Thursday, November 17, 2011

Giveaway Day Over

Update: Congrats to #74 Snoodles.
You're the winner!

Riley Blake has a
sweet
collection of prints out right now.


Mod Tod is the latest by Sheri Berry.
Sheri's not a new fabric designer,
but new to Riley Blake.
Her whimiscal, retro images are absolutely charming.
If you like Halloween, check out her site, before they take it down.

Mod Tod is a fun collection
for boys
with toys, gears, stripes,
a little bit of it all.

And here is Daisy Cottage
by
Lori Holt
of

Chandeliers, cozy houses, flowers & dots in
pink, grey & yellow.

And I'm looking forward to her next line
Millie's Closet
Our giveaway today is a Riley Blake charm pack --
you can choose from
Decadence,
Promenade,
Mod Tod,
So Sophie
or Daisy Cottage.


To enter the drawing, leave a comment --
1) tell me which pack you'd like,
and
2) tell me a Christmas treat to make with
my little Cub Scouts.

Random drawing Friday night.

201 comments:

  1. Promenade is my favourite, thanks for the chance.

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  2. Decadence! So cute! Thank you for the giveaway!

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  3. Sugar cookies to decorate? Or gingerbread men. I'm not too original, am I? :)

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  4. I'd choose Promenade!
    Thank you

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  5. How about making stained glass biscuits with your cub scouts??

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  6. I would be making "Havregryns-kugler" (perhabs only something Danish........)

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  7. So Sophie....just gorgeous.

    Sugar cookies always go down well with kids...in different Christmas shapes.

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  8. Daisy cottage is my favourite and Pistacchio and glazed ginger slice.

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  9. Very easy and little mess - pretzel rods dipped in melted white chocolate (melt in the micro wave) then rolled in crushed candy canes. Let set and wrap in clear cellophane, tie with curly ribbon.

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  10. mod tod is adorable! I would choose that one :)

    My littlies are only young and we have made ginger bread cookies in different shapes of Christmas. eg trees, angels. You can decorate with lollies, sprinkles, jelly crystals on the angels wings........

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  11. They are all beautiful, Mod Tod is real fun !

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  12. Here in the Netherlands we love to make pepernoten, that is a cookie, great as a quarter, they are special for Sint Nicolas. greetings form liesbeth

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  13. Decadence is my favorite-
    I think you should make snowman cookies.
    Thanks for the fun ;)

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  14. I love the Daisy Cottage - a mix of pink and gray.

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  15. I love the Daisy Cottage. Make caramel apples with the scouts. They would have such fun dipping them and rolling in sprinkles

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  16. Wow, I'd love decadence or Daisy Cottage! Thank you for a chance to win!

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  17. I think you should make a mix...you need chex mix cereal - corn/rice...peanuts, m&m's or reese pieces, small pretzel bits and then a couple bags of the white chocolate disks that you melt.

    Mix the stuff up together in a pan, melt the disks according to package, pour over the mixture and then place on wax paper to cool. It's a great sweet tweet. You just break it into pieces when you're done. I make this every Christmas. =) If you buy the red/green m&m's it's really festive. =)

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  18. Well, since I have 3 daughters, I'd choose Daisy Cottage (although I have loved many of Sheri Berri's lines especially those Halloween and Christmas ones). Maybe if I chose Mod Tod I'd have a boy next time;)

    How about these jelly bean Christmas trees? I love the Disney Family Fun site and subscribe to the magazine.
    http://familyfun.go.com/recipes/jelly-bean-christmas-trees-804005/

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  19. i like the daisy cottage. I'd make snow globes with your kiddos. i don't have a link, but you can do it in any kind of jar. there are lots of tutorials (especially linked to pinterest)

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  20. I think all the fabric is beautiful, and it is so hard to choose one,but if I am the lucky winner, it would have to be So Sophie.
    And of course the treat for the boys would have to be chocolate chip cookies home made and fresh from the oven!
    Enjoy!

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  21. I would like So Sophie and how about making sorbet?

