Monday, February 14, 2011

Be Mine!



Happy Valentines Day!


We're baking up some fun for you today! Yesterday my friends and I got together to make molded cookies for Valentine's Day. We used some of the heart shaped molds I've collected from House on the Hill.

Everyone brought a couple of cookie sheets to the baking party. I made up two batches of chocolate Springerle dough, enough for lots of cookies. There is something addictive about pressing beautiful shapes into the dough.

Flona made my favorite discovery of the day. She used one of my vintage biscuit cutters on a couple of the small round cookies. The trim plus the fluted edge on the cookie was just too sweet! Martha Steward has cookie cutters with fluted edges. They come in many sizes too. I couldn't find them on-line, but click here for another link.

Linda made this one for her husband....as they sail through life together.

Wish you could have been here too! But since my kitchen is very small...I'm sending a part of the party to one lucky winner.

I have an extra mold and would like to give it away.
Leave a comment and I will spin the random number generator. Contest ends Wednesday, Feb. 16th. I will try and send out the prize before leaving for cross stitch market.

Don't forget the Moda Pillow Talk is going on this month. I've been bad about posting visits! But it's never too late to visit any of these gals! The welcome mat is always out.

February 8th … Kate Spain
February 9th … Kathy Schmitz Studios
February 10th … Thimbleblossoms
February 11th … Me and My Sister Designs
February 12th … Minick & Simpson
February 13th … Oliver + S
February 14th … Pieces From My Heart
February 15th … Laurie & Jessi Jung
February 16th … Sweetwater
February 17th...Barbara Brackman
February 18th … Deb Strain
February 19th … American Jane
February 20th … Primitive Gatherings

Wishing you all a very sweet day!

Alma

362 comments:

  1. You ladies sure looked like you were having fun! The cookies are amazing!
    Happy Valentine's Day!

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  2. pkf54@earthlink.net says
    What wonderful fun you and your friends have in the kitchen, I'd love to join in on the fun!
    paula f.

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  3. How fun. The cookied are amazing. I would love to try to make one like these.
    Mary

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  4. I have never seen such beautiful cookie molds that actually come out so clearly!

    It looks like you had a lot of fun too! Happy Valentine's Day!

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  5. Wow, your cookies are amazing..what a neat thing to do! Really enjoying the pillow blog hop. Thanks!

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  6. Oh they are just fabulous and my mouth is watering now. So nice to do it with your friends too.
    Thanks for the opportunity in your draw.

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  7. Happy Valentine's Day! I love baking and haven't tried cookie molds yet. They look like fun!

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  8. I've never seen cookie molds like that. Having fun reading the pillow
    blog hop.

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  9. The cookie molds are so awesome and they made such beautiful designs on the cookies....it is great that you have such wonderful friends to share..I would love to try one of these....Happy Valentine's Day...

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  10. Such beautiful cookies and forms for them! Heart is so elegantly and smartly! And the ship - a work of art!
    I want very much to participate in the giveaway! Hope I'll win )))

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  11. Wow, those cookies look amazing, how wonderful to have all those gorgeous moulds! Look like it was a happy day!
    Happy Valentine's Day!!
    Hugs,
    Margaret B

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  12. Wahou the cookies are amazing, just love the shape of the mold!
    Happy Valentine's day

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  13. I have always wanted a mold like those...I'd love to be entered.

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  14. Hi Alma, I bought the Hornbrook mold with the abc's that I saw on your blog last year or the year before when I was laid up with a broken ankle. I enjoy all of the Blackbird Designs. Your next book looks amazing just from it's cover! I loved your pillow for the blog hop. It's great to have wonderful friendships. ;-) with little bee-hugs, deb-bee

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  15. Looks like you all had a lot of fun with the cookies. The cookies look wonderful!

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  16. Those cookies are gorgeous...but do you really EAT those? I'm not sure I could. LOL

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  17. Those are the most beautiful cookies I have ever seen. Didn't know that molds like that exist.
    I would love to enter the drawing.
    Happy Valentine's Day!

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  18. what fun you gals had! they all look lovely. I would love to enter for one of your molds. hugs

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  19. Tricia - Ft. BelvoirFebruary 14, 2011 at 9:01 AM

    These are beautiful ~ thank you so much for the giveway. I'd love to be included. Have a wonderful day with your Valentine!

