Fly Through Our Window




I have a confession…
I love severe weather.

I love the idea of hunkering down and riding out a storm. I inherited that from Daddy Boy. When we were little he {and mom} both drove Jeep Grand Wagoneers and they drove them because they had 4 wheel drive and we mostly lived where snow was inevitable. Mom’s was white {Jill} and Daddy Boy’s was black {Jack}. And Jack and Jill could climb hills to fetch stranded motorists in snow storms, which I’m pretty sure is why dad bought them.  I have such fond memories of my dad loading us into his Wagoneer after a big snowfall, he’d always bring a chain and we’d go on a search for stranded motorists. Then we’d get back home and Mom would have hot chocolate and buttered toast for us {mmm… you should try it} and Daddy Boy would get suited up in his snow gear, and camo ski mask and crank up the John Deere riding lawn mower that had a snow blower attachment mounted on the front. He would leave for hours, scraping every person’s driveway on our street. Anyway…  I love severe weather, not the kind that is super severe and hurts people, just the mild kind that gets kids out of school and makes people turn on the weather channel… and guess what, we’ve had no severe weather and I dare say, I might even like hearing about severe weather more than I like experiencing it. I’ve been living vicariously through my family that live in Illinois. And I’ve especially enjoyed the play by plays from Daddy Boy and Cousin who both rode it out in Chicago.

So, in honor of snow storms and the month of February I made peppermint patties with pink peppermint!


Now, I won’t lie… I thought they were going to be super easy, which they were…. u  n  t  i  l,  I got to the step that said “dip your peppermint patties into the chocolate, coating well on both sides”. There was no “dipping them in warm chocolate” because the peppermint fillings were soft and pliable and dipping them in the warm chocolate proved to be completely disastrous and impossible. I’ll start from the beginning… with the short list of ingredients {recipe link posted at bottom}

  • powdered sugar
  • peppermint extract
  • sweetened condensed milk
  • semi sweet chocolate chips
  • shortening

It started off fairly easy… with mixing the powdered sugar, condensed milk, and peppermint extract in the mixer… and I added 1 drop of red food coloring for a soft pink peppermint filling. I, of course, had a few eager helpers.



The peppermint filling was so good, I could have eaten it by the spoonful… and I might have eaten it by the spoonful. Then {with a clean spoon} I scooped a little out at a time, rolling it into 1″ balls and then pressing each one out to make a patty.


The directions said to let them dry for 2 hours, turning over after one.

After they dried for at least one hour I decided to cut a few hearts out, dipping my cookie cutter in powdered sugar…


After they all dried according to the directions, they were supposed to be ready to “dip” in chocolate. Oh, they were so wrong. You see these patties are soft and pliable. Dipping them in warm chocolate made them lose their shape and the chocolate {even with extra shortening added} was still too thick… so I resorted to my favorite tool in the kitchen. {I also dusted off the excess powdered sugar before coating in chocolate.} If I had been a good baker, I would have read the 93 recipe reviews first, many that suggested freezing the patties to make the dipping part easier, using a candy mold, or using “melting” chocolate from the baking aisle opposed to semi-sweet chips…  reading all of that before hand would have been really helpful.

But since I didn’t read any of that before I started my mini offset spatula saved the day… and parchment paper saved the day too. I always use parchment even when it calls for wax paper, which it did, but some reviewers said “don’t use wax, they stick” so if you try it, go with parchment.


I’d pick up a fragile little patty…


Then I’d smear a little chocolate on the bottom of a patty and plop it down…


Then I’d doctor it up around the sides and top {so involved I forgot to take a pic}… definitely a little more time consuming than I had anticipated.  Then once they were all well coated I popped them in the fridge over night. They are great chilled or room temp! Involved? Yes. But, I will say this, they’re really good and even better than York Peppermint Patties!


Next time, yes, next time because there will be a next time I will do one or more of the following…

– freeze my patties before dipping
– use a candy mold
– make the filling into small little round balls like junior mints
– use melting bark chocolate made for candy making

The recipe source is here.

Now I’m going to go have one for breakfast.

Happy Friday folks and a big thank you for ordering tees, would one of y’all tell me to start ordering more! 🙂

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  • Comment by Cat Moore — February 4, 2011 @ 8:54 am

    those look yummers!

  • Comment by hollie — February 4, 2011 @ 8:54 am

    these look so yummy! you always go for recipes (and projects) i would never attempt. and you do them well…that’s why i love reading your blog!