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  22. since i'm having a boy in february, and seriously lacking in the boyish fabrics thanks to my two girls, i'd have to go with mod tod - how cute!

    as far as making a treat - i always love peppermint and chocolate around the holidays, and last year i discovered pampered chef's peppermint bark recipe, and it's SOOO good, and would be easy to make with kids. they get to pound and crush candy canes - i think they'd love it. :) here's the link http://www.pamperedchef.com/our_products/recipesearch/recipedetail.jsp?recipeId=95174

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  23. That Mod Tod is the cutest! You can't go wrong with rice krispie treats. Easy to make and everyone loves them!

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  24. 1. Daisy cottage for sure!
    2. Go with the traditional - sugar cookies in cute shapes for them to decorate - activity and snack all in one!

    Thanks for the great giveaway opportunity!

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  25. I'd pick modtod! First thing that came to mind to make with your cub scouts was rice krispie treats!

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  26. My fabric choice would be Promenade! And, Sugar Cookies is what I always made with the scouts when I was a leader!

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  27. Ohh, I would love some Daisy Cottage! Frosted sugar cookies is a MUST at this time of year :)

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  28. I would choose Promenade.

    A special Christmas treat that we always make is puppy chow. Chex Mix, melted chocolate chips, peanut butter, butter, coated in powdered sugar. Yummy!!

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  29. May I suggest Peppermint Creams? Here is a recipe that made me smile but you can find others.

    http://www.english-food-spotlight.com/peppermint-creams.html

    All those fabrics are lovely but please don't enter me for the giveaway.

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  30. I would choose So Sophie . I think sugar cookies are loved by most children and can be such fun to decorate.

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  31. Mod Tod is actually on my list of fabric to purchase. So Mod Tod would be my choice!

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  32. I'd choose Mod Tod--perfect for a little boys quilt.

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  33. I would LOVE LOVE LOVE Daisy Cottage. I am in absolute love with the prints! Thanks for the chance.

    As for treats, as weird as these sounds, these Chocolate Fiber One Crunchy Cookies are really good, and healthy!

    http://www.bettycrocker.com/recipes/fiber-one-crunchy-fudge-cookies/4f02fb6c-0bc5-4735-befa-ccf04cf1073b

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  34. Mod Tod is so dang cute, for sure that is my choice.....I would make rice krisipie squares and add some red and green M&M's. Thanks for the chance...(o:

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  35. I like Mod Tod -- I think my nearly two-year-old grandson would too!! As for the treat to make with your cub scouts, what about the little Christmas mice? Dip a maraschino cherry in melted chocolate (for mouse aesthetics it's important that the tail...er, stem...be intact), add a Hershey's kiss for the head, almond slivers for the ears, and a little decorative frosting or gel for the eyes. I've seen them set on an Oreo halfshell. Very, very cute!! Use green and red gel for a little holly effect. :)

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  36. These miniture gingerbread houses always seemed to be hit with my children and grandchildren.

    http://crafts.kaboose.com/miniature-gingerbread-house.html

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  37. oooh.. Mod Tod!

    mbreault@truman.edu

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  38. Of course, sugar cookies are always a success.

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  39. Mod Tod for me, totally! Thanks for this opportunity ;--)

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  40. Got so excited, I hit "send" before finishing up!

    I know it was mentioned earlier, but Puppy Chow is so fun for kids! A little in a cute individual bag, with some fun ribbon? They'll love it.

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  41. Decadence would be my choice! How about candy cane reindeer? All it takes is a candy cane, a brown pipe cleaner, two googly eyes, and one small red pompom!

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  42. Is it bad that I don't have a preference. These are both really cute and I can think of awesome stuff to make with both of them. Thanks for the chance.

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  43. Sugar cookies are a must for our Christmas. Another favorite is always homemade peanut butter cups:)

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  44. make reindeer food - puppy chow (the chex mix kind)

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  45. I would LOVE Mod Tod, so cute!
    Chocolate covered pretzels covered in autumn sprinkles, my little ones love making them and they taste yumm-o!
    Thanks for another great giveaway!
    Jen Nelson
    darryljenny@comcast.net

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  46. I love Daisy Cottage! You can make cake pops with them and decorate them in Christmas candies.

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  47. I love the Mod Tod! What to make for a hungry little troop of scouts? Hmmmm. I am agreeing with the girls above... I have a soft sugar cookie recipe that is always a stand by hit. Plus, the kids like the variety of shapes. Or, you could make caramel corn coated in white chocolate, which is always popular. :)

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  48. I love Daisy Cottage. You should make gingerbread men and decorate them.
    heidikittelson (at) gmail (dot) com

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  49. Lovin' Mod Tod...
    Looks like folks have a definite idea on the treats. Cookies or Puppy Chow for kids. :) What about some gingerbread men??

