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Merry Christmas! Professional KAM Plastic Snap Press GIVEAWAY! @ ILikeBigButtons.com December 08 2019

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Only 17 More Days Until Christmas!!! How did that happen?!? We are sponsoring a Coral Pink DK-93 Professional Snap Press Giveaway!!! What better way to celebrate the gift-giving season!!! You will receive one of our custom Coral Pink DK-93 Press (as pictured) with a set of Size 20 Dies (will have all the parts to function, no additional expense will be required).



Giveaway good until Monday 12/16/19

See how to ENTER TO WIN below (Giveaway Rules*):

1. LIKE & SHARE this I Like Big Buttons! Facebook Giveaway Post publicly.

2. COMMENT on this I Like Big Buttons! Facebook Giveaway Post and share with us your favorite Christmas treat. - Our favorite here at I Like Big Buttons! is a toss-up between Muddy Buddy and Hot Cocoa with Candy Canes and LOTS of Whipped Cream. :)

3. Make sure you are a MEMBER of our I Like Big Buttons! Fan Group and LIKE the Professional Press Giveaway Post in the Fan Group (Post will be pinned in Announcements).

*If your name is drawn as the winner, we will check to make sure you have completed all the requirements above. One (1) Random winner will be drawn.

If you can’t wait and want our Coral Pink or Emerald Press, they are already on SALE our website no coupon needed.

***BONUS, Check out our Christmas Sale and get 10%-30% off your I Like Big Buttons! order (See Sales Details) @ I Like Big Buttons!

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Christmas Crafting 2 In My Kitchen @ ILikeBigButtons.com December 20 2018

 

#3 Foolproof Fudge

Super quick and tastes amazing with almost no effort - my two favorite baking requirements! 😀

I make multiple batches of this recipe. This year I made Mint Chocolate Fudge and Milk Chocolate Fudge.

 
#4 - Caramel Corn
 
CLASSIC CARAMEL CORN
 
INGREDIENTS:
• 2/3 cup of Popcorn popped and de-seeded (will make 24 cups)
• 9 Tablespoons of Corn Syrup
• 18 Tablespoons of Butter
• 2 ¼ cups of packed Brown Sugar
 
Directions for Caramel Sauce:
 
1. Preheat oven to 325 degrees.
2. Put in a saucepan, stir together and bring to a boil.
3. Let boil for 5 minutes, keep an eye on it and continue to stir it.
4. When 5 minutes is up, pull it off the stove and add vanilla and baking soda and stir (it will double in size).
Add:
• ¾ teaspoons of Vanilla
• ¾ teaspoons of Baking Soda
 
Directions for Caramel Corn:
 
1. Put popcorn in a turkey broiler pan, pour caramel mixture over and stir.
2. Place in oven for 10 minutes, at 10-minute mark stir and put back in the oven for 5 minutes.
3. At 5 minute mark, pull out and stir**.
4. **If you want crisper Caramel Corn (I like it crunchier), return to oven for an additional 3-5 minutes, pull and stir one last time.
5. Then spread caramel corn on tin foil in a single layer and let cool.
6. When cooled, break it up and eat.
 

Christmas Crafting In My Kitchen @ ILikeBigButtons.com December 18 2018

This week I am spending time crafting in my kitchen. 😊 One of my kiddos favorite tradition is a few days before Christmas we visit all our neighbors with treats and wish them "Happy Jesus' Birthday!"

We spend upwards of 20-30 minutes at each house. 😂 Our cookie run often takes a few evenings to complete. Not the swiftest, but a wonderful time where we get to really talk with our neighbors and enjoy them in more than passing.

This year I thought I would share my favorite easy, but tasty Christmas treats.

#1 Peanut Butter Fudge

See Recipe here: https://pinterest.com/pin/201184308339934112/

 

 
#2 English Toffee
 
This is one of my Grandma's recipes and a favorite of my husband's. I have to admit I am quite fond of it too.
 
ENGLISH TOFFEE CANDY
 
Ingredients:
  • ½ cup chopped nuts (pecan or walnuts)
  • ¾ cup brown sugar
  • ½ cup butter
  • 6oz chocolate chips (semi or milk chocolate)

Directions:

  1. Place ½ cup of chopped nuts in bottom of tin foil lined cookie sheet. Cook ¾ cup of brown sugar (packed) and ½ cup butter to 270 degrees about 7 minutes, stirring constantly. Pour over nuts and smooth out.
  2. Sprinkle over toffee 6 oz of chocolate chips (or not).
  3. Cover at once with tin foil and wait for 2 minutes or until chips are soft. Then spread the chocolate out with a spatula.
  4. Let Cool. Break into pieces (turn over on wax paper and strike with a heavy spoon or break with hands)

Keep refrigerated. (May freeze)

Makes - 1 lb. candy


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