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Cannelle et Vanille: Bonbon Oiseau and my Candy Cane Marshmallow. Both the marshmallows and the jewelry are yummy.

defective yeti — The 2010 Good Gift Games Guide. This man knows his games, trust him.

How to make 5-pointed paper snowflakes | How About Orange.

How to Make Cinnamon Dough Ornaments + Gift Embellishments at Domestifluff. What a great idea as a new use for a traditional craft.

Gift Guide: Forest Floor Ornaments from Flora Grubb Gardens – Home By Sunset.

Delicious Hot Chocolate — Joy the Baker.

Super super inexpensive ($1.00 or less) yet clever Christmas gift ideas needed! | Ask MetaFilter.

15 Cities in Gingerbread  | Mighty Girl. Love! Seattle has an annual gingerbread village display that is worth braving the shopping hordes for a viewing. (p.s. to locals: it’s open until Jan. 1 and the line is super short post-Christmas.)

Cookie Trees: Festive and Impressive! | Apartment Therapy The Kitchn.

CakeSpy – Sweetly Intoxicating: Christmas Cookie Cocktail Recipes.

· comments [5] · 12-20-2010 · categories:christmas · links ·

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  • 1 Seanna Lea // Dec 20, 2010 at 10:11 am

    We had our holiday party this weekend, and unintentionally had what is a PA tradition at weddings: the cookie table. This, of course, makes me wish I had made a cookie tree when I was making my first gingerbread houses from scratch!

  • 2 // Dec 21, 2010 at 7:38 pm

    Those city landmarks in gingerbread are impressive. Although, I’m not sure if that was the Chrysler Building (as they said) or the Empire State Building, because King Kong was on it…

  • 3 jenney // Dec 22, 2010 at 6:21 pm

    Several years ago when my teenager was a toddler we made those cinnamon ornaments. We were pretty poor, so we didn’t even want to buy a new cookie cutter. We used the only one we already had: a heart! We punched holes in them and tied red ribbons on them and tied them to blank cards. They served as Christmas cards and we figured everyone would understand they were ornaments. Then one friend wrote us to say, “the cookie broke in the mail but it was good anyway!” yuck! Next time, we have to be more explicit!

    (we also made a bunch for ourselves and still put them on the tree every year!)

  • 4 links: christmas | lorraineda01 // Dec 24, 2010 at 11:18 am

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  • 5 Jessica // Dec 8, 2011 at 4:26 am

    cocktails + cookies = perfection! Thanks for the great round-up

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