Giveaway: Hand Block Printed Card Set

***This Giveaway is over, but there will be more giveaways in the future!***

Last year around the holidays I experimented with block printing. It was fun but very messy! I carved this snowflake by hand and printed it with metallic silver ink on six A6 sized cards. I even printed on the envelopes. Now that’s fancy.

These cards aren’t available in the shop. This is your only chance to snatch them up!

To enter the giveaway leave a comment below with your name and your favorite holiday food. For an extra chance to win include the recipe or a link to the recipe.

The winner will be announced Monday, November 23rd. Good luck!

Block Printed Snowflake Card Giveaway

17 comments

  1. Philip!

    Favorite holiday food? I look forward to making the Thanksgiving turkey every year. It’s Alton Brown’s recipe. If you’re not roasting turkey his way, you’re doing it wrong.

  2. John

    My favorite holiday food is just about anything I get to eat with my family. I am really partial to Ritz crackers with a layer of peanut butter (smooth only) between and a coating of white chocolate on the outside. Yum. Yum.

  3. Cait

    I’m a dessert girl, so my favorite holiday food is definitely pumpkin pie. This year I’m making it from scratch and I’m beyond excited. I’m hoping my family loves it!

  4. Jenna

    Well let’s see…I really like mashed potatoes and turkey gravy but I don’t have a recipe for that so here’s a super easy and delicious recipe for corn souffle:
    1 can creamed corn
    1 can regular corn (drained)
    1 box jiffy cornbread mix
    1 8 oz sour cream
    1 stick butter

    Spray a small (8 x 8ish) baking dish with nonstick spray
    Melt butter and then combine the butter with the other ingredients
    Bake at 350 for about an hour

    YUM YUM YUM. I promise!

  5. Kelly

    Those cards are so pretty. I like the envelopes especially, the way the blue contrasts with the brown.

    Well, my Mom and my Aunt bake a ton of pies for Thanksgiving. There’s even a separate table for them, haha. There’s usually apple, pumpkin, berry, chocolate, and cherry (always at my Dad’s request otherwise there will be some ol’ man crabbing.) So my fave is definitely pie since I’ve been spoiled with a wide variety.

    My favorite is apple. My Mom adds extra cinnamon and sprinkles sugar over the top. And she doesn’t bake it in the traditional pie pan, she makes it in like… this 2 quart baking pan. LOL.

    …Yeah, we get pretty serious and competitive about cooking/baking.

  6. Carapace

    Wow, those are incredible! My favorite holiday recipe is Chocolate Brownie Meringues:

    – four egg whites, with a quarter cup of sugar, whipped to stiff peaks; folded with 12 ounces of melted semi-sweet chocolate; 1 tablespoon of vanilla; spooned onto a silicon baking mat or piece of parchment paper; and baked at 325 for 45 minutes, then let cool down with the oven. Super yum!

  7. Duane

    Wonderful cards. They’re beautiful.

    Have to say my favorite Christmas treat is ginger molasses cookies. They remind me of visiting my grandmother’s house on snowy days in PA.

    Make sure that your oven is at 350 degrees.

    Mix the dry ingredients:
    2 1/4 cups sifted all-purpose flour
    1 teaspoon baking soda
    3/4 tsp. ground cinnamon
    1/2 tsp. ground cloves
    1/4 tsp. salt
    2 tsp. ground ginger

    Mix wet ingredients (in this order):
    3/4 cup softened butter
    1 egg
    1 cup white sugar
    1 tbsp. orange juice
    1/4 cup molasses
    2 1/2 to 3 tsp. grated fresh ginger

    In 2 or 3 additions, stir in the dry ingredients. Make sure to keep scraping up from the bottom to avoid any dry clusters.

    Pull off pieces of the dough a little smaller than a golf ball and drop onto the lightly greased cookie sheet.

    Bake for 8-10 minutes. The goal is a soft and chewy cookie.

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