no! Say it isn't so! Also, I don't think you used nearly enough icing.
No! Really? No snow????
I'm loving the viryal cookie snack, Deb> The tree trimming party pictures looked like you all had a great time too.A;ll the best to you and yours this holiday seasonYour neighbour across the Bay in Hall's Harbour NSJanet
How funny - I thought Canada was snowy! Have we in the UK got your weather then? Would you like it back? Your iced trees look very tempting. Wishing you a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
Those yummy trees don't look like you'll be seeing them for too long either.Maybe you'll wake up on Christmas morn and there'll be snow!The weather's a bit mad here in Australia. I'm presently freezing when I should be boiling!Two more days, Deb.
Well we have plenty here and you are more than welcome to it!! It was fun at first but now it is just a slushy, dirty nuisance. Plus I have a panicking husband who is checking the forecast every half an hour because we are due to fly on Monday!!May you have the Christmas you enjoy the most....
I agree with L. More icing. And sprinkles.I'm surprised you have no snow! It seems like a lot of storms have gone through there.
Well I'm sending snowy wishes your way:)xoLeAnn
OH, these look good! I haven't done any baking yet...maybe tomorrow!
We had tons of snow, but it has slowly been melting away. Yummy cookies!
Merry Christmas to you and your family deb. I look forward to getting to know you more in the new year xx katherine
Beautiful cookies!I just wanted to say thank you for being such a blessing to me and my family this year. I'm so thankful we ran into each other in this crazy world of blogging. I hope you and your family have a wonderful Christmas and enjoy every moment of the holiday. Be blessed this New Year!Happy Christmas-FringeGirl
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