Wednesday, October 20, 2010

OOPS!!!!


Dear Sweet Ladies,

Today we drew our winner for the Create & Decorate Magazine and

Homemade Homespun Snowman Cookie Party!

We are so excited that

Tracy Suzanne

of



I was on Tracy's blog today to tell her she had won. She had me up on her side bar and had written about my party. I noticed that I had put the drawing for October 23rd. OOPS! I had two days in mind when I started the party.........the 20th and the 23rd. God used todays drawing to have Tracy win! It was a good mistake on my part!!!!!!! Sometimes the Lord allows our mistakes like this to happen...... so others can be blessed! Tracy's comment blessed me so much and her post also! It was a good thing for me to think it was today!

I am happy to say we are going to continue the party to make it fair for those of you who were looking forward to the October 23 drawing and maybe had not signed up yet.

I am saving all the names and entries from the beginning and will add any new entries from now on..... to the "bowl." I will draw another name on the

23rd of October at noon.

won't mess up on this one! Well.. Lord willing., smile!


You will receive a Create and Decorate Magazine


and a homemade Homespun Snowman Cookie.

I will announce the second winner on Sunday.

We will have the same rules.

To enter just leave me a comment......tell me one of your favorite Cookies that you bake
for CHRISTmas.

2. become a subscriber or tell me you already are one

3. become a follower or tell me you already are one

4. become a facebook friend

5. post about the party!

EASY!

So, if you would like to sign up...... please leave a comment!

If you would like to have the recipe please go Here. Hope you have fun with my little snowman cookie!

Hugs from the FARM to your HOME!
Me


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31 comments:

  1. Hi Linda...

    Let's see

    1)I'm a subscriber :) :) :)

    2) I follow your blog :) :) :) :) :)

    3) and I'm a friend on Facebook :) :) :) :) :) :)

    Well, I think those kinds of mistakes are always happy ones ;) :) I'm sure Tracy will enjoy the gift and it's coming at the perfect time, too :) :)

    That snowman cookie is just too cute... I don't know if I could eat it, it's so pretty :) :) Did I mention I subscribed to "Create and Decorate" magazine? It's so neat!!!!

    Oh, who will you have draw the winner on October 23rd? I think it's really cute that you had your boss draw today's winner :) :) :) That's a great idea ;)

    Love and hugs from Oregon, Heather :)

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  2. Hi Linda! I am in awe of those cookies. They look so well made, and made with love.

    My favorite cookie at Christmas is gingerbread. Gingerbread is soooo yummy and they don't last long after baking!

    I follow and "like" on Facebook. :)

    Blessings, Jessica

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  3. Yeah! A second chance! Linda, I love your cookies - so very cute.

    And I follow Jesus in life and your blog, too.

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  4. I was looking through that magazine and saw your cookie. Adorable! I put off buying the magazine, so maybe I will win!
    My favorite Christmas cookies are mini peanut butter cookies with Reese's cups inside. Yum!

    Kathy

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  5. I'm now a facebook follower, too!

    Kathy

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  6. I'm so excited! I love second chances! Thanks! Hugs, Heidi

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  7. My favorite cookie to make at Christmas time is sugar cookies and then decorating them

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  8. My favorite cookie to make is snickerdoodles.

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  9. I am sitting here eating snickerdoogles with fresh pear butter still warm from being in the cooker. Life has been hectic lately so I was in a rush when I posted before. I completely missed the part about sharing a recipe so her goes "Fudgie Scotch Squares" iand a half cups Graham cracker crumbs, 1 can sweetened condenced milk, 1 cup semie sweet chocolate morsels, 1 cup butter scotch morsels, and 1 cup coarsley chopped walnuts

    Mix all ingredients well then press into a greased 9x9 square pan. Bake at 350 for 30-35 minutes cool for 45 minutes before slicing, into 1 inch squares.

    enjoy,
    cynthia

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  10. ... ooops I am a follower and a face book friend too.

    cynthia

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  11. I'm late checking in because we've been away (and still are, but I'm checking your blog from a condo in Florida).
    Please enter me for your giveaway. Our cookie for Christmas would be Orange Balls.

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  12. Thank you sweet ladies for coming and signing up for our second party!! It is so nice of you! I will be drawing tomorrow and letting everyone know on Sunday!

    Hope you all are having a wonderful weekend.........I am! It is soooooo nice to be HOME!
    Hugs, Linda

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  13. I subscribe to your blog via Bloglines, but I guess I'll be changing to another reader since they're closing up shop Nov 1.

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  14. Hello everyone......

    We have another who signed up by email.

    Mary said,
    One of my favorite cookies to make is frosted sugar cookies, but I also like Gingerbread Men and Russian Teacakes!!!

    Thank you everyone!!! Can't wait to see who will be the winner!
    Hugs, Linda

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  15. I'd have to say my all time favorite Christmas cookie to make is the good old spritz cookies... but my favorite cookie to eat?! Now that has to be a flip strip *insert mouth watering here* I'll have to post the recipe on my blog later this week as I know it's not a common one! I'm a suscriber, follower and will share your giveway here in a minute!!! (www.barefootcoffeegirl.blogspot.com

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  16. Hello-
    I am a follower.
    I subscribed to your e-mail.
    I am leaving a comment.
    I subscribe to Create and Decorate magazine.
    My favorite cookie would have to be the sugar cookie.
    Love making them with my children.
    sandraallen260@centurytel.net

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  17. Hi Linda,
    My favorite cookie at Christmas....hm...I am not sure because I love so many! My grandmother used to bake for 2 months before Christmas and fill nearly a hundred wax paper lined shoeboxes with cookies every year. Then we would go in and make up platters of cookies to give as gifts to family and friends. Most cookies were Norwegian but there were many others as well.

    But I think my favorite was a shortbread cookie with a blob of chocolate fudge and a blog of carmel and a nut on top. I am allergic to walnuts and pecans so she would put almonds on some so I could have them too. Oh they were YUMMY! I have tried to make them and they are never as good as hers.
    I usually make peppermint twists and peanut butter blossoms and sugar cookie cutouts and raspberry thumbprints. OH YUM!

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  18. Thank you for the chance. I am a subscriber.

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  19. And I am also a friend on Facebook. Thank you!

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  20. And I am a follower of your beautiful blog.
    Thank you for the chance. Have fun today with your girlies.

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  21. My fave cookies to bake for CHRISTmas' ginger cookies!!!!, I love to decorate them!!!!

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  22. I'm already your follower, from a little while now, love thew chance to win the cuties, thank you so much :)

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  23. I became your suscriber, *sigh*

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  24. Soooooo nice of you new ladies to come to our party! How much fun I had meeting old and new friends! I will be putting up the winner tomorrow!

    Hugs, Linda

    P.S. Please send your recipes to go in a cookbook that we will put together..........so you can all have a free download of recipes for the holidays. Just send to my email. prairieflowerfarm@gmail.com if you want to be in it! Pictures.. family memories.......would be accepted!!!

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