Monday, May 31, 2010

Sorry, Welcome Back, Thanks

First a HUGE SORRY, for all of the orders we've had to turn down recently. It's been a very busy few weeks, we hope everyone understands. Things are settling down now, so keep the orders coming. Remember, we need at least two weekends notice for most orders, but it doesn't hurt to check and see if we can get something done sooner.

Jess ordered these for Becky who is returning from maternity leave and for Wade to helped out while she was gone.

Saturday, May 22, 2010

Raised in the Cages

Tonight we will be celebrating the accomplishments of the young men raised in the batting cages of Damascus High School.

I made these 18 bouquets to use as table centerpieces at the DHS baseball banquet. And yes, 18 lucky people will get to take one home!

Tuesday, May 18, 2010


Need graduation cookies?

We must have graduation orders by the this Friday. Due to time constraints, we'll only be making DHS colors and hornets. We'll be happy to take other orders that can be delivered after June 11th.

Did you know that Damascus High School is the only school in the county that holds graduation at the school? Pray for good weather (June 4th), as Joan and I will be there. Things get complicated when it rains.

Friday, May 14, 2010


Terri ordered these for her daughter's bridal shower this weekend. All she told us was to make them beach themed and we could use whatever colors we wanted to.

I delivered them and got a preview of the party decor. These were a perfect match!

Best wishes and good luck to Terri--she'll need it, her daughters are getting married within weeks of each other!

Friday, May 7, 2010

I Scream, You Scream...

My neighbors were moving and I wanted to give them a farewell. I also was dying to break out the ice cream cookie cutter again. I don't think I can make another baby cookie for a long time!

Sunday, May 2, 2010

Walking on Sunshine--Relay for Life

The American Cancer Society's Relay for Life will be held here in Damascus on Saturday, May 8th at the Fire Activities Center on Lewis Drive. Make sure you go!!! Opening ceremonies are at 2:00, fun, fun, fun until dark, then ending with the luminary ceremony that honors those who have lost their lives to cancer. There are acitivies for everyone, food, carnival games, silent auction, entertainment, and cookies of course!

I made these for Megan to sell at the event. She didn't have a preference as to the design, so I decided on these two. Her grandmother has recently undergone treatment for breast cancer so I made the pink ribbons. I decided the sunshines on sticks would appeal to the younger crowd. Only after I made the cookies did I learn that Megan's team name is "Walking on Sunshine" and that they are bringing awareness to skin cancer.

I'll be at the event, admission is free and all money you spend goes to the American Cancer Society.