Thursday, December 6, 2012

Teresa Collins Christmas Tags PLUS Giveaway!


 Need some last minute gift tags?  Check out the new Teresa Collins digital Christmas designs!  Here are the packs I used to make these tags:

Teresa Collins Christmas Sentiments:

 Teresa Collins Deck the Halls:
These packs are used in the new free, online program called the Cricut Craft Room.  For more details on the Cricut Craft Room, click HERE.
 Close up of the tags above and below.  I used glitter paper for the berries.
Here is a link to the Cricut Craft Room file to download:  Teresa Collins Xmas Tags

I did make and cut the file using the Cricut Mini so that is the mat size shown.  If you need to change that for a different machine, in the Craft Room, go to the Options menu on the left hand side of the mat, and under Project, you can change the mat size and machine you are using.

And now for the GIVEAWAY!!

One person will win both the Cricut Snow Folks and the Cricut Snow Day cartridges!
Snow Folks

Snow Day


How can you win?

1) Leave a comment below letting me know what your favorite holiday dessert is to make.  Mine are ginger crinkles (see recipe below).
2) Subscribe or follow the blog.

That's it!  Winner to be announced on Sunday, December 10, 2012.

Ginger Crinkles (from BH&G cookbook):

2-1/4 cups all purpose flour
2 tsp baking soda
1 tsp ground ginger
1 tsp ground cinnamon
1/2 tsp ground cloves
1/4 tsp salt
1 cup packed brown sugar
3/4 cup shortening or cooking oil
1/4 cup molasses
1 egg

granulated sugar to roll cookies in

Preheat over to 375.  Stir together the first six ingredients. Combine remaining ingredients and beat well.  Add dry ingredients to wet, beating well. Form 1-inch balls and roll in granulated sugar, if desired.  Place 2 inches apart on ungreased cookie sheet.  Bake about 10 minutes.  Makes 48.

If they get too crunchy, you can heat them in the microwave to soften them.  But I like to dunk the super crunchy ones in coffee or milk.

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176 comments:

  1. i don't really make desserts, but i do like to bake cookies at christmas time. thanks for a great giveaway. i'm a long time follower.

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  2. My favorite dessert to make (and eat!) is chocolate swirl cheesecake! It is so, so good. :)

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  3. Pretty tags! I love to make and eat Nanaimo bar...yum! Lee-Ann :)

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  4. Date nut pinwheel cookies are my favorite. But I love most holiday desserts. Anything made with cranberries. Thanks for the chance to win this giveaway.

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  5. Thanks for the recipe...I will try it. I like to make my Grandma's fudge recipe every year at Christmas. It is just a plain old recipe but it is written in her hand so it tastes extra special. Thanks for the chance to win the giveaway.

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  6. Do cookies count?! Every year my son and I make his special Birthday/Christmas - soft and chewy ginger cookies. We have done it for the last 10yrs (he'll be 16 this year). Love sharing that time with him! <3

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  7. I love to make sugar cookies!

    Carla from Utah

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  8. I love making Chex Mix and I've been told I make the best in all the land!

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  9. my favorite desert is pumpkin pie and egg nog. mmmm

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  10. I make Pizzelle Cookies during the Christmas holidays. They are made using a waffle like machine & are flavored with anise.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

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  11. My favorite Christmas cookie is an almond flavored press cookie. Yummy!!! I love your tags! Very festive!!

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  12. sugar christmas cookies are my favorite!

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  13. Beautiful tags. My favorite is a tie between snicker doodles and Cherry cheesecake pie.

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  14. I love to make a roll out sugar cookie recipe that uses powdered sugar and is incredibly soft and melts in your mouth.

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  15. i love German Lebkuchen cookies. Ever since our visit there to all the Christmas markets and tasting them i've been hooked. The taste is amazing with all the lovely spices yummyyyyyy!!

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  16. Spritz cookies are probably my favorite. Thanks for the ginger cookie recipe.

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  17. I make a sugar/cream cheese cookie with cream cheese frosting...yum!

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  18. I love My Mom's Gingersnap Cookies! They are so good & remind me of Christmas whenever she makes them. I love your tags. They are so cute!
    amyfj1@comcast.net

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  19. Mine is sugar cookies. I always wait till my kids come home and we do them together, it's a tradition.