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  50. I'm quite smitten with Daisy Cottage. It's yummy like Reindeer food (chex mix with lots of different mix-ins).

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  51. My pick would be So Sophie. I spent many years as a Cub Scout leader. Hmmm...... easy treats, huh? Peanut blossom cookies? Or Peanut Butter Temptations - it's peanut butter cookie dough, baked in mini muffin pans, and then you put a miniature Reese's in the center of each right after you take them out of the oven. They are favorites around here. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  52. Mod Tod is so cute! My favortie treat to make growing up was sugar cookies - I can't wait to start that tradition with my little one!

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  53. I love Mod Tod!
    How about rice crispy treats with red and green M&Ms? Can't go wrong there!

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  54. Mod Tod would make the best little boys quilt! Thanks for the opportunity to enter your great giveaway!!

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  55. You can never go wrong with decorating sugar cookies as something to do with kids. Icing, sprinkles, candy bits - all so much fun.

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  56. I have been coveting a little Daisy Cottage since it came out:>) Thanks for the opportunity to win some!

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  57. Love the Mod Tod! Sugar cookies are always a hit, especially when they can 'paint' their own.

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  58. I love the pink collection that is sitting on the top of the others...I think it's Daisy cottage. Yup, that would be my choice. As for a treat to make with the kids, 'No Bake' cookies always go over well here. With the cocoa, peanut butter and oatmeal. I don't have the recipe close at hand just now but it is very easy, fast prep time and as soon as you take them out of the pan and drop them on the wax paper, you can eat them...just let them cool a bit of course, LOL. Fun to make and even more fun to eat. Hugs...

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  59. I love Daisy Cottage! These reindeer cookies are cute and look pretty easy:
    http://buddingbaketress.blogspot.com/2010/12/peanut-butter-reindeer-cookies.html

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  60. hmm. i have a baby girl quilt to make soon - but seriously, daisy cottage, promenade or so sophie would all work. if i had to commit, i'd probably go with daisy cottage.

    treat to make with cub scouts? take big marshmallows, poke a skewer into them, dip most of the way into melted chocolate, then dip into crushed peppermints. wrap in cellophane, and you have some fantastic hot chocolate stirrers. the marshmallow, chocolate and peppermint all melt when you stir with this, making your hot chocolate delish!

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  61. I like Daisy Cottage best...greys and pinks are really doing it for me right now. And how about something with pumpkin in it? I made pumpkin cake a couple weeks ago and my kids loved it! And it doesn't take forever to bake since I used a cookie sheet.

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  62. Love that sweet Daisy Cottage...

    Boy Scouts...hm...haven't had a boy scout in the house for a long time...
    How about buying cheap 4 inch floor tiles and have them mod podge some pretty papers on them for coasters for their parents... You might even get a store to donate some odd lot of tiles..

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  63. Daisy Cottage would be my choice. As for the christmas treat I'd make cookies or what about a few christmas tree ornaments made of fabric or paper? Perhaps some little stars?
    Thanks for the giveaway!
    Greetings from germany,
    Hildy
    hildy@ebertzeder.de

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  64. I'm not sure of the name. I like the green one best though! I would make chocolate dipped pretzels and let them decorate with all kinds of fun sprinkles!

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  65. I think it would be Promenade or Decadence for me... but I can't decide between them!

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  66. As for what to make with your cub scouts, how about some Christmas colour themed Rocky Road? White chocolate, red & green jelly snakes (or other jelly lollies or how about cranberry/pistachio!) and marshmallows. Super fun & easy :)

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  67. I love the Mod Tod! So much fun! :)

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  68. Daisy Cottage is my favorite. A treat with the Cub Scouts? How about Faux Turtles, knot pretzel topped with a rolo warmed in the oven then a pecan/walnut half pressed into it. Store in fridge or cool spot.

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  69. OOh, So Sophie would be my choice~ love Riley Blake fabrics!

