Let Light Shine with these Stained Glass Snowflake Cookies, Merry Christmas 2020!

Let Light Shine with these Stained Glass Snowflake Cookies.

Stained glass snowflake cookies

Feeling crafty Recipe is Here (from December 2011) archive.

Merry Christmas!

(* Image and Recipe from Gifts from the Kitchen by Annie Rigg reproduced courtesy of Kyle Books, September 2011/ Photos by Catherine Gratwicke, all rights reserved)

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