To get this fantastic Crescent Roll Dough, head over to this website for a great recipe:
I’ve used this recipe 2 times now and have been very pleased with the results. The first time I made cinnamon rolls (super yummy!) and the second time, I made the crescent rolls.
I added things like: chocolate chips and fresh cranberry sauce. I added chocolate chips for a few of them. I mixed up my homemade cranberry sauce and brie cheese in a few others. I also tried a mix of chocolate chips and cranberry sauce. It was a brunch delight.
One has chocolate chips. The other has Brie cheese and leftover (homemade) cranberry sauce for Thanksgiving! You can freeze cranberry sauce and thaw it when you need it again 🙂
Here are some more:
Wrap them up in whatever conformation you desire.
And pop them in the oven.
Remove them from the oven when they are baked. (I followed the baking directions of the recipe linked at the top of this blog post. I HIGHLY recommend that you use this recipe too!)
This was a great way to use up the remainder of my crescent roll dough.
Cardboard Christmas Tree Ornaments
Find some cardboard. I used cardboard from a diaper box. Cut your cardboard into Christmas shapes or whatever comes to your mind. Get glitter. Get paper clips so you’ll be able to hang them up. Get a glue gun. Find paint and paintbrushes. Also, I like to add various embellishments from my stash of old beads, unpaired earrings and broken jewelry.
I also reused cardboard from other random boxes and then I painted the front of the ornaments, added glitter and glue-gunned random embellishments.
GRR IT’S A BEAR MARKET OUT THERE TODAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I like my pomegranate ornament:
And here are a bunch of our other ornament creations!
And a turtle my daughter and I made together:
And another fun one:
Finally. A snowman.
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from our home to yours 🙂