I like Christmas cut out cookies. They are so easy to make and so fun to decorate.
I like the King Arthur Flour cookie cutters. So cute.
I have the King Arthur Flour ’54 Pickup truck with the Christmas tree in the back, which is just too cute.
Gingerbread Cookies are always fun.
I got the Lock N Lock containers with the gift bags when they were a “todays special” a few weeks ago on QVC. I think they will be cute to put Christmas cookies in for little gifts.
I like thumb print cookies or Raspberry Shortbread Cookies. I put the recipe in my Pinterest Christmas recipes.
I also like the King Arthur Flour Polar Bear cookie cutter. So fun to decorate.
The Snow Globe cookie cutter at King Arthur Flour is such a cute idea.
You can decorate the cookies any way you want.
I like the idea of the star string lights for a kitchen window.
Keene, NH is so pretty at Christmas time.
I’ve never been on a sleigh ride, but they have them available to try in a lot of local places. Looks like fun.
I like Norman Rockwell’s painting of Stockbridge, Massachusetts. I always get a Norman Rockwell desk calendar free from the Walpole Savings Bank this time of year.
Stockbridge celebrates Norman Rockwell each December with old time cars and all. Looks like fun.
I saw a recipe for a No Bake Eggnog Cheesecake that sounded interesting. I pinned the recipe in my Christmas recipes board on my Pinterest.
Maple Nut Fudge sounds really good. I found several recipes, but the recipe with a cup and a half of real maple syrup sounded the best. Some recipes called for a teaspoon of maple extract. I don’t think so. I like the real maple syrup idea. I pinned the recipes on my Christmas Recipes on my Pinterest.
I like Colonial Lantern lights with greens on them all dressed up for Christmas.
I think that twilight just after a new snowfall is beautiful.
I used the above photo to make my Christmas cards this year. I just make photo cards on line at Walgreens. I made labels for my Christmas Cards by using a photo of a ’54 Chevy Pickup Truck with a Christmas tree in the back and making them on line on the Avery website.
And that’s my ideas and inspirations for the moment. 🙂