Iced Gingerbread Jigsaw Puzzle

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Christmas jigsaw puzzle of warm gingerbread cookies. The cookies have been cut into the shape of a bell.

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aussiesapphire
Dec 22, 2016
So pretty.

I would like to thank "anonymous" for your generous and very kind gift. I pray that God will bless you in ways you do not suspect. Thank you from the bottom of my heart. Hugs.

God bless all of you as we approach the day in which we celebrate the birth of Christ. He made it possible for us to all spend eternity with Him and with our loved ones. Praise God. Hugs.
KNadineM
Dec 22, 2016
Amen, Aussiesapphire. God Bless you as well! It's been a great year of doing puzzles and I always love seeing your quotes.
olamae61
Dec 22, 2016
God bless you Aussie, I love your quotes and Hugs! Most of all I love the friendship and wisdom you have shown. Merry Christmas!
pixipixil
Dec 22, 2016
See that, Aussie. Things are looking up already. Hang in there.
aussiesapphire
Dec 22, 2016
KNadineM, olamae and Pixi - thank you so much for your kind words and a huge hug for all of you {{{{{HUG}}}}}
pixipixil
Dec 22, 2016
Always love hugs but twice as nice when I can hug back so let's double up while I hug back. In fact let's gang hug with KNadine and Olamae.
nlbuchanan
Dec 22, 2016
Yes, aussie, I must also express my gratitude for all your quotes - many of which hit me right between the eyes, and for knowing I will get at least one hug every day. That does not mean you are the only one on this site that I look forward to every day, just the one I was reminded to thank right now.
sept195926
Dec 22, 2016
Thank you auss, I just lost my husband 5 months ago and life doesn't have a lot to live for except seeing my husband once again in Heaven, I Thank God for sending us Jesus and as we celebrate his birth, remember he is the reason for this season, Merry Christmas to all.
aussiesapphire
Dec 22, 2016
Hi Sept 29, my b'day is Sept 12, as with my husband, who didn't die but walked out, I just remember the time we had together and how much happiness we shared during that time. God is in control and He must have seen something up ahead that I would not have been able to handle. He has blessed me with some wonderful friends, who have all made this time a little more bearable. So sorry that your husband passed away, but it is so amazing that we have that promise of meeting in eternity. Just feel a pair of Aussie arms around you giving you a loving hug.
pixipixil
Dec 22, 2016
Hang on, Sept. Holidays are the worst. I still have my husband and dread the day I might out live him...but I think it may be the other way round. But I can appreciate your loss because I lost my 32 year old son a little over 2 years ago. I know how it feels to have little to live for. You must talk yourself into living again because your loved one would have wanted that...and so does God. Life is precious. Even this one. Even when we wish we could have yesterday instead.
Wishing you a Cristmas gift of peace of heart and hope.
KNadineM
Dec 23, 2016
You can count me in on the group hug, pixipixil!
pixipixil
Dec 24, 2016
Consider yourself counted KNadine.
sept195926
Apr 9, 2017
Y'all are such good Christians, to pray for people that you only know on a chat room. but when I pray for each one of you I can group you all together and it makes me feel good inside to help someone I barley know. God bless each and every one of you.
aussiesapphire
Apr 10, 2017
Lovely, sept195926 - this is a very special site and I thank Kevin and all his lovely helpers for making it all possible for us. God bless you sept195926. Hugs.
KNadineM
Apr 10, 2017
Thank you, Sept195926! I take seriously the scriptures to "love your neighbor" and I see everyone as my neighbor even if we live thousands of miles apart and never get to meet in person in this life.
aussiesapphire
Apr 11, 2017
But in the next, what a party!!!!! Hugs.
KNadineM
Apr 11, 2017
Indeed, aussie! Hugs to you.
retirenow14
Dec 25, 2016
My mouth is watering as I place the pieces within the border.
sharondarlene
Dec 24, 2016
Great puzzle. Gingerbread is very tasty! We love gingerbread cookies! Merry Christmas everyone! Enjoy the most precious time of the year! Christmas Eve in Southwest Va. is rainy and unusually warm. Supposed to be 60 degrees on Christmas Day!!!
JAMP124
