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December 19, 2019

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Donna

You may find sprinkles for another six months, but you'll have great memories of making cookies with your granddaughter that will last longer than six months! You're lucky to have her living so close by.
Since my husband and I live in western Canada, my Christmas shopping and wrapping is finished by early December because I mail everything to the east coast and want to ensure that it reaches everyone in time for Christmas. I've been told that I should order online and have everything shipped directly, but secretly, I love wrapping gifts!
That wool kit is adorable and I would love a tutorial on making the triangle pouches.

Debbie Martin

Merry Christmas ❣️After the holidays I would love to see your pics on the bags

Mary Kastner

Merry Christmas Nicole. ENjoy every minute!
Mary

Gwen

Awesome looking spritz cookies. Mine never seem to be that consistent, especially after the first batch. Any tricks for getting them onto the cookie sheet?

Stephani in N. TX

Christmas prep is winding down, a few gifts to wrap still. Don't need to bring food this year to family gathering so there's a break. Love your little bags, might like to see how that's done, especially with such a tiny zipper. Hope your Christmas is perfect, and feel sure it will be with both your son and daughter in the picture. Thanks again for your wonderful blog. Merry Christmas to you and yours.

Jayne

I'd love the tutorial - but you get all your chilling done first - there's plenty of time in the new year for tutorials. Merry Christmas!

Vicki

Totally frazzled. Not enough time. We travel. OK, it's a cruise, which is lovely, don't get me wrong. Baking cookies with your granddaughter sounds wonderful! And a tutorial on those cute little bags would be just swell! Wishing you a Merry Christmas! And the happiest of New Year's!

Jan

I can't think of anything better than baking cookies & helping Eva with her Christmas gifts. Then, Ahren arriving? You're a lucky mom & grandma! Be sure to give Ozzie a merry Christmas treat from all of his fans! Yes, please...I'd love to see that triangle bag tutorial once the confetti settles after the New Year!

Cathy McMann

There are two parts to the Christmas schedule:
1. I have lots of time.
2. Oh no!

It is always a bit of sprint for me in the last few days, but at least we're having fun!

Sally

Making cookies with Eva -- what could be better? And glad to hear that everyone will be home for Christmas! Have a wonderful time during the next week with all your loved ones and all the fun, food, and memories that will bring!

ChristieB

I would love to see your tutorial on making those cute little pouches (after Christmas). Tree spritz cookies are our favorite Christmas cookies. Haven't made them yet, cuz we would just eat them all before we can get together with the kids and share. Christmas HUGS... and merry stitches!

Sally

Ha Ha, I forgot to add that with both Ahren and Sara around, your N.O.E.L. stocking hangers will be moved around to all sorts of combinations! It will be an "Anagram-Fest!"

Ina

o.m.g. those triangle pouches are adorable! I am sick so I have done nothing for a solid week. oh, well. hopefully, I'll be well for xmas cause I really want to open a bottle of champagne and have a nice meal.

enjoy your son's visit!

Linda Kay Smith

When you have time after Christmas, please consider a tutorial on the little triangle zipper bags. They look like they could be fun to make. Merry Christmas to you and your family!

Sue Johnson

Merry Christmas! Your little triangle pouches are adorable. Great idea to put lobster clips on them. I use mine to separate my small knitting notions. You've inspired me to make a few more. The cookies you made with Eva look wonderful and the tins look just perfect. The kit looks fun and perfect for putting on display for winter.

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