Happy New Year! Strawberry Candy and Earrings

Happy New Year! 2015 took me in lots of new directions, and 2016 already has some fun plans. A favorite thing that happened was renewed interest in jewelry and accessories, to the point where I am selling things in a boutique and planning on an Etsy shop. What are you looking forward to in 2016?

Here’s an interesting clipping – 3 ingredients, but…?

2 (7 oz.) packages strawberry jello

1 cup Eagle Brand condensed milk

2 (7 oz.) packages coconut

Mix together coconut, 1 package dry jello and  milk in large bowl. Refrigerate 6 hours or overnight.When ready to shape into strawberries, place 1 package dry jello in a small bowl. Take a small amount of coconut mixture and shape into a strawberry. Roll lightly in dry jello.

Hmm. I don’t know about that one.

Last post for the 2015 earring challenge! Thank you Sarajo at SJ Designs Jewelry for inspiring me in so many ways this year! The pink and white pair is made from re-purposed vintage jewelry and the black and turquoise make me think of New Year’s Eve!

I hope you all have a healthy and Happy New Year!

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2 Responses to Happy New Year! Strawberry Candy and Earrings

  1. Sarajo Wentling says:

    Happy New Year, Amy! Thanks again for being my most loyal participant in my earring challenge this year. I hope you’ve had as much fun as I have. I love the idea of re-purposing vintage jewelry… I should tackle a small collection that I have someday soon! Those black and turquoise earrings are totally up my alley. I will weigh in on the recipe you shared this time too. I too am not so sure about it. Let us know if you get brave and try it!

  2. Kristy L. says:

    Happy new year, Amy! I look forward to your Etsy shop in the near future, and to more of your fun recipes!

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