Month: December 2011

Eggnog Tea Cake

View Post Good morning! We are doing some baking today!  Eggnog is in seasonal abundance right now and this cake is a wonderful treat for breakfast in the morning or even tea in the afternoon.  I don’t care for drinking the store-bought eggnog, but I will bake with it.  Enjoy this very buttery tasting tea …

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Fleecy Tea Time Ornaments

Good morning everyone! Have you seen the subscriber special? Get some great gifts for subscribing! Fleecy Tea Time Ornaments   I love making ornaments out of fleece… they have such a fuzzy, homey look to them.  Not to mention how simple they are to make and they always come out so pretty!  This is a good …

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Free Recipe Cards

Gingerbread Recipe Cards

If you’re a pen and paper recipe gal, we have some lovely free recipe cards for you!  Just click, download, and enjoy!  There are four different designs. Make sure you have the latest adobe reader. These printable cards are 6″ x 4″.  Use a light colored sturdy paper like cardstock and print. Cut around the …

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Glazed Gingerbread Nuts

Glazed Gingerbread Nuts is a fun treat to have on hand while you’re working on ornaments! Glazed Gingerbread Nuts You need 5 cups of mixed nuts, salted or unsalted.  You don’t have to use mixed nuts- you can use just pecans, walnuts or almonds. Bring 2 large eggs to room temperature.  In a large bowl …

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Handmade Christmas Ornament Mitten

Rag Mitten Christmas Ornament

We love making ornament traditions! This handmade Christmas ornament is great for leftover fabric. Try the the Rag Mitten Christmas Ornament.   Rag Mitten Ornament Supplies: Homespun or Flannel – Scraps will work, you’ll need a front and back fabricTemplate Shape – Trace a small mitten or draw onePerle Cotton #5 plus Chenille #20 needleButtons, …

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