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  70. I used to be a cub scout pack master! We had five dens in our pack.
    I actually did these: spread peanut butter between two vanilla wafers and then dip only halfway into melted chocolate chips (no ouchy fingers then). Can put Christmas sprinkles in the wet chocolate if you like, or leave 'em plain! Have fun with your cubs!

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  71. I would pick Mod Tod! Reindeer cookies with Nutter Butters and pretzels for the antlers.

    kimrward@charter.net

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  72. I like So Sophie.

    Suggestion for cub scouts? Rice krispy wreaths.

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  73. I love So Sophie!!! It is so adorable!!! I would suggest no bake cookies and tell them they are reindeer droppings. Cub Scouts like that nasty kind of stuff :)

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  74. So Sophie is my choice. I would suggest rice krispie treats with red and green M&Ms or Puppy Chow (Crispix, peanut butter, chocolate chips, powdered sugar).

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  75. Love Mod Tod! :) & I know a little fella who would love a quilt with this fabric! thanks for the chance.

    how about taking pinecones, cover with peanut butter & bird feed to hang for the winter birds? messy but fun.

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  76. I would love Mod Tod! My favorite treat to make with kids: you unwrap rolo's put them in a warm (170-200 deg) oven for a few minutes (just until they soften slightly, but aren't melty) put them on a pretzel and the squish an almond on top of them. Very turtle like and yyummy!

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  77. Does it have to be a treat that you can "eat"? You could make Christmas cards that they can then send to their best friend, for example :-)

    I think Promenade would be my first choice. Thanks for the chance!

    Contact:librosfera(at)gmail(dot)com

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  78. So Sophie or Daisy Cottage would be my choice:) The Christmas treats - decorated sugar cookies would be the easiest probably. But making "candy cane" cookies was always fun for us growing up. 1/2 dough is redish and other half is regular. You roll thin strips of each and roll/twist together to make the stripes, place on pan in the shape of a candy cane and bake. When they come out of the oven sprinkle a sugar and crushed peppermint mix on top. Yummy!

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  79. I love Mod Tod

    for the scouts...painting a small clay flower pot/small glass jar and then using a round sponge brush to add a snowman and paint or use the foam precut hats, nose etc. to make a jar for candy

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  80. Daisy Cottabe is my favorite ♥ Your little cub scouts might like a Rudolph candy cane. They are simple to make to chubby little boy hands. Brown chenille stem for antlers, googly eyes, red pom pom for nose, red bow around neck, and some glue.

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  81. Mod Tod!! How about those choclate cookies with the Hershey peppermint candies pressed into them after cooking?

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  82. Decadence for me. As far as a treat- My kids love a mix of goldfish, pretzel goldfish and m&m's. I have also taken pretzel rods, dipped them in melted chocolate and then let them roll them in sprinkles, coconut, etc. It looks like you have lots of great ideas.

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  83. Love the Daisy Cottage please!

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  84. Whoopie pies. They would have fun wiping the cream between and then eating them. Yum!

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  85. Promenade for me please!

    There are some no-bake chocolate cookies we used to make when I was little. They were so good! I made them in college and everyone made poop jokes because they were just brown lumps, but amazingly enough we didn't get that yucky as kids.

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  86. I like daisy cottage as I like lori holt. for a thing to do with cub scouts how about rice crispies. make them up and then let them mold them as they like and decorate them with other things. linda gerig@sbcglobal.net

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  87. Love that Daisy Cottage! As for the scouts, I'd buy a box of Fiddle Faddle or other crunchy sweet popcorn and then melt white and/or chocolate chips in a sandwich bag and let them squiggle it over the popcorn. It's fancy looking and yummy!

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  88. Oooohhh I'd love to have Promenade! It is gorgeous! May I suggest chocolate covered peanut butter balls for your treat? It's pretty easy, but time consuming. Should go faster with lots of little hands to roll the balls!

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  89. Great giveaway! I like Daisy Cottage. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  90. As far as your Cub Scouts, you could make sugar cookies or gingerbread mean ahead of time and have them decorate them.

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  91. I'd pick So Sophie for a patchwork skirt for one of my girls, thanks for the chance!

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  92. If you don't do chex muddy buddies, I'll be SO disappointed! Use the 2 gallon zip locks, they are so so handy for the mixing. I think I'd choose So Sophie, but I'm not sure. If I win could I view them in person, before I decide!???
    Thanks, Corrie. See you in two weeks.

