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29 October 2013

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Paola

When it rains, it pours.

Amy at love made my home

Very cute - if you can call a skeleton cute!

CJ

Poor you, I hope it all improves soon. Great gingerbread skeletons though. I'm doing jellies in an orange that's carved to look like a little pumpkin tomorrow - no oven required. Not too much washing up either; my dishwasher was pronounced BER today (Beyond Economic Repair). Sigh.

Julie

Ha, brilliant Ali! There is no keeping you down, resourceful as ever you are. Fourteen days is a bit of a marathon though, I hope the oven gets fixed, the weather stays dry and that you have a few more clever ideas to keep those active boys of yours busy!

Claud

Gorgeous little skeletons - how resourceful you are, Ali. Hope the oven's soon up and baking again.

As a mute admirer of your wonderful blog (not in a stalky way, just shyly listening at the door of the blogosphere before knocking), a heartfelt thank you for all your inspiring moments of loveliness.

Thimbleanna

Where there's a will, there's a way. You're a genius -- those are adorable!

Alice C

I'm impressed. I can't imagine how much I would have had to bribe MasterM to ice cookies after the age of 8. We are taling serious money.

Catherine Hopkins

those biscuits are amazing!

Lazylol

Very creative! I hope the weather picks up a bit and you can get some time outdoors - good luck :)

Annie @ knitsofacto

Fourteen days, that's a marathon! Hope you can get that oven fixed so they can be elbow deep in flour asap.

monica

love them.

My monsters threw a fit whilst cleaning the pumpkins. They wanted ME TO DO IT FOR THEM. Oh noooooooooooooo.

(I think next year I'll buy smaller ones though.... so much gunk!)

driftwood

oh dear. recipe for disaster, hope the oven is fixed soon. I couldn't cope with a 2 week half term without cake........

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