Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Thankful For Cookies

Thanksgiving is coming in a little more than 2 weeks. What are YOU most thankful for? I know all the usual, we are thankful for our children and our health and our employment and such. But what else? In a class that I took, we had to list 100 things we were thankful for. I finished my paper in all of about 30 seconds. I am so very grateful for so many things, wonderful, amazing friends that call me even when I don't take the time to call them as often as I should, my pink bicycle and the freedom, ability and strength to ride it, the beautiful red, yellow & green leaves falling from the trees, the incredible friendship that I have with my daughter that fills my heart with love, parents that love me completely and that my son is doing so well in college and has a bright future ahead of him and then there's that little angel that taps her chest as the sign language sign for Grandma (or so she thinks is the sign for Grandma because I mistakenly taught her that). My little muse that brings me such joy. And I have a new muse coming this week in the form of my first grandson. And I'm thankful for cookies. I have so much fun designing cookies and the excitement when people pick up their cookies. My cup runneth over and I am blessed and thankful. So now I want to hear what YOU are thankful for in your life. Please leave a comment on this post and share the blessings.

Cookie Cutters Available HERE
Download Tutorial Cards HERE
Free Printable Cookie Tags HERE

I started with Paula the Pilgrim Girl, cookie cutter available HERE

and Palmer the Pilgrim Boy, cookie cutter available HERE

This is Istas the Indian Girl with beautiful braids. The cookie cutter has been updated since this posting so that the sections don't get stuck. I will post an updated photo and blog post soon. Updated cookie cutter available HERE

 and Irik the Indian Boy, cookie cutter available HERE

and I just love Timmy the Turkey with Pilgrim Hat. Cookie cutter available HERE

 This one is Thomas the Turkey with a sign saying "Eat Ham". Cookie cutter available HERE

and then I also made turkeys with feathers as quick and easy platters to bring to friends for Thanksgiving

and the Fall Tree goes well with Thanksgiving too

 and of course a pumpkin
 and apples too

Don't forget to leave a comment with what you are thankful for. I hope you count your blessings and enjoy a wonderful Thanksgiving!

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  1. Hi Cristine, I know you didn´t know me, but It is a year that I discover your Facebook page and I love your cookies, rarely I comment on the posts cause I see how many people comment so I think you didn´t need more complement, I am from Colombia, South America, and I feel in love wih baking, I think I am thankful for having my parents united after 17 years of separation, this year they will marry and finally I would have my own home, praying God that all came just right, thanks I love your cookies

    1. Wow Valerie! Congratulations to your parents! That is wonderful and I'm sure that warms your heart very much! Thank you for writing all the way from South America! Have fun with your baking and thanks for following Cristin's Cookies :-)

  2. Great cutters and cookies and an lovely *thankful* post Cristin. Best wishes for a wonderfully blessed Thanksgiving to you and your family.

    Good Health...just one thing I'm thankful for ;)

    1. Thank you Paula. Yes, health is a great thing to be thankful for. After being sick all last week, I'm VERY thankful to be coming out of the fog! :-)


Thank you for taking the time to leave a comment! I love hearing from you! Cristin