Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Christmas Open House



We just had our Christmas Open House last Saturday at the shop. I worked for two weeks putting up the fresh pine, holly, cedar and hemlock and making new goodies for the shop. Everything looked good and went very well. We served lots of homemade food and candies! Such as: soup beans n cornbread, hamburger dip n chips, pull candy, homemade pay day bars, peanut brittle, refreshments and my favorite snow cocoa from Gooseberry Patch. See recipe below. We also popped fresh popcorn in my nostalgic popcorn machine. Hubby and I will be leaving Wednesday for a getaway to Colonial Williamsburg! Can't wait! I'll post some pics later this week.






Snow Cocoa Recipe

2 c. whipping cream
6 c. milk
1 t. vanilla
12 oz. pkg. white chocolate chips
*Combine all ingredients in slow cooker. Heat on low for 2 to 2 1/2 hrs. or until chocolate is melted and mixture is hot. Stir well to blend.
My new Christmas Flicker Candle.

New Handpainted Candy Cane Tapers

4 comments:

Tomatoe Creek Prims said...

Oh, how wonderful and Christmasey (don't know if that's a wore but it fits.:)

I love your fresh pine decorations and those candycanes are just wonderul also. The black bench with the feedsack looks just so prim:0
Rondell

Terry said...

Everything looks so fantastic. I love it all.
I can't wait to see you pictures of Colonial Williamsburg! That's one place I've always wanted to go!
Terry

Beehind Thyme said...

Goodness... This is my inspiration... to get back to the warm, simple way. Love your blog... found you through The Fruit of her Hands.

Can't believe you are in Kentucky... LOL... I may have to make a trip to visit with you.

Blessings 2 You, Pamela
Thanks for the Cocoa Recipe...

My*Prim*Cottage said...

Your shop is wonderful! ~Beth~
Oh btw I found you through Terry at Cider Moon Cottage!