While I’m off having a baby, I asked some of my favorite bloggers in the crafty sweets world to step in and share some of their holiday favorites. This crew is full of talent and creativity. Speaking of which, here’s Katrina of In Katrina’s Kitchen.
Hey all you Edible Craft Gossipers!  Meaghan’s busy having a baby so you get me today. My name is Katrina and I blog at In Katrina’s Kitchen where dessert is always served first. Every December I host a virtual cookie party on my blog so I don’t get to share too many of my own holiday treats. Here are a few of my favorites from years past:

 

Patchwork Winter Mitten Cookies ~ No frosting (or sewing) required!

 

Simple Handprint Cookies ~ What is it about me and hands? These imprints of my toddler’s hands were a big hit with the grandparents. I think they will make great Christmas presents!

 

Snowmen Rice Krispies ~ If you’ve never had a rice krispie treat covered in chocolate you are missing out. Pop on a few pieces of candy and you have yourself a cozy looking snowman!

 

Santa Face Bell Cookies ~ A guest post on my site from the superhuman and uber-talented Callye (The Sweet Adventures of Sugarbelle). I have no words. She is a royal icing artist.

 

Cranberry Cookie Bites ~ A sweet guest post from our own Meaghan (the decorated cookie). She shared these as part of the virtual cookie party I hosted last year and they are so stinking cute I just want to gobble them all up!

 

 

I’ll Bring the Cookies 2011 Roundup ~ All of the 2011 cookies in one place! Deliciousness and cuteness overload! :)

 

 

I’ll Bring the Cookies 2012 ~ I’d love to invite you to stop by my blog every day in December as more talented bloggers will be posting their cookie creations! This link will take you to a roundup page that is updated daily.

 

Happy Holidays! ~ Katrina

 

Katrina is a wife and mom in a house full of boys who like to eat. Join her at In Katrina’s Kitchen where dessert is always served first. ? You can connect with her on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Google+, and Pinterest.

By Meaghan Mountford




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