By: grace | Discussion (4)

I have been working on a quilted wall hanging during our girl skills class at our co-op for about 9 months. Now it’s finally finished!!! Here it is:

Back of quilt

A butterfly

By: grace | Discussion (1)

Happy B-day Uh-Oh! I love you sooo much. Thank you for being my grandpa. Thanks for letting me fish with you, flying kits, watching movies together, playing games, letting us go to your house in the summer, and of course…getting us Krispy Kreme doughnuts! Thanks! Happy, happy B-day Uh-Oh!!!!!!!!!!! I love you. Hope you get a doughnut today!

Uh-Oh and me

By: grace | Discussion (6)

These are some “cupcake” cookies that we made on Friday. They take about two days to make! Here is the recipe:

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.


2 sticks of butter @ room temp.

2 cups of sugar

2 eggs @ room temp.

2 teaspoons  vanilla

6 cups all purpose flour

3 teaspoons baking powder

1 teaspoon salt


Cream butter and sugar

Add eggs and vanilla

Mix dry ingredients together, then slowly add it to the wet mixture.

If the dough is too dry then add some water.

Roll out on a floured board using a floured rolling pin. Do not  roll the dough too thin.

Cut out with cookie cutters.

Bake for 10-12 minutes. DO NOT let the cookies get brown.

After removing the cookie sheet, let the cookies sit on the sheet for 5 minutes before moving to cooling racks.

Let them sit on the racks for 24 hours so they can get good and dry.


2 Bags of powdered sugar

1 Tablespoon of vanilla

Enough water to achieve the consistency you want.

For color use either gel or liquid food coloring.

Hold the cookie upside down and dip it into the icing. Then, place the cookie back on the rack.

Let them sit out for 24 hours so the icing can dry. Enjoy!