I was SOOOOOO happy today when MY baby came home from Colorado for Christmas. By the looks of it I wasnt the only one who was missing Matty!!
My favoirte website Pinterst showed an idea for serving plates. Dollar store plates, artists with sharpie markers, bake 30 minutes at 350 and voila!! Beautiful serving plates that are handwashable. Dont you love this darling Christmas gift for the parent's?
Even Santa's hardworking helpers..the elves deserve a treat. We made these yummy elf cupcakes in ketchup cups we "borrowed" from McDonalds.
My good friend Nina is form Sweeden. She told me that today was Santa Lucia day. We had to play the part and all become Swedish todaywith our traditional Swedish headwear.
Who knew yiou could make serving plates out ofmints?? We did, becasue of Pintrest. These mint plates work great. Make the plates and eat them when you are
Nothing like a little snowman mix tofill your tummy. Pretzel arms,chip eyes and mouths, candy noses marshmallow snowballs. Delicious!
The craft-a-holics in us have been busy! Everyday we are excited to see whatwonderful creations we can come up with!
Mice with candy cane tails.....
Rudolph treat bags.......
snowmen on a stick........
clothespin tree ornaments......
It may snowthis weekend they say. The cold snap wont get here I am afraid....notin timeto save our "melting snowman" cupcales. They vanished almost as fast as the cold weather....
Speaking of vanishing....how long did the arms and legs stay on your holiday elves after they got home??