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  20. Love your tags. Favorite dessert probably would be cherry pie or apple pie. I am a follower of your blog

    mimicaro9650 at yahoo dot com
    http://whodatscrapper.blogspot.com

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  21. My favorite Holiday dessert is Glazed Cranberry Mini-Cakes from Hersey's Best Loved Recipes Book. I already follow your blog. Have a great evening:)

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  22. I love to bake cookies with my family in all sorts of shapes such as stockings, snowflakes, and gingerbread men (of course!) then we decorate them in which ever way we want. When they're done, we all enjoy our creations and eat them up ;)

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  23. Red Velvet Cheesecake is my favorite holiday dessert! Thanks for sharing your cookie recipe, I can't wait to try it. My MIL makes a 'Molasses Crinkle" cookie for the holidays that is very similar to your recipe and I LOVE those too!!

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  24. Oh! Also, those are some beautiful gift tags and those seem delicious! Can't wait to try the recipe out :)

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  25. My favorite holiday goodie is an old family recipe handed down for generations .. Nut Strudel. I'm drooling just thinking about it! lol Thanks for sharing your adorable tags! I am currently following your blog. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  26. HHmmmmm... I think I will have to go with those fun corn flake wreaths made out of melted marshmallows.YUM

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  27. Love the tags! Heading to CCR to make some right away! My favourite dessert is sugar cookies. Pain in the bum to make but oh so yummy!!!!!! Would love to win the two cartridges. Thanks for the chance!
    TeacherMom
    gaudet5 at rogers dot com

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  28. I was ready to cut that tag out for my layout last night and then decided not to use it! I love the look of the tag. The ribbon you used looks fabulous with your set of tags!

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  29. MMMMMMMMMMMMMM, you recipe sounds yummy. Love the tags:)) My favorite dessert to make around the Holidays is Death by Chocolate, it is requested EVERY year. Soooooo good. Chocolate cake, coolwhip, chocolate pudding and Heathbar pices. mix it all together. Merry Christmas, and by the way, Those cartridges for the giveaway are on my bucket list of tapes to get before I die. love them!
    cathyplus5.blogspot.com

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  30. My great-grandmother's Kringla is a favorite for our family.

    Thanks for the giveaway

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  31. No one would want to eat any desserts I make. I so totally didn't the cooking gene. lol.
    Love frosted sugar cookies tho. good thing my daughter did get that gene.
    dmcardmaker (AOL)

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  32. my fav is sugar cookies :) thanks for the chance to win
    -jamie
    babyblueangel_30@yahoo.com

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  33. I love to make my favorite stump cake!!! Think Yule log but in a cooler shape! I am a faithful follower!!!

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  34. I love to make my great grandmas sugar cookies. My dad and I used to make them together when I was a young child, such great memories. My dear husband said he would make them with me this year so I will be making new great memories!

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  35. Those cookies seem delicious! My favorite Holiday dessert to make is Cherry Cheesecake! I know, i know, it's not really a Holiday dessert, but in our family, it's a tradition :)

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  36. I love to make a croquenbuche. Love to make it, eat it but clearly not spell it!
    Molasses cookies are the favorites in this house.

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  37. Thank you for the Crinkles recipe!

    My favorite dessert to make is a Bohemian Poppyseed Cake. It was my grandmother's recipe and it's a must have at every Thanksgiving AND Christmas.

    lisaberkery@gmail.com

    P.S. I'm also a subscriber. :)

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  38. Very cute tags--love the striped ribbon. My favorite holiday dessert is brown sugar cutouts--it is my mom's recipe.

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  39. I usually make peanut brittle for my hubster. He can eat a whole batch by himself...LOL

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  40. I love the tags. I make a turtle cheesecake that is amazing. Everyone requests it during the holidays.
    Megan H.
    mhcards@embarqmail.com

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  41. My favorite dessert for Christmas is Italian Creme Cake! YUMMY!

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  42. Chocolate Covered Cherry cookies are a must at Christmas. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  43. My family insists that I make several pumpkin pies each holiday season -- it's tradition!

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  44. My favorite Holiday dessert is Claxton fruitcake. I have not seen any yet this season.
    Thank you for the chance to win those fabulous cartridges.

