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Sweet Endings

Published December 14, 2011 by sweetcraftastrophe

Ok so I fibbed I guess this will be my last post for awhile! I was making my christmas treats for a few friends and before I knew it I was snapping pictures while trying to cook.
So anyways today’s treat is delicious and it’s healthy! What?! Yes that’s true!

These pretzels are soo yummy and healthy at only 50 calories per pretzel rod! So let’s get  cooking!
Chocolate covered pretzels

You will need:
  • 1 package of pretzel rods
  • 3/4 cup of dark chocolate chips 
  • sprinkles to decorate if you’d like

Directions:

  1. Line a baking pan with parchment paper or foil (grease the foil with cooking spray)
  2. Measure your chocolate chips in a microwave safe bowl
  3. Melt chips in 30 second increments (mine took about a minute)
  4. Tilt the bowl to one side so you can dip your pretzel rods in the chocolate
  5. After dipping the pretzels lay flat on baking sheet
  6. sprinkle with toppings of your choice 
  7. Let the pretzels set in the fridge for 10 minutes and serve!

 

Have a sweet day!

xoxo,

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Crafty for Christmas!

Published December 6, 2011 by sweetcraftastrophe

Good morning,

I hope you’re just as excited as I am about Christmas! Only 21 more days! Guess what? Today is also the month-iversary of my blog! Happy 1 month! I’ve been feeling pretty crafty lately and decided to devote 12 days to Christmas crafts, foods, tablescapes and of course some freebie printables. It truly is the greatest time of year minus the cold weather. I’m not a fan at all but that’s totally off topic. Anyways, I have been working on a few crafts to share with all of you and today I’m going start off the Crafty Christmas series with some adorable place card holders turned into magnets!

    
Ornament Magnets

You will need:
  • Ornaments (as many as you like!)
  • Magnets (you can find these at Michael’s, Hobby Lobby or any craft store)
  • Glue gun or Tacky Glue
  • Scissors
Directions
  1. Lay out your materials
  2. Cut the magnets to your desired size as long as you can’t see it behind the ornament
  3. Glue on the magnet
  4. Press for about 10 seconds and let dry overnight
Here are all my supplies laid out. I had some magnets on hand so I just used these but you’ll need to trim the magnets so they wont be seen
Here are the ornaments I found at Michael’s! They were too cute to pass up plus it was 2 for $1! But beware they do shed glitter as you can see from the picture.
Here’s what it looks like while drying

Here’s my little magnet in action!
Have a sweet day!
xoxo,