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December 15, 2010

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Totally doing this this weekend! Thank you so much!

Amazing! This looks beautiful. I wish we had these candy melts in the UK. x

Very beautiful Jessica! I look forward to each and every post of yours, my shot of lovely and pastel prettiness! Thank you for a beautiful year of ideas and pictures, fabulous!! Lori

I do this, except I add small pretzel sticks. So, it is essentially white pretzel bark. Everyone loves it.

omg so pretty! I love the idea of not having to stick with the typical Green and Red at Christmas! These colors go so much better with my house.

Oh, that is as sweet to the eye as I'm sure it is to the mouth! Beautiful!

Wow, that is beautiful! It matches your blog background, too. :)

awesome!! bought candy melts today to make cake pops and now I have another yum to make

SOLD : )
Once again, I'm a goner on this one Jessica. I always made the dark choc. bark with candy cane bits, but this year... this one for SURE.
You are all about "such pretty things" my friend.
Thanks again for all your pretty things all year long. I look forward to many more with you.
Love You
Love Me
xoxoxo

That looks pretty AND delicious! I think I might try this...if I'm brave enough to head out in the cold today!

I am in love with your blog! I have just spent goodness knows how long looking through all your beautiful posts. I had been looking for inspiration for my birthday tea party for next year, and I could not have found anywhere more inspirational than your blog. Gosh you have so many pretty things and ideas, all in shabby chic and vintage . I'm so glad I have found your blog! I'd be mad not to follow.

xx Carina

I so love this! Gorgeous! I'm going to have to try this and oh, just about everything else on your blog. So glad you've passed all these pretty tips along!

Great idea--looks so YUM.

Hi Jess
I did make your yummy bark. Yours looked better than mine, but it wasn't bad at all. I spiked mine up a little by blending in some hot pink melts and swirled it around.
Thanks for the great pastel recipe.
Hope you had a great Christmas.
Love Claudie
xoxox

These are almost certainly some of the prettiest sweets I've ever seen. Easter, weddings, baby showers, Halloween, Valentine's Day, school colors, favorite colors...The possibilities! Thank you for sharing this. :)

Interesting recipe and very nicely written with good pictures, love to try it!

This colour-combo is amazing an beautiful! It looks perfect for a little girl's fairytale-party!

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