Not too late for a handmade Christmas gift!

21 Dec

Ahhhh you all know I love to make gifts from the heart AND you know I love to bake, so I came across a Donna Hay recipe in the Sunday magazine, which is an excerpt  from her current magazine issue out > Cranberry & Pistachio Biscotti. The recipe is super easy and super tasty. I baked 2 x batches and popped them into cello bags sealed them, then folded them down and then made my own card label to match my person Christmas cards to staple over the sealed bag, they are the perfect little gift to wish a little Merry Christmas cheer!

Only a day and a half left of the working week for me, I can’t wait! I hope you all have an awesome, Christmas filled with tons of laughs and love! Merry Christmas! xxxx

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4 Responses to “Not too late for a handmade Christmas gift!”

  1. handmadepaper December 26, 2011 at 11:05 am #

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