Friday, December 14, 2012

Deck The Halls...

 As Promised here are the decorated clay cookies
 The clay cookie/ornaments will be leaving soon as will the Traveling Apron.
The apron and I hope to post one or two more recipes, then 
 I will pack up the apron and ship it off to... 
 Kentucky!
 Stop by next week to find out more details
 Please stop by to see Beverly at How Sweet The Sound.
I'm also linking this post with another Holiday Party being held over at Thistlewood Farm.
I'm off to deck the halls, bake cookies, and wrap gifts...
Happy Pink Saturday too!

9 comments:

  1. Hi Linda, What wonderful ornaments. And to think they are made from clay. Your work is gorgeous. Best wishes to the traveling apron.
    Have a great weekend. Hugs, CM

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  2. Gorgeous Linda, almost sweet enough to eat, ha ha!

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  3. Fun fun fun! Happy Pink Saturday and have a great weekend!

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  4. I love them!! Baked goods that can last:-D You're so creative and I'm so happy the apron expanded to crafts. My mother not only taught me to bake, but sew, knit, crochet, quilt, and the best gift she gave me was her talent to draw and paint:-) Much love for the holidays for you and your family, Sis XOXO

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  5. I'm going to take a little break.
    Sending warm wishes to you and your loved ones for a wonderful Christmas and much health and happiness for 2013.

    Hugs,
    Gaby

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  6. Linda
    These are incredible. I keep eyeing a new favourite - the stars are so gentle and pure and then the candy cane is such fun and the snowman is so cute.
    All so fabulous.
    If we are not in contact before the 25th I want to wish you a lovely time over the festivities and to say thank you for always being so encouraging of my little creations.
    Wishes
    Lynne

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  7. Bye-bye, traveling apron! Linda, those recipes look delicious. I'm hoping to get in some baking on Christmas day. If I make anything now it won't last until Christmas (hee, hee), and then I don't have off again until Christmas time, so I'll just enjoy the journey until my next days off while deciding what it is I'd like to bake.

    Your clay decorations are so delightful! You've really been a busy girl.

    Enjoy the season, friend,
    Marianne xo

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  8. Linda,

    Thank you so much for linking up! Your clay cookies look amazing! Can't wait to get the apron (hope it's as happy to see me)!

    Have a blessed and wonderful Christmas!
    karianne

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  9. Linda, I've missed so much this Christmas with our move and my computer blues, but I've gained so much more with your friendship that I haven't minded one bit. Thank you so much for the special sunshine mail goodies. I LOVED every bit of it and did not open them until my quiet time this morning. We had two trees and the adorable little packages looked perfect under my small kitchen tree which I ended up transferring to my art room.
    All of it is magic.
    XOXO's and Happy New Year,
    Marcia

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