Lemon Cake Mix Cookies - Lemon Crinkle Cookies
These Lemon Crinkle cookies are delicious! Just 4 ingredients to make this easy lemon cool whip cookies recipe. The Best Cake mix cookies!
mj and i made a dozen of these yesterday. i couldn't find any plain jars, i used the quilted look jelly jars. they were the perfect size...no negative space at the top, and the look extra sparkly, but it is harder to see what the card is. -rmw
"The best recipe there ever was. It can’t be Christmas without it. 1 gallon of apple juice (100% apple juice) ½ gallon of pineapple juice 1 cinnamon stick 5 clove pieces ½ t. nutmeg 1 orange, sliced juice of 1 lemon ½ c. sugar Combine in a big pot on the stove and simmer for 2-3 hours. Or in a large crock pot for 2 hours on high, then turn to low or ‘keep warm’ and can be left on all day. (Favorite method is in the crock pot.)
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Computer issues and a tight schedule have kept me from the computer of late. Hoping this tutorial is not too late for some of you.........but then again, the design principles shown here could also be employed for interior arrangements set into floral foam. Well, enough "disclosures", let's move onto the the creation of a traditional winter arrangement My favorite is the spruce tree toppers. They add the element of height and bulk Inserted straight up, a cluster adds an instant base Dogwood…
Nut Brittle Recipe
Although peanut brittle may be the most common variety, you can also use other whole nuts such as cashews, hazelnuts, almonds, or pecans, as well as toasted pumpkin seeds. When giving as a gift, package this brittle block with cellophane, and include a small hammer and bow.
Rolled Paper Tree Tutorial (she: Kimberly)
Using scraps of wrapping paper, you can whip up a rolled paper tree in minutes! Attach to decorative paper and insert into a frame, and voila! You're done!
"RECYCLE" Old greeting cards by using them to decorate mason jar tops then fill with cake or cookie mix!! Makes a great little Christmas gift!
Guest post by Cori Kindred cori kindred here again! it's about this time of year (between the twinkle of the holidays and the full-blown splendor of spring) that i find myself *craving* color (the same way i crave chocolate and / or potato chips at about 3:30pm pretty much every afternoon). so i found some images to hopefully tide me over until spring really is here. a diy pompom garland ~ how pretty would this look hanging... well absolutely anywhere! (from honestly... wtf) i'm in love with…