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December 19, 2008

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Norma Woodward

What a great way to recycle those tins, I know what your DH means about saving them, mine's the same way, however, I keep them in the stamp room, so he doesn't really know how many I've saved. And the cookies are perfect.

Mary C. Anderson

Your right. This little tin is perfect for cookies. Just goes to show you that collecting tins are a very smart thing to do. You just never know when one of them will come in handy. :) Your tin came out wonderful Erika. Thanks so much for sharing your Bake it, Make it and Take it with all of us. Now I am headed over to your Moms blog to get her recipe for delicious looking cookies.

Mary

Anita A

Cute tin! I love the idea of reusing containers. I noticed on PCP that today is your birthday. Happy Birthday! The cookies are wonderful. I make peanut butter cookies with a mini resese peanut butter cup in the middle. I use my mini muffin pan that I grease first than put a scoop of dough in the cup and push a mini peanut butter cup in the middle and bake.

asela

I re-use containers too! Love your tin. It's gorgeous.

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