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  45. My favorite holiday dessert to make are cookie dough chocolate truffles.
    Yum!!
    juliew50@ymail.com

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  46. Your crinkles sound marvelous! My favorite thing to make for Christmas or the holidays is really an ordinary dish that I should do more often but it's a seven layer pea salad. I put it in a trifle pedastal bowl and double the layers, making it a 14 layer salad...it is sooo pretty in the bowl! http://www.cooks.com/rec/view/0,1943,149164-230205,00.html

    I am a follower and subscriber

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  47. I love these bold graphic tags! They look easy to put together too.
    Thank you for the recipe. I like to make Mexican Wedding cookies, (sometimes called "Snowballs"), with my daughters. Then we package them, make bag toppers and give them to our neighbors. Thanks for the opportunity to win!

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  48. I would love to get these cartridges. I could use them all winter long, and in northern Michigan, the winter can be quite long. For Christmas, it will sound strange, but my favorite dessert to make is brownies - from a box. I "alter" the recipe a little bit, and everyone says they are the best they've ever tasted. So for a small Christmas gift, I'll take a small basket, and add brownies, as well as a couple of other treats. Friends really like them.

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  49. Every Christmas Eve we make
    cream cheese sugar cut-out cookies and then deocorate them that evening. I have done this when I was growing and now have passed this on to my family. Great tradition!
    plpalarue@aol.com

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  50. Oh I love to make mint brownies and truffles (never to much choclate!) I would love to win the cartridges!

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  51. Merry Christmas...my holiday favorite dessert is a spice cake. In Atlanta, GA it is called Japanesse Fruit Cake. No one, today, knows how it got it name.

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  52. My gosh...those are the most adorable tags I've seen yet this year. I love ginger so I will be copying your recipe for my holiday baking this year. My family's favorite is snickerdoodles, while my grandsons love a peanut butter and peanut butter cup concoction I made from a recipe I found on pinterest...Now, thanks to you, I have another great recipe to add to my baking list.
    Tanya T.

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  53. My favorite Christmas dessert is Peanut Butter Balls and they are so easy to make and only 3 ingredients!

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  54. My favorite is making my own candy bars, I also love sugar cookies, seems like it isn't Christmas till I've baked a batch of sugar cookies.

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  55. Wow. you posted just in time for me. I have the presents wrapped and today I was going to start working/making tags for all those presents. So I am off to CCR for those tags. Thanks for the help.

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  56. My favorite Christmas goodies is 3 C bread. It is has cherries, carrots and coconut in it and baked in small cans. So so good

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  57. I forgot my favorite dessert - double decker pumpkin pie.

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  58. I love making cookies and fudge for the holidays.

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  59. I just love making Mexican Wedding Cakes, they are so yummy!!! Thanks for the great giveaway and I just love the tags you made.

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  60. I can't wait for the granddaughter to come over next weekend to bake cookies. So much fun!!!
    turtlelover@firehousemail.com

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  61. I dont cook or bake any more. and if the urge to do so hits me, I just lie down until it goes away!

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  62. Cute tags! I've never made my own tags ~ maybe I'll have time to work on them throughout the year and have them ready for Christmas 2013!!
    My favorite Christmas dessert is pecan pie ~ I like to make the mini ones that you do in the mini muffin cups ~ my mom always called them Love Nests. They're pretty easy and so delicious!

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  63. We have a cookie walk at church and I usually make coconut macaroons with mini M & Ms. So festive.

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  64. I have a knock-off recipe for Almond Roca that I make every year for Christmas. The recipe couldn't be easier, and YUM!

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  65. Our favorite is definitely buckeyes; those chocolate and peanut butter balls that my kids beg for throughout the year although I do try to keep it to Christmas time. Everyone always expects me to bring them to every holiday pitch-in and I don't mind obliging.

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  66. My favorite things to make are peanut blossom cookies, mock toffee, and these candy items with no name - white chocolate with rice krispies and spanish peanuts! Your cookies sound good - may have to try them if time permits! And love the tags! Thanks.

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  67. I have just about quit baking but when I do I make Potato candy and Cherry Pie.

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  68. Oh "JOY" your tags turned out so awesome I always love your creations they just have special "sumpin" "sumpin" about them so it was such a treat to find a "JOY-ful" craft today!!

    yummy cookie recipe....thanks!!

