Friday, November 19, 2010

… Mistletoe Make & Bake 2010 - day 5



I am so excited about today's post! . . . Today is the day I get to post my little project for you - as well as a very favorite recipe of mine. . .

First is today's topic. . . a holiday tradition that must be done - no matter what. Oh my, there are so many traditions that we have in our family - that all of us kids have taken into our own lives & families. One is our Christmas Eve meal. . . We make chili & cornbread, & before it is served, we have crackers, cheese, summer sausage, & cranberry juice with a bit of seltzer. True comfort food! My Mom started making this meal when I was in high-school & we all loved it so that we continued it each year after. Also. . . going for a drive to see the Christmas lights is a favorite tradition. I just love to see the celebration of the season spilling out all over the neighborhoods! Now, I must admit  - that there may have been a year or two when all of these didn't happen, but I know that the one that is never missed is reading the Christmas story from the book of Luke in the Bible. For me, that is the one that I cannot miss. No matter where I am - or what else is happening - that tradition is never missed. It just wouldn't be Christmas for me without it.

Okay. . . now for the cookie for today. This one is actually also a part of our family tradition. My Mom found this recipe in a magazine way back in 1971 & we have made it every year since. It has been passed down to all the kids & I think even some of the grandkids have asked for it as well. It is rich, buttery, & very, very yummy. Perfect with a glass of milk, or a cup of coffee. . . it's called Cookie Brittle. . .


(. . . or because we love it so. . . , before it even cools the pan of Cookie Brittle looks like this. . .!)

(I actually used macadamias nuts,  instead of the walnuts,  for this batch. . . almost too much of a good thing. . . almost!)
(click on recipe card for a pdf version you can download.)



Today's featured designers are:


Roseann Kermes of Rosebud's Cottage
. . . & me!
My little project for you are my Mistletoe & Holly Ornaments. . . ! These can be made from wool, felt or even heavyweight paper. . . & can be fun for either decorations for your tree or to decorate a present with an ornament that can be kept! I had so much fun making these. . . & I hope you will too!  You can download the directions & templates for the Mistletoe & Holly Ornaments here!


And. . . to top it all off. . . if you leave a comment on todays post - you will be in a drawing to receive six of any of my books &/or patterns of your choice from my website. . . ! I will announce the winner tomorrow!
Only one more day of the Mistletoe Make & Take 2010 Blog Hop. . . I hope you're having as much fun as I am!
Bren

204 comments:

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gina said...

Thanks for sharing the cookie recipe! Will have to try that. Looks yummy!

Hugs,
Gina

BobbiD said...

I have never heard of Cookie Brittle before so will certainly have to make some! And as for your wonderful ornaments...you just solved my dilema...each year I make ornaments with the grankids pictures in or on them. I will use these and just move the holly over a little to make room for the picture.Thank you,thank you !

SoozeM said...

I love your little ornaments, they are just gorgeous and I can't wait to make some! Thankyou for a lovely recipe as well!

SewCalGal said...

Yummy recipe...and I'm looking forward to making it. I enjoyed hearing your insights on Christmas and how you have enjoyed chili on Christmas. Great idea. Cute design with so many ways to use it too. Inspirational. Thanks.

SewCalGal
www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

Baskets Of Quilts said...

Cute pattern! Thanks for the blog hop and the great giveaway!

Stina said...

Ahhh.. thankyou for your wonderful and cute little pattern..:O))
Sent an question to you via your homepage about where to find your wonderful and lovely pastel wools... havent heard any yet.. and I so do want to know... :o)))

gill said...

Hi Brenda
Thanks for the pattern and the recipe! Just one thing!!!! what are semi sweet morsels???
Gill

Teresa Felgueiras said...

Thanks for sharing your delightful patterns as well as your delicious recipe. I have just found the perfect decoration for my Christmas tree.

Vickie E said...

they are adorable!

Madame Samm said...

Ok a project with the brittle..way too much sweetness for one post...love them both..cookie brittle is calling me, sew let's sip some tea and you can tell me all about your dear Momma...

Anonymous said...

very cute ornaments. our christmas eve tradtional meal is cheese soup.

Donna said...

Adorable ornaments. I will enjoy the Cookie Brittle. Thanks for being part of the blog hop.

Quilts and Other Blessings said...

