A very Cinnamon-y Christmas Tradition

Well, hey there! How Y’all? Well, in the 1st-2nd-3rd weeks of Christmas A tradition we have is to make dozens and dozens of Cinnamon Rolls and we give them away. (We use the Pioneer Woman’s Cinnamon Roll recipe) My Brother Evan and I were making with our Mom. I was photographing at the moment, Evan was slicing, and my Mom was making a new batch, and I was frosting them(:

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My Brother cutting the Rolls.

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Evan was ferociously shaping the log😆

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This is one pan finished. (well, not fully finished, they still have to be cooked and iced/frosted)

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These (and the ones below) are the risen ones.

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These are kind of mesmerizing, aren’t they?

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This is the Cinnamon Sugar that goes in the middle of the rolls.

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This when I put them in the oven. The funny thing is, they only take 10-12 minutes!         (I think)

 


 

Well, that’s all for Cinnamon Rolls. But remember that horse outline I got? I finished it. this is what came of it:

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This was the outline.

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This is before full shading.

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I was using an “H” for this part.

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Here I was using my blending stump. (If you don’t have on of these for Art, you really need one. I LOVE them)

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This is almost finished. I’ll take a picture on Art day of the finished product.

Bye! Thank you for reading! ~theJunebugblog

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