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  20. Those are beautiful. I have some cookie molds, but none that detailed and pretty. I'll be looking at that website again. Thanks!

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  21. Looks like you ladies had a blast!! What gorgeous cookies you all made!
    Would love to enter your drawing :)

    siouxsie40@gmail.com

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  22. What fun to have a Valentine's baking party! Wish I could have been there, too. Thanks for sharing it.
    Happy Valentines Day to you!

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  23. What a great way to spend time with friends. Happy Valentine's Day.

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  24. Amazing cookies - wow!

    I'd enjoy owning that delightful mold. :-)

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  25. Wohoo! Cookies - I'd love an excuse to bake some more! :-D

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  26. What gorgeous, wonderful cookies! May I be yours Alma? *phuleaze* with sugar on top?

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  27. I love these molds and have been wanting one for ages. Thanks for the giveaway! Looks like you ladies had lots of fun!

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  28. Such a beautiful cookie mold!! I would be honored to own such a wonderful piece!! Thank you for offering such a generous give a way!!
    Happy Valentines Day!!

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  29. Happy Valentines Day to you. Lovely cookies - what fun you all had!

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  30. I have several cookie molds from House on the Hill but they all have to do with Christmas - I have none for other holidays and would love to add to the collection of molds I have just started.
    Karen
    http://karensquilting.com/blog/

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  31. Your cookies are just beautiful!! What a fun way to spend time with good friends.

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  32. How fun Alma - I'll pass on the give away - I probably could not figure out how to use it LOL ! good luck at market - can't wait to see the new book. Cheers and Happy V-day to you! Melody

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  33. It looks like you had a fun day with your friends. All the cookies look delish and so very pretty!

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  34. The valentine heart mold is wonderful. Valentine's day has always had a special meaning for me because my daughter was born on this day - so we go way out for the hearts. Love the fluted edged cookie cutter - a must have.

    Terry in So. Calif.

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  35. What a great idea. I have had dinner parties, quilting parties and even stitching parties, but never a baking party. I would love to give that a whirl!

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  36. Hübsche Plätzchen, sprechen sie warm mit meinem deutschen Herzen:)

    Pretty cookies, they speak warmly to my German heart:)

    Thx for the chance Alma, I adore House on the Hill molds. Happy Valentines Day!

    Sue in NY

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  37. Love cookie parties! The molds are gorgeous, thank you for sharing some baking love with us!

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  38. Happy Valentine's Day! I would love one of those cookie molds. Your blog is always so much fun - thanks for sharing.

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  39. Fantastic looking cookies!! Happy Valentine's Day!

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  40. Would love to win the mold! Also, thank you for the links to the Moda Pillow Talk. I'm a cross stitcher but I'm having a great time enjoying all the quilt and fabric blogs.
    Sandy Muir

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  41. What a fun get together. Your molded Valentine's Cookies look fantastic.

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  42. Hi alma
    Oh what fun! It sounds like something
    I would love to do.
    I don't have one of those molds, but would love to have one. Thanks for the chance.
    Happy Valentine's Day!
    Darlene N
    mlndkn@comcast.net

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  43. What a wonderful way to spend a day with friends! Please enter me in your giveaway ~ I've been admiring and coveting these molds for a while, but haven't yet bought one...

    Happy Valentine's Day!

    Blessings, Patti

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  44. Oh my heavens - I will sit here with all my fingers and toes crossed till I hear who wins! (Of course, I hope it will be me.) What gorgeous molds! What beautiful creations you've made! :D

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  45. What lovely molds! Makes me want to pull some of my old cutters out and get baking. Too much fun!
    Happy V-day!

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  46. What a fun cookie party!! I love HotH cookie molds - there just great! Throw me in the mix.

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  47. oh wow! Those cookie molds are beautiful! Bread...now cookies, hummmm

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  48. Happy Valentines Day! What a treat to see you girls baking! I love making cookies with those molds also! Been collecting for a few years! They are so beautiful just as themselves! I have to find the recipe for chocolate springerle! Why didn't I think of that?!

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  49. What lovely cookies! I would jump for joy to have a mold like that - please enter my name in the drawing. Happy Valentine's Day!

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  50. At first glance they look like chocolate candies..I would love to win the mold..Happy Valentines Day..

