Robyn, you weren't kidding! This is simply amazing! You are a machine! Your baking is really impressive. And I love the ribbons and tags.So glad you're having fun. But I'm somewhat afraid to ask: What happens to you AFTER Christmas is over? ;)
You mean, do I crash and burn? January is all about cleaning out the excess from Christmas. And, I am planning on starting my city quilt in January. Don't you worry, Little Lamb, the crafting will go on.
MMMM!!! I LOVE turtle cookies!
Eric and I are loving the gingerbread. I may have to get that recipe.Your ribbons and decorations turned out great! So pretty.
Has your kitchen cooled off in days. YOur presentation is beyond beautiful!! The substance looks pretty awsome as well!!
Robyn! It's been too long. I have to reiterate what so many before me have said...you are amazing! Everything looks perfect! Btw, where do you get the clear wrappings for the breads and the boxes for the other baked goods? I could use some!Hellos to the whole family. Maybe we can grab coffee someday soon.
Hey Jackie! I would love to catch up too!The bread is just in plastic baggies that I taped shut under the loaf. The little boxes I got at a place in my neighborhood called Choc-Oh-Lot Plus. It's a candy making store. I love it!Hope all is well with you!
Okay, every time I open the blog and see the picture of those loaves of bread, my cheeks hurt from salivating. I think it's almost to the point where I'm willing to turn on the oven and bake some. Is it really hard? Will you share the recipe?
Look at all those boxes!!! It really is amazing, Robyn. I don't know how you do it. I feel tired from thinking about it.In fact, I think I need to go lay down.;)
How do you not weigh 500 lbs?
Little lamb!!! Baa-a-a-a-a-! :)
(And yes, I'm going to comment on all 12,000 of these back blogs) :) :) :)
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