Thank you all so much for such lovely comments on my hair, glasses and on my completed Vashon Sweater from last week. You guys are the best, ever!
I didn’t do a ton of cruise projects this weekend, just a bit of knitting and sewing here and there. I shall have something more to show you soon though since I am making a bit of progress.
What I did do this weekend is Christmas shopping all day on Saturday and then I did some baking for my corworkers, as gifts.
THE cookie I consistently make year after year is an oatmeal raisin cookie. It’s such a simple recipe but it’s sooo tasty that I have people asking for them all the time. So I thought it was the perfect treat for all of my coworkers, which I love they will love as much as I do.
I also baked up some fudggy (sp?) brownies, another simple but wonderful recipe (from scratch of course), but I already had them cut up and in Tupperware by the time I took these photos. Again the brownies are for my coworkers, but they’re also to share with the rest of the office for our annual wine and cheese holiday party.
I used to bake a bunch more than I currently do, but I’m happy to still do it once in a while. It’s just so hard since I want to eat it all and I’m trying to watch my waistline for the cruise. You know…. swimsuit and all. heh
Hope you all had a great weekend, too.
In: Baking Miscellaneous
Yummy! I rarely bake these days, but I love to do it around Christmastime. :)
But can we talk for a minute about your pink poodle tablecloth?! I love it!!
Heh. I actually made the tablecloth myself earlier this year. I was at Vogue fabrics and they had this in the home decor and I couldn’t pass it up. My mom was with me and bought the same fabric in a mint green colorway too. :)
I love how festive the cookies look all wrapped up! And I’m with Ginger; your tablecloth is amazing!
My went first to the awesome tablecloth, then to the great dinette chair, THEN to the cookies. lol!
These look delicious – you have some very lucky workmates! Loving the tablecloth too, so adorable!