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Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Christmas Sugar....

Every year around this time I sprinkle red and green decorating sugar into the sugar bowl.   I love how just a spoonful can bring holiday cheer to my morning coffee.  Its a simple little tradition, but one I look forward to each Christmas season .

42 comments:

  1. Very pretty and a nice way to start the day-enjoy:@)

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  2. What a neat idea, I am going to have to try that. I know my kids would enjoy putting that into their coffee each morning.
    It just looks so festive and happy. When do you get out of school?

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  3. I love this idea - may have to borrow it! ;) -Tammy

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  4. You are so clever. Even I think I can do this one.

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  5. Your post just popped up and my first thought was "how delightful and pretty". I love it!

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  6. Oh what a great idea! I'll have to try that. So cute. Thanks! I've been away but have returned. Take care. Susan

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  7. and now...a tradition in the making of mine.

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  8. Brilliant idea! See how the littlest things and brighten someones day! I just love it. Thanks for sharing.

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  9. what an excellent idea. i feel free, like a kid, like i'm so excited. i must do this too. wonder if the hubby will think i've gone nuts??
    but you know what... i don't care. ha. ha!! he doesn't get into the christmas spirit like i do. thank you for sharing this. so happy!! (:

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  10. A fantastic idea ! Looks so pretty like that for Christmas ! Have a wonderful evening.

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  11. I never thought of doing that, but I do like the idea!

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  12. I love this ideal. Will be trying this at the restaurant . Thanks for sharing

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  13. Great idea. I never thought of that. Red and green sprinkles are going on my grocery list.

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  14. so pretty... and you know what they say... 'just a spoonful of sugar...' x

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  15. Great idea! Love the pic of Christmas leaves!
    Have a lovely day

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  16. What a lovely idea! I've never seen or heard of doing that. Simple yet festive!

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  17. What a brilliant idea to add more cheer!

    I'm definitely feeling this is a new tradition to start in my home.

    Thanks for sharing ~ I love it ;D

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  18. What a neat idea! Going to my cupboard in just a minute. Thanks for sharing.

    Carol

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  19. I have company coming for the weekend; guess what I am going to prepare right now: love this idea.
    What a nice name!
    Rita

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  20. What a great ideas you have, can I use that one?

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  21. I love it! That's a wonderful idea- by morning my sugar bowl will be sporting its festive finery. :)

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  22. I remember the 1st time you did this, I though it was clever then and I still do!

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  23. How beautiful. Do you make it or order it from somewhere? What a nice touch.

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  24. Great idea and how pretty is that in the sugar bowl? Think I will steal this idea for my Christmas party!

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  25. Thanks everyone for the lovely comments. Its so simple yet so pretty. You can also do fall sugar with orange, yellow, and red sprinkles. Easter I do pink, yellow and purple.

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  26. What a great idea! I'm gonna do that!

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  27. What a delightfully sweet idea!!! :o)

    God bless ya and have a marvelous weekend sweetie!!! :o)

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  28. what a simple sweet tradition... i intend to join you... thank you. and warm december greetings to you! -xok.

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  29. What a wonderful idea.I am going to do this!
    Cathy

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  30. What a pretty idea, and a lovely surprise when your guests use the sugar :)

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  31. Love this one too! Simple but beautiful...those are the things I love and festive.

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  32. How easy and darn cute is that sugar!!!!

    Stopping over from... hmmm, I don't remember how I got here, but I'm enjoying it so I'm gonna read a while.

    ~Bliss~
    BlissRanch.blogspot.com

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