  • Comment by Tara Verdigets — February 4, 2011 @ 9:03 am

    I might be the triplet of the Mcpherson twins, bc I love peppermint patties and severe weather too! Felix tells me every time a storm is coming “Tara, We are NOT going to watch the news all day long!” So, I downloaded the app to my iphone 😉 Hee hee!

  • Comment by angela — February 4, 2011 @ 9:09 am

    Thanks for the tips. I will make these this weekend!

    Oh, and though I HATE snow, I LOVE all that is associated with reports of looming bad weather too!

  • Comment by jenn — February 4, 2011 @ 9:10 am

    I have an absolute obsession with peppermint patties, junior mints, mint m&ms…anything chocolate and mint! I can’t wait to try this!

    And…I love some severe weather, too. A good hard rain on a dark and dreary day makes home glow all the more!

  • Comment by Melissa — February 4, 2011 @ 9:17 am

    I, too, have been living vicariously through my friends and family back in Illinois. Now that we live in Florida, I think it is really the anticipation of the storm that I miss the most. Love the first couple of days of snow, but also love that we were on the beach last Saturday!

    These patties look great. For super easy “thin mints” without the filling: chocolate, mint extract and…Ritz crackers!

  • Comment by Kristee — February 4, 2011 @ 9:22 am

    The hearts are adorable and I wish I had one right now with my coffee! My dad drove a wagoneer with wood on the sides! Lots of memories, but none that involved snow storms. 🙂 Happy Weekend.

  • Comment by Beth — February 4, 2011 @ 9:33 am

    Oh Darby, I just love the description of your Dad and Mom growing up! What a fun memory 🙂 We are from MN but grew up in ATL, so if we ever got snow (which was rare) my Dad would throw his chains on the Suburban and head out 🙂 Can’t wait to try the Patties. Have a great weekend!

  • Comment by kat — February 4, 2011 @ 9:42 am

    Those are darling. I love that you tinted the filling pink, such a cute idea. They look delicious.

  • Comment by Amy — February 4, 2011 @ 9:53 am

    Oh Darby, You had me at peppermint patty’s, my all time favorite candy. You are a rock star that you made these! I also love your story about Jack and Jill. My dad had a grand wagoner when I was growing up too and he would do the same thing when there was severe weather. Thanks for sharing your childhood stories and for your peppermint patty recipe. 🙂

  • Comment by Bette — February 4, 2011 @ 10:02 am

    I found it hilarious that you like the “mild” kind of”severe” weather. Sounds like an oxymoron to me. The peppermint patties look yummy, but I dont know if I’d go through all that effort.

  • Comment by Kaela — February 4, 2011 @ 10:03 am

    Yum! We (in Southwest Louisiana) are ourselves experiencing severe weather! School was canceled for Thursday and Friday – it’s a balmy 38* today – no snow, sleet or hail! 🙁

  • Comment by Leslie in STL — February 4, 2011 @ 10:10 am

    We are going on snowday #4 1/2 up here…soooo ready to see green grass!! Can’t wait to make these and play with the flavorings too…cherry or creme de menthe anyone? Thanks for another great recipe…still waiting for pepper jelly!!

  • Comment by Taylor@WiseFamilyLiving — February 4, 2011 @ 10:17 am

    Darby-I love that they are pink inside. Entirely appropriate for Valentine’s Day. I got your email too. Thanks you so much for all of your prayers for my family!

  • Comment by JWK — February 4, 2011 @ 10:23 am

    YUUUUMMMMM!!! These look heavenly. As soon as the snow stops (kidding) I’m heading to the store to get the fixings. Everyone is so scared of the frost in Houston!!

  • Comment by Brooke @ Blueprint Bliss — February 4, 2011 @ 10:30 am

    YPP are my favorite… so I will definitely have to try these.

  • Comment by Melissa — February 4, 2011 @ 10:36 am

    Yummmy those look very good. My mom loves peppermint patties so may have to make these. I will keep all your tips in mind. As for that severe weather I live in the Midwest so get more than my fair share but must admit it is exciting watching it unfold!

  • Comment by Dianne — February 4, 2011 @ 10:40 am

    Wish I shared your love of everything KITCHEN!!! Perhaps I need those “helpers” to spur me on. 🙂
    Loved the image of you out with your dad coming to the rescue of snow bound folks. What fun for a child while setting a perfect neighborly example.