    I must add a very generous give away too.

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  69. Awesome tag. And the ribbon is so cute. My favorite is peppermint bark!

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  70. Love all your idea's and hope i can win one of these cart's. My favorite holiday dessert is alway's making christmas cut out cookies. :)

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  71. My favorite thing to bake during the holidays is Apple Bread, baked in a coffee can so it will be round or as I like to say a log. Thanks for sharing those lovely tags.

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  72. I celebrate Hanukkah so our traditional dessert is Jelly doughnuts or anything else fried in oil. It really is an awesome holiday :)

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  73. Thank you for the great sounding recipe, I will give it a go today! My favorite is the traditional pumpkin pie, wouldn't be Christmas Dinner without it!

    Blessings,

    Melitta Ball
    canadianpapershaper@gmail.com

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  74. My favorite and my families favorite cookie is called Fudge Puddles. They have a peanut butter cookie exterior and a fudge center. Yum!

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  75. Thanks for this fabulous post today--first for sharing the news of the Craftroom files available, second for sharing your project and third for the recipe. Our standard dessert in our family is a tray of assorted Christmas cookies that I bake every year. I'm just starting my Christmas baking now and may try your recipe.

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  76. Cute, cute tags.
    When I was younger my mom made lots of Christmas cookies. I guess my favorite is Spritz. I have such fond memories. When I bake now,
    especially at Christmas, it is a two headed sword. I miss her terribly but the Christmas baking memories are just wonderful.
    Thanks for a chance to win.
    Mary O'Neal redpupper@aol.com

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  77. I love those tags and the TC cuts are great. TFS. My favorite holiday treat is fudge and Christmas caramels. Yum.

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  78. Mmmmmm, there are quite a few. Mint chocolate chip meringues, red and green jello poke cake, pound cake,sugar cookies, fudge, the list goes on. Your cookies sound so good.
    Love your tags with the cute striped bows!
    Pam
    scrap-n-sewgranny.blogspot.com

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  79. We make good old fashioned chocolate chip cookies! Yum!

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  80. HOw kind, and what fun these cartridges will be if I can win

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  81. I like to make No Bake cookies -everyone loves them so at Christmas they become a special treat - I would love to win both of those Cricut Cartridges - as I do not own them - thanks for the opportunity - The tags are a very pretty project - I have not been to the Circuit Craftroom - I am still using my Gypsy. Enjoy your day! Gail

    http://ilikepaper01.blogspot.com/

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  82. My family insists on my Frosted Banana Cookies. They go "bananas" over them. Thanks for your blogs. I enjoy them every day!

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  83. We don't have a favorite. We change up our desserts every year. I get the most requests for cheesecakes though.

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  84. My favorite Christmas dessert is Red Velvet Cake. It's not Christmas without it. Love to win these cartridges! Love these tags.

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  85. My daughter and I make chocolate peanut butter cookies. They are easy, taste good and get gone fast.. My granny would make them with me. She called them preacher cookies or cow Patties..I'm enjoying looking at your designs. Would love towin the cartridges

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  86. Love these tags. Our traditional holiday treat is Poppy Seed Bread - a roll of yeast bread with sweet poppy seed filling. Yummy. I make 6 loaves - 1 for each of 3 kids to take home, 2 to share and 1 for my husband and I to test :). Thanks for chance to win fun cartridges.

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  87. Oh Wow..thanks for a chance at a great giveaway...both of those carts are so cute!! My favorite holiday dessert is pumpkin roll..it is so delish!!

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  88. Cookies, especially Almond Crescents. Thank you for the chance to winsuch a lovely gift.

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  89. I love TollHouse Cookies anytime.

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  90. My favorite Christmas dessert are the Peanut Butter Blossom cookies; my Nana used to make them every year, and only at Christmas time! Also, anything CHOCOLATE will do! ;) ~Kathy

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  91. My favorite to make (and eat!) is White Trash. Sounds gross but it's not. There may be other names for it, I started making it about 15 or so years ago and I have pictures (top scrap someday!) of my son sitting on the table "helping" me make it.

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  92. I bake five different Christmas candies that I giveaway at Christmas to friends and family. They were ones we made for neighbors as I grew up. It is a tradition I kept and passed to my boys and one we enjoy doing every year.