Dec 23, 2016
"I heard the bells on Cristmas Day.............."
jas6415
Dec 22, 2016
Looks so good..Almost a sin to eat them
mamag15
Dec 22, 2016
You can also use them for ornaments. Take a toothpick and put a small hole in the top. Let them dry completely and either put pretty ribbon through them or use hooks. I did this one year with my kids and they loved it. Now that they are grown, I do not do that anymore.I have not made any of my Christmas cookies this year.
theclingens
Dec 22, 2016
My Mom did this when we where kids, if fact she tells a story of me when she took me to visit Grandma and told me several times not to touch the Christmas tree or the things hanging on it. When we arrived I went right to the tree dazzled by the lights and all. And what did I see Decorated cookies hanging there. I remembered what Momma said and I took a bit while my hands where together behind my back and ate the cookie hanging there. I did NOT touch it! I was about 2. Such great times them olden days!
mamag15
Dec 23, 2016
That is too funny!!! I treasure those whacky moments when we were kids and now I can tell these stories to my own granddaughters.
pixipixil
Dec 22, 2016
An easy one. Well we needed that after the sweat-shop er sweater one. (lol)
This year we're not eating out. I bought a turkey breast and stuffing and I'm making a minced pie and oatmeal cookies from a mix that is low in salt for my husband's blood pressure. I don't like to cook but the restaurants are mostly closed and the open ones we have tried. don't beat my stuffing and cost a fortune. I don't get into fancy looking stuff. Don't have the talent or the energy. I'll stick to pie as it looks the same all the time and to me tastes way better than cakes and cookies. (Probably because I'm terrible at making them.)
I applaud all you bakers who enjoy cooking and decorating. Maybe you got started with your grandma's preparations and letting you work with her. Mine made cruellers and stollen and stuffed dates she would roll in coconut. She never got inot icing and sprinkles.
Happy cooking everyone. Hope your hard work is appreciated.
JamieT
Dec 22, 2016
Although sugar cookies are a fairly basis recipe, they're labor intensive. My aunt and mom would make them from scratch, but our kitchen really didn't have enough space to roll out the dough so you could use the cookie cutters, which, as a kid, was usually the task that you got to do - that, and icing the cookies, which was pretty much limited to spreading icing over the cookie and maybe adding red hots, little silver balls, sprinkles, etc.
theclingens
Dec 22, 2016
Pixipixil I too have high blood pressure and have to watch my salt. If you read the lable of most salt it is 590 mg of salt or higher. But if you use Kosher salt it is 290, but don't buy Morton brand it is the same as salt use the original Kosher. Also you can omit salt from your recipes it doesn't change anything. I do this quite often. I also bake a lot of bread omitting sugar and using molasses or honey. Hope your Christmas dinner is fabulous especial the minced pie!
nlbuchanan
Dec 22, 2016
Sure wish this had an "undo" button. I had just written a long post to you, pixi, and suddenly it was gone. I deal with tremors a lot so who knows which button I hit. Anyway, have a very good Christmas and know that you have been one of the big blessings God gave me on this site,
pixipixil
Dec 22, 2016
Oh, nlb, you have made me so happy tonight. I couldn't want anything more than to be something good for the people I meet. You are such a kind and loving person and I feel blessed to "know" you. Have a very wonderful Christmas.
Smetimes my post disappears then shows up later and sometimes you have to hit the pot button twive before it believes you.
pixipixil
Dec 22, 2016
Thank you for the pointers, clingens. We've been pretty much omitting salt but this was a packege deal and a serving only had 6% sodium so I thought my hubby might like it. His problem is stopping at one serving. I told him I'd cut it into portions and throw all but one in the freezer so he wouldn't eat too much.
pixipixil
Dec 22, 2016
That's hit the post button twice
JUDY2014
Dec 22, 2016
Drove around after dark to see all the beautiful lights and Christmas trees.....nice feeling.
goof1953
Dec 22, 2016
I like this puzzle. Love to hear the bells ringing.
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