>And the winner Is……

>This is the winning entry my butterfly girl picked the winner. I think I want the recipe on this apron if it is that good. I will email you today to get your mailing address.Happy Labor day.

Elizabeth said…

My apron story….
Way back in the mid-90’s, my aunt sent an apron she’d decorated for my baby sister. She used a pre-printed panel of some sort, and did the fusible web with “paint pen” outlines. (I don’t know what else to call them…. they were hugely popular for a while.) The neat thing is that one of the fabric pieces includes a recipe for sugar cookies – the best sugar cookie recipe I’ve ever tasted! Every year when we did the Christmas baking, Becca had to stand still for a few minutes so we could read the recipe off her apron! Now the apron is owned by my daughter, age almost-7. For the last couple of Christmases, she’s helped me with some baking…. and just like her aunt so long ago, she has to stand still long enough for me to read the recipe off her apron!

Elizabeth
Oklahoma City, OK
emlieser at cox dot net

Update
She added the recipe to the comments section if anyone wants it.
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  1. Elizabeth
    Sep 07, 2009 @ 07:19:07

    >Yay!!!! I just sent an email to you, Wendy.The "famous" recipe is:Christmas Apron Sugar Cookies3/4 c Butter1 c Sugar2 Eggs1 tsp Vanilla2 1/2 c Flour1 tsp Baking Powder1 tsp SaltMix ingredients. Cover. Chill 1 hour.Heat oven to 400*. Roll dough 1/8" thick on floured board. Cut shapes with cookie cutters.Bake 6-8 minutes or until lightly brown. Sprinkle with sugar.ElizabethOklahoma City, OK

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