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Hot Buttered Apple Cider | Download (PDF)
Courtesy of AllRecipes.com

 

Hot Buttered Apple Cider, courtesy of AllRecipes.com

 

Maple syrup sweetens up this hot cider, while the spiced butter gives it a rich, smooth flavor that makes it a particularly soothing drink. Fill up a mug and reminisce about cold, wintry days gone by.

INGREDIENTS
1 bottle (16 oz.) apple cider
1/2 c. pure maple syrup
1/2 c. butter, softened
1/2 tsp. ground nutmeg
1/2 tsp. ground allspice

Yields 8 servings

DIRECTIONS
In slow cooker over low heat, cook apple cider with maple syrup for twenty minutes or until steaming. In small bowl, combine butter, nutmeg, and allspice. Mix well. Pour cider into mugs and top with a teaspoon of spiced butter.


Moonlight Walk Party
Designer: Kim Hughes

 

Moonlight Walk Party, designer: Kim Hughes

 

SUPPLIES:  Patterned paper: (Marli from Sweet Spring collection) Fancy Pants Designs; (Swirls from Out & About No.2 collection) My Mind’s Eye  Rubber stamps: (mug from Hugs & Kisses set, mug from Christmas Cheer set, Trees Backgrounder, Polka Dots Backgrounder) Cornish Heritage Farms  Dye ink: (Sky) Paper Salon  Solvent ink: (Jet Black) Tsukineko  Accents: (aqua brads) Creative Impressions; (aqua button) Autumn Leaves  Fibers: (cream ribbon) Beaux Regards  Font: (Times New Roman) Microsoft  Tools: (1 3/4" circle punch) EK Success  Other: (disposable coffee cups)  Finished sizes: invitation 4" x 5 1/4", cup sleeve 10 1/4" x 2 1/2"

INVITATION
Ink all edges.
1 Cut patterned paper to finished size. 2 Print invitation on patterned paper; trim. Stamp Trees Backgrounder; adhere. 3 Tie ribbon through button; adhere.

CUP SLEEVE
Ink all edges.
1 Cut patterned paper to finished size. Stamp Polka Dots Backgrounder. 2 Stamp mugs on patterned paper; punch and adhere. 3 Print names on patterned paper; trim, attach brads, and adhere. 4 Adhere sleeve ends around cup.

Designer Tip
Change the size of certain letters in the text to make them stand out and add interest.

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