Christmas Past

Paper Strip Heart Ornament

Easy Paper Heart Ornaments These are some past posts with Christmas crafts and recipes you might enjoy.  The Paper Heart Ornaments are easy and if you are like most crafters I know, you have an ample supply of beautiful paper that would work perfectly for these hearts.

Cracker Toffee

Cracker Toffee

Additively good, salty-sweet toffee with the crunch of crackers and coated with chocolate.  It’s pretty easy to make and doesn’t take special tools (no candy thermometer needed).

Vellum Bird

Vellum Ornaments

I’ve been making these for a few years.  They’re not a quick project like the paper hearts but they are beautiful, even when doing a more simple design.

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Chocolate Mice

Dip a maraschino cherry in chocolate and put a chocolate kiss on it.  Add ears from sliced almonds and what do you get? A very cute little chocolate mouse that would look adorable on a tray of Christmas cookies, or perched on a Buche de Noel.

Buche de Noel

Cheese Wafers

Cheese Wafers

Rich and buttery, these are easy to make – just like stir and drop cookies.  But they’re savory, not sweet.  Yum.

Thanks for your visit.

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2 responses to “Christmas Past

  1. I will have to try the paper heart ornaments…Have seen the mice…but, had forgotten them…Aren’t they the cutest…A friend at school made the cracker toffee…and SHE made it better than anyone…probably because hers was the first I ever ate…You just keep wanting another piece…Thanks for shares …neat ideas

    • Hi, Marilyn – My Reader’s Gallery would benefit if you made some paper heart ornaments and sent me a picture! I love LOVE that cracker toffee. The mice are very cute too but not my favorite (cherries dipped in chocolate).

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