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  51. Your cookies are great and it seems like you had a great time together.The heart molds are just too beautiful.
    greetings from Germany!
    Britta

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  52. I just LOVE every single ONE of those molds. They're all so BEAUTIFUL. And you guys sure looked like you had a fantastic time! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  53. What beautiful molds and cookies, which I am sure are equally delicious. Thank you for sharing all your talents with us! I so enjoy reading your blog!!! Please include me in this wonderful opportunity of a drawing! Happy Valentine's Day!!!

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  54. Baking is so much fun to do. With friends it makes it even more enjoyable....Trudy M.

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  55. What a lovely idea to spend a fun day with your friends. I'd love to be the lucky winner of your extra mold. Thanks for sharing.
    cyninthekitchen@yahoo.ca

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  56. Oh Wow! Enter my name! I love those!!! They are sooo beautiful!
    You all are so creative! Your my inspiration!

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  57. Beautiful!! What a fun time! I would love to have one of those molds! Thanks!

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  58. Boy your cookies look perfect! What a fun time with you had with your friends! Remember that there are 3 antique shows in Nashville this weekend. See you Sat

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  59. Looks like such a fun day with friends.

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  60. Gorgeous cookies! I've always admired the House on the Hill molds. Chocolate springerle...yum!

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  61. A cookie party, how good is that? We have Christmas cookie parties but a Valentine's Day cookie party sounds good to me.

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  62. What a fun and yummy day....

    Have fun at stitching market...hugs...Susan

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  63. THE Blackbird Designs!? I've found you! :)
    Happy Valentines Day!

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  64. What fun, I'd love to win the cookie mold. Happy Valentine's Day

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  65. I have always wanted to try this! I would love to be entered in your drawing. Thanks!

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  66. Alma, I love your cookie cutters. Those are gorgeous and make gorgeous cookies. Now where do we find a recipe for the Chocolate Springerle cookie you use? Can't wait for market. I've already pre-ordered the new book!

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  67. Beautiful! Please send the recipe too!

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  68. You are so good about having giveaways! Beautiful cookies!

    Brenda in IL

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  69. What a fun day you all had. The results are amazing. If I were to win, I could make my cookies for my husband who has a Valentine's Day Birthday. I am always looking for ways to make his day special.

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  70. Oh what fun, There's nothing like friends getting together and having fun.
    Betty

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  71. I love molds - these are beautiful. And that they actually work is even better!

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  72. Oh Alma, the cookie molds look like such fun+yummy too! I'd love to win one! Thank You so much!

    jldouglas@wipswest.net

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  73. Shared fun is double fun, at least that is what we say over here.
    Specially when baking such lovely cookies.

    The "pattern" on that mould would be lovely for a cros stitch sampler!
    Just an idea ;-)

    greetings from the Netherlands

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  74. Your Valentine's Day cookies turned out quite exquisite. The detail on them is so sharp and clear..Happy Valentine's Day!

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  75. Well, these cookies definitely would win any competition they were entered in. I would not have believed they were cookies if I hadn't known. What a lovely romantic sentiment Linda's represents! I love that old fashioned paddleboat.
    Thanks so much for the chance of winning one of future heirlooms :>)
    Angela xx

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  77. Happy Valentines Day. I would love to be the winner.

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  78. Melissa D in AlbuquerqueFebruary 14, 2011 at 10:58 AM

    Those cookies look yummy! Happy Valentine's Day!

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  79. Okay - I have been stalking this web site since your Christmas blog with the molds a couple years back. I would love to win a heart mold - and I'm going to break down and place an order for some molds. They are so beautiful! Thanks!

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  80. Oh my goodness, what wonderful cookies you have made. Happy Valentine's Day! - and please enter me in your drawing, too.

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  81. Those cookies are gorgeous! Almost too pretty to eat...almost! ;) I've never used a cookie mold before, but would love to give it a try. You're such a sweet lady. Thanks for the giveaway.

    Happy Valentine's Day, Alma!

    Rebekka
    rashulett@cableone.net

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  82. I've always wanted to try those kind of cookies, but my dear husband told me they'd never come out of the mold so not to buy any molds--guess I know better now! Happy Valentine's Day!

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  83. Sono meravigliosi!!Troppo belli!
    Buon San Valentino.
    Ciao
    Annarita

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  84. Gorgeous cookies! They look beautiful. Please add me to the giveaway for the cookie mold. Thanks for such a wonderful blog.

