Weekend Recap...

This past weekend, we celebrated Christmas with my Dad's side of the family...
Here's a look at some of the madness: 

What I wore:
Skirt: Express
Shirt: Forever 21
Necklace: Jewelry Plus (Boston, MA)

What I made:

Rudolph Cookies!

What we did:

Took a cheesy cousins picture (3 of my cousins are missing!)

We held a "Yankee Swap", but had everyone bring something from their house that they don't need/want anymore.
Left picture: Steve modeling my Size 10, men's cowboy boots that I ended up with...Definitely snuck those puppies into my Uncle's closet...cant wait till he finds them!
Right picture: My Uncle and his VHS' and a Rewinder...haha

Some other items that got thrown into the mix:
A Half-eaten box of chocolates
A Drew Bledsoe Jersey
A Sam Adams 6 Pack (with 1 missing)
Massage Chair
A knock-off Jenga Game, called "Timber"

What did you do this weekend!?

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10 comments

  1. Those Rudolph cookies are the CUTEST things EVER!!!!!

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  2. What a cute idea for a gift exchange! I have never heard of that before. Sounds like it would be pretty funny. :)

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  3. those cookies are too cute! looks like you have a wonderful family :)

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  4. The Rudolph cookies are so cute!! How do you make the head shaped like that? I may need something to bring to my office for Christmas treats!

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    1. Thanks, obviously got them from pinterest! just roll them in a ball, flatten with your palm and then pinch the bottom. Make sure you put the candy and pretzels in ASAP, they harden really fast

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  5. Just randomly found your blog while snooping around!! So cute--I love the reindeer cookies (how did you get them to shape that way?!) and the little doggie in one of the collages.

    New follower!!

    audrieis.blogspot.com

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    1. Thanks Girl! They are super easy...just roll them in a ball, flatten with your palm and then pinch the bottom. Make sure you put the candy and pretzels in ASAP, they harden really fast

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  6. First of all, I'm loving the trim on your black skirt.

    Secondly, I've never heard of a Yankee swap but it's a great idea. The fact that someone brought a am Adams 6 Pack w/1 missing is so cool haha.

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  7. love the blog!!
    great job!! :) keep it up!
    http://www.facebook.com/KatHarrisPhotography

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