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  93. LOVE 'MOD TOD'!
    I DO CHILDREN'S QUILTS FOR CHARITY+THIS WOULD BE JUST PERFECT>BRIGHT+FUN!
    FOR THE SCOUTS I'D MIX POPCORN+M+M'S IN LITTLE SACKS! THANK YOU FOR SHARING!

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  94. I'd choose Daisy Cottage.
    As for snacks for scouts you could do sugar cookie decorating or popcorn balls.
    Thanks for the giveaway.

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  95. Mod Tod looks like great fun! I have lately seen Brownie Pops and think they would be really fun for kids to make and decorate!
    Thanks for the chance at your generous giveaway!

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  96. This is a tough choice, I love 'em all!! But I would choose Mod Tod, it looks fun!

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  97. Your Scout troop might like decorating Gingerbread Men Cookies!!

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  98. I love Sophie! For a treat to make with scouts? How about something simple and festive like thumbprint cookies? The shapes are the same, and after the little indentation is made, it is filled with different kinds of jam - cute and not too complicated.

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  99. I would choose Daisy Cottage and rice crispy treats are always a favorite among kids (and adults although we may not always admit it)!

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  100. Mod Tod! Marshmallows! Very fun, easy and yummy.

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  101. I love the Daisy cottage. For the Boy Scout treat, what about mini pretzels with a melted Rolo chocolate on top. It is easy, takes only minutes with little mess. I make cookie sheets full for my four Grandson's. Then put them in a small bag and tie with Christmas ribbon.

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  102. All the charm packs are great! I really like Daisy Cottage.
    Your scouts could make a Chex cereal snack. Use the cereal, small pretzel twists, peanuts or cashews, Christmas M&M's, Christmas sprinkles and white chocolate chips. Melt the chocolate chips and pour over the other ingredients, mix together and then pour out onto wax paper. When they are cool and set, break apart, if necessary, and put into containers. Another one is to put pretzels on a cookie sheet, add a chocolate candy disc to the top, place in oven until the disc starts to melt. Take them out and while still warm, place 1 or 2 Christmas M&M's on top of the chocolate. Good luck and thanks for the giveaway.

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  103. Daisy cottage is really pretty.
    I think a nice treat to make are peanut brittles.

    Beatrix from Kindershop (beatrix dot sadek at yahoo dot com)

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  104. Promenade.....swoon.
    I'd go old school with the scouts. Sugar cookies that they decorate with frosting, sprinkles etc. Cookie cutters in fun shapes. Can't go wrong. Who doesn't love decorating sugar cookies?

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  105. Oh, I LOVE Decadence!

    How about peppermint bark? Just smash candy canes and spread melted chocolate chips, or white chocolate chips... very easy, super fun and oh so yummy!

    Thanks so much for the chance to win!

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  106. 1. Promenade!
    2. How about making a gingerbread house using graham crackers and some Royal icing. This was always a big hit with my daughter. The kids could bring a bag of extras, M & Ms, gumdrops, etc, to share with the group to decorate their houses.

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  107. I'd pic Mod Tod - too cute.
    Christmas treat....
    S'mores Marshmellows....take large marshmellows and poke small straight pretzel sticks into each one. Dip them in melted chocolate and then roll them in crushed graham crackers. Lay out on wax paper and let set up in the fridge for about an hour then enjoy! They are very addictive! Jenn

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  108. So Sophie is my favorite!

    I'd do rice crispy treats. If you don't want to do the original, there are all kinds of variations out there. Cooks.com have a bunch of recipes. :-)

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  109. Decadence

    Make "reindeer noses"- let them fill a zip top bag with 8 malted milk balls and one fireball (for Rudolph) and then have pre-printed "Reindeer noses" cardstock pieces that the can color, cut out, and staple to the top of the package. Great gifts they can give to teachers, friends and family.

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  110. Mod Tod would be great!

    My kids are too young to cook with so I don't have any experience yet, but if you made a fruitcake, they could help you drizzle it with rum every day for the two weeks...! :D

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  111. My favorites are So Sophie and Daisy Cottage. Christmas treat - can't go wrong with marshmallow and rice crispies squares with red and green M & m's added in.

