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12 Days of Christmas with Six Sisters Stuff

About the book: Overflowing with creative ideas for the holidays, 12 Days of Christmas with Six Sisters' Stuff includes dozens of recipes, projects, and ideas for bringing the excitement of the season into your home. With full-color photographs and easy-to-follow instructions, you'll find:

12 Family Traditions
12 Homemade Gifts
12 Christmas Cookie Recipes
12 Christmas Decorating Projects
12 Neighbor Gift Ideas
12 Ways to Make Christmas a Breeze
12 Quick and Easy Dinners for Busy Families
12 Christmas Party Themes
12 Days of Christmas for Your "True Love"
12 Spectacular Christmas Treats
12 Days of Giving Back
12 Christmas Brunch Recipes
Create delightful family memories with all-new recipes, crafts, and ideas from the enormously popular bloggers of SixSistersStuff.com—one of America's favorite food blogs with more than 11 million monthly page views and nearly 3 million unique visitors each month.

My review: I LOVE the Six Sisters. They have amazing recipes, clothes and crafting ideas. Some of their crafting ideas even work for people who are craft challenged like I am. Their recipes are really fun, if I'm searching for a certain recipe I almost always start with their website sixsistersstuff.com. I bought this cookbook Friday night and I've already made two different recipes out of it, I made an Apple Pie French toast that was fabulous and I made Soft Molasses Cookies, and they actually turned out. I have a hard time getting cookies to turn out at our house, so that's amazing. There are tons of Christmas ideas in this book that I can't wait to try out, making a do-it-yourself ugly Christmas sweater is one that we'll be using for a party this weekend. I can't wait to try more of the Sisters fun recipes and ideas!


Purchase link: Amazon, also available in stores

About the author: The Six Sisters—Camille, Kristen, Elyse, Stephanie, Lauren, and Kendra—grew up in Utah, but a few of them have lived in other parts of the country since moving out of the house. Between them there are five nieces and three nephews, and all of the sisters love playing “aunt.” The sisters started the blog in February 2011 to keep in touch while they were apart, but it has since gained popularity, garnering more than 9 million viewers per month and more than 307,000 followers on Pinterest.

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