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  93. I love to make basic spritz cookies!

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  94. Sugar cookies. Also a snack mix called "Magic Reindeer Food", my daughter and her friends love it!

    Carol

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  95. Rose said...
    Love Your Tags!Thanks for the Ginger Crinkles Cookie recipe & a chance to win these 2 awesome carts.Our favorite is Magic cookie Bars(from Eagle Brand- c.milk)my son love them,he loves chocolate chips & COCONUT!
    Rosebud222222222

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  96. My favorite dessert is my pumpkin cake, made from fresh pumpkin. It's very moist and serves a lot of people. Must be made from fresh pumpkin.

    Thanks for sharing the tags.

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  97. I really love these bright, festive tags! My favorite holiday dessert is a special cherry pie that my whole family loves. It starts with 2 cans of tart Oregon cherries (unsweetened in water). It's an expensive pie to make (the cherries can cost $5 per can) but it's soooooo delicious. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  98. At the holidays we like to eat a dessert from my mother's native country--flan.

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  99. Thanks for sharing, can't wait to try your crinkles. I love to bake and have 2 special treats everyone keeps asking for, Pumpking Raisin Oatmeal Cookies and Peanut Butter Pie. Would love to win these 2 cartridges, I love the snowmen and guess I need another way to make them since we have no snow yet in Michigan. Thanks again!

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  100. My family always wants my Christmas sugar cookies made with sour-cream and a touch of lemon. BUT MORE THAN THOSE, we ALWAYS have Baked French Toast. It is put together the day before and then baked while we "do stockings" on Christmas morn. It is yummy, sweet, and warm...just right with fruit and hot coffee for our chilly Michigan morning. It is ready by the time we are done with stockings, so we have a yummy breakfast and then open presents. One of our traditions. :)

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  101. My favorite dessert to make for the holidays is divinity. Your cookies sound yummy! Love the tags you made.

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  102. We don't do many desserts but love a good sugar cookie. My 29 year old and her friends have a decorating contest!

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  103. Cute tags. Thanks for the giveaway. I would love to have them both. My favorite dessert to make is a lemon icebox pie. Delish!

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  104. My favorite dessert (candy) to make for Christmas is coconut balls. I could supply the receipe (lol). Really cute tags!!
    Mstgane
    Ann

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  105. My favorite thing to make at Christmas is homemade "Moose Munch". I make homeade caramel and add white chocolate, nuts, and cherries to popcorn. The neighbors love it! Thanks for sharing with us and for the chance to win such a cool prize!

    Debra Hudson
    onecraftygirl2010@hotmail.com

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  106. love the tags, favorite dessert is a strawberry pretzel
    upnurse at aol dot com

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  107. Well, I love to make different things but 1 of my favorites [and everyone elses] is peanut butter balls. I also make a popcorn treat that is really good. Thanks for the chance to win. I love getting your emails. Never know what goodies you will find!
    thanks

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  108. My daughter and I always do chocolate and peanutbutter fudge, don't know if it's the fudge or the making it with my daughter that is so special!! Loving the use of the CCR makes holiday crafting so much easier, thanks!!
    Cindy

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  109. My kid's favorite Christmas desserts is Corn Flake Candy, my daddy's is Tiger Butter! I make lots of favorites for everybody! Can't wait to try your cookies!

    bdcampers@msn.com

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  110. Long time follower! I must have 2 cookies on Christmas morning - chocolate crackles and peanut butter kiss cookies! Been making them for about 28 years!
    Thanks for the chance at the cartridges!
    Teresa
    www.createenjoyshare.blogspot.com

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  111. Holiday Peppermint Barks

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  112. Great tags! My favorite dessert to make is Blueberry cheesecake bars..yummmm!I only make them at Christmas time other wise I will eat all of them. Thanks for the chance to win 2 awesome cartridges and for the recipe. Long time follower.

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  113. Cute and simple tags, great for gifts!!! I don't really bake but I love so many deserts, probably Sweet Potato Pie would have to be my favorite!

    mzcherub at gmail dot com

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  114. Our favorite cookies to make are fudgie no-bakes. Hubby looks forward to Christmas just because I won't make them any other time of the year, due to my inability to control myself when around a batch, lol.

