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Sunday, December 20, 2015

Gold Dipped Awesomeness! TGIFC34

It's certainly crunch time with Christmas just days away!  I have been done with shopping for a week or so now but wanted to make something for my husbands aunts, uncles and siblings.  I honestly wanted to make tins of cookies, but I'm so "cookied out" that I figured I'd pass.
 
Plus, our cruise is 5 weeks away - I can't afford it! haha!
 
So I decided to make boxes of homemade chocolates.  Waaaaay healthier, right?
 
 
 
I had a fun time decorating the boxes too.  Strips of red and gold give it the holiday glitz paired with the never boring Gorgeous Grunge splatter!  :)  The snowflakes were a hit this year for me and I was surprised to find 5 left!
  
 
My favorite part of the box though it definitely this "gold dipped" sentiment.  Looks like I have a new technique to play around with!  Reminds me of my Dipped Gingersnap Cookies.  Oh man... maybe I will make them after all!  Best cookies ever!
 
 
I'm also playing along with TGIF Challenges - it's been quite some time.  Happy to play along this week.  Head on over and see the talented stampers "Holly Jolly" ideas.
 
 
Have a blessed week and if I don't post before Friday - MERRY CHRISTMAS!! JESUS IS BORN!
 
 

 

5 comments:

  1. I love these boxes! I had to gasp at the out door shot of them on the sidewalk - with out snow!

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    1. And I'm in Minnesota of all places! The frozen tundra has not been snowy! We move the week after Christmas so I'd be happy without snow, but a white Christmas is always magical. By the way, have you made those gingersnaps yet? Merry Christmas Krista!

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  2. I love your packaging! That sentiment is definitely the star of the show Holly! Thanks for linking up with us this week! Merry Christmas!

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    1. Thank you very much Mercedes! And a very merry Christmas to you, James & the girls!

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  3. Such pretty packaging Holly! The treats look scrumptious! Hope you have a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

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