Have you made your Christmas Cookies yet? I haven't! I don't really like cookies. The only ones I like are my mom's Candy Cane Sugar Cookies and this year she and my dad are going to Ireland to visit my brother so I'm not going to get any ;(. This darling Mrs. Claus is by Paper Nest Dolls called North Pole Mini Mrs. Claus. I created my own cookies out of Kat Scrappiness Distressed Circle Dies and Nuvo Drops!
Make Crafty Friends Q & A:
Q: Do you make Christmas Cookies? Which kind?
A: Me? Only if I have to go to a cookie exchange
|My Nephew William with family friend Ngozi making Candy Cane Cookies in Ireland|
|My nephew, Thomas, and Niece, Annie making sugar cookies with frosting and sprinkles!|
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Christmas Crafts All Year Round December- Mrs. Claus
It's been years since we did a productionReplyDelete
bake. My daughter and granddaughter and
my husband would get together and bake
5 or 6 types of cookies. We passed them
out to the older generation, as well as
having our own. Now everybody is so
busy and a lot of the recipients have
passed, so that tradition has stopped.
I make a couple batches of sour cream
cookies and buy the rest at a cookie
sale at church. Mrs Claus looks great.
thanks for sharing
Cute card and pics! Love the creative cookies you made with the distress circle dies!ReplyDelete
I usually make several kinds... Almond Bars, Snowballs, Spritz. None so far this year! Just have not felt like baking, and if I bake them, I eat them! :(
Adorable card. I love cookies but try not to eat them any more but I will bake with the grandchildren--only problem is one child is gluten free so it is harder to do.ReplyDelete
I love Sugar CookiesReplyDelete
and made some last
year for Christmas.
Need to make some
for this year.
Carla from Utah
Fabulous card! I love the pictures you shared. So adorable! Very creative how you made the cookies...can I "borrow" that? LolReplyDelete
I feel bad for you not getting the cookies this year. I haven't made cookies yet. My grand daughter and I are going to make some sugar cookies soon.ReplyDelete
Very pretty card and lovely photos Thank you for joining us at Crafty Catz Challenge Blog good luckReplyDelete
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cookies-me no! A fun card with amazing colouring-her hair looks so good and the kids sure look like they are having fun, Thanks for joining Time OutReplyDelete
I'll be baking cookies all week starting with Danish shortbread cookies called Finsk Brød and gingerbread men, of course! The candy cane cookies sound delicious.ReplyDelete
I love your Mrs. Claus image and you chose the perfect background paper to go with her! Thanks for sharing your Anything Goes Christmas project with us at Cut it Up. Merry Christmas!
What a sweet card! And those cookies look jummy! Thank you for joining us at TIME OUT!ReplyDelete
Super cute bakers and a wonderfully sweet card. Thanks so much for playing along at Time Out.ReplyDelete
Adorable card and sweet kiddies!!! Thank-you so much for participating in our CHRISTMAS CRAFTS ALL YEAR ‘ROUND challenge. Hope to see your beautiful creations in our next challenge!! Have a happy crafty day!!!ReplyDelete
Deanne at A Little Bit O’ Paper
Such a sweet design (no pun intended!) and a great card.ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing it with us at Christmas Crafts All Year Round and Happy New Year!