Friday, October 22, 2010

Thank You for the Thank You

Have you ever received a thank you that was so sweet that you felt like offering a thank you for the thank you? I did this week and I'm going to share it with you. My Aunt Ess is a talented gal who loves to make her own cards; she sent me a thank you that included the following recipe. I've asked for permission to share it and, though she's responded, she didn't give me permission. In this case, I'll go ahead and request forgiveness later. (I hope that it's not one of the secret family recipes.)





Think that I'll plan an autumn tea as soon as these are out of the oven... Perhaps it'll be more blog fodder... Perhaps I can trick my mother into it... Perhaps...

19 comments:

  1. An apron card??? How cute is that? You know I'm all over it. Thanks for the recipe too.

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  2. Very cute but... -giggles- Hope it isn't one of the SECRET family recipes! Eeeeek! Eeeeek! Eeeeek!
    :-))))))))))))))

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  3. How very cute is that? I agree. .some of the thank you's I receive need another thank you.

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  4. Isn't that just the cutest card!! And thanks for sharing the recipe...can't wait to try it out. Hope you don't get into too much trouble for publishing it! :)

    Oh, and thanks, Vee, for your comment on my strange happenings post!

    Have a good weekend,
    Cheryl

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  5. What an adorable thank you!!
    Yes, at times I've wanted to send a thank you back too.
    I keep all my thank you notes in a basket. Every so often when I feel a bit down, I go over to the basket and read my thank you notes. They always make me feel better. :-)

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  6. Wow - beautiful! And that page with the black of the flower? Wonderful!

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  7. That is an adorable card! :)

    Blessings!
    ~Nadine

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  8. How lovely!!!! Very creative and beautiful!

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  9. What a clever idea! I love seeing unusual craft projects and this is the cutest! Enjoy your weekend! ♥

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  10. What a sweet thank you and how wonderful and kind to include a recipe. Your aunt is the tops in my book. Yes, this certainly deserves another thank you :>)

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  11. What makes the thank you card so special is that your aunt took the time to make it and it's cute too.

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  12. What an adorable thank you card. The recipe sounds scrumptious. Of course anything covered in cream cheese icing has to be good ... doesn't it?

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  13. This is the cutest card, Vee, your Aunt Ess, is very talented. the recipe also sounds delicious. I hope to try it this season.
    Thank you for coming by today and for leaving me such a sweet comment. I worked for hours with blogger to fix my post, and blogger won, it finally deleted the whole post. I am sure that this has never happened to you.
    Enjoy your weekend.
    Hugs,
    Sue

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  14. What a clever aunt you have! Pumpkin and cream cheese--always a delicious combination-- perfect for autumn, especially served with tea!

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  15. What a lovely card, and how creative to put that recipe inside. I love it.

    I also adore the post about Honey Do mosaic. You always inspire, always crack me up, and always make me think. Hmmm, I think that makes you a writer, don't you think?

    I really think that someday when everything is nice and quiet, you might just write a book.

    Karen

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  16. What a clever card - beautiful. I'm seeing a theme here...the whole family is talented!! The card itself is a beautiful gift. Things that are made by hand, especially from someone you love, are such a precious gift.

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  17. Oh yes, thank you to you and your sweet Aunt for this wonderful sounding recipe. It just so happens that I have a nice little pie pumpkin that I have been meaning to turn into some delicious treat... I think this will do nicely:-)

    And the little apron card is simply the bees knees!

    Rhonda

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  18. So how did I miss this post the other day? Very cute card...indeed!

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  19. This is a very cute card! How did the brownies turn out? I had company all weekend and made apple cakes but could have used another nice treat like this.

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