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  85. They look delicious! Please enter me in your giveaway.

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  86. Those look very yummy!! And you all looked like youi were having a shole lot of fun too.

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  87. My mom makes springerle every year for Christmas. Beautiful molds!

    auntie m

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  88. oops, sorry, I meant to type "you" and "whole"--my fingers are cold, but my heart is warm--Happy Valentine's Day!

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  89. Those cookies look too pretty to eat. What a fun way to spend the day.

    Hope you have a wonderful Valentine's day too!

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  90. Hi Alma, I would love to win your cookie mold! They are so pretty! Please enter me in your drawing!

    Tedra Raden, Phoenix, AZ
    trsamcat@cox.net

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  91. I've always thought those cookie molds look gorgeous!

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  92. Wow, those are beautiful cookies! Thanks for sharing, and thank you for the opportunity to win a mold!

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  93. Looks like you ladies had a great time, how fun! I would love to try to make some of them. Thank you for the chance.

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  94. Those look wonderful, they almost look like wall art

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  95. I would love to try making one. Thanks for the link now I know where you get them from. The Adam and Eve ones are unique.

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  96. Wow, How fun! The cookies look great! Happy Valentine's day

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  97. Looking at your molded cookies reminded me that I haven't used my cookie molds in quite a while. I have several molds from Brown Bag that I use and two of them are
    hearts. You inspired me to dig those out and make some cookies. (My husband will definitely approve of the inspiration!)
    Linda

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  98. Those cookies look too pretty to eat! But I wouldn't mind trying!

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  99. The cookies are beautiful, would you share a recipe with us? I have a small mold that I have not used yet - I'll have to give it a try! Sue

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  100. I would love one of your molds. They look amamzing. Thanks for the give away. Happy Valentine's Day!

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  101. Those cookies look like works of art. How can you eat them!

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  102. love those cookies and hearts too
    would love to win

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  103. What a fun get together - your cookies look too beautiful to eat!!! Happy Valentine's Day!!!

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  104. I love the molds! You all look like you could do some damage when you all get together!
    Patti

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  105. Happy Val Day! Thanks for sharing the love.

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  106. Looks like great fun. Would like to try that myself.

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  107. Oh... I have been admiring these molds for a long time... They are beautiful works of art in and of themselves. Pick me! :)

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  108. Beautiful cookies!! Beautiful friends!!
    Happy Valentine's Day to you and your friends.
    pat

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  109. Wow...those cookies are just too gorgeous to eat! Your molds are just beautiful. Happy Valentine's Day!!

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  110. The cookies look wonderful! I haven't had Springerle since I was a student. I'd love the chance to win the mold and promise to make them!

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  111. Oh how fun! I love the mold with the ship - what a great choice for the person you're "sailing through life" with. And I would love to be entered in the drawing. Happy Valentine's Day. (I just finished my Be Mine stocking and have been stitching along on Valentine Rose too!)

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  112. The cookies are wonderful!!! Grandkids would love to make these!

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  113. Love the idea of the mold for cookies. Great Idea. I am sure who ever gets one will love it.
    Karin E :)

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  114. That looks like so much fun! I would love to enter!

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  115. AHHHHHHHHHHH! Yes!! Love the cookie molds. And the results look scrumptious. Yum, Yum. Fun getting together to bake!! Happy Valentine's day!!!

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  116. You introduced me to Springerle Cookies in Christmas of 2009. I would love to add a Heart mold to my collection.

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  117. Oh wow! Would love toive this a try. Thanks for the offer. I made monster cookies today--bake sale for a youth mission trip. Yours are much prettier.
    From sunny Kansas where the witch isn't the only thing melting! Yeah!!!

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  118. What beautiful cookies--almost too pretty to eat (notice, I said "almost"). Thanks for offering this giveaway. Happy Valentine's Day!

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  119. The cookies look amazing. I have only used molds like this to make paper projects, I have never tried to bake a cookie with them, but now I've been inspired.

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  120. I love the look of the molded cookie forms. Thank you for this opportunity!

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  121. Beautiful cookies!!! I love Springerle cookie molds!! I think they are nice to display in your kitchen, etc. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  122. Happy Valentine's Day! Such beautiful cookies - almost too pretty to eat!