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  112. I love the Mod Tod, that is really a fun print.
    I used to like making chocolate fudge cookies, they are heat on the stove and then drop on wax paper, so easy to do with kids and delicious. Not sure what the real name is for them, but I do have a recipe.

    Debbie

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  113. Mod Tod is great for little boys. That would be a welcome addition to all my cute girly fabrics. :)

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  114. Mod Tod is my favorite. Would work great for a little something for my grandson. For the Cub Scouts, something they can roll in a ball then roll in cinnamon/sugar topping. Like Snickerdoodles!

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  115. Pretzel Rolo bites sound delicious yet simple enough for cub scouts. You can use red and green M&M's for the tops.

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  116. I'd love Daisy Cottage. The pinks and grays are wonderful! How about providing the fellas with a few mini cupcakes and having frosting and sprinkles and other decorations and letting them create. They could take them home and share with their own families.

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  117. As for something to make....hmmm I always loved making and decorating sugar cookies when i was a kid. I still make them every Christmas on my own :)

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  118. I don't like Snickerdoodles....but that's a kid's favorite and easy to make.

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  119. I like So Sophie. For a fun treat for cub scouts you can make rice krispy treats and they can shape them like candy canes or trees or stars or something else christmasy. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  120. Daisy Cottage for sure! If you need a project, sour cream pouches are easy and fun. As for actual treats, you could pull taffy, but it is messy!

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  121. Oh what lovely fabrics. I would choose Daisy Cottage. :0) I love the focus on a charming home filled with love. :0)
    I would make a gingerbread house or houses. They could be so creative with a yummy creation. I hope you will tell us what you choose to make. :0)
    Have a great day. Hugs. Trish

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  122. Oh, how I enjoy Decadence! And it comes in laminate too?!! I may need to make a new lunch tote for my daughter using the laminate...

    Kids always love to decorate gingerbread men!

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  123. I love the ModTod!!! Adorable fabric.

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  124. I would love the Daisy Cottage if I were so lucky.
    Color rice krispie bars with green food coloring, spread thin in a cookie sheet, cool and cut out with a tree cookie cutter. Decorate with M&M's etc.

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  125. Mod Tod is for sure my favorite. Rice Krispie treats with food coloring are my favorite group food treat!

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  126. Mod Tod.. that weiner dog.. OH MY!! Just like mine.. LOL.

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  127. Love the Daisy Cottage.

    Decorating Christmas shaped sugar cookies is always fun.

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  128. I love Daisy Cottage!
    how about turkey cupcakes -
    http://www.scoutermom.com/8630/turkey-treat-cupcakes/

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  129. 1. I like the MOD TOD collection best.
    2. With cub scouts, you could make Christmas cookies by using your favorite choc chip cookie recipe and substitute the choc chips and nuts with dried cranberries (red) and pistachios (green). Gingerbread men cookies decorated as cub scouts would also be fun.

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  130. I would LOVE So Sophie, I just saw this fabric this week and i'm in love!!!! Peanut butter cookies with the hershey kiss in the middle! have a great day!

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  131. 'so sophie' would be so nice to have!

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  132. how about 'oatmeal peanut butter chocolate chip cookies' with chopped walnuts thrown in? they're made with wholewheat flour and splenda for good measure.

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  133. I like the Mod Tod.
    How about Rice Crispie Treats?

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  134. I'd pick So Sophie. Have you tried Alton Brown's white trash? I'm not sure I'd call it that with the boys but it's super addictive and easy to make.

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  135. Daisy Cottage
    Rice Krispies treats OR Trail Cookies would be good for boys -my brother liked doing those when he was a rascally boy.

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  136. gingerbread cookies are always a must :)

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  137. So Sophie is soo cute! I just came across this recipe for marshmallow snowmen - NO Baking and you could use a pot set into an electric skillet filled with a bit of water to melt the chocolate if you don't have access to a stove. Here's the link: http://www.bhg.com/recipe/cookies/marshmallow-snowmen/