  • Comment by AmyHip — February 4, 2011 @ 10:47 am

    You’re so funny, and sound so much like me! I had a similar experience with making a gingerbread house from scratch. I was ready to throw that darn thing out the window! Oh, and the severe weather? I’m ALL about that. We live in Chicagoland so we’re loving it. Thankfully my husband and I both work from home which makes it easy. I just posted my pics from the big snow day on my blog in case you want to live vicariously 🙂

  • Comment by kristen — February 4, 2011 @ 11:11 am

    What a super sweet, gracious Daddy (and Mom) you have!! Those look so yummy and I don’t even like peppermint patties!!

  • Comment by Brittany — February 4, 2011 @ 11:11 am

    I LOVE severe weather too, as long as everyone is safe, it is so fun to “hunker down” and watch all the breaking news about it! We have 4 inches of snow on top of 2 inches of ice, here in west Texas, and the entire town has shut down for four days! It’s been grand!

  • Comment by HannahJ — February 4, 2011 @ 11:12 am

    OOOHHHH- always the BEST recipes! I really cant wait ot try these! and I love the pink filling!!!

  • Comment by Laura Kirch — February 4, 2011 @ 11:13 am

    Yes, please start ordering more =) I want to order the long sleeve bike tees in 4’s for my 2 year old twin girls. I also want to order the long sleeve train for my 5 year old boy. They go as quickly as you post it seems.

  • Comment by Beth — February 4, 2011 @ 11:28 am

    SO cute! Love these mints!! If you look at your map up there Nashville is completely covered…UGH!

  • Comment by christi @ grey umbrella — February 4, 2011 @ 11:29 am

    hi darby! i keep laughing because we have the same projects on that brain! i bought the ingredients to make these last weekend and haven’t gotten around to it … today! =) thanks for your tips!

  • Comment by Lindsey — February 4, 2011 @ 11:34 am

    peppermint patties are my mom’s favorite! you gave me the courage to try to make some of my own for her… order more shirts. i love to fold:).

  • Comment by Carolyn — February 4, 2011 @ 11:39 am

    Hi Darby,
    Just reading your blog for the first time and noticed that you call your dad “daddy boy” … me too! My dad used to ask me and my sisters, “who’s your daddy boy?” and chase after us. He is also from Illinois. Do you know where this phrase came from? I think I’m going to call him and ask.
    Hoping your daddy boy is as sweet as mine … sounds like he is!

  • Comment by megan — February 4, 2011 @ 11:45 am

    these look so good and bring back memories! i too grew up in Illinois and can relate to the idea of hunkering down and riding out bad weather. must be something to do with our hardy midwestern roots! have a great weekend

  • Comment by Kristen {a little ditty} — February 4, 2011 @ 11:58 am

    Darby, I feel the same way about storms!! I survived the Blizzard of 2011 in Chicago and I liked every minute of it. Of course I don’t want people to get hurt or anything, but the anticipation before the storm, being glued to the TV for updates, having adult snow days from work and going into “survivor” mode made me quite happy. The peppermint patties look delicious! Always, always enjoy your posts 🙂

  • Comment by rhonda — February 4, 2011 @ 12:41 pm

    I want you to be my mom…for a day! 😉

    yum yum!!

  • Comment by Laura — February 4, 2011 @ 12:56 pm

    The peppermint patties sound delicious! I have to admit that I’m a storm person too. And, Dad spent a few days working on his 4 wheeler recently before the snow hit so he could plow driveways easier. I still remember Mom telling him he needed to stay home when I was little (instead of trolling around town looking for people to rescue)! I remember being along for the ride though on some of those snowy days…it was always fun : )

  • Comment by Jaime Scott — February 4, 2011 @ 1:12 pm

    These looks yummalicious, so I might have to try making these with my kids for v-day. Thanks! Love your blog!

  • Comment by Amanda — February 4, 2011 @ 1:43 pm

    I always LOVED severe weather when I was back in Texas, too. I loved watching the Weather Channel, while we were all stuck indoors due to school and work being canceled. Perhaps if I lived in a place where we still had to go to school/work in bad weather, I wouldn’t like it as much. 🙂

  • Comment by Sarah — February 4, 2011 @ 1:49 pm

    Severe weather is so intriguing. The hubs and I love to listen to a good storm especially while in bed with a fire on. What a kind family you have helping out stranded motorists.
    Wow, these patties look amazing. I need to give em a try. Enjoy the crazy weather this weekend. Sadly, out here is CA it will be in the 60’s and sunny. BTW, posted about your Honey Bee Tees at my blog and a few readers said they were ordering some. I finally got my matching pair.. woo hoo..