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  115. Hello Joy,

    My favorite desert to make is My Friendship cake. I keep one for my family and we give the other two away as gifts. Thanks for the great giveaway. I am a long time follower.

    Luria

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  116. Orange slice cookies. I got the recipe from my husband's aunt a few year's back. They have chopped up orange slice candy in them. The aunt is a food demo person at a store in Nashville and she got the recipe as one of her demos.

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  117. My favorite dessert is cherry pie. I love it and homemade Pecan Pie made from the old Betty Crocker.

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  118. The gift tags are beautiful!! I like to make a simple dessert called Strawberry Dessert. It's like a strawberry mousse with chunks of strawberry in it. Everyone enjoys it, it's light and refreshing.

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  119. I had to think about it but my favorite dessert is a true Yule Log. I love the sponge cake with whipped filling. Of course you can't forget a bit of Cointreau for the grown ups.

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  120. Thanks for the chance to win these wonderful cartridges! Love the tags!

    Sandy

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  121. My Husbands peanut brittle, YUM!!!

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  122. My favorite Christmas dessert ito make is red velvet cupcakes. And peppermint bark as an easy gift to make!

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  123. My favorite Christmas dessert is gingerbread cookies i love them!!!

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  124. During the holidays, I love to make pumpkin pies...ummm so good! I love the tags made with the Teresa Collins cart.

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  125. I love to make pecan sandies at Xmas time. Even though you can make them anytime, I seem to always use them as a special treat at the holidays.

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  126. I love to make Chocolate Pies :)

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  127. My favourite dessert is hummingbird cake . Thanks for the chance t win and fr the recipe.

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  128. I love to make chocolate sheath cake. It reminds me of my Grammy. She used to make it for all the holidays.

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  129. Love sugar cookies and gingerbread men. Also love nut kolachi! and I really love snowmen. Love the cartridge!

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  130. sugar cookies with lots of sprinkles. I am an old time follower! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  131. scrappin with a schnauzerDecember 7, 2012 at 6:14 PM

    love your tags tfs I don't make holiday desserts but I do love them I think my fav is 7-up cake.

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  132. One of my favorites is good old molasses cookies. They are so good and always a special treat when I make them. Thanks for the chance to win...I don't have either one of these cute cartridges.

    mb6464@hotmail.com
    marciasmemories.blogspot.com

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  133. I love my mom's Candy Cane cookies! They taste like vanilla, not peppermint lol

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  134. I love all kinds of christmas cookies. I can't wait to start baking. Thanks for the chance to win.

    Natalie W

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  135. My favorite is the traditional cut out sugar cookies decorated with simple vanilla frosting!

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  136. I'm already a follower! Thanks for the chance to win a fabulous prize! Love the tags you made!
    My favorite holiday dessert... cheesecake! I only make it once a year and it is so good!
    DeniseB

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  137. I usealy make Rice cake for holiday. My kids like it.

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  138. I LOVE the tags...they are too, too cute. Thanks for the chance to win the cartridges. My favorite dessert is Black Cherry Jello Salad. The 'secret' ingredient is Coca Cola. My kids don't think it's Christmas (or Thanksgiving or Easter) without it.

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  139. My favorite christmas dessert is fruit cake cookies, made with the dried citrus fruits. I can eat them till I am sick and since I am the only one that loves them, Iget to eat the whole batch. Yum

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  140. I love these tags! They are so cute. I will have to make some for my gifts! My favorite Christmas dessert is just plain old iced sugar cookies

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  141. Really love your tags and your posts....I am not one for desserts but my husband makes a cherry cheese cake and I finally tasted it and now it is hard not to take a bit each time I cut a piece for visitors! Its actually easy to make, no cooking involved!

    Merry Christmas and Happy Hsnukah to all!

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  142. I love the tags and the cartridges are so cute. My favorite dessert is date and nut cake with cream cheese frosting.
    sekala45@roadrunner.com

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  143. Awe those tags are so cute! Sand Tart cookies are a Christmas favorite at our house. Thanks for a chance to win

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  144. These tags are so bright and cheery! Thanks for the ideas.
    Your recipe for ginger crinkles looks great, my hubby loves gingerbread!
    I really enjoy making shortbread dipped in chocolate, the buttery taste is unbeatable! Thanks Joy!