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  138. I think I would choose Mod Tod, I have a couple of baby quilts I need to make. :)
    Get the BIG bag o' pretzels at Costco (these work best because their openings are not as big as the same sort of pretzel you get in smaller bags at the grocery store)and since you are at Costco anyway get a BIG bag of chocolate chips,get a few bags of PLAIN holiday M&M's, cover a cookie sheet (with sides)with foil. lay a single layer of pretzels on the sheet (fill the tray completely). Put a chocolate chip in each pretzel opening. Put in a low heat oven (200 degrees or so) just until the choc chips start to get melty. Bring the tray out and now put a Christmas colored M&M on top of each choc chip. Let them set up (you can pop them in the fridge to speed up the process). My kids (yes they are in college now but still...) KNOW that they must have red & green M&M's in each pretzel. You can't have all red, or all green. I'll make you do them over. Seriously! :D
    Sweet, chocolatey and salty. YUMMMMM
    cjnid AT imaxmail DOT net

    grrrrrrr, looks like I am ANONYMOUS again!
    CJ

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  139. Ohh they are all wonderful. I think So Sophie would be my first choice.
    I always made the sugar cookies and let the Cub Scouts decorate them. They had a blast and kept the mess contained with paper plates. ;) We'd let them each do 6 cookies, eat one and take 5 home. LOL
    Thanks for the fun!

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  140. I would make Chocolate Haystacks with them. I would choose Decadence as my favourite.

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  141. I just love Daisy Cottage! Lori is such a creative gal. M & M cookies are always fun to make. The Scouts can put the M & M's on top of chocolate chip cookies recipe. They come out so pretty. And good too :-)

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  142. They are all cute. I would choose decadence.

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  143. Most kids like rice crispy treats. I think I have seen them made into Christmas trees. You could add little round candies to the mix for ornaments.

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  144. I love all of the fabrics! An easy yummy holiday treat is to use pretzels, hershey kisses and m&m's. Here is the link for it. http://houseonhilltop.wordpress.com/2010/12/15/our-favorite-christmas-treat/
    Thanks,
    ~Cindy Schwabenland (Craftynana)

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  145. I would love to win Lori Holt's "Daisy Cottage". How about making the traditional Christmas Rice Crispy squares with your little guys. Nothing could be easier. Thanks for another great giveaway.

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  146. Daisy Cottage for me please.
    I was going to suggest a fun treat for the Boy Scounts called Puppy Chow using Chex mix and serving in a huge dog bowl....HOWEVER given it uses peanut butter likely not a good idea for those boys who suffer from a peanut allergy like mine. The kids get a real kick out of the dog bowl treat!!
    My other suggestion is simply pretzel sticks dipped in chocolate to coat with sprinkles. Kids love those sprinkes. Thanks for the chance

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  147. Hmmm... So many nice fabrics... I would have to choose the Daisy Cottage or So Sophie. I'm really liking them both. As far as the yummies... brownies with reeces peanut butter chunnks. Yumm!

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  148. I love them all but will pick Decadence if I have to. *smile*
    Christmas treat with boy scouts....make rice crispy cookies, cut out with christmas tree cookie cutter, then decorate the tree with icing and small candies....it's always fun and they can be creative! *smile*

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  149. I love the Daisy Cottage. So cute for a baby girl.

    Carmelita Bars are easy and yummy!
    http://www.cooks.com/rec/view/0,1810,144177-233195,00.html

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  150. So Sophie for sure would be my pick if I am lucky enough to win. Thanks for the opportunity. In my family we make spritz cookies and the kiddos decorate them with colored sugars or candies cherries.

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  151. I love Daisy Cottage - the grey is beautiful in there! How about these adorable Reindeer Cake pops? http://www.bakerella.com/its-beginning-to-look-a-lot-like-christmas/

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  152. What about making salt dough ornaments with the cub scouts?

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  153. Mod Tod is very cute, and it's just the right colours for my little boy's room! I'd love to win this! As for a treat, how about cake pops? They're easy - and messy! Just google it!
    ltenhage@gmail.com

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  154. How about little gingerbread houses made with graham crackers? You make royal icing to put them together, then decorate with red hots, sprinkles, mini marshmallows, etc.
    I would pick Mod Tod.

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  155. Gingerbread houses are always a winner at any age!

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  156. I would love to work with the Riley Blake fabric.

    Your scouts would enjoy making pretzels dipped in chocolate.

