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    TLu
    Thu Dec 06, 2012 10:13 am
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    Good morning everyone!
    Anyone hosting a cookie exchange or going to one?
    I am hosting one for the gals on my street and haven't done it in years.
    Any suggestions? Special cookies you have to make every year?
    I have a few (cough, cough) recipes I am testing today. Will freeze the results for second opinions otherwise they may not be last icon_wink.gif
    Sharon the Rocket
    Thu Dec 06, 2012 10:32 am
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    Received my package from my wonderful special partner, Dominique, while I was out of state. My hubby was so excited he opened the box and told me the contents over the phone (I was in California - we live in Missouri) Gonna shoot my husband (ok, I'll just make his next dinner really burnt and yukky) He opened more than one delivered box and did not list what came from which box - and I am in a bunch of swaps!!! I have received a ton of nice things but now need to figure out what is from whom. Working on it and will hopefully know by this weekend - then will grab everthing up and try to post pics. I have to remember to only do one swap at Christmas time next year - or definitely not be gone during the expected arrival times of packages!!! Will post Dominique's package contents very soon. According to my husband, I got nice things - now I just have to find where he put them all!!! Sharon
    Sharon the Rocket
    Thu Dec 06, 2012 6:16 pm
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    OK - Here's what my wonderful partner, Dominique, sent me: An adorable snowman door hanger (on the front door already!), a Hallmark Maple Leaf Oh Canada ornament (musical), a beautiful Christmas Dove pin, and a Canadian Living recipe magazine (hubby already picked out 4 recipes for me to make this weekend!!) What a wonderful special swap partner. Big hugs to Dominique!!!! Sharon
    Tiggrr
    Thu Dec 06, 2012 7:40 pm
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    Just looked up that Hallmark Oh Canada ornament, oh so pretty. Will have to watch for that one for next year.
    Tiggrr
    Thu Dec 06, 2012 8:00 pm
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    TLu wrote:
    Good morning everyone!
    Anyone hosting a cookie exchange or going to one?
    I am hosting one for the gals on my street and haven't done it in years.
    Any suggestions? Special cookies you have to make every year?
    I have a few (cough, cough) recipes I am testing today. Will freeze the results for second opinions otherwise they may not be last icon_wink.gif


    I made Lemon Bars by Dibs last year and they were so easy peasy to make.
    This one Snowdrift Bars by Gerry is a little more work because of the icing but is wonderful and a little different.
    For the kids, Root Beer Float cookies by KitchenCraftsnMore were very different as well.

    I did a cookie exchange a few years ago. Found it was a lot of work because I choose to make something special. But was also a lot of fun. We each did 11 dozen cookies. 10 were put onto separate plates or tins the other was put out for people to snack on while we had a few drinks. Most people were like myself and made something special. One person dipped pretzels into melted chocolate and rolled them in sprinkles, which I thought was sort of a cop out but oh well.
    Have fun with it and let us know how you make out.
    Dominique353
    Thu Dec 06, 2012 10:00 pm
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    Tiggrr wrote:
    Just looked up that Hallmark Oh Canada ornament, oh so pretty. Will have to watch for that one for next year.


    I'll see if I can find you one, I get a major discount at Rexall. They mark those Hallmark ornaments up SO much! Otherwise you'd pay close to $30 with tax. I'll let you know if I find one for you icon_smile.gif
    TLu
    Thu Dec 06, 2012 10:05 pm
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    Great suggestions, checking out those recipes. I want to do something a little different icon_wink.gif
    Tiggrr
    Thu Dec 06, 2012 10:13 pm
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    Dominique353 wrote:
    Tiggrr wrote:
    Just looked up that Hallmark Oh Canada ornament, oh so pretty. Will have to watch for that one for next year.


    I'll see if I can find you one, I get a major discount at Rexall. They mark those Hallmark ornaments up SO much! Otherwise you'd pay close to $30 with tax. I'll let you know if I find one for you icon_smile.gif


    Thanks icon_biggrin.gif
    AZPARZYCH
    Fri Dec 07, 2012 5:43 pm
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    Received a 2nd package from my partner Cajunhippiegirl; another angel ornament and a Santa that looks like it was made from bottle caps. Hope she received my package...the one time I forget to get a tracking number... icon_rolleyes.gif
    Tiggrr
    Fri Dec 07, 2012 5:51 pm
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    AZPARZYCH wrote:
    Received a 2nd package from my partner Cajunhippiegirl; another angel ornament and a Santa that looks like it was made from bottle caps. Hope she received my package...the one time I forget to get a tracking number... icon_rolleyes.gif


    I am sure it got there and she has just been busy with life. Hopefully she checks in soon. Peace of mind is worth that extra couple dollars to get the tracking number
    cajunhippiegirl
    Sat Dec 08, 2012 12:11 pm
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    AZPARZYCH wrote:
    Received a 2nd package from my partner Cajunhippiegirl; another angel ornament and a Santa that looks like it was made from bottle caps. Hope she received my package...the one time I forget to get a tracking number... icon_rolleyes.gif


