Dipping Chocolates

I can't think of a more delicious afternoon then the one I had yesterday. Audrey was fast asleep and the other three children were occupied watching a Christmas movie while I was in the kitchen dipping caramel turtles and listening to some lovely Christmas music. I have always enjoyed Aunt Phyllis's turtles, but now I will appreciate them more. The labor that goes into making these babies is unbelievable. After all of that hard work, I am happy to say they turned out PERFECT! Thank you, Sarah for all of your help, and of course Aunt Phyllis for the recipe!
Now, we're off to deliver them to the neighbors.

Have a happy, relaxing Saturday!

{or productive, depending on how much shopping you have left}

Also, check out this video...I can't tell you how happy it makes me.


  1. i really, really enjoy your blog. you have a beautiful family. ps: where did you get that red and white twine? i love it! --nancy

  2. and where did you get the "boxes" and tags??? sorry, but they are so stinkin' cute. --nancy

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  4. Nancy,
    Thank you for your nice comments! I found the twine in this etsy shop. Unfortunately, I just looked and she is all out at the moment. Keep checking back, she often re-stocks.

    The tags are in my etsy shop.

    I made the pillow boxes myself out of cardstock. If you are interested in purchasing some, just email me or convo me through etsy, I'd love to make some for you.

  5. I'm glad that your turtles turned out so great! They look delicious. You have some lucky neighbors ;)

  6. Dang, I wish I was your neighbor, those look delish.....and of course you packaging looks adorable!

  7. I love turtles! I'm going to try my hand at dipping chocolate tonight with my best friend!

    Merry Christmas

  8. Danyelle-
    Your stuff is so cute! I love it :) This is your cousin, Melissa, by the way.


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