Sunday, February 28, 2010

Baby Face

Joan and I spent most of the afternoon decorating these for two different baby showers.

We absolutely loooooooove the baby faces. I must give credit where credit is due though, they were inspired by Sugarbelle (a cookie decorator whose site I stalk often). If you would like to stalk her too, you can find her at:

The pink and white are for a shower Mindy will be attending next weekend. Thanks for your donation and repeat business!

The purple and pink are for our friend and neighbor, Monica. We'll be attending her shower in two weeks and these beauties will be given as favors. Had we known the faces would have turned out so cute, we probably would have just made those for her shower. I hope the guests don't fight over which one they get to take home. I know we want faces!

By the way, the faces aren't drawn on with a Sharpie marker (as I think I may have lead Dave to believe). It's edible marker, our new decorating friend--love them!

Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Spring Has Sprung!

Oh how I wish it were true.

When Mindy asked for spring flowers we had 50 inches of snow on the ground, so I was more than willing to bring some spring into our lives. I hope her team enjoys this nice "change of scenery".

Saturday, February 13, 2010

One Shoe Can Change Your Life

Terri ordered these for a suprise (shhhhhh!) bridal shower. The wedding will be held at Disney in April, so it was only fitting that the shower have a Cinderella theme.

These glass slippers sparkle like glass; the photos don't show it well. Although the order was for just glass slippers, I thought 40 of them together would look too plain, so I added a touch of color (the shower and wedding colors are black and white). I hope Terri likes this addition.

Friday, February 5, 2010

Tye Dye Mania

I delivered these today. I think they look cute in a bouquet!

Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Peace, man.

I see Audrey was baking today as well--great Cookie Monsters! I made these for a get well bouquet for a 14 year old and a birthday for a 9 year old. I have been wanting to try tye-dye T-shirt cookies for a while now. While mixing the icing colors (6 in all!) took some time, the decorating was a blast! These pictures truly don't do the cookies justice. These are my new favorites.

C is for Cookie

S is for Snow Day!!!

When Steve asked yesterday if I could make cookie monster cookies for Saturday, I told him only if there was no school today, otherwise I wouldn't have time. We both lucked out...I got the day off, he got his cookies.

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