Saturday, December 10, 2011

What I Bookmarked This Week

It's Saturday - time to share my weekly bookmarks with you. These are recipes I want to try or projects that have inspired me. Here are a few from this week I hope they inspire you as well. 

I really love these Rudolph Nose Cookies on a Stick from Munchkin Munchies.  They are SO cut and SO easy - a definite must make with the kids!!


Jenna's Everything Blog made Pumpkin Spice Latte Syrup.  I wait all year for this great treat at Starbucks - now I can make my own.


Every morning I make oatmeal with bananas and peanut butter - I make it with almond milk.  I was excited to see that Joy The Baker took these exact ingredients and turned  it into a great Peanut Butter, Banana & Oat Milkshake.  Can't wait to give a try.

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I love all the creative ideas over at the Jelly Shot Test Kitchen.  For the holidays they posted these great Eggnog Jelly Shots - I think I want to have a holiday party just so I have an excuse to make these.


I am always finding great craft inspirations at eighteen25 I love these Self Portrait Ornaments - I think the kids would enjoy making them too!


Here is another fun craft I plan on making with the kids over winter break, I found this recipe for Gingerbread Playdough at The Sweet Adventures of Sugarbelle.


I love this Embroidered "Home Sweet Home" Wall Decor that I saw at Kojo Designs - the tutorial looks simple enough - I think I can do this.


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You can find a lot more of my favorite things on Pinterest - yes I'm addicted too!
These are few of the many things in the blogosphere that have inspired me this week - what has inspired you??







3 comments:

  1. My favorite part about the fall is everything pumpkin. I book marked that syrup just now and want to make a million gallons of it! Thanks for sharing!

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  2. I want to make the playdough and the milkshakes:) Thanks for the link~love with my nose pops!

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  3. Gingerbread playdough sounds perfect for this time of year.

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