Thursday, February 11, 2010

Various hearts

Little paper hearts, scattered on all surfaces...

little paper hearts
{little paper hearts}

Delicious brownie hearts, waiting to be nibbled...

heart brownies
{heart brownies}

(brownie recipe from Deb - I cut them out with a cookie cutter instead of slicing them)

14 comments:

  1. i've been making brownie hearts all week too! and i've been eating way too many.. i think the heart shape makes them more addictive!

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  2. So many warm hearts :) Love the brownies!

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  3. hmmmmmmmmm, this reminds that I need to get to baking

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  4. See, you are the crafts queen because you trace first. My hearts come out all lumpy and different sizes.

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  5. you kill me with your heart shaped baked goods

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  6. those brownies look INSANE. and i love that little ribbon woven throughout that precious plate.

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  7. Those look yummy! I love the plate and ribbon. Great photo!

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  8. The heart brownies are so cute! :o) I love 'em. Target sells some cuter-than-cute heart-shaped cupcake/muffin cups made of silicone. They're so helpful and take up MUCH less space than a muffin tin. In an itty bitty apartment like mine, space is a luxury. LOL. Lovelovelove your blog, as always.
    -Robyn
    somethingovercoffee.blogspot.com

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  9. oh miss rachel, a leetal something may have made its way through the US Postal system, from your magical new house to my little outpost in the desert...

    can i even TELL you how excited i am, and how this exercise in self-restraint by waiting until v-day to open it is *killing* me? and how utterly DELIGHTED i am to be on the receiving end of such creativity and love?!

    !!!

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  10. man the brownies i used were too fudgy and wouldn't cute well so they looked like weird circles.

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  11. That wouldn't be a combination of ribbon, vintage milk-glass and non-square brownies, would it? Because if it is, my fudgy heart will break entirely in two.

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