|I made some peppermint bark yesterday. I don't remember where the recipe was. I googled about four different ones. This is only about half of the pan I made. The other half was for the vultures that were flying around the kitchen. ;P|
|This is the plate I will be giving the neighbors. She brought us some goodies over on this same plate. I am so lame I thought I would just take my goodies over to her on the same plate. Hee hee. (She will think it's funny..) (I washed the plate, btw...) lol Oh, from the left: M & M's cookies, using M & M's mini baking bits, Peanut Butter Blossoms, and the peppermint bark. <--- This was the recipe I ended up using. I was going to try her Christmas Tree Peppermint Bark, but I still haven't found any good Christmas tree cookie cutters to use. So I ended up using just a regular bark recipe instead..|
|I finished a pair of slippers yesterday. I really liked making these. Someone had posted a bunch of slippers they had made for co-workers, on Crochetville. And she posted the links to all the patterns. This was one of the patterns. I think it might be new favorite slipper pattern. It's just easy, and looks cool. (IMO) I added the ties, since the cuff seemed a little loose. I didn't read the last part of the pattern where she said she added a couple sctog's on the cuff part. I will do that next time. I crocheted these with a skein of the yarn the wonderful Elf sent me for the Holiday Wishlist RAOK. :D I put these in a pile of slippers I am sending to Pine Ridge. I think I have a good enough sized pile to send them pretty soon.|
The slipper pattern is called Short Faux Heel Slipper Sock, it's a free Ravelry Download.