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Sunday, November 29, 2015

Mouth Watering Wreaths


Happy Sunday, dear friends!  Did you have a good holiday?  Ours was wonderful.  We had a great time and plenty of laughs with our girls.  I took plenty of pics and will share them soon.

Today is all about wreaths - edible ones.  
 



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food network



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Daily Mail

This would be the Mister's favorite.  


Super CraftiFragilistic

cinnamon sticks
Apartment Therapy

Bet this one smells good, too!

Thoughtfully Simple


Dekorella



Dekorella


Dekorella

I think this one is so pretty.  
Who would've thunk it?



Dekorella

For those of you who fear vampires.


Until next time...



Katie Clooney
Katie Clooney

I'm Katie. Thanks for stopping by my blog. I am an empty nester meandering through my middle-aged years while entangled in the never-ending process of renovating an antique home on the South Shore of Massachusetts. I love to write about books, movies, TV, celebrities, decorating, and weekend adventures. My favorite writing material is derived from my family: the Mister, my girls, #1 and #2, and my two untrainable, rambunctious pups, Chowdah and Chili.

12 comments:

  1. Aren't those clever? I know I am one of the IN crowd because I made one of those cinnamon stick wreaths just like that one...oh- wait--that was back in 1983! lol These are all fun, Katie! Have a wonderful Sunday. xo Diana

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  2. Love the edible wreaths...may do the pretzel wreath with my class the week before Christmas, just need to find a way to have it match the curriculum. I'll make it work.

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  3. Very fun, katie, I have seen the garlic wreath before and love the others!

    xoxo
    Karena
    The Arts by Karena
    India Hicks Holiday Collection

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  4. Hi Katie! So glad you & the Mister had a wonderful holiday with your girls! I hope Chili & Chowda behaved themselves. Hope the girls are feeling better. I have been battling one persistent cold for weeks; finally feeling better. Pretty wreaths ....my mom used to make beautiful pinecone ones; you don't see too many of those any more. xoxo, Dawn

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  5. What unique wreath ideas you found. I wonder how people keep the sweet ones from becoming very sticky and gooey. Even more importantly, how do you keep little ones from eating your wreaths? I'm fairly certain the vegetable ones would be safe at my house, but that's it. Looking forward to seeing pictures of your Thanksgiving.

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  6. Interesting! I love fruits and veggies used as table centerpieces but I'm not sure what I think about a brussel sprouts wreath.

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  7. I think I made a GUMDROP one years ago with the boys!Love the radishes and red onions...............

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  8. Wow -- those are beautiful -- would love that gumpdrop one -- just in case I needed a little snack! :)

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  9. So many good ideas! I turned the AC on again today, so most of these would just drip gooeyness down my front door, but I really do like them!

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  10. I love them all! So glad that your family enjoyed the Thanksgiving holiday!

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