  • Comment by A Denihan — February 4, 2011 @ 2:03 pm

    can’t wait to try them. thanks for the idea and the handy tips. your photography is delicious as usual!!

  • Comment by Meghan — February 4, 2011 @ 2:17 pm

    Oooooh, yum. I just bought a big bag of pink, heart-shaped york patties, but I bet the homemade are WAY better. Thanks for sharing (and for the tips!).

    P.S. I’m from Cleveland but live in Arizona now, and I totally miss severe weather. I know exactly what you’re talking about. 😉

  • Comment by kat hertzler — February 4, 2011 @ 2:23 pm

    Another severe weather fan here. And I’m pretty sure I’d be a fan of those peppermint patties too. Happy weekend!

  • Comment by Beth {Embracing Twentysomething} — February 4, 2011 @ 2:28 pm

    Those {pink} peppermint patties are just what I need right now – on this colddd, rainyy day, in Atlanta! Thanks for sharing the delicious recipe!

  • Comment by Kathy — February 4, 2011 @ 2:39 pm

    I can’t wait to try the peppermint patties. We are in central IL and got nearly a foot of snow/sleet. We are thankful the electricity stayed on. Pantries were well stocked and it was fun having our boys home for two days. The shoveling was not so fun…sore arms! Glad the sun is shining today.

  • Comment by Tara — February 4, 2011 @ 2:44 pm

    Darby you have got to watch Veggie Tales SUV song(if you haven’t already) It is soooo cute and may even become your DaddyBoy’s theme song. I love storms! I’ve had tornado dreams since I was little and I just know one of these days I’m going to have to use the skills I’ve developed in my dreams to perservere one. or not. but I love to watch them.

  • Comment by becky — February 4, 2011 @ 2:57 pm

    Yummy! Who knew you could make homemade peppermint patties??? Your creativity is amazing! I hope to make these and share with neighbors for Valentines Day! Happy Weekend to y’all!

  • Comment by Kate — February 4, 2011 @ 3:34 pm

    I confess that I didn’t read through all the comments, so sorry if this is redundant! I make peppermint patties every Christmas, but those pink ones are perfect for Valentine’s Day!

    I put my patties on a waxed-paper lined cookie sheet and pop them in the freezer for about 15 minutes. (I stick them in the freezer right after I make them…I don’t think you’d need to let them dry out for the 2 hours.) When they come out, I poke a toothpick into them to dunk them in the chocolate. I also mix my chocolate chips with some paraffin wax (2 cups chips to 1/2 block of wax). The wax helps the chocolate chips set up nicely after the fact, and I think the chocolate chips taste way better than the bark coating. Plus, the finished patties have a pretty, shiny look to them. 🙂

    I have found the whole process to be pretty simple this way…good luck!

  • Comment by laurenbtrain — February 4, 2011 @ 3:39 pm

    yum! i love this and want to try it this week! i am having a grumpy day and making these delicious treats MIGHT just do the trick to perk me up!!!! thanks!

  • Comment by The Mom — February 4, 2011 @ 4:30 pm

    You would know that I have actually started a “eating program” translate that…diet…in the last few days, and of course this post just about did me in. I mean chocolate. It is one of my all time loves. My husband and I are both addicts, and he even hides his stash from me. But I know all of his hiding places so it doesn’t do him any good. These patties look divine, and I thank you for working all the kinks out in the recipe, although it looks as though it might be a while before I can make them. Oh, and snow?! No thank you, ma’am. I have watched the footage of Chicago with absolute horror. The only white stuff I want in my life is the sugar sand of the beaches of South Walton…can I get an Amen?!!! Take care and have a blessed weekend!

  • Comment by Trisha — February 4, 2011 @ 4:36 pm

    Those look lovely! We make those for Christmas and most definitely freeze them for a good 1-2 hours. That way they do not melt or squish at all. Hope that helps:) They are SOO yummy!

  • Comment by Eileen — February 4, 2011 @ 4:46 pm

    YUM! Definitely going to try these. Peppermint Patties have been my favorite candies forEVER! Think they would be good with dark chocolate?

