On the eleventh day of Christmas in July, Muffin’s Mama gave to thee…
A printable recipe for red nectar so sweet!
Click on the image above to access the recipe!
Click on the image above to access the printable labels.
This recipe for red nectar syrup (that originates in New Orleans) can be mixed with club soda to make a neat soda pop or poured over shaved ice to make a nifty snow cone. Either prep it in either incarnation to serve at a Christmas party or bottle the syrup with the printable tag and give as a hostess gift at a Christmas party (or a neighbor gift). Your sweet gesture will be much appreciated!
Here are some recipes you can use to add to your syrup.
The twelfth day of Christmas brings an end so apropos…you will love the gift of tomorrow though!
What is your favorite neighbor gift to give?
On the seventh day of Christmas in July, Muffin’s Mama gave to thee…
Peppermint Bath Snow (plus a printable tag) to help you relax and smell so pretty!
Click on the image below to print the PDF of the tag in GoogleDocs.
Click the image below to print out the PDF tutorial from GoogleDocs.
I used to make these bath salts years ago, and I think this year is a great time to revive the tradition. Would you join me in making it a yearly homemade Christmas gift?
Day 8 marks a single gift, as through many images and fonts I must sift.
What image means Christmas to you?
On the fifth day of Christmas in July, Muffin’s Mama gave to thee…
A recipe for hot chocolate that warms the tumm-eeeee!
Click on the image below to access the PDF of the recipe.
Click on the printable below to access the tag in PDF format on GoogleDocs.
You know you have a child of toddler or preschool age if you magically memorize the lyrics to “Hot, Hot, Hot Chocolate” from Polar Express. Muffin loves that movie, but it also happens to be my favorite Christmas movie, as well. I just never pictured that I would be cajoled into giving command performances of his favorite song from the movie so that he can perform his own dance performance to the music…ad nauseum.
But it is adorable!
Simply click on the image above to find the decorative printable (suitable for framing) of the recipe. It will take you to the full-page on GoogleDocs. Also included is a nifty printable tag for gifting the mix.
In tomorrow’s webisode in the Pinteresting Blogosphere, enjoy six of one item that you enjoyed on the 1st Day of Christmas in July…
What is your favorite holiday beverage?