Free Stuff Friday!

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Really does anything smell as good as fresh baked cookies? I think not. The holiday baking season is quickly approaching, and I think it is the perfect time to give away a set of these cute Sweet Sugarbelle Winter Cookie Cutters. And just because I want those cookies to stay fresh longer, some Cookie Keepers.

Sweet Sugarbelle Winter Cookie Cutter Set includes 4 cookie cutters, 8 templates, and 2 instruction cards. Cutter shapes are gingerbread man, gum drop, tree and snowflake. Can also be Eskimo, igloo, different tree and snowflake, depends on how you frost them. Cookie cutters are dishwasher safe, clean templates with a damp cloth.

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Sweet Sugarbelle Cookie Keeper is made from terracotta ceramic. It is perfectly reusable and helps keep cookies fresh and brown sugar soft. Comes with two heart shaped pieces. 2 pc.

Every Friday we’ll post a giveaway on Think Crafts and all you have to do is comment on the blog post answering the question of the week. We’ll pick the winners and contact them via email. Deadline is midnight tonight and the winner will be announced Monday. One entry per person please.

Question of the week: What is your favorite cookie?

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Kimberly

About Kimberly

Kimberly is the Customer Service Manager at CreateForLess, and it is her voice you hear when you call our toll-free number. Her love for crafting started when she asked her mom to make her a quilt...instead her mom signed her up for a class so she could make her own, and she hasn't stopped crafting since!

24 thoughts on “Free Stuff Friday!

  1. sue

    my (deceased) Aunt Claudia’s Italian Knot Cookies. Even with the recipe, they don’t taste the same as how she made them {sigh}.

  2. Barbara Lucas Thompson

    It is hard to pick just one cookie…. So, I will have to say Oatmeal Walnut Chocolate Chip cookies are my favorites. But, Snickerdoodles are a close second. However, it would be really rare that I would turn down any cookie!

  3. Emily B

    Jam sandwich cookies and Fig Newtons remind me so much of my Nana and the old times at her house, back in NZ.

  4. Ren

    Homemade oatmeal cookies are the best! Crunchy on the edges, meaty inside. So many things that can be added in like dried fruit, chocolate chips, nuts, coconut, granola…a good to go meal in the palm of your hand.

  5. Carmen

    I love cut-out cookies. I have to be careful not to make them too far away from Christmas or there will be none left 🙂

  6. Suzanne Robinson

    So many cookies to choose from. If I have to choose just one, it would be Pink Meringue Clouds. This is a recipe from one of the Pillsbury Bake-off contests in the 70’s. It is a sugar cookie-type base topped with a dollop peppermint and chocolate chip meringue. You take peppermint candy (my mom used King Leo sticks) and grind them to a powder which replaces the sugar in the meringue then fold in chocolate chips. Oh Drat! Now I am nostalgic and want to bake cookies.

  7. Maria Shehan

    My favorite cookie is the sugar cookie. It was the first cookie I ever made myself when I was a kid.

  8. Denise Bryant

    Fun prize package!
    My favorite cookie is a recipe make every Christmas… Scadinavian Almond Bars.

  9. Jean E Snider

    Oh, Wow – only one favorite cookie. I love chocolate chip cookies and sugar cookies, IF someone else makes them. They never turn out well for me. I prefer to bake bars and have a recipe for each of the above in bar form now!!

  10. Laura

    My favorite cookie is one I made, they’re called Frankensteins! My husband had some holiday starbuck drinks and mixed them together, and that inspired the flavor. The cookies are a vanilla coffee, and they have mint chocolate drizzled on top! They are best if cold, and always loved!

  11. Lee

    So hard to pick a favorite, but if pressed to do so I would say Snickerdoodles. Oddly, I had never heard of this cookie till I was an adult, with kids (and their friends) in college who needed regular Starving Student C.A.R.E. packages. One of the friends asked for snickerdoodles, so I went online to find a recipe. Fortunately, the first one I found turned out to be excellent, and they became my second-most requested cookie. (The most requested is Peanut Butter Chip Chocolate, which are chocolate cookies with peanut butter chips. The taste is very reminiscent of peanut butter cups). I have to say I really like that snowflake cookie cutter in the prize package, and the igloo and Eskimo are unique! I wonder if my local Hobby Lobby has them…!

  12. Isabel

    My favorite cookies are Russian Teacakes. Every time I bake them, it takes me back to grandma’s kitchen, some days before Christmas, when we spent afternoons baking, laughing and creating the most special memories I will forever cherish.

  13. Dianne G.

    My favorite cookie would be the Shortbread Cookies my grandma used to make. They would melt in your mouth. She did not even own a mixer so I don’t know how she made them. I guess she must have mixed them by hand and she always rolled out the dough and let me cut out the cookies with her.

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