and homemade butterfingers, which are made from peanut butter, sandwiched between two Cheez-Its and dipped in almond bark.
Paula Deen's Christmas Collector's Issue 2011, and I wrapped them super similar to the way she did in the magazine. Why mess with perfection?
Then, we passed a Sweet and Savory Mixed Nuts cone, as well as a jar of apple butter on to all of our sisters and brothers and grandpas. Usually, we do a gift exchange among the adults, but due to a lack of finances, BJ and I opted to take this route and exclude ourselves from the exchange. It really stinks, especially when we don't see one family for Christmas, because it kinda feels as though we've been forgotten. It's not that I need a gift. It's just nice to know that you've been remembered. So, that's what we tried to do, with our little goodies, for everyone.
I'm also thrilled to share, before I'm off to a little storytime with my kiddos, that this layout made me a ColourQ Courtier! Yea! Thanks so much to Arielle and the ColourQ team! It is always so much fun to play along with your fun and inspirational color stories!