I love the ornaments. Will have to try making a few! The recipe sounds good too. Thanks for sharing!
RB

QuiltSue said...

Great little ornaments and yummy recipe, thank you

rebecca said...

This blog hop has been great fun. Thanks for sharing the recipe and pattern.

Bluzbrod said...

I love the Georgia Lou fabric I spotted on the website! I haven't shopped there before, but I'm going back to look :-)

Nana Jo said...

I love the ornaments but I'm not a member of the site you use for downloads. Is it possible for you to email the pattern to me? I have too many memberships online and prefer not to add another.

The recipe sounds great too!

Beth said...

Those cookies look awesome! Very cute ornaments tags. I really <3 the mistletoe!

Vickie said...

The ornaments are adorable! I can't wait to make them! That Cookie Brittle looks yummy!
Thanks for sharing!

Darlene said...

YUM! :-)

Love the wool ornaments - very, very cute.

Willa said...

The ornaments are really cute. Mistletoe is an original idea for such. Pleae include me in the draw.

Sandy, Quilt guild president said...

I can't believe I am the first?
Thank you for sharing Christmas traditions, recipes and projects.
Merry Christmas!! May all our presents be handmade with love.

blue sky quilting said...

Ok, I'm making these today! They look absolutely Yummy! And guess what, I really have all the ornament making materials in my StasH! How cool is that.
Love Love Love your posts!,

christy

Kathy said...

Your ornaments are just too cute and the cookie brittle sounds delicious! Thank you for both, can't wait to try them.

Sewn With Grace said...

Oh, oh, oh... I love it all! SIX PATTERNS?!!!
Pick me, pick me, pick me, pick me, pick me!! :)

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

Wow what a delicious looking cookie recipe. And thanks for the darling pattern. Great blog hop.

deewevans said...

Wow those bars look yummy sinful! I love handmade ornaments so those we will be an addition to my Christmas tree this year. Thanks for sharing!

Ruthanne said...

I think the grands and I will be making ornaments next week. All the charm of applique with no raw edges. Thanks for a charming project and yummy cookies.
Ruthanne in Georgia

spectrummom said...

Those cookies look great. We have 7 layer cookies, my in-laws call them Hello Dollie Cookies. Those are very cute ornaments and might even be safe (at least not dangerous) around my kids.

Kathy B. said...

Thanks for the yummy looking cookie recipe. I can't wait to make a few of each of the ornaments. A few artificial wreaths I have will look terrific decorated with these ornaments with some slight variation.

Lizziebeth said...

Love your ornament project and your recipe you have for us Brenda. I'm having a time trying to decide which recipe I want to try 1st. :)

jukiejeans said...

The cookie brittlerecipe looks really yummy and I love the ornaments. Thanks!

Renea said...

Oh, no. Number one spot doesn't seem to lucky but I have never won anything when I enter the giveaways so maybe it will be the lucky spot. Your ornaments are so cute. Thanks for the giveaway.

WoolenSails said...

I love making wool pennies, what a wondering pattern for the tree.

Debbie

MIss Sherry said...

Cookie Brittle and such sweet ornamments: thanks for a great start to my Friday!

Brenda said...

Thanks for a great project and recipe!

Diane said...

Your project came just in time for me to make ornaments for our guild christmas party.

thanks

JessicaSews said...

Thank you! The treats look fabulous.

The project is so pretty! Love those colors!


This year...just being together as a family will be a blessing. Many of us are flying home, we'll see which ones make it and which ones are stuck at the airport...praying for good weather.

Janet said...

Love these little ornaments! Great stocking stuffers for my sisters! Thanks for sharing. I think I'll have make that cookie brittle!

Great drawing ... pick me!

Janet
jfquilts@gmail.com

Melonie said...

These are the cutest ornaments yet! I love working with wool. Your cookie recipe looks delicious. I'm going to make some for Thanksgiving.

Sandy said...

Very cute project! It's been a fun week ~ thanks so much for sharing.

gmp said...

WOW - what else can I say? I love your project. The photos here look beautiful. I am going to have to go shopping to see where I can get some felted wool today. I have just started doing some wool applique, and I love it. So, this is exciting for me. Thanks for the recipe too. Looks delicious.

Melissa said...

Wow, an amazing recipe and holiday ornaments. It is a lucky day for readers :) Thank you!!

