A Shabby Snow Day

Dear Blogging Friends

So what does a shabby girl do when the "The Weather Outside Is Frightful"?  She bakes shabby cookies, and I have to admit, I haven't baked since two Thangsgivings ago when I made shar sweet potato soufflĂ©, one with pecans and one with marshmallows for each of my kids and I smashed the light bulb in the stove that went on top of the sweet potato souffle.  "Shar Sweet Potato Soufle" No one went to the emergency but we have great memories.  My sister made our first homemade cheese cake.  Memories are made from so many moments (hours) in the kitchen, don't you agree.  With that being said enjoy the pics of my sugar cookies baked with my daughter on a shabby snow day.

Stay tuned and stay warm!

Xoxo
Debby








19 comments

  1. Ah those cookies are so cute. It would be a good project to do with our 5 year old grandson while he's here this week!

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  2. Ah those cookies are so cute. It would be a good project to do with our 5 year old grandson while he's here this week!

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  3. So pretty! Good job keeping the glass shards out this time. Ha!! Your cookies are beautiful and your story, while it was NOT GOOD at the time, will be a funny memory as time goes on. :) Hope you're having a beautiful week!

    Blessings,
    Sarah

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  4. Your tea cup and tea pot are so pretty. Your heart cookies look nice too! Visiting from the cozy home party!

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  5. Enjoyed seeing your cookie pictures. I have a daughter who loves milkglass and I recently found the same plate with the heart cutout border. Fun to see it used in your beautiful photos.

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  6. Wow! So incredibly beautiful!!! Thanks so much for linking up to Inspiration Monday Party! I am pinning these babies for later!! XO Hope to see you back, Sunday!!

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  7. lovely cookies and memories are meant to be made in the kitchen my two boys love to cook and we try new things all the time

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  8. Fabulous idea for "frightful" weather! Thanks for linking up at Oh My Heartsie Girl Wordless Wednesday!

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  9. Now hoe do you do that? Make your cookies match your tea set so perfectly? Lol! Both are just fabulous! Sugar cookies are one of my favorites! Sounds like s fun day. Thanks for sharing with SYC.
    Hugs,
    Jann

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  10. Your cookies look yummy.

    We have not had winter for several years in our area, but this January, we really have a winter. And, I have felt like baking on the cold days. I'm going to think about some sweet pink hearts.

    Thanks for Sharing Your Cup!

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  11. PINK cookies are the best! Love your tea set!

    Cottage Blessings,
    Rebecca
    Chippy White Cottage

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  12. I love to bake, but rarely do these days. I definitely will make some of these for my mom's Valentine day!

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  13. Such pretty pink heart cookies! Happy Pink Saturday!

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  14. Pretty pink cookies AND tea set--what's not to love? Thank you for sharing @Vintage Charm! Pinning!

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  15. Those cookies are so cute!!

    Thanks for sharing at #HomeMattersParty!

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  16. Ohh! This is gorgeous!! Thanks for sharing at Home Sweet Home!

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  17. How pretty are those cookies!? Perfect with tea.

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  18. Debby, your photos are so pretty! Your tea set is beautiful too.

    Thank you for sharing such an elegant post with Thoughts of Home on Thursday. We are thrilled to have you. :)

    Pinned.

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  19. Your cookies are so lovely! Delicious too I bet.
    It is such a joy to have you join the gathering at Thoughts of Home on Thursday. You really help to elevate it to something very special.

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