Check out the recipe here. I was uber impressed that mine actually looked like the pictures when I pulled it out of the oven at the end. Hubby was in heaven and ate like a pig. Definitely a recipe that will become a staple around here.
Back to business....I can't believe 2012 is ending and we're on to 2013. Where does the time go? My babies are growing up too fast. I swear the older I get, the faster time flies.
What are you doing to celebrate? This is the first time in 3 years my two older children weren't in Oklahoma with their dad. We're having a little party with Grandbea, my mother-in-law. We will be counting down the hours with lots of games from my husband's much-loved show, Table Top.
For eats, I've planned piglets in blankets (little smokies wrapped in crescent rolls), homemade dutch oven bread, crockpot mac n cheese, copycat Chili's skillet queso, homemade hot apple cider, and chocolate muffins (at the request of Miss Molly). Plus, some champagne for the grown ups.
Since we are coming down to the wire tonight, I thought it would be fun to post the Top Five most popular posts from my little blog from the entire year.
Top Five Sewing Chick Posts of 2012
Upcycled T Shirts into Rosette Embellishments I'm always surprised at what's really popular on my blog. This was the fourth highest on my blog. It's a fun little embellishment. I love to make these rosettes because no matter what, they always come out looking fabulous.
Ribbon Flower Baby Headband tutorial. I love these little headbands on Miss Molly. I happened to be playing around with the ribbon to make an accessory to go with her outfit and I just loved how the flower came out.
Jointed Waldorf doll tutorial. This is one of my most popular posts even lately. I love to make these Waldorf dolls and it's fun to share my love with everyone else. If you haven't tried one, they really aren't as scary to make as you might think.
Spiral Hot Dogs. Who knew such a simple idea could make hot dogs so delicious? I was surprised at the popularity of this post. In fact, it was a spur of the moment that I decided to take pictures of my husband making them.