Diana said...

Cookie Brittle looks so delicious, could become a tradition in my family. Needed a cute ornament, this seems to fit the bill. Thanks

kade said...

Thanks for the adorable project and all of the wonderful recipes.

paulette said...

VERY cute!! Thanks so much!
paulette

Darlene B said...

What cute ornaments! Thanks for sharing this great project.

Gale Lavers said...

These cookies will have to go on my Christmas baking list. Love the cute ornaments. Thanks for being part of the hop.

mascanlon said...

Love the ornaments, they are so sweet and look like fun to make. I'm pulling the wool tonight! thank you for all the work this week and sweet recipes.

Sew little time said...

Love the ornaments, starting to make today

Dolores said...

Thank you for sharing. I have printed off the recipe and will be making some of those ornaments in felt.

Lynn S said...

The little ornaments are wonderful! I am going to add these to my gift packages. Thanks for the special recipes too!

Mary said...

What a cute project. Thank you so much for sharing.

Monica said...

What wonderful little ornaments! Thank you!

Texana said...

Love the holly and mistletoe ornaments...hardly ever see cute mistletoe! Haven't had cookie brittle in years, but I think I'll make some since your recipe is so handy. Thanks!

Cory said...

I have really enjoyed the Hop. Thank you for the great recipes and projects. Take care and God bless, Cory

Katie said...

Thanks for sharing your cookie recipe and cute pattern today! I can't wait to try both. Your cookie sounds yummy!! Thanks again!

j said...

Thanks for sharing both your cookie recipe and cute pattern!

Bonnie said...

Just the perfect little ornament to make for an ornament exchange next month! Thanks so much. Love the giveaway too! Again, thanks for the chance.

j said...

Thanks for sharing both your cookie recipe and cute pattern!

bairdmtn said...

Never heard of cookie brittle, but will be trying this one out tomorrow! Thank you for sharing the recipe and story! The little tags will make adorable gift tags/ornaments to keep! Thank you!!

Pat said...

We have a tradition of Christmas Eve at my house. I make the Chili and corn muffins and everyone else brings appetizers or dessert. Thanks for the pattern.

kerrynjane said...

Super cute ornaments.

Mike and Jen said...

Thank you for sharing your talents. Such a fun project.

Gretchen said...

Great recipe! Thanks for the super cute wool project. These would make perfect hostess gifts!

Kathy in GA said...

Love the ornaments, and can't wait to try the recipe - my grown kids will love it! My daughter will probably do them as scrapbooking to share with friends, I'll do them in wool. Thank you so much, and enjoy your holidays!

Nicole said...

What a wonderful looking cookie recipe! I will be making that this year for sure. Love to hear about everyone's traditional Christmas Eve dinners. We always have cracked crab and Caesar salad!

Christie said...

What sweet ornaments. I love making little wool ornaments for the holidays. Thanks for sharing this pattern with us. It is potato soup for us on Christmas Eve, before Church and then out to drive around and look at lights. Love traditions like this. With the blizzard last year on Christmas Eve, we couldn't make it out to church, so I read the story of Jesus's birth from the Book of Luke, before opening presents. Would not have been the same without Christ in our Christmas Eve. Thanks again for the project and for the yummy Cookie Brittle recipe. HUGS... and stitches

Louise said...

I love Christmas, therefore I really enjoy reading family customs. Your cookie brittle sounds yummy. Thank you for posting the recipe.

Grandma Shell said...

Love those little ornies! And another new-to-me cookie recipe too! I'm going to miss doing this blog hopping after tomorrow. It's been greata fun.

Gwen said...

We usually make it a point to attend Church at the 11:00 P.M. service, to remember the reason for the season, and go see the adorning lights on the way home.
The recipe will be a definite addition to my recipe box. And the pattern is just adorable, thanks for sharing these with us. Seasons Greetings.

Shannon said...

What cute ornaments. Thank you for that fun craft. I am going to try the Cookie Brittle. It looks like a very yummy recipe. Thank you!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for sharing! Mary Ellen,

deb said...

Tradition is the fun part of the Holidays Thank You for all the recipes and for the Lovely pattern today Great to do with the Grandchildren

Thankful~Threads said...

Such cute ornaments! Thank you for another great project and recipe. ~Kathleen

aztel2000 said...

