21 comments on “Cinnamon Star Garland

  1. My family and I made batch after batch of those over 13 years ago and I want you to know they smell as amazing today as the day we made them! Love the garland idea! If I ever make them again, I am stealing your garland idea! 😊

  2. Love the refresher, it has been years since I made my first cinnamon/applesauce ornaments. Love your recipe, can’t wait to try your recipe. They do last for a long time. Thank you! I love your blog!!!

  3. I love these ornament as a garland. I made these 30 yrs ago with my children…I completely forgot them for years. I am going to make a batch tomorrow. Can’t wait to smell them drying in my oven. Thanks for sharing. Merry Christmas!

  4. A) TOTES charming! An adorable Christmas gift as well.

    2) Y out have the officially most interesting masterpiece in Christmas block land! X-Ray? Q-tips? And just do not get me started on the stockings. Y’all are twisted in the best possible way. M.C. & HNY.

    • Thanks Linda. I love the X-Ray too. The stockings I made with Pendleton scraps…and the Q-Tips (lol) are white matches in a vintage match strike….for lighting fires.

  5. Hadassah…I hate autocorrect so bad!!. Let’s try this again…you ha ve the most interesting mantel piece in blog land. So sorry.

  6. Yes, but I think I need to see ALL your decorations because I love the little smidge I see! Thanks for sharing the recipe – I haven’t made these in years and I do love the stars, and the garland idea.

  7. Way darn cool….as usual! Love the stripes… very festive! Can’t wait to see more of your holiday home! –Erik

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