Good morning partiers! I hope you're all enjoying the party! I know I'm having all kinds of fun and getting some great recipes, tips and ideas for this Holiday Season!
The fun continues today at Laughter and Grace, where Jennifer is giving us her tried and true tips for hosting a fabulous cookie exchange and she's sharing some delicious cookie recipes to get you started!
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One of Jennifer's excellent tips is that lots of cookies freeze very well, so baking them ahead of time can make your cookie exchange a lot less stressful during the holiday rush!
And don't forget that tomorrow's (Thursday) hostesses, Sharon at Mrs Hines Class and Nicole at Scraptastic Memories will be showing us some beautiful handmade Holiday cards and giving us some super cute and creative ways to display them! I can't wait to see what they've got in store for us!
If you missed Day 1 and/or Day 2 of our party, you can get the links to everything HERE.
And for the crowning jewel of this incredible blog party, come join us for the Blog-Wide Christmas In July Link Party on Friday! (7/27) You can link up your favorite Holiday recipes, crafts, decor and gift projects at any of the 8 hostesses' blogs, so start digging through those posts from past Holiday seasons! Or, if you're already preparing for this year's celebrations, by all means, show us what you've got so far!
Since this party is helping to put me in the Holiday spirit, I've got another fun Holiday recipe to share with you today as well. It's a great dish to make for a casual Christmas Eve buffet. You can make it ahead and whip up 2 or 10 of them, depending on the number of guests that you're having. The pork is moist and flavorful and the glaze is sweet and sassy.
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