6 Ways with Snowflakes… Last Minute Gifts

This is a nice, minimum effort craft today, for all those people who are absolutely worn out from all the running around, and crafting madness that Christmas involved. If you made presents for all those near and dear to you, are are probably running a little low on last minute things to give. And it’s just plain bad manners to go visiting this time of year without a little token. Well if all this is true, or if you fancy being a little creative with the smallest of effort, this is for you!

These snowflake cookies are wonderful to give for New Year’s. Wrap a few in cellophane with a big bow, or wrap in tissue paper or put in a nice tin and give them to those you visit in the New Year. They are simple.

All you do is take some cookies (I made Bill Granger’s Oatmeal and Chocolate Chip Cookies, but you can easily buy cookies to decorate), then take some ready-made icing (or you could whip up your own) and get creative! Leave your decorated cookies to dry for 30 mins- 1 hour (until the icing hardens), then package ready to gift! Easy Peasy?!


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