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  145. Love the tags. I enjoy making peanut butter cookies for my grandsons. They are gone befor the next batch is ready to go into the oven.
    Hugs, CyndiU
    cureta2@yahoo.com

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  146. Ooooh, a new recipe!!! I like making all kinds of cookies in winter!


    rissaflor atyahoo dotcom

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  147. I love to make melt in your mouth shortbread cookies!

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  148. Ever since I was a child my Grandmother always made a super tasty Jello Nut Salad desert. The recipe has no resemblance to salad in any way because it is made from Strawberry Jello, Strawberries, Walnuts, and Sour Cream. Sadly, my Grandmother has passed on,but this desert still makes it to our dinners because my Sister carries on the tradition of making this yummy desert for both Christmas and Thanksgiving. With every new generation of family members, this desert has continued to hold its place at our dinner table.

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  149. My My favorite dessert is a plain ole choc chip cookie with nuts. YUMMMM with a glass of milk. so yummy and soothing.

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  150. Oh, I would love the winter cartridges! And how appropriate, since we got 3" of snow yesterday!
    Our favorite at Christmastime is Rosettes. My husband had the Norwegian heritage, so he makes them, and I add the sugar. Kids are always asking when do we get rosettes!

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  151. My favorite dessert to make is Pecan Pies because it is so easy to make them, and they always come out perfect. Never a problem. Wish all things were like that!

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  152. I love to make sugar roll out cookies and decorate them.

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  153. My absolute favorite holiday dessert to make is a creamy, cinnamon flan. :) It always tastes like home but can be super addicting.

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  154. The tags ate very nice. But i love love love snowmen - they are the best thing about winter. I hate the cold so snowmen get me thru. Would so enjoy winning the snowman cartridges.
    Blessings to you and your this holiday season!
    Indiana Gram Karen

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  155. great tags!! Love the boldness of them!

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  156. Great Tags!! my fav is pecan pie. thanks for the chance!

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  157. My favorite is Triple Chocolate Slices. The base is choc chips & coconut melted into a crust & thickened with graham crackers. The middle layer is 1/2 box of vanilla pudding & powdered sugar mixed into a thick frosting...milk just for moisture. The top layer is melted choc chips with chopped walnuts.MMMMM
    ...they are sooo good!!! Family recipe as far as I know.

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  158. I love these tags!

    My favorite holiday dessert is my Italian Cream Cake! It is a family favorite!

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  159. My favorite is rice pudding!! Especially the way my grandma used to make it!!

    Thanks for the awesome give-a-way!!

    Hugs,
    Mickey

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  160. Wonderful Tags!!!! Love them!!! Let's see, my favorite holiday dessert to make is my double chocolate cherry cookies. They are so yummy!!

    Hugs,
    Jo

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  161. My favorite is butter tarts! Yum I cant wait to start baking!

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  162. I really don't have a favorite. I love them all.

    These tags are adorable, even if they remind me that I'm far behind in my Christmas stuff

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  163. I love making sugar cookies with my son! We use an old family recipe and spend the whole day cutting out shapes, baking and decorating them. Everything from Santa, reindeer, gingerbread people, stars, snowman and snowflakes. Even though he is a teenager now he still enjoys these family rituals we've done year after year. :)

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  164. The Christmas gift tags are so striking. I kept the email and keep going back to look at them. The card stock you used And ribbon you used just stand out and make the tag look as good as any fancy wrapped gift. I love it!

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  165. I love the tags. My favorite cookie to eat is spritz!

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  166. Love your tags!

    My favorite are a gingerbread cookie that is very "snap" like rather than soft. I like using that recipe for making cookie cutter cookies to decorate. :)

    dancingarden @ gmail.com

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  167. Christmastime means cookies to me and my favorite to make AND eat is Pecan Snowballs. They are a shortbread-like cookie with chopped pecans rolled into a ball and coated with confectioner's sugar. YUM!!

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  168. I make Pumpkin Roll every year - my family BEGS for it - pretty shamelessly too! It's awesome! I even won a pumpkin baking contest in college with my pumpkin roll and it was given out as a prize for a 5k.

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  169. I am subscribed to the blog on Google reader - I NEVER MISS A POST!

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