Thanks for the cute little ornaments and the recipe!
Karen in Breezy Point

Jen said...

Cookie brittle- YUMMY. Thanks for the ornaments too, very cute.

WvHmmngbrd said...

Wonderful giveaway! Thanks for the chance to win!

Suzanne said...

Cute ornament pattern!! thanks!!

CaraQuilts said...

What an adorable ornament! And they look easy enough to be done with my daughter

Lee said...

Thank you for the ornament pattern and the yummy recipe! making it this holiday season.
thanks for the giveaway !

Deb said...

My husband is going to love the cookie brittle. He loves anything choco chip.

I think the DGK's and I will try out the ornaments in paper. what a great project for our craft day.

luvtoquilt said...

Love your blog, Bren. The ornaments are adorable. Thanks for the chance to win!

Rita said...

thank you for hosting this blog hop -- it has really been fun to see all the cute projects and add to my cookie recipes. happy holidays to all!

James-Linda said...

SWEET RECIPE+PROJECT!
+GENEROUS GIVEAWAY TOO!
LOVE YOUR IDEAS+HINTS!
THANKS SO MUCH FOR SHARING!

jldouglas@wispwest.net

Pat said...

Cute ornaments and a great recipe.

Cecilia said...

I love your ornaments and the cookie brittle! Thanks for the giveaway.

Carol C. said...

What delightful ornaments!! I shall enjoy making them! AND, the Cookie Brittle sounds delicious! Was fun reading about your traditions -- very similar to what we do, but pizza instead of chili!
Thanks so much!

K Cotton said...

Cookie Brittle looks so delicious! I have to try this. I like these ornaments, too. Thank you.

Jodi said...

Oh those cookies look yummy! I think they need to be made with macadamia nuts too, to make them special for the holidays. Thanks for sharing.

Apple Avenue Quilts said...

Thank you so much for the project and the recipe. Both are wonderful!

baukje said...

Do not know these cookies......But they sound delicious. And the pattern is lovely. thank you

Anonymous said...

Thanks for your contribution to this fun week-long blog hop.

Mary Bordeaux
Augusta, GA

Debi said...

I think your Cookie Brittle is going to be my choice for my cookie exchange this year! The ornaments are beautiful, will be making some for sure.

Sandy said...

Those ornaments are really cute. I've never seen a recipe like this one so it'll be fun to try. Thanks.

Debbie W. said...

I think I gained weight just reading the cookie recipe. Yummy! I've been looking for ornament patterns and those two will work perfectly. Thank you.

michelle said...

I adore the wool ornaments...too funny that both you and Roseann chose wool projects for today. Wool is one of my favorties to work with--I just love the look and feel of it. Can't wait to do some of these--while munching on the cookie brittle *yum*...I am thinking these would make great title areas for my Christmas scrapbook pages this year, as well...cutting them out of my cardstock and just adding "2010" under the holly--how cute!! Thanks!! I really enjoyed reading about your traditions...very similar to my own. =)

JudyB said...

Christmas ornaments are my favorite - thanks for the yummy recipe and the project!

Martina said...

Oh my, just love your little project. So sweet! Thanks so much. Also the recipe sounds very yummy!

Martina said...

Oh my, just love your little project. So sweet! Thanks so much. Also the recipe sounds very yummy!

Sharon S said...

I think that Cookie Brittle is calling my name. Your ornaments are very nice!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the cute ornaments! All sorts of yummy recipes too! I have enjoyed looking at your blog and the pictures of market goodies! Ann in NC

Sharon W said...

Love the ornaments. I hope I can try the cookie brittle.

BeachQuilter said...

I love those ornaments, looking forward to making those! And a new cookie recipe, thank you!

BillieBee (billiemick) said...

This has been so much fun, and I love your ornament!

Thanks,

Billie

Joanna said...

I like reading about your family's traditions. Thank you for the yummy recipe and very cute patterns.

Cindi said...

Your ornaments are too cute! Thanks for sharing them with us. And I can't wait to try out that cookie recipe. Thanks again.

Sara said...

Really like those ornaments - i'll have to make them...

And, the recipe sounds so good...

nhsarab at yahoo dot com

Sinta Renee said...

Your recipe sounds wonderful. Your ornaments are really sweet... wouldn't it be fun to make some and put into Christmas cards for special friends!

roadie said...

