5 December 2011

Sweet kisses


This is todays gift for Annie, a plate full of small meringues, we call them kiss cakes (kyskager) in Denmark. I hope she is longing for something sweet ;-)

15 comments:

  1. It's a sweet gift. I like!
    Bye Faby

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  2. It's a lovely gift. Here too, we call them kisses "Neshikot" in Hebrew.
    Hugs

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  3. Un bonito regalo y muy dulce!!

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  4. They looks very sweet, but a cup of coffee and same "kissis" mmmm...mm...
    Many hugs Kati

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  5. Åh hvor sødt Sus!!!! They are very very cute and sweet and looking yummy... I love them. Hopefully I can resist putting them in my mouth ;0)

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  6. They look delicious and they are so very well made. Lucky Annie!

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  7. What a pretty name for these cakes!

    It is a great idea to exchange gifts during the period of Advent, with friends. As you know your tastes, you are sure to please one or the other. I think you are both lucky. ;)

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  8. Thank you for your sweet comments!
    Léa, I know what you mean. Annie and I feel very lucky to know each other and have a friendship that goes back to when we were kids ;-)
    We both feel very lucky to make so many friendships and get so much inspiration from all over the world too. It´s amazing..
    Love, Susanne (miniaturedreams)

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  9. It is SUCH a JOY to witness the sweet exchange of Gifts you have with Annie! It is a wonderful thing to have such friendship... and it is very special to be a witness to it from the other side of the World! Thank you for sharing with ALL of us! And Kiss Cakes sound DIVINE!!!

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  10. It's such a sweet gift! I love seeing you and Annie do your advent gifts. =)

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  11. Yum! The perfect little sweet for any mini table.

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  12. Hello Susanne! I love your blog and your works! Greetings, a hug!

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  13. Thank you so much!
    Love, Susanne

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