Stove top Christmas scent --- One batch stays good for weeks, you just add water and heat it on low whenever you want to fill the house with Christmas goodness.

Stove top Christmas scent --- One batch stays good for weeks, you just add water and heat it on low whenever you want to fill the house with Christmas goodness.

One pinner said: You know that wonderful smell when you walk into Williams Sonoma?  Here’s how to get it:  water, sliced lemon, 3 springs of fresh rosemary and about a teaspoon of vanilla.  Simmer on the stove....this smells amazing! I used 2 lemons, 3 sprigs of rosemary and about 2 tablespoons if vanilla. It only took 5 minutes to make the whole house smell fresh!

One pinner said: You know that wonderful smell when you walk into Williams Sonoma? Here’s how to get it: water, sliced lemon, 3 springs of fresh rosemary and about a teaspoon of vanilla. Simmer on the stove....this smells amazing! I used 2 lemons, 3 sprigs of rosemary and about 2 tablespoons if vanilla. It only took 5 minutes to make the whole house smell fresh!

Peanut Butter Cup Cookies - a fool proof recipe that is always a hit. the-girl-who-ate-everything.com

Peanut Butter Cup Cookies - a fool proof recipe that is always a hit. the-girl-who-ate-everything.com

No Bake Coconut Pecan Praline Cookies ... no oven on a hot day but would be lovely at Christmastime too

No Bake Coconut Pecan Praline Cookies ... no oven on a hot day but would be lovely at Christmastime too

Does your house smell good? If the answer isn’t an immediate “YES”, try this: 1 apple {on the brink of death is fine} 2-3 C water 6-8 cinnamon sticks {you can get these at what I call “the DG” for $1} 1 handful of cloves 1 dash of nutmeg the juice of an orange {or OJ from the fridge is fine too} a splash of vanilla SIMMER and SMELL!

Does your house smell good? If the answer isn’t an immediate “YES”, try this: 1 apple {on the brink of death is fine} 2-3 C water 6-8 cinnamon sticks {you can get these at what I call “the DG” for $1} 1 handful of cloves 1 dash of nutmeg the juice of an orange {or OJ from the fridge is fine too} a splash of vanilla SIMMER and SMELL!

Classic eggnog recipe with decorative printables>> http://www.hgtv.com/entertaining/cold-weather-cocktails/pictures/page-2.html?soc=pinterest

Classic eggnog recipe with decorative printables>> http://www.hgtv.com/entertaining/cold-weather-cocktails/pictures/page-2.html?soc=pinterest

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