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Celebrating with Our Tiny Book of Christmas Joy

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It is hard to believe that Christmas is right around the corner. My mind is already making lists of things that I want to do this year for my family; whether it is making their favorite foods or planning our family party, the time for holiday festivities is upon us.

The Tiny Book of Christmas Joy is quickly becoming my go-to when I need great recipes for the holidays. When Cindy Cooper and I were talking about its contents, we knew this would be a great reference book to keep and the perfect hostess gift to present when we were invited to holiday gatherings. For those of us who still know our mom’s rules of social graces, we take hostess gifts!

The book includes more than 60 recipes, ideas for handmade gifts prepared in your own kitchen, simple decorating inspiration, and a few favorite family traditions. I hope that it proves to be as much of a useful resource as it is a spark of inspiration.

Rather than getting overwhelmed with holiday preparations, sometimes all we need is a little book to inspire our creativity. Order your copy today, and get free shipping with the code JOY. 

What are your favorite ways to spread Christmas joy?

Tiny Book of Christmas Joy cover

Comments 3

  1. Hi Phyllis, Went to Barnes and Noble yesterday to buy the “Tiny
    Book of Christmas Joy” in Sacramento/Carmichael area but it was a special order, so will order through your website. Can’t wait…..Thanks so much for this offer, from another hostess person looking for more creative ideas……Carmel

  2. I always make friends and family pound cakes just before Christmas and I also make hand made Christmas ornaments to go along with it!! One of my close friends looks forward to my baking every year. It’s her “go to dessert” for Christmas! I enjoy Christmas baking for my dear friends.

  3. I picked up a great idea last year on this site and plan to use it this year. I am referring to the fun idea of decorating a person’s mailbox for the holidays. Last year, when garlands, swags, and other holiday decor went on sale after Christmas, I purchased what I would need to decorate with this year. I’m quite excited to get to work. Think what a wonderful thing it would be if several people in the neighborhood got on board and this became a neighborhood tradition.

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