  • Comment by Andrea — February 4, 2011 @ 8:06 pm

    Love this Darby thanks! I always look forward to your posts as a mom of three myself. I’m working my way through your recipes because I’m very tired of my own. 🙂 I think I’m going to try out the whoopie pies and artichoke bites to bring to a Super Bowl party. I love this P.P. recipe too. My son will esp. love them I’m sure! And this is a good idea for teacher gifts too!

  • Comment by Katie@ Noodle and Boof — February 4, 2011 @ 9:26 pm

    I like watching the weather on TV but NOT getting dressed and getting out in it! It’s much easier to throw on a sundress and a flop and head out. This Florida-bred girl is no good at real winter.
    Those pep patties look delish!

  • Comment by Ashley — February 4, 2011 @ 10:11 pm

    Darby, I have not commented in a while, but I just had to say that these look delicious – not sure if it’s because I am nursing or just because I like to eat – might have to run out and get some York’s…since I am not yet up for major cooking projects 🙂 Thank you for sweet comments on Jack’s arrival…I am loving this stage for sure…much more laid back than w/ the first. Haven’t told you, but I also love your shirts – the Lord has surely given you a talent for those type of things…so proud for you and the little Honey Bees business!

  • Comment by Melissab74 — February 4, 2011 @ 10:59 pm

    I totally get what you mean about the weather, although we’re usually in “storm mode” more in the summer, during hurricane season. If there’s a hurricane brewing, we’ll leave the Weather Channel on all day! I sure would’ve loved to have hunkered down and hibernated today though…yucky weather! I love peppermint patties….may have to try these. The pink makes it even better. I’m a sucker for Valentine’s Day stuff!

  • Comment by Jennifer — February 5, 2011 @ 12:03 am

    I cannot believe I was not offered one of those delicious patties when I stopped by today!!!! hahahaha!

  • Comment by cousin — February 5, 2011 @ 9:59 am

    Riding out the storm would’ve been much more fun with PP’s and someone to help me shovel:) I’ll send more pics soon! Love you!!

  • Comment by Gwen — February 5, 2011 @ 10:15 am

    Darby, your posts ALWAYS make me smile 🙂 Can’t wait to try making the peppermint patties, my kids (20 & 22) will love them! Thank you for all the pointers, I have a tendency not to read all the tips either. Enjoy the wintery weather. Blessings.

  • Comment by Angel — February 5, 2011 @ 10:17 am

    Darby, You are such an inspiration! I love that you make all of these random goodies, just because. Your children will have wonderful memories of that 🙂 I’ve tried to follow your lead and just the other night my 11 year old son and I whipped up a batch of homemade brownies from the Hershey cookbook he bought for me with his own money from his school book fair because he knows I collect cookbooks. I must be doing something right! Over the holiday we made your homemade cocoa and marshmallows…never buying another bag from the store and a while back I made your ginger snaps. Yum to all of them. Keep the recipes (and the inspiration) coming!

  • Comment by Julie — February 5, 2011 @ 2:15 pm

    Those are SO cute! I think I would definitely mess up the chocolate dipping part. Oh yeah. I definitely would.

    I love severe weather, too. But we don’t get any out here, ever 😉 Except for maybe some wildfires.

  • Comment by Oksana Kipko — February 5, 2011 @ 2:32 pm

    I love this post!! I wish I could even attempt those adorable patties! I think I might, I just cannot resist after seeing all those pictures 🙂 and I love severe weather conditions too! Yay for not being the only one!

  • Comment by Mackie — February 5, 2011 @ 5:52 pm

    What special memories of your parents 🙂 Sounds you like you come from a wonderful family.

  • Comment by Jennifer — February 5, 2011 @ 6:15 pm

    Love the homemade Peppermint Patti! My jaw droppped when I heard you say homemade, fantastic! Oh my word! I am in Milwaukee, 1 hr North of Chicago and I couldn’t help but watching the news coverage and seeing the blowing storm outside! There was even lightening and thunder during the blizzard, weird huh? Great post Darby! ~Jennifer

  • Comment by Kate from Party Resources — February 5, 2011 @ 7:07 pm

    I have to say I am over the “severe weather” here in Boston. Done. With over 60 inches of snow and counting the novelty has worn off…But those pink peppermint patties would brighten any day – such a great idea!

  • Comment by Jenna — February 5, 2011 @ 7:27 pm

    Yummmm!!! I wish I had the motivation to make these!