Very cute ornament "cookies!" I love working with felt & wool. Your cookie recipe looks fabulous! Baking day is just around the corner!

Karen said...

Your ornaments are so cute - I think I will make them with my grand kids. They will love them, too. The recipe looks delicious. Thank you for sharing.

http://karenstreehousequilts.blogspot.com/

Jeneal said...

Thank you!

Donna Joy said...

Who wouldn't love cookies with a name like that. Love the ornaments, anything with wool is unique and fun for the tree.
I love to make folk art style ornaments.

Becky S. said...

I have been enjoying your yummy cookie recipes all week. Thanks for the adorable ornament pattern too!!!

Barbara said...

Those cookie bars sounds delicious! Those are definitely going on my baking list this year. I love the ornaments also and have quite a stash of wool to use up. Thanks so much for sharing, and have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

Chris@Cats On My Quilts said...

Those ornaments are so cute! I'll be making some for little gifts.

Mary said...

Going out for a drive on Christmas eve to see the lights took me back to my childhood. I grew up on a dairy farm and in order to get to Grandma's on Christmas day by noon dinner, we opened our presents on Christmas eve. Mom was always the last one out to the car for our drive to see the lights, and by a "miracle" Santa knew that we were gone and came early. lol

lisa said...

those ornaments are too cute! I have been stayign away from felt but I might have to give in on my next trip to Ben Franklins (they ahve a great fabric dept in my town)

Joni said...

The Mistletoe & Holly Ornaments are so cute! I've made a few other wool ornaments and these will be great additions. Thanks for participating and for all the good recipes!

Cynthia said...

Recipe for cookie brittle sounds VERY tempting....& your project is something my kids could take up...thanks!

Lynne said...

Thank you for the great give-away as well as your yummy recipes and wonderful insights!

Quilts And Pieces said...

Oh those ornaments are ADORABLE! Holly and Mistletoe are my favorites! My mom used to make cookie brittle! I forgot all about that! Thanks for the memory!

Quilt n Queen said...

Your cookie bars look like they are going to be a must bake for Christmas. They look delicious!!!and your Mistletoe and angel ornaments are adorable. Thanks for sharing and for the chance to win:)

allcounty said...

Cute package ties...never can go wrong using wool :) Thanks for the extra inspiration. Karin E :)

Lizzie said...

Love your ornament but it was just to high tech for me to figure out how to print out. I will enjoy others seeing others done. Have a great holiday. Lizzie

Jeannette said...

Marvelous recipe, my tins are certainly going to be full over the next few weeks

Kathy H said...

thanks for the recipe and pattern. I love to put a little decoration on top of the packages and these look like they won't take too much time.

Kay said...

What cute little ornaments to hang from packages & the cookie brittle looks wonderful. I will have to try both. Thanks for sharing them.

Doodlebug Gail said...

What cute little ornaments - I'm partial to the holly one and will definitely to making more than one - looks like a great project to have while I watch TV in the evenings and, as always, thanks for the inspiration.

Brynwood Needleworks said...

Hi Bren:
You know I love your designs! Thanks so much for the patterns for the Mistletoe and Holly Ornaments. They're wonderful.

Please include me in your drawing. My birthday is December 3rd, and I can't imagine a better surprise! Fingers crossed.
xoxo
Donna

Linda said...

Beautiful project and yummy recipe! Thanks! Sounds like a great giveaway as well.

Karen said...

I think i'll try out the cookies on my Bible Study group. Thanks for the ornament recipe, too. One of our traditions is giving our children (and each other) a new Christmas ornament each year. Pretty soon our children will take their ornaments with them and we'll have a much emptier tree!

Sandy said...

What a great cookie recipe and your project is darling. Thank you for sharing!

Cindy said...

Thanks for the cute project.

vanos said...

These ornaments are very cute. Just in time. I have an ornament swap that these will be great for! Thanks

gardener said...

Yummy, the cookie brittle recipe looks alot like bars I make. Yes, they are delicious. And for the ornaments/tags, I can see doing them in paper for gift tags. They also look a lot like decorated cookies. Would be fun to do up some cookies for special folks with decorations like that. Call me weird.

Patti said...

Your recipe sounds delicious! And we even get an added bonus from you today....thanks for the cute ornament patterns.