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  123. those are the prettiest cookies i have any seen

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  124. What a fun day! Those cookies are amazing. I have those cookie moulds on my 'wishlist' and often browse their website....maybe one day.

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  125. love that heart mold. How fun to do that with friends. Becky in Georgia

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  126. Happy Valentines Day ! And thanks for sharing....

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  127. What a wonderful Valentine's Day idea!

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  128. Oh, how beautiful! I would love to be able to make these cookies.

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  129. I love cookie molds:) Baking is so much fun, especially when friends/family help! Love your designs as well.

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  130. How fun to make such great cookies with your friends. I would love to do that with my friends.

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  131. Those cookies are almost too pretty to eat! What a fun time you all must have had. Happy Valentine's day, and thanks for allowing me to enter your giveaway. Smiles...

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  132. What ADORABLE COOKIES yall made!!! And to bake with friends always makes it fun!

    I would love to try and make these with my kids!

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  133. Oh, what a fun day and what beautiful cookies you all made!
    Happy Valentines Day and thank you for this sweet give~away...hugs, Linda

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  134. Happy Valentine's Day Alma.
    Looks like your friends was having a pretty good time.Your cookie molds are so cool looking.You always find the neatest things.
    Please put my name in the drawing cause I would love to win one of these.Thanks
    Dolores

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  135. What beautiful cookies!!! I couldn't even bear to eat them, they're works of art. Happy Valentine's Day.

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  136. The cookies look just too beautiful to eat, absolutely lovely, Giuseppina

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  137. What a great way to spend a day with friends to share Valentine's day with others.

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  138. what a great way to prepare for Valentine's Day! I'd love to be entered in your give away!

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  139. The cookies are wonderful. When you have time, could you please share your recipe?
    Barb

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  140. Oh, joy! Maybe that gorgeous cookie mold can "be mine".

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  141. Happy Valentines Day! Oh, those cookies look wonderful. Thank you for a sweet chance.

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  142. You ladies sure do enjoy life. Thanks for the chance to win one of your molds.

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  143. What beautiful cookies. I may have to try yo make some one of these days.

    Happy Valentine's Day.
    Barbara S,

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  144. Happy Valentines Day to you too. It looks like you all had a great time making cookies for the special people in your life. Safe trip to market, can't wait to order your new book when my LNS gets back!

    Pam W
    stitcher2009@gmail.com

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  145. Would love to win but more importantly any chance you'd share your recipe. I made sprigerle for the first time this past Christmas and got some coaching from native Germans I work with. But never did I encounter a chocolate recipe - I'd love to be able to try it! Many Thanks -

    cathie1@live.com

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  146. Those cookies are absolutely beautiful!

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  147. Love the molds, very fun idea, something to think about for next year, you have also inspired me to try bread making, having fun with that.

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  148. Oh what fun! They look terrific. Please add my name into your drawing for a cookie mold --- perhaps if I'm the lucky name drawn, you might be willing to share the recipe, too : )

    Always, Lelia

    leliaevelyn at gmail dot com

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  149. Oh how I'd love to win! The cookies are amazing!

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  150. Wow they look too good to eat! Looks like you ladies had a great time making cookies.
    Happy Valentine's Day!
    Pam

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  151. I have never in all my 58 yrs used a cookie mold like you have shown. They look great and good enough to eat!!! Thanks for more inspiration...now if I could get a cross stitch mold that would be the cat's .......Thanks again

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  152. Happy Valentine's Day! Your cookies look beautiful as well as scrumptious. I have never tried making cookies with a mold, but would love to try. Thanks for the opportunity to win a cookie mold.

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  153. Oh how pretty! I would ove a chance to win. I have a few molds from House On The Hill, love them. Looks like ya'll had fun.

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  154. Looks like you had a wonderful day of baking. They are to pretty to eat. Happy Valentines Day!!

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  155. What wonderful cookies! I would love to win a cookie mold and give that a try.

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  156. Thanks for the chance for one your molds. the cookies are beautiful, came out so good

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  157. Happy Valentine's Day! What beautiful molds. I have never seen any so large. That's something I would like to try. What a fun time.
    Connie

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  158. What a wonderful collection to have. I have a couple of wooden Scottish shortbread molds hanging in my kitchen and I love looking at them - Sandra

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  159. Looks like so much fun. You need to share the recipe you used. Would love to have the mold to try myself. Happy Valentines Day to All! Lorrie

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  160. Your cookies are lovely! I must remember to make these next year with the new molds that I will have to buy! LOL

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  161. What beautiful cookies!

