We spent the weekend baking, baking, and more baking. It's a good thing that I really enjoy baking treats because wow! that takes a lot of work. But it was fun to spend the time with the kids talking, laughing, dancing, singing, and playing in the kitchen. Another fun memory for the kids and a success towards my "give more memories" Christmas campaign.
Christmas plates our new holiday tradition? We decided to make our Christmas plates as gifts this year instead of just placing our annual Christmas treats on disposable plates. It was another fun way to spend the afternoon while we were waiting for the pumpkin bread to cook and the fudge to set.
Halloween Spider Plates, Thanksgiving plates, and my Denver Bronco plates. Can you tell I really enjoy the creativity and uniqueness of this idea? Plus, I love that we are giving our friends a fun plate that they can give away next year or keep as a family "heirloom."
Have you ever made Sharpie plates? Would you rather have one or a disposable plate?
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