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Have a great Christmas Paula!
absolutely beautiful!merry christmas!
Wow, that's impressive! Well done, elves ;) Merry Christmas!
Paula, nice work - you have the patience of an angel.Merry Christmas to you and your family.
It's beautiful! Merry Christmas, Paula and elves!
Merry Christmas!! I just stumbled into your blog when I searched gluten free cooking...my daughter was recently diagnosed with an allergy to gluten and I'm on a mission to learn as much about it as possible. Not to mention find some edible gluten free meals! Nice to meet you!
Merry Christmas to you as well! Cute house.
Same to you, I hope yours was wonderful!
What a great house. I've never made one with rice crispies. I hope you had a very Merry Christmas Paula.
Happy Holidays! I love the Gingerbread house!
Love the house!All the best holiday wishes are flying your way -- from our house to yours. Hope you had a great Christmas... and that 2009 follows suit!
wow, paula, we need people like you to spread the word about olive oil from HANIA! I'm so glad my post was actually useful!!!
Frohe Weihnachten! :oD Much love and laughter to you and your family in the New Year. <3
I hope you had a wonderful Christmas and a happy New Year!
Sorry I am late, but I sure hope you and your family had a wonderful Christmas. I wish you a wonderful New Year as well.What a darling house. I would feel so guilty if I ever ate any of it after all that work!
Hope everyone is enjoying the holiday season! Prairierunner- Thanks, Linda, and I hope you don't have to dig any water holes today!Mediterranean Kiwi: Thanks Maria, and thanks for your help with the soup recipe!Manggy: Thanks, Mark, my little elves had fun making this!Peter: Thanks, and I think I'll print out your comment to show that at least once in my life I rec'd an angel reference! :-)Marjie: Thanks, the elves enjoyed making it and especially decorating it!Mama Kat: Nice to meet you, too, and thanks for stopping by! The reason we made a rice krispie house instead of a traditional gingerbread house is because my littlest elf can't eat wheat. This way, she was able to nibble on the rice krispie treats right alongside everyone else!Noble Pig: Thanks, and hope you'll soon be celebrating your holidays in Oregon!Cheryl: Hope you had a great Christmas ... we certainly had a white one, didn't we?!Pam: Thanks, and hope you and your kids enjoyed the snow!Reeni: Thanks for stopping by, and hope you enjoy the holiday season!Lo: Thanks and a very happy 2009 to you!Lori: Thanks and hope you, doc, the girls, and your doggie have a great new year's, too!Blonde Duck: Thanks and best wishes to all the pond creatures in 2009.Bridgett: You're not too late at all, and you are always welcome here! The rice krispie house has remained intact ... all the rice krispie treats aer loooong gone though! Happy 2009!
Mmm. Rice Krispie treats. Can't resist.If you'll accept it, I'd also like to pass along the "Honest Scrap" award to you! Details at: News from Peef & Lo
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