Sunday, October 17, 2010

{Faith vs Fortune...}

Macaroon Weekend
Fortune Cookie Weekend...
{next weekend it will be Macaroons..I promise...but I do have
a very good see I realized that this
Tuesday it is my turn to do staff devotions at my school...I had
to think quick ...... this is what I came up with}

Faith Cookies

no easy task I might add..but once I got the hang of it
I was on my merry way...with much help from my daughter

recipe here

if you want to give it a me
I have a few tips that will save you some time and frustration

The message I put inside my cookie is....
Faith is being sure of what we hope for
and certain of what we do not see
{Hebrews 11:1}

After making these I know macaroons will be a breeze!
{thank you for all the words of encouragement you gave me concerning
the making of weekend it is!}



Suz said...

I need to try that again! I remember making those in college with my housemother. It was really fun!

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Koralee! What a wonderful twist!! I think I understand that kind of school you teach in! Lucky you, or rather, what a blessing!

I made pumpkin muffins this weekend, but I really must try your macaroons next! Have a lovely week dear friend!Anita

birdie blue said...

those look inspiring and delicious (a fun combination). have a lovely and faith filled day tomorrow, koralee.


Pamela said...

Wonderful!!! I love any biblical verse so uplifting and don't we all need this today!
You are such a clever girl!! Lucky , Lucky students!
Pamela xo

Kirsty Vittetoe said...

Macaroon or fortune cookie, you are just best at what you are doing, thanks for sharing (reminding) such beautiful message!
Will wait for the Macaroon next! : )

Blessedmom's Simple Home said...

I'm sure it's a blessing to everyone when you do staff devotions. Your ability to share an uplifting message is apparent to all of your followers here. These are wonderful.
Have a blessed week~

Debbie@Nanas Sweet Dreams and Memories said...

Faith cookies....only you dear Koralee could think of something as wonderful as this. Spreading the Faith...much more important than macaroons...although I am sure they will be yummy and oh so lovely too.
Thanks for stopping by and liking the pics...happy to hear that you know the locations.It has taken me all week to rest up...back to school tomorrow.
Have a marvelous Monday tomorrow.
Debbie :)

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

WHAT A GREAT BLESSING INDEED! You know, a colleague of mine that gets frustrated with our public school system that does not allow any discussion of faith. I say, "Perfect. That forces me to be a Christian instead of just talking about it." Harder to do, but well worth the challenge!


Magpie's Mumblings said...

I made fortune cookies years ago and do recall them being a bit fiddly, but oh so worth it! Yours look yummy!

Beach Vintage said...

I love your verse Koralee. I also love the idea of a faith cookie today....xx

A Vintage Chic said...

What a wonderful idea, Koralee! They turned out beautifully--and I'm sure they're absolutely delicious, too! Thanks for sharing the recipe...The verse you chose is perfect...

Hope you're having a wonderful evening!


Maria said...

Hi Koralee!
Oh what a treasure you are to your teaching community ♥ I can only imagine how you are loved ~
These are going to be something to remember tomorrow ~ I know it would be that way for me if one of my faculty members brought such a gift of love and time ~
...As a teacher in a public school, I do appreciate, with all my heart, those fellow staff members who are happy to share their love of God ♥
Tomorrow, I'll be thinking of this special presentation of beautiful treats!

Vintage Home said...

...oh Koralee...Wonderful Treat and beautiful Verse.....Thank you for sharing!

NENSA MOON said...

Hi Koralee,
what a lovely cookie...
it looked like crispy ...ow..what a nice taste
I think i wanna to try this one too!

Thanks for sharing, dear friend!

~*~ saskia ~*~ said...

Can't believe you tried these!! They turned out super! Hugs for a wonderful fun week, filled with lots of fortune and faith. xxxxx

Dustjacket Attic said...

Now that is one fab idea my friend. Love it!

Happy day,
xoxo DJ

Life love, clutter and other beautiful things. said...

Wow how lovely to receive a fortune cookie like that!!! Hope you have a good week xox

Poppies and Sunshine said...

Wow, how amazing. These seem so complicated to make! I love how you turned them into faith cookies!

B said...

Faith cookies! What a great idea; you are gifted my friend :O)
B x

It's me said...

How nice !! FAITH COOKIES....... they look wonderful !!...have a blessed week filedl with faith..and you....Ria....

Draffin Bears said...

Hi Koralee,

What a beautiful idea, making the faith cookies and the verse from Hebrews is so fitting and lovely.
Love the new sweet look to your blog and the Avatar photo. Also the previous post of the sweet girl, (who I presume is your daughter) and her smile. Thanks for all you share dear friend and for visiting me.


*Ingrid* said...

I love your faith cookies Koralee...sweet pictures also...enjoy a beautiful week...


Barbara said...

How funny! I made fortune cookies this week too! But mine are black! Going to post them next week!

Anonymous said...

Let your light shine sweetie...
Much Love....victoria~

jeanette from everton terrace said...

What a fun adventurer you are! I'm certain all your hard work is going to be much appreciated - very thoughtful and probably delicious gift.

Foxglove Spires said...

