Dec 19

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Christmas Cookies

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Happy Thursday! :)

Today’s post is short and sweet…

Just want to wish you lots of love and happiness this holiday season…

and share the Christmas cookies I made for the families of Myles and his main crew, Joe and Brent, who have changed this,

into this (so far), and who will be renovating our kitchen in the new year. (Um, I’m just a LITTLE excited). They’re doing an amazing job, and I can’t wait to say thanks in a small way with some Christmas cookies (it’s a good thing they don’t read my blog ;-) ).

Had lots of fun making these too… Decorating them brought me to my happy place (does decorating do that for you?), and I was inspired by so many of my favorite cookie artists for the designs.

Thanks to Bridget of Bake at 350 and Martha for the candy cookie idea…

To Gail of One Tough Cookie for the Christmas tree idea…

and to Eleni’s New York for the reindeer idea!

They’re all packed and ready to go in these super cute boxes I found at Zehrs (Local grocery store).

Hope you’re enjoying the holiday preparations!

Wishing you peace and happiness,

xo,

Marian

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  1. Caroline Hawley
    November 25, 2013 at 9:38 am | Permalink
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    Hi, do you perhaps have a cookie recipe that I could use. I am going to try and make biscuits for the family this christmas.

    • marian
      November 25, 2013 at 9:48 am | Permalink
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      Absolutely, Caroline! If you look at the top of the site, click on Recipes, and cookie recipes is the first category. Wait a minute for the site to load, and you’ll see the words, “See More” after the first 3 recipes, and clicking on that will load all of them.

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