Friday, December 20, 2013

One Last Holiday Gift Giving: Homemade Love

Thank you for joining me in my Holiday Gift Giving series.  I hope you've enjoyed reading about some of my favorites this Christmas season.  In case you missed any of them, here's a full list:

2013 Holiday Gift Giving:

Well, it's December 20th: if you've waited this long to shop, plan on paying more for shipping than the gift itself or spending all weekend in packed malls.  But wait! I have an alternative!  Make something homemade!  These recipes for cookies, bars, and even home decor will be sure to make your friends and family smile.  Here what I'll be giving to friends and family next week as well as putting in this year's world famous cookie tray:
1. Cookie cutter fudge
2. Mint chocolate chip cookies
3. Cake batter rice krispie treats
4. Winter evergreen arrangements
5. Cinnamon ornaments
6. Sweet and Salty bark
7. Oreo truffle cupcakes
8. Chocolate covered pretzels

My favorite on this list is definitely the cinnamon ornaments.  
As you can see below, I'm been making them forever! 

What are you making for Christmas goodies this weekend?

5 comments:

Nichole said...

Chocolate covered pretzels are THE best! Love your list of tasty treats!

Heather @ From Here to There said...

Mint Chocolate Chip cookies sound AMAZING! I've never heard of saltine bark, but it looks delicious and I love all other types of bark! And chocolate covered pretzels are my jam!

Kristina said...

I still have the cinnamon ornament you sent me last year hanging on my tree!!! It still smells so pretty!!

Amanda Rose said...

I want to make cinnamon ornaments this year, but I don't think I'll have time! These treats all look so yummy, though. I would love for you to share this post on my Recipe Writers Christmas Cookie Link Up!

http://www.sewmuch2say.com/2013/12/recipe-writers-christmas-cookie-link-up.html

Amanda Rose
sewmuch2say.com

SMD @ lifeaccordingtosteph said...

I really need to make an effort to do the cinnamon ornaments next year.

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