Chickaniddy Crafts: Santa Claus is coming to Town

 So a couple weeks ago I was up on the Chickaniddy Crafts blog.  Check out my fun supplies:

The Jolly Good Collection makes me a happy crafter!  I altered a hinged tin with it.

All the supplies are by Chickaniddy Crafts with the exception of the ink and the twine.

paper:  chickaniddy crafts/jolly good collection  twine:  divine twine  other:  papertrey ink vellum

I used a sticker to close the wax paper liner:

These have to be the easiest Peanut Butter Cookies to make!

Who doesn’t love cookies?!  I wasn’t introduced to Peanut Butter until I was in High School.

This is when I reveal that I’m really not much of a cooker/baker.  There are several dishes that I cook, including Yellow Curry and Spinach Lasagna but the kids are the bakers in the household.
This particular Peanut Butter recipe is ultra-simple…3 ingredients:
1 c. Peanut Butter
1 c. Sugar 
1 egg
Mix well {I use less than 1 cup of sugar}.  Roll into balls and place on lightly greased cookie sheet.  Using a fork, flatten each ball.
Cook at 350 degrees for 8-10 minutes.

I couldn’t believe all the snow we received yesterday.  Okay, so it wasn’t feet of the stuff but for Washington State, it was enough.  I’ve been really horrid about taking pictures but there was 6 of us that got together to craft -n- chat including Vicki Dutcher!  In true crafty form, we all chatted and laughed for several hours.  I’ll have to hijack pictures from some of the other girls (KimberlyKateKatieTonya) but we had a ton of fun.  We missed Lisa, Toni & Amber!
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26 thoughts on “Chickaniddy Crafts: Santa Claus is coming to Town”

  1. adorable tin. love those colors. pink gets me every time! awesome that you got together with crafty friends!

  2. Oh how fun for a crafty day! that is my kind of recipe! your tin is adorable. Love all the pink and green.

  3. What an awesome project Amy! Will make a wonderful little gift for a certain special someone!

  4. Love the easy cookie recipe fits perfect in your fun homework 😉 so fun meeting some fellows

  5. Sniff sniff, I ended up feeling poorly after 12n so may have been just as well. I love how you decorated your tin Amy. Love the colors of your supplies.

  6. This is so pretty,Amy!! I love the colors and the details!! Awesome job!!
    And thanks for the recipe! I guess i need to try these!! 🙂

  7. Thanks for your kind comments on my blog (always–not sure how you keep it up!); great recipe and cutest cookie tin EVER! You rocked the PS designer month and I see you are virtually in Italy, too?! Isn't the internet CRAZY?

  8. I can see why you like this collection so much, it's wonderful and so is your decorated tin with those yummy cookies!

  9. What a super cute tin! I love the fun colors! I also love the cookie recipe, I am going to make them tomorrow!

  10. Fantabulous cookie recipe. Yea family bakers! I don't seem to have that special baking knack but hubby loves to one time a year, sometimes. Lol. You guessed it…Christmas cookies! Love yr wrapping around yr cookies. ESPECIALLY love that beautiful, handsome gold glitter stag you did a few days back Amy.

  11. I just love the soft pink and green combo here! Your tin is beautiful, Amy! And your cookies look wonderful. Can't believe there is only 3 ingredients. Have to give that one a try!

  12. Omg, so so cute! I went a totally different way with the one you sent me. Wish i had thought to take a pic during the weekend sun!

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