  • Comment by suzann — February 5, 2011 @ 7:55 pm

    75 degrees and sunny blue skies here in northern california. oh how i wish we had some snow. it’s February for goodness sakes! Right now, I’m living vicariously through my sis and her family in Dallas and my niece in Kansas, who is a student at KU (Rockchalk!). Happy weekend, Darby. Love your blog so much. (1st time I’ve been brave enough to leave a post 🙂

  • Comment by ABBY — February 5, 2011 @ 8:56 pm

    I need these and I need a bug jar shirt. So sad they are sold out.
    I am now craving peppermint!

  • Comment by Lorri — February 6, 2011 @ 11:39 am

    Those look soooooooo yummy. I will have to make them!

  • Comment by Becca~CapturingSimpleJoys — February 6, 2011 @ 2:26 pm

    These look so yummy! I have always loved York Peppermint Patties, these look even better and I know my kids would love to help make them 🙂

  • Comment by rachel — February 6, 2011 @ 9:03 pm

    The recipe looks yummy!! I can’t wait to try it!! Please order more shirts. I love the girls pink and the ladies, but they are all sold out!!

  • Comment by Kim — February 7, 2011 @ 12:48 pm

    I have made this recipe before and gave up on the “patties” as well. I noticed you suggested to roll them in balls and freeze them which is what I found works well but also if you stick a toothpick in the center before you freeze them this makes dipping a little easier too. The toothpick doesnt always stay still but you can still hold it sideways if that makes sense. Happy candy making!

  • Comment by Elena — February 7, 2011 @ 12:57 pm

    Very nice sweet! In Russia we do not have some ingredients …(((
    but there are beautiful photos! I look at pictures and feel the taste! )

  • Comment by Meg — February 7, 2011 @ 3:19 pm

    Darby – This recipe + your tips were awesome!! I made 2 batches this weekend and they were a huge hit with friends! Thanks for the inspiration and for all of the good advice. They were much easier to do when I put them in the freezer. I decided to tint mine yellow for the Super Bowl – too bad they weren’t a good luck charm! I wrote about my baking on my blog – and passed on a lot of the tips you gave. Thanks again! They are one of my hubby’s favorites – it was fun to surprise him with some!

  • Comment by Bailey@peppermintbliss — February 8, 2011 @ 11:28 am

    This might be my favorite post ever
    1. Because I too love severe weather. My husband and I waited out the blizzard in Chicago and I excitedly told him that I thought this qualified us as STORM CHASERS because we experienced the biggest snow storm in Chicago in 30 years, and then when we lived in Houston for a year we waited out Hurricane Ike! He thought I was being silly but I def think this qualifies us.
    2. Pink. Peppermint. Patties. OMGosh, you knooowwww this is right up my alley. AND now that I am preggo I have zero qualms about making a whole batch just for myself.

  • Comment by JenniB — February 8, 2011 @ 4:05 pm

    Can’t wait to make these for my husband for Valentine’s Day. I think he will be plesantly surprised! Just for fun check Pioneer Woman’s website for recipes too…thought you might get a kick out of the tips on this recipe…
    And by the way….WAR EAGLE!! And Happy Valentine’s Day!

  • Comment by Shannon — February 11, 2011 @ 10:22 am

    This recipe looks tasty, I definitely have to give it a try! And if you want some severe winter weather – I’d be happy to trade places with you. We’ve had our fair share in Boston this season!

  • Comment by Karen Jo Moseley — February 11, 2011 @ 3:51 pm

    Hey Darcy! I’m not gonna go back and read the 1000’s of comments before mine…so I won’t know if someone else already asked/suggested this: Can you do some tees for us Larger women? Now I’m just speakin’ for myself here … Some Girls just are not teeny tiny like You, my Friend! Seriously, consider some XL, 1X, 2X sixes, okay? I would LOVE a light blue with a red bicycle! : ) Hugs! Jo

  • Comment by Cheryl — January 24, 2012 @ 11:42 pm

    I cannot even tell you how excited I am to find this! Mint patties…my favourite. Pink…my wee girls favourite. Together…heaven! Thank you for sharing!!

  • Comment by Cheryl — February 3, 2012 @ 1:08 am

    What an awesome tutorial! I cannot wait to give these a try…and hopefully with all your helpful hints, I can make it as pain free as possible! Thanks for sharing!

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