Puddles of Grace said...

Def going to have to make those cookies! Yum! The ornaments a darling too!

Quilt Monkey said...

What adorable ornaments! I've been drooling over your cookie recipes all week. I think there will be some cookie baking in my near future!!

Marcia said...

Your ornaments look like iced ginger cookies! Thank you for the lovely tutorial and recipe.

lynnquiltsalot said...

The Cookie Brittle sounds delicious. Love the little ornaments. They'll make adorable tags for presents.

lynnquiltsalot said...

Cute ornaments that will look adorable on presents. Thanks for the recipe.

Amy said...

Those cookies look yummy! Thanks for sharing the directions to make the ornaments. Sweet!

Wendy B said...

lovely, lovely, lovely!!!
We don't have much in the way of wool projects here in Oz (well, where I am in the tropics anyway!!) so this would be a fun easy project to try!
thanks so much for sharing....I'm really enjoying this hop!
sugary hugs
Wendy :O)

Sandi said...

I'm always looking for a new recipe and your "Cookie Brittle" is it. Sounds delicious and one that my husband would really enjoy. You know what they say...the way to a man's heart is his stomach. My version......the way to a new sewing machine is lots of good home cooking for my husband. LOL! Very cute wooly ornaments!

Beverley said...

Your recipe for Cookie Brittle is now a part of my holiday recipe stash! Can't wait to make the Mistletoe and Holly ornaments. Thank you for sharing!

cvdnurse said...

Cookie Brittle sounds like a wonderful recipe - can't wait to try it!
Susan
susie.galasso@gmail.com

Diane Pruitt said...

What cute little ornaments. Will be perfect for an ornament exchange. Thanks for pattern.

Marianne said...

Thanks for the Cookie Brittle recipe, it sounds so good!

Lesa said...

The cookies look easy and delicious.
The ornaments are really cute.
Thanks,
Lesa

quilter000 said...

Oh these are adorable and I will make a few for my gift packages. the bars look yummy and may have to try them as well thanks i hope you have a wonderful Happy Thanksgiving . Quilter000
patchall

Liz said...

What a cute project! I think I'll try making them with paper with my granddaughters help! This blog has been fun -- Thanks!

Sandielynn said...

I left a comment about an hour ago and still don't see it. Hope everything is working ok!

Julia said...

Thanks for a great project and cookie recipe. In my family, our favorite cookie was spritz cookies. Coming from a Danish background, it's no wonder we all loved those buttery cookies!! Thanks again for such a terrific blog hop.

BethN said...

Oh that recipe looks delicious! And the ornaments are cute as can be! thanks for sharing.

Tina said...

Hi Bren,
I have loved following your Mistletoe Make/Take/Bake. Your blog is truly inspirational.
Tina

lilflash24 said...

I love your Blog Bren and would love love love to win a pattern or book! Happy Holidays!

katherine_florek@mspp.edu

Becky said...

This cookie recipe looks awesome. I will definitely try this one. Thanks for sharing a family favorite. Hope that you have a fabulous holiday season!

Vicki @ DottyJane said...

Cookie Brittle sounds so good! Thanks for the cute ornament pattern and the chance to win some goodies:)

kshackabq said...

Great ornaments. Thanks for sharing your family traditions--we, too, always drove around to see the Christmas lights, usually after the Christmas pageant at church. It was a lovely reminder!

Mrs. DillyDally said...

I'm just beginning to work with wool and your beautiful ornaments look like a great project for beginners and advanced alike! Thanks! I also plan to try the cookie brittle...what a concept! Sounds delicious! Thanks again!

JANET said...

what cute ornaments. They look super fast and easy

Karen said...

I just love the cute mistletoe and holly ornaments. I'm so excited that there is so much wool in everyone's projects. The cookie recipe sounds wonderful too. Thank you so much, Karen M

Mouster1 said...

Your ornaments are mighty darn cute. Thanks for sharing them along with your delicious recipe.

Mouster1 said...

What great recipes. Thanks or sharing yours.

A Plain Path said...

Lovely ornaments! Thanks for participating and sharing!

Mouster1 said...

I look forward to trying out your cookie recipe. Thanks for having this giveaway too.

Mouster1 said...

Can't wait to try your cookie recipe bit sounds wonderful. Thanks for sharing.

