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January 10, 2013



What cute cookies!
I came to the same conclusion about making gifts a long time ago--it adds much to much to the stress level and tends to ruin the fun. But I am going to try those ornaments--thanks for the tip.
Glad you're blogging!


You didn't say the tutorial is in Danish!


This is off topic of this post, but did you ever finish your woodland Christmas tree theme from 2009? I love the owl pattern you shared, but I haven't seen any others and I think they are really neat!


Your cookies are adorable! I'm totally jealous...we have to just use store-bought cookies for class parties :(
I just popped over from pinterest because of your construction party. Loved it! My son has requested a builder party this year, so I'm starting to gather ideas. I got a ton of good ones from you. Thank you!

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