Thursday, November 29, 2012

Merriment, Day 3


Merriment Days sponsored by Misi and Robyn have been so much fun and this is day three. I have enjoyed participating in this and day 3 takes me to one of my favorite Christmas traditions. Making Christmas ornaments with my friend Carol.  We both have one tree filled with gingerbread and applesauce cinnamon ones we have made over the years. We have been friends for over 30 years and have our traditions!
Can you imagine how good this tree smells?  It makes me happy to look at it. Just like it makes me happy for you to come Through My Back Door, where life is good.
betty

15 comments:

  1. Cinnamon warmed by the twinkling lights ... mmmmm.. i can smell it ;0)
    A gorgeous window-scape!
    Thanks for sharing your *Merry tradition*

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  2. aww very sweet..
    love for you x

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  3. Beautiful! I so enjoy visiting you!

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  4. What a wonderful tradition!Such a lovely tree and I am sure it smells as yummy as it is lovely.Hugs,Jen

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  5. What a wonderful tradition! I can totally imagine how great it smells! I'm loving the tree itself too!

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  6. Hi Betty,
    I bet it does smell YUMMY!!!
    Wonderful tree and tradition you have.
    And how blessed you are to have a long time friend to share the memories with.
    Hugs,
    Tam

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  7. Betty--beautiful pic--I have cinnamon/applesauce ornies that are 15 years old and they STILL smell wonderful...so I can just imagine how sweetly spicy your tree smells warmed by the bulbs and sun! I can imagine too how pretty it looks from outside!---Jan

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  8. Love Love Love your Christmas header. Your blog is so good. Thanks for sharing. Noel~Jen

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  9. What a lovely tree Betty! Would you ind sharing the cinnamon/applesauce ornament instructions with me?

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  10. Evening Friend
    Just beautiful.
    I can imagine it smells heavenly.
    Woolie Hugs
    Trace


    www.grannytracescrapsandsquares.com

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  11. What a lovely image. I was just thinking today, as my best friend just left from our lunch date, that no matter what you have in life, it's no good without one friend who you can always be true to and rely on. -Steph-

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  12. Ohhhh, so beautiful! I wish I could smell it! I love the little bottle brush tree on the shelf. I just want to curl up next to your tree! Oh Betty! Just a feast for the eyes! I need to be making some of those cinnamon ornaments! I didn't realize they can last long and still smell wonderful!!!

    Blessings, Friend!!!!
    Heather

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  13. What a wonderful way to spend the day~making memories with a friend(and ornies too). I bet your tree smells fabulous.

    Have a wonderful evening~Becky

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  14. Oh Betty what a neat tradition! I can certainly imagine how this tree smells. Thanks for sharing.
    Be blessed,
    Cindi

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  15. Well, sweet friend, I'm a little slow in getting here - hope you will forgive and understand....but I'm here now - and WOW! GORGEOUS tree!!! If I got to choose just a few blog homes to "tour," yours would certainly be among them.... Those ornies sound delicious....I think you should make multiple batches and offer some up for sale.... ;o) Smiles & Missed You Hugs ~ Robin

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