2-3 boneless skinless chicken breasts cut into small bits
1 large carrot - chopped
1 large onion - chopped
3 ribs celery - finely chopped
4 garlic cloves - finely chopped
1 tbsp paprika
1 bay leaf
salt and pepper
2 cups chicken stock
1/4 to 1/2 cups hot sauce (depending on how hot you like it)
1 15 oz. can diced or crushed tomatoes
1 pound whole wheat elbow macaroni 
1-2 cups of your favorite cheese
2 scallions - thinly sliced

1.  Place a large pot over medium/high heat, add olive oil, once pot is warm add chicken and brown them.
2.  Add carrot, onion, celery, garlic, paprika, bay leaf, and salt and pepper.  Cook veggies, stirring frequently until tender.  
3.  Add chicken stock and scrape up any brown bits from the pot.  Add hot sauce and tomatoes, and bring to a bubble.  Simmer for 8-10 minutes.  
4.  While simmering, cook pasta until al dente.  Once cooked, drain the pasta and toss into the chicken mixture.  
5.  Transfer everything to 13"x 9" casserole dish.  Sprinkle with cheese and place under broiler for 2-3 minutes.  Sprinkle the chopped scallions over the top, serve and Enjoy!


* If wanting to freeze: place the mixture in foil casserole dish, allow to cool, cover with cheese, cover with foil and freeze.  When ready to eat: thaw, and bake at 350 degrees for 20-30 minutes.  Sprinkle chopped scallions over the top of the cooked casserole, and enjoy!

Chicken Enchilada Casserole 
2 (12 oz.) cans cooked chicken chunks 
2 cans cream of chicken soup
1 small can green enchilada sauce
2 cans diced green chilies 
1 small onion - diced
1 tsp. cumin
salt and pepper to taste
2 lbs. grated cheddar cheese (or any cheese mixture of your choice)
24-30 corn tortillas

1.  In a large bowl, mix together everything but the cheese and tortillas.  
2.  Layer in a 13"x 9" casserole dish starting with the chicken mixture, then cheese, then tortillas, chicken, cheese, etc. ending with chicken mixture.  
3.  Cover with remaining cheese and bake at 375 degrees for 30 minutes until bubbly and brown 


* If freezing, cover with foil and freeze unbaked casserole.  When ready to eat: thaw, remove foil, bake at 375 degrees for 30 minutes. 

Cheesy Potatoes and Ham
1 26 oz bag of hashbrowns
1 10.5 oz. can cream of chicken soup
1 10.5 oz. can cream of celery soup
1 cup sour cream
1 cup milk
2 cups cheddar cheese
4 green onions
2 cups cooked cubed ham
Salt and Pepper
Corn Flakes crushed

1.  Mix together all the ingredients except the corn flakes.  
2.  Pour into a 13"x 9" casserole dish, sprinkle with cornflakes and bake at 375 for 30-40 minutes.  


* If freezing, pour into foil casserole dish, cover with foil, and freeze.  When ready to eat: thaw casserole, sprinkle corn flakes over casserole, bake at 375 degrees for 30 minutes, remove foil and bake 15 more minutes.   

Cheesy Garlic Chicken
2 large chicken breasts
2 Cans cream of chicken soup
1 Can cheddar cheese soup
1-2 tsp garlic powder
2 T butter
1 tsp salt
1/2 tsp pepper

Combine all ingredients in gallon freezer bag and freeze.  

Day of cooking: grab from freezer, pour all contents into crock pot and cook on high 3-4 hours or low 6-8 hours. Can be served with angel hair pasta or mashed potatoes. 

Chicken w/ Pineapple and Rice
4 boneless chicken breast halves
1 can (14 oz.) pineapple tidbits in juice, undrained
3/4 cups finely chopped carrots
1/2 cup each chopped sweet red peppers and green peppers
1/3 cup ketchup
2 tablespoons soy sauce
2 tablespoons white vinegar
2 cloves garlic, minced
3/4 cups chopped green onions
2 cups of chicken broth

Combine all ingredients in gallon freezer bag and freeze. 

Day of cooking: grab from freezer, pour all contents into crock pot and cook on high 3-4 hours or low 6-8 hours.  Serve over rice. Sprinkle with sliced green onions.  

Cilantro Lime Chicken
1 ½ lb diced chicken
2 juiced limes
1 bunch fresh cilantro chopped
1 16oz bag frozen corn
2 minced cloves
½ red onion chopped
1 t. cumin
Salt & pepper to taste
Place all ingredients in a gallon sized freezer bag. Freeze.
Cooking day: Thaw. Cook on low in crockpot 8 hrs or on high 4 hrs. Serve w/tortillas & your favorite toppings (sour cream guacamole cheese)

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