    Happy Valentine's Day.

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  162. The cookies are just beautiful and I would love to win one of the presses. Thanks so much for sharing. I also love all the wonderful bread baking you share with us.

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  163. Wow! I'd love to have a chance to win the mold. Beautiful!

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  164. What a fun idea to have a baking party! I want to try making these cookies some day. Happy Valentine's Day!

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  165. Oh, never in my life have I wanted to be so random!

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  166. The cookies are beautiful! Looks like you had a lot of fun!

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  167. What beautiful, detailed but dainty cookies! Love these molds! I have never seen them before, and would love to be entered in your drawing to win one! Hugs.

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  168. You are just so nice to give one of the molds away. Makes me wish I had baked cookies today. They look wonderful.

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  169. I don't think I would eat them, they are too pretty. As my husband would say, can you make about 300 in a day, we could make alot money.
    Great job girls, wish I could be there.

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  170. cookies look too good to eat! Happy Valentine's Day to one and all.
    Kim

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  171. Those cookies look absolutely beautiful! You all look like you had a wonderful time.

    Thank you for the chance at such a generous giveaway!

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  172. What a fun day for you! Thanks for sharing.

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  173. What a wonderful way to spend the day with the people you love! The cookie molds are beautiful!

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  174. Cookies are my favorite dessert, and yours look great!

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  175. Always love a wonderful give-a-way. Springerle cookies are so much fun to make and I'd love the heart mold.

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  176. Would love to add this beautiful mold to my collection. Looks like you were having a great time with friends. We all need to take time to do this. Thanks for the opportunity to win this lovely mold.

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  177. You gals sure looked like you had a grand time - I would have loved to join in. Since that wasn't possible, please enter me in the drawing and maybe I'll be able to have a baking party of my own! Linda in Debary

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  178. Looks like a lot of fun. They all came out beautiful. Too pretty to eat. Well, almost:)
    I'd love to win one of the House on the Hill's molds. They are just lovely.

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  179. I love cooking and baking with my friends. These cookies look to good! I'd love to make them with my BFF Barb.

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  180. How sweet!!
    I made 56 chocolate-madeleines with my daughters for Valentine's Day!
    Recently girls sends chocolates for her friends in Japan:)

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  181. You do some of the neatest things. Those cookies look yummy and are so amazing.

    Ann Post

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  182. Those cookies look delicious. And you all were having such a good time. Happy Valentine's day.

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  183. You are always doing something fun! I would love to try one of these with my girls.

    Kelly Schrammeck

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  184. Love the cookies. I have multiple dutch/german cookie molds and have not been able to use them. The dough sticks, what is your secret???

    Thank you

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  185. Love the cookie mold!How great getting together with friends to have a fun day. Lucky you

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  186. I am so envious of your kitchen time with great kitchen buddies!

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  187. Happy Valentine's Day!! What gorgeous cookies!!

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  188. the cookies are beautiful - what a lovely gift they would make <3 thanks for the chance to win and have a grand day - laurie

    llsbaskets at comcast dot net

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  189. I would love to win this mold. We have a family tradition that we make anise cookies - I absolutely HATE the flavor of them, but the pictures from the molds are wonderful! Yucky to eat - beautiful to look at!

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  190. Looks like lots of fun!
    I'd love to be included in your draw

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  191. What beautiful molds! Do we get the cookie dough recipe too?
    Nancy

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  192. Alma, the cookies are so sweet. I just bought my husband chocolate hazelnut rolled cookies from World Market.
    Marty Greiner

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  193. Your cookies look so nice. It's always fun to do things with your friends. I"ve never used cookie molds before. Thanks for sharing!

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  194. I've had my eye on these cookie molds for a long time now, they are truly beautiful and the cookies look amazing. I would love a chance at winning one.

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  195. What a fun get-together! The molds are beautiful - would love to win.
    Thanks for the chance and Happy Valentine's Day to You!!
    Lori

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  196. What beautiful cookies! I'd love to have a mold to make them. :)

    Linda

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  197. Very pretty cookies! I need to start collecting these molds. Looks like you had a great time with your friends.

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  198. Looks like you had a fun day with friends. I'd love to win the cookie mold and give it a try.

    Sheri

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