Baking Essentials From Walmart

Tremendous thanks to Walmart and Shopstyle Collective for sponsoring this post.

I love baking this time of year and found some of the cutest baking essentials from Walmart. These are pieces I can keep for years and get out every Christmas.

It would be best if you always had measuring cups, and this elf measuring cup set is perfect for the holiday season. The group has a hand-painted elf and cute red and green striped elf designs.

Measuring spoons are also a must-have when baking, and I couldn’t resist these adorable elf measuring spoons. They make baking so fun!

Sugar cookies are always a hit, and you have to have cookie cutters. This 10-pack set of cookie cutters is made of food-grade stainless steel, so they are durable.

This bowl is perfect for baking but festive enough to set out on the cabinet for decor. It’s dishwasher and microwave safe.

I love a pretty kitchen towel to use during the holiday season. The Michel Design Works’ kitchen towels are made of natural woven cotton so that they will get softer and more absorbent with each washing.

Walmart has everything you need to get you ready for the holiday season. They already have Black Friday Deals for Days; check out all the deals HERE.

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Beauty For the Heart™

Count your blessings instead of your crosses
Count your gains instead of your losses
Count your joys instead of your woes
Count your friends instead of your foes
Count your smiles instead of your tears
Count your courage instead of your fears
Count your full years instead of your lean
Count your kind deeds instead of your mean
Count your health instead of your wealth
Count on God instead of yourself. -author unknown

“Give thanks in all circumstances; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you” (1 Thessalonians 5:18)

Let your beauty shine from the inside out today!

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4 Comments

  1. Cyndi- I love this poem and your post with Thanksgiving thoughts. It really spoke to me along with everyone’s comments. Gave me another opportunity to pray for others.
    We have a very small family. Parents, aunts and uncles all gone. I’m an only child and my husband is estranged from his siblings so our holidays include only the 4 of us ( 2 young adult girls). XO 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻

  2. Cyndi,

    This Thanksgiving will be very different for my family and husbands family. I lost my younger brother and he just lost his mom. We miss them, but know they are at peace and with the Lord.
    I love the poem, makes a lot of sense.
    Have a wonderful Monday!

  3. Yes, I think more people need to be real on social media. It’s easy to fall into the trap and compare and have dispare, if we aren’t careful to keep in mind everyone had trials and what they show on social media is often like their Christmas card/letter….. only the good. Thank you for yesterdays post.

  4. This year is hard. We just lost my mom last Tuesday night, the next day would have been her birthday. I have been estranged from them and my sister for 12 years. But my dad, sister and I have come together to plan her memorial service. It has been extremely hard, we have had our moments, but know that mom is smiling down on us and happy. Your post yesterday about Thanksgivings past, frustrations, and anxiety are all happening here now. But your poem today really hit home about counting your blessings and not the bad. Thank you, thank you, thank you. Have a very blessed Thanksgiving.