    I got my package from my partner last night. Apparently the post man put it in the mailbox for my next door neighbors. They caught me last night when I was getting out of my car & brought it over. I guess they have had it for several days. It's a bunch of young guys who live with their grandmother, so I guess bringing me my mail wasn not a priority icon_rolleyes.gif

    I received an Angel ornament that will acutally work as a tree topper for my little tree in the foyer. A christmas tree that is made of little circles of felt in christmas colors (very unusual), one that is a baking sheet with sparkly christmas goodies on it, a very cute votive holder with a candle in it, a Santa Claus ornament, a snowman bottle cap ornament (I sent her a Santa one made the same way) and a bottle of Bath & Body Works Winter Candy Apple hand lotion. A great package..Thanks Nikki icon_biggrin.gif
    DerbieDerb
    Sat Dec 08, 2012 6:30 pm
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    I got my package from Tisme yesterday! It was a wonderful surprise to come home to after a long and stressful day at work!

    She sent me:
    - 3 tea towels
    - a gingerbread man ornament
    - an ornament with a mommy and baby koala
    - Gingerbread cookies
    - A box of Tim Tams (can't wait to try them! I've never seen these before!)
    - An Australian Wildlife Calendar
    - An Australia apron
    - An Australia bag

    Thank you so much for spoiling me!!

    Here's a picture of all of the goodies:
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/90888557@N07/
    Tiggrr
    Sat Dec 08, 2012 9:14 pm
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    DerbieDerb wrote:
    I got my package from Tisme yesterday! It was a wonderful surprise to come home to after a long and stressful day at work!

    She sent me:
    - 3 tea towels
    - a gingerbread man ornament
    - an ornament with a mommy and baby koala
    - Gingerbread cookies
    - A box of Tim Tams (can't wait to try them! I've never seen these before!)
    - An Australian Wildlife Calendar
    - An Australia apron
    - An Australia bag

    Thank you so much for spoiling me!!

    Here's a picture of all of the goodies:
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/90888557@N07/


    Wow, what a great package you got all the way from Australia. Is that a tea towel that has the Christmas pudding recipe on it? So glad you and your friends decided to join us icon_smile.gif
    Tiggrr
    Sat Dec 08, 2012 9:15 pm
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    cajunhippiegirl wrote:
    AZPARZYCH wrote:
    Received a 2nd package from my partner Cajunhippiegirl; another angel ornament and a Santa that looks like it was made from bottle caps. Hope she received my package...the one time I forget to get a tracking number... icon_rolleyes.gif


    I got my package from my partner last night. Apparently the post man put it in the mailbox for my next door neighbors. They caught me last night when I was getting out of my car & brought it over. I guess they have had it for several days. It's a bunch of young guys who live with their grandmother, so I guess bringing me my mail wasn not a priority icon_rolleyes.gif

    I received an Angel ornament that will acutally work as a tree topper for my little tree in the foyer. A christmas tree that is made of little circles of felt in christmas colors (very unusual), one that is a baking sheet with sparkly christmas goodies on it, a very cute votive holder with a candle in it, a Santa Claus ornament, a snowman bottle cap ornament (I sent her a Santa one made the same way) and a bottle of Bath & Body Works Winter Candy Apple hand lotion. A great package..Thanks Nikki icon_biggrin.gif

    Glad the boys decided to bring your package over. Sounds like a great package. Funny that you both sent bottle cap ornaments. Would love to see a pic of them.
    Tisme
    Sun Dec 09, 2012 1:02 am
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    Tiggrr wrote:
    DerbieDerb wrote:
    I got my package from Tisme yesterday! It was a wonderful surprise to come home to after a long and stressful day at work!

    She sent me:
    - 3 tea towels
    - a gingerbread man ornament
    - an ornament with a mommy and baby koala
    - Gingerbread cookies
    - A box of Tim Tams (can't wait to try them! I've never seen these before!)
    - An Australian Wildlife Calendar
    - An Australia apron
    - An Australia bag

    Thank you so much for spoiling me!!

    Here's a picture of all of the goodies:
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/90888557@N07/


    Wow, what a great package you got all the way from Australia. Is that a tea towel that has the Christmas pudding recipe on it? So glad you and your friends decided to join us icon_smile.gif


    You are welcome Deb, so very pleased you loved it....now google "Tim Tam Slam" and try that with a Tim Tam....an Aussie favourite, fun but messy !! rotfl.gif Although I sent you minature Tim Tams, so it might not work! icon_rolleyes.gif

    Tiggrr, that is a pudding bag, a bag to hold your leftover pudding. icon_biggrin.gif
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