Monday, December 4, 2017

Virtual Cookie Exchange Blog Hop And Giveaways

Let the baking begin for another Virtual Cookie Exchange Blog Hop!
This year also includes Christmas traditions and giveaways...fun!


So...who's blog hopping? Amazing bloggers, of course!

December 5 

There are giveaways, too!

Shopping at Quilt Taffy is one of favorite things to do!

Stained Glass Flowers paper piecing patterns from
Whims and Fancies for two lucky winners!



Give thanks to MooseStash Quilting for this amazing
giveaway of Island Batik fabric!
a Rafflecopter giveaway


Home Sewn By Us is giving away a Cutting Gizmo and more!

26 comments:

Julia D @ Jada's Quilting Adventures said...

Those delicious looking cookies caught my eye ;) Every year I try to bake a bunch of different cookies. We always get in the car with hot chocolate and drive around to look at all the decorated houses :) Thanks for a chance at the giveaway. Happy Holidays :)

Lisa Marie said...

Making many varieties of cookies and delivering them to family and friends has been a long standing tradition in our house.

Carol said...

I love this hop--participated once--but too much going on the first weekend in December. Glad to see you are hosting it again!

Carol said...

Our church women always have a Christmas get-together that I look forward to. Now that our kids have their own families, some of our traditions have gone out the window, but we do get together after Christmas each year to celebrate.

Home Sewn By Us said...

Hi Carol,
Thank you for hosting the virtual cookie exchange! I've checked out all of today's posts and everyone has shared a delicious recipe. Yum! ~smile~ Roseanne

krislovesfabric said...

Look forward to checking out the posts today :)

Angie&Gary Short said...

My husband and I have only been married 2 years, but we eat with family every Christmas. It's fun!

Anita Jackson @ Domestic Felicity said...

I have no special traditions we follow, but I have had a tendency to make more homemade gifts for giving in the past several years~ I would love to see that catch on~

Louise said...

So fun and festive to see everyone's cookies! I don't do any baking, but have been known to indulge in a dessert or two at restaurants at this time of year...

Monica said...

Every Christmas Eve we get together with my sons' Godmother (they share her... ) and her family and exchange gifts. We've been doing this since they were born 21+ years.

Kathy E. said...

Baking cookies is my favorite tradition...eating them is my second favorite! Thank you, Carol, for organizing this blog hop as I collect a whole new batch of yummy recipes!

Lee said...

Thanks for hosting the virtual cookie exchange again - it is so fun! One of our traditions is taking some hot cocoa and popcorn in the card and driving to see all the holiday lights!

Sewgirl said...

We always have Cinnamon rolls on Christmas morning. It's a recipe my mom handed down, yummy!!

Unknown said...

We make peanut brittle to give to family and friends. Nancy A: rangerer@sbcglobal.net

RosieGma said...

We always check out the lights around our town on Christmas Eve.

Judy Zoll said...

Thanks for the time you spend in organizing the cookie exchange, it's lots of fun for us!

Siouxzq64@gmail.com said...

Wow loads of yummy looking cookies. Now I want to make cookies, but must finish gifts and get them in the mail first. :D

Debby said...

So many of the sites I visit only let you enter through Facebook. I don't use it. So sad I can't enter other ways. Cookies have been very yummy

GranChris said...

I can't wait to see what everyone cooks up.

LJ said...

It's wonderful to see what Christmas cookies everyone makes. We definitely have many traditional cookies that we make but I love making one new recipe every year.

Kathy L said...

What a wonderful blog hop.

Debby said...

My favorite cookie is the peanut butter blossoms with the kisses in the middle.
Thank you for the chance to win. Great hop.

Anonymous said...

My favorite cookies are Honey Cookies - a sort of chocolate chip and walnut cookie with honey as the sweetener. Thanks!

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Anonymous said...

No special traditions except spending a lot of time with family and friends. Thanks!

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Lisa Marie said...

Our favorite Christmas cookies are called Cappuccino Flats and they come from the book BETTER HOMES AND GARDENS COOKIES FOR CHRISTMAS published in the mid-80s. It's still my favorite cookie book ever. I believe you can still find copies for sale online.

Scrapatches said...

These cookies look delicious! ... Thanks for sharing ... and hosting ... {{{{{{{{{christmas hugs}}}}}}}}} ... <3 Pat