    Karen
    Boogabearw@cox.net

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  157. To make a great holiday treat try this recipe: Peanut Butter Cup Cookies...so delicious!

    http://www.realsimple.com/food-recipes/browse-all-recipes/peanut-butter-cup-cookies-00000000021356/index.html

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  158. I love the So Sophie collection. A very easy, no flour required recipe is Peanut Butter Sugar Cookies (http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/best-peanut-butter-cookies-ever/detail.aspx). So easy and so few ingredients!

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  159. I love the gray, pink and yellow of the Daisy Cottage collection.

    As for a fun activity with a bunch of little boyw...make some reindeer food to leave out on Xmas Eve.

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  160. You've got my vote for mod tod! I say let your cubbies help make hot chocolate! Not too difficult, microwave, scoop out some cool whip, add sprinkles and enjoy!

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  161. I am voting for DAISY COTTAGE. I think the scouts would really like Reindeer Fodder.

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  162. Daisy Cottage is my pick :) Sugar cookies sound good to me!!

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  163. I would choose bee in my bonnett!

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  164. I would love to win the Mod Tod. My friend just had a little boy and it would be a perfect way to make little Marcus a brand new quilt.

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  165. Oh my gosh!!! How cool!! I am not sure what one I would choose!! I love the pink ones!!

    suzannebake@gmail.com

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  166. Mod Tod for sure!!! As for something to make with the boys...apple banana muffins, can break it down into little jobs for each kid...let me know if you'd like the recipe.
    dmifflin@netrover.com

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  167. Last year I made some really cute and easy cookies with my kids (all 5 of them!!) You can check it out here: http://midwesterngoneidahoan.blogspot.com/2010/12/christmas-cookie-exchange-pleasant-home.html

    suzannebake@gmail.com

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  168. I love love love Daisy Cottage. I hope to own some of it somehow. Not in my budget, though. How about making snowmen with marshmellows and other edibles like pretzel sticks? Maybe some frosting to help hold the M&M eyes on? Good luck with that. :)

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  169. Rice Crispy treats are hard to beat.

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  170. I like Mod Tod. How about home made nuts and bolts - easy to make and fun to eat.

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  171. Easy recipe - Haystacks. My grandma made them. Melt some caramels, dip a large marshmallow in them, then roll that in rice krispies. YUM!

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  172. cottage please. any treats are good treats but do the melted snowman hot coco. they love marshmellows.

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  173. I would love Daisy Cottage! As for a treat, I'd go with good old smores! Or what about a chocolate dipping well and use fruit on skewers! I did that with my scouts :)

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  174. I would love to win some Promenade, just gorgeous!!

    My son is in cubs and last night they did sausages wrapped in cabbage leaves with vegies all wrapped in a foil parcel and cooked in the coals of a fire, and then they got little cans with air holes cut around the bottom and sat it over a tealight candle and cooked mini pancakes on the can - they all thought that was very cool! :)

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  175. I love Daisy Cottage. How about chocolate truffles? They can get all messy and have great fun

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  176. What beautiful fabric!

    How about these chocolate marshmallow stir sticks...http://www.adventuresinsavings.com/2010/12/great-gift-idea-peppermint-marshmallow.html Would be an easy one to do with kids.

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  177. I love the colors in So Sophie. I think these placemats would be perfect for Cub Scouts:
    http://www.modabakeshop.com/2010/12/personalized-placemats.html

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  178. Loving So Sophie. I would probably decorate sugar cookies as others have suggested...or popcorn balls with the popcorn that they've sold here recently.

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  179. One of my favorites when I was younger and a easy one is what my family called haystacks. Melt a bag of butterscotch chips. Dump in some peanuts and some of those crunchy Chinese chow mein noodles and mix. Drop by spoonful on wax paper and let harden up. Easy and yummy!

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  180. Definitely Daisy Cottage. Make Dipped Pretzel Sticks.

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  181. I would love the Mod Tod- it's so cute!

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  182. I think you should make these cute little reindeer.
    http://adventuresofabettycrockerwannabe.blogspot.com/2010/11/chocolate-covered-marshmallow-reindeer.html

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  183. I'd love the Riley blake!

    Make brownie haystacks. :)

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  184. Promenade, please!

    And I suggest making chocolate bark, with jellybeans, hard candies, M&Ms, etc. Everything is better covered in chocolate.

    Thanks for the give away!

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  185. Pecan pie is my winter favorite. Maybe you can try this.
    These fabric are so cute. Thanks for the giveaway.

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