Mouster1 said...

Can't wait to try your cookie recipe. Bet it's delicious. Thanks for sharing and organizing this blog.

quiltma said...

Cant wait to try the cookies. I'm going to make some of the ornaments.

Sheryl said...

Lovely project...thank you! I'm enjoying this holiday hop so much. Thank you!

Mouster1 said...

Love your blog and can't wait to try your cookie recipe. Thanks for both.

Hands Sew Full said...

Lovely Ornaments and ooohh soooo yummy looking treats! Those look like they must be eaten straight from the pan!

schmidt1016 said...

These are truly adorable ornaments! And your recipe is a must try. Thanks for some great offerings.

Leslie S. in MN
esclante at comcast dot net

Barb said...

Homemade ornaments are the best! These would be fun for beginning crafters to make. I loved helping to make decorations for our home when I was growing up. I like your recipe,too. I think there are lots for variations possible--like hazelnuts with semi-sweet chocolate chips or pecans with butterscotch chips.

Lorraine said...

This has been such a great week and there has been so much inspirations Love It

Lina said...

Oh, those ornaments are lovely. And the cookie brittle looks fun to make.

Wendy said...

Oh my goodness your brittle looks delish! I can almost feel the tummy ache from eating too much of it right now! YUM :) The ornaments are adorable ... thank you so much for making and sharing the pattern!

DutchQuilter said...

These are adorable and so easy! I want to make a bunch to put on gift packages as well as the tree.
Thanks for the recipe, too.

Anonymous said...

Love the ornaments!

Terry

Lynne Goebel said...

Thank you so much for the wonderful Cookie Brittle recipe. I can't wait to try it (with Macadamia nuts!)! Thank you also for the really cute ornament pattern. I have had so much fun with this blog hop. Thank you for participating and Happy Holidays!

Nancy said...

Reading the Christmas story from Luke is something we do every year, too, and have ever since I was a baby. Now we have our grandkids do the reading if they are celebrating with us! I love your ornaments! I've just started to work with wool, and hope to try your pattern! The Cookie Brittle sounds so good, but looks like they are soft and chewy rather than like brittle!

Nancy said...

Thought I just left a comment, but my computer is acting up, so hope this isn't a duplicate! We also read the Christmas story from Luke every year. It's so much fun to have my grandkids read it if we are with them! Love the wool ornaments and the Cookie Brittle recipe-looks like they could melt in your mouth!! Hope to try them both!

paulette said...

Too cute!! Thanks for sharing!! Love it!
paulette

MoeWest said...

Thanks for the ornaments and the recipe. I downloaded both and plan to make them. I think the ornaments would be perfect to decorate presents with. Thanks for the great giveaway too.

Anne said...

Thanks for sharing . Ornaments are really cute .

Quiltin' Sandy said...

That recipe sounds SO yummy!!! I really like the ornaments too, but best of all is that cutiepie Bailey!!1 I just love dogs!
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Nanabanana said...

Your cookies recipe looks delicious. Can't wait to try them. And I love the ornaments. Thank you!

melinda said...

I love these little ornaments. I think I will make them as gift toppers. Everyone loves a special little homemade extra!

Leah said...

Those ornaments are adorable. Thanks for sharing the pattern with us.

Karin said...

Cookie AND brittle?! Oh my! What a great combination and I can't wait to whip up a few of those cute ormaments. I think they'll be darling added to a plate of cookies for friends! Thank you so much!

VickiT said...

I just realized that I never posted yesterday yet I downloaded the recipe. oops. I'm so sorry. Your recipe looks so yummy so thank you very much.

The ornaments are adorable too. Great idea. Thank you

Jen said...

Too cute! There are a million ways you can make these, thanks for the idea!

Steph said...

Great recipe. Thanks!

Carol in E TN said...

The ornaments are adorable. I want to make some right now!

Kate said...

The recipe looks wonderful and I love the ornaments.

ytsmom said...

What a fun cookie recipe!

tranirv said...

I like to make ornaments to give out at Christmas! It is quick and inexpensive. Thanks for all the new recipes!!

Dee said...

I like to make ornaments to give out for Christmas! It is quick and inexpensive. Thank for the fun recipes!
Dee

Judy said...

Like the ornaments. Great idea also to put on a package. thank you. Judy S.

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