It’s a party!!!

It’s Party time!!!!

….and to celebrate, I’m joining the

It all starts Monday, Dec. 10, and runs through the 15th.
I’m so happy to have you over!
I found this clever Smoothie in Houston
and just had to bring a few home with me, lol!
So… how about a little
“Fat Free” Smoothie and two of my patterns?
To enter, leave a comment and tell me about
your favorite Christmas cookie…

For a second chance, follow my blog and leave a comment…
Subscribing to my blog posts will give you a third chance,
just comment so I can count it…
I will choose a winner on Sunday, Dec. 16th
Please include your email address
or contact information so I can get in touch with you…
…can’t reach anonymous comments
I want to thank you for taking the time to stop by…
and because of the time of year,
please forgive me if I don’t answer all your comments.
Hope you enjoying visiting all the wonderful blogs
in this year’s hop.

Merry Christmas!
                                            

Cherry
Cherry

361 thoughts on “It’s a party!!!

  1. Lesley says:

    Love your smooth giveaways! My favorite cookie is a chocolate cookie with a mint chocolate frosting on top. It has become a favorite of many of my friends now!

  2. Patti says:

    A great giveaway. Love the patterns. My favorite Christmas cookie is a peanut blossom. They are especially good when they are still warm from the oven (but be careful that the chocolate is not too hot). Thanks for a chance.

  3. Just Carol says:

    We have a favorite cookie that is a Christmas tradition and was handed down from a couple generations…Sugar & Spice cookies. They are full of yummy goodness! That little smoothie is a great giveaway and two of your patterns would be an amazing prize. I follow you, of course! :O)

  4. Jeanie says:

    I guess I'd pick the simple sugar cookie because it can be cut out and dressed up in so many ways. Thanks for the giveaway… that tree pattern is stunning!

  5. Mommarock says:

    My favorite cookie reminds me a bit of a reeses peanut butter cup. It is made with a ritz cracker then you spread that with peanut butter and top it with another ritz. You melt chocolate almond bark (available at Walmart). Then take the ritz sandwich and dip it in the melted almond bark and set it on waxed paper to cool. That's it. SOOOOOO yummy. Just the right mix of sweet and salty, chocolate and peanut butter.. Ooooh trouble!!

  6. Fiona says:

    How lovely… a fat free smoothie.. what a great idea and your patterns are just as delicious…
    I love fruit mince pies.. not really a cookie but I love them best of all….
    Hugz

  7. Lisa Marie says:

    I love cookies! One of my favorites is a Chocolate Chip Orange Shortbread — mini chocolate chips, buttery shortbread, orange zest for great orange flavor, and the edge dipped in chocolate. Delicious!

  8. Scrapatches says:

    Gingerbread cookies, of any shape size or type, are my favorite Christmas Cookies … mmmmmm … may have to go make some right now. Thanks for the chance to win a fat free smoothie to go with them … πŸ˜‰ Pat

  9. Vivian says:

    Thank you so much for the chance.

    I love a round shortbread cookie. My mom would flatten them with the back of a fork and then place a bit of a red or green cherry on top.

  10. Barb says:

    I already subscribe to your blog posts via email. You'll see me at haileybarb at cox dot net. Oh – wanted to say I'd love to win that Smoothie and your patterns. It's about the lowest calorie smoothie I've ever seen!

  11. Sandra says:

    Fat free smoothie – Can't go wrong with that. I just love your patterns. I fell in love with the Feathered Christmas when I saw this in blue. So beautiful. Both of your patterns are really a nice giveway. Any of us would be touched to receive such a gift. Thank you for giving all of your followers a chance to win. Happy Holidays. I love chocolate chip cookies. Can't go wrong with those.

    Sandi T.
    Sonora, CA
    sandit1@scglobal.net

  12. Sally says:

    I've been a follower (via email) for some time and LOVE both patterns!!!! Don't have the Heather feather dies yet but will be going to El's Accuquilt Retreat in Jan so can cut them out then!! Thanks for chance!

  13. Linda says:

    My favorite Christmas cookie is those Peanut Blossoms… the ones with peanut butter in the dough and a Hershey kiss pressed into the center. Gosh those sound good right now!

  14. Linda says:

    …but I've actually been reading your blog for a long time. I get it through the Atom RSS feed, so I can read it in a separate section of my mailbox. I always enjoy seeing what you're working on. Thank you for these chances to win your lovely giveaway. I think your two patterns are both wonderful.

  15. Carla says:

    I am a follower en I love all cookies. I eat one or two of them for I have diabetic. The rest will be eaten by my husband who loves them stil more than I do. Carla

  16. Tammy says:

    Thats a cute smoothie…And looks calorie free…My favortie Christmas cookies…I like plain old afashioned peanut butter cookies, and blondies
    conn_and_vans_mom(at)yahoo(dot)com

  17. Apple Avenue Quilts says:

    My favorite Christmas cookie is a chocolate, almond sugar cookie dough rolled into a ball and then surrounded with regular sugar cookie dough and finally dipped in red and green sugar. So good! I love your patterns, thanks for the chance!

  18. Josie McRazie says:

    Well Hagatha (my sister of whom we no longer speak) made the best darn spritz cookies! I have tried to make then with the same recipe and it just don't work! :0( so second best is my Aunt Ritas fudge! Mmmmmm fudge!

  19. Thearica says:

    My favorite cookie is the stovetop Chocolate Oatmeal Cookie! My mother kept the staples of making these in the cupboard all of the time while we were growing up! I know we made them every week! My hubby and I are tobacco farmers and I made the mistake of taking a batch to the buyers at market one day. I think I have now made close to 5 dozen batches just for them over a 3 year period… lol

  20. Vicki W says:

    What a cute giveaway package! My favorite Christmas cookie is te snickerdoodle. I have to make mine gluten and egg free so they aren't as good as the "normal" ones! πŸ™‚

  21. VickiT says:

    What a cute idea with the Smoothie. I just love your tree pattern.
    My favorite cookie is a homemade frosted sugar cookie. Of course, I'd never turn down a Rosette cookie. Those I love as well.

  22. OhioLori says:

    I love iced cutout cookies…but my Husband loves cookies his Momma used to make..Spice Drops (kinda like Ginger Snaps). So I make both kinds for sure! lol

    Thanks for chance to win your drawing! πŸ™‚

  23. Jane S. says:

    My favorite Christmas cookie is probably Spritz, followed closely by the peppermint candy cane cookies that my mother makes. She emailed me the other day to tell me that she had made Spritz and it is in the freezer waiting for Christmas Day. πŸ™‚

  24. Sue says:

    My favorite cookie is a recipe from Great Grandmother called Mama Grayce's Originals. They have are a puff pastry with a brown sugar, butter and coconut filling glazed with either an orange or lemon glaze. Yummy!

  25. VeeBee says:

    Fave holiday cookies/treat: my Nana's homemade pecan pralines. DELICIOUS! I'm not the most skilled candy maker (probably because I only attempt it once or twice a year), so my results are uneven. But when they turn out— super YUM, melt-in the-mouth!

  26. Vjquilter says:

    My favorite Christmas cookie is the cut-out kind from rolled out dough made with sour cream and frosted with homemade frosting with butter in it! Yum! My address is vjsprain(at)cox(dot)net.

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