These look wonderful and a very inspiring way of sending such a beautiful message. Have a lovely day filled with blessings. xxx

Carol said...

Wow, sure do tackle any creative project...and finish it so well. Won't the staff be surprised when it's not just their fortune that awaits them but a blessing!!

red ticking said...

koralee... one of my favorite verses... i am going to pass it along with a similar message today... faith is so awesome... xoxo

come visit!

Jacqueline said...

Dearest sweet Koralee, im loving your first photo so much! These looks inspiring and soo yummie!! I do have to try this out too! Have a lovely merry happy week and love to yoU!


Love the Decor! said...

What a great thing to use for a devotion!!
I am looking forward to the macaroons though : )
stop over and enter my giveaway when you get a chance

I Love Pretty Little Things said...

Hi There Koralee!!! As usual your post is Beautiful! I feel like I have been so distracted when it comes to blogging. Thank you for continuing to post for Friday Pretties.
My Mom's memorial was Saturday, and it was wonderful. Now that that is done I am hoping that things will return some what to normal again and that I can blog a little more.
Have a wonderful week!
Love, Joyce

Andrea - Faded Plains said...

What a wonderful idea. Your fortune cookies turned out great...I'll have to try this with my boys...I think they'd love making them.

marian said...

Thanks for once again sharing a fun recipe, can't wait to try it myself! Yours turned out beautiful!!!! You're a real artist!!! I haven't had time to try the macaroons either, so there's two fun baking things on my to do list now ;-)
Bye, have a fun-faith-fortune-fabulous-fantastic-filled week!

Anonymous said...

Lovely! xoxoxo

Celestial Charms said...

Wow Koralee,
These are fabulous. I've always wondered how to make them from scratch. Bravo!

LuLu said...

All the work you put into them was worth it... they are wonderful, and the devotion is so special, I know they will be received with love!

Privet and Holly said...

Hi sweet friend!
My daughter and I
made fortune cookies
last year and the
thing I remember the
most is: work fast!!
LOVE the idea for our
teacher staff meetings
where they ask parents
to donate treats....
Thanks for the inspiration!
xx Suzanne

Luiza said...

You are great! I could never have done those fortune cookies!!!!
Well, then , I´ll wait til next weekend, to see the macaroons...=)!

Love your new banner, by the way...

Have a lovely monday!

fernandflora said...

Oh Koralee! You are just so talented. I wish I could have been in on your staff devotions. Those cookies look beautiful!

I had the best of intentions to join your macaroon weekend, but alas, it didn't happen for me either. Next weekend it is!

xo xo

pollydove said...
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Anonymous said...

Those cookies look fantastic! Too beautiful to eat!

Camila F.

pollydove said...

Hi Koralee - Okay, I did delete my last comment because of spelling errors. My body and my brain are not functioning at full speed yet after an exhausting weekend, sorry.

I adore your fortune cookies in that pink tea cup! So cute - and you are ONE ambitious bluebird my friend! I don't know that I would even attempt to take on that baking project! What a trooper you are and that message is perfect!

(LOVE the new banner too!!!) xoxo

Not Just a Waitress said...

It looks like the Faith Cookies took a lot of PATIENCE!! :) It's so cool that you made your own!! Sounds like a really fun project. :)
Good luck with your upcoming macarons. :) :) :)
Blessing for a Wonderful Week :)

Bad Taste Toast said...

Oh my, you are a baking queen! These fortune/faith cookies look perfect! It was always a mystery to me how they get the little papers into the cookies but now I know :D

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Dawn said...

Oh my goodness Koralee! You look like an incredible creator in the kitchen!!!!!
How do you do it?
(Like your new header too:)

Sue (Someone's Mom) said...

I have heard that fortune cookies are really difficult to make. I think yours turned out well. Of course they are displayed so sweetly.

hometown girl said...

i love the Bible verse you put in them. they look really great by the way! i'm am totally impressed that you tried these! they would be fun for a birthday or even new years! happy monday!! xo susan

Dogwood said...

great cookies. i can't believe you made the cookies. what a smart lady! love the bible verse that you put inside.

enjoy you days...

love your new banner!

My Blessed Serendipity Life said...

This post is so inspiring. This verse was perfect for me right at this moment and I have posted it up on my new magnetic board so I can see it throughout the day. Thank you. You are a blessing!


Marilyn said...

Love the Faith cookies. Good luck next week with the macarons.

{kara} said...

you must be such a wonderful teacher. I love that verse. What a great idea! Love your new banner! so you!

Gloria said...

So uplifting and Very sweet, Koralee! They are beautiful! You put so much work, and *your heart* into these!!! How very blessed your school staff is to have you in charge of this Tuesday devotion!! Thanks for sharing...:)
xoxo Gloria @}~`}~~~

Martha said...

what a fantastic idea....they turned out beautiful and I love, love the message of my fav's

Juju at Tales of said...

Splendid! Delightful! I <3 these!

Amy Bird said...

Your blog is beautiful and it helps that I love birds, and the robin's egg color that is all over your blog! These fortune cookies look awesome! I def want to try to make these! You have a new follower! I am following on twitter too! Check out my blog and be a follower if you like it!


P.S. Your logo is adorable! :)