Tuesday, October 28, 2014
Sunday, October 5, 2014
Many people say they love to dunk my cookies in coffee or milk.
Personally, I've never tried it but it got me thinking.
I had this idea.
How about a long rectangle cutter
so I can make cookies that are great for dunking
or hot cocoa
Of course, Truly Mad Plastics came to the rescue.
Here it is.
Then it was time to package these dunkers.
I LOVE the packaging.
These boxes are from BRP Boxes and they are perfect!
The above box is for a 16 year old girl just starting the fight of her life.
Tuesday, September 23, 2014
I've always wanted a petal cutter and finally had one made
I think this cutter would be great for a spring flower too!
I had it made over at Truly Mad Plastics.
Have I told you how much I LOVE that business?
Sunday, August 31, 2014
Lovin' these mini platters!
Lots of cookies.
Bitesize for everyone to grab a few.
Not a lot of money!
Monday, August 4, 2014
Sometimes medium cookies are perfect for a small gathering.
Below is a description of something new you can order from The Cookie Corner AZ
Sunday, July 20, 2014
The color applied to a set of cookies can make all the difference in the world.
The first set was for a little girl turning two.
The theme was UNDER THE SEA and the color palette was calm, soft colors.
This set was for a sweet girl turning two as well.
Their theme was THE LITTLE MERMAID and their color palette
was bold, bright colors.
So pretty much the same shapes
just different colors.
Saturday, July 19, 2014
One of my favorite shapes to make is a CRAYON.
To me, they just create happiness.
These are mini cookies so 1 dz fit perfectly in this clear box.
All ready for school.
I used the same crayon cutter from above to "stamp" a border on this very large cookie.
I also used a pencil.
Tuesday, July 1, 2014
They spent their first evening as a married couple at his ball game.
They've been married fifty years.
Wow. Simply perfect!
ps-this pic does not do the gold metallic justice.
Thursday, June 19, 2014
I've always wanted to try making a GIANT cookie.
I tried it about a year ago--FAIL.
I tried it about a month ago-FAIL.
Then I was determined to get it right!
I had to play it in my head just HOW I'd get a big cookie...
It had to be...
flat and smooth like my regular cookies
cooked perfectly all the way through just like my regular ones
I figured it out!
When cooking a larger cookie like this one,
I had to adjust the temperature and time and that was the tricky part.
But it worked!
I am pleased and look forward to doing these GIANT cookies on a seasonal basis.
Sunday, June 1, 2014
You know I love
Truly Mad Plastics.
They create cookie cutters that you cannot find anywhere!
You dream it, they create it!
It's that simple!
For this set, I used their CHALICE cookie cutter.
Friday, May 16, 2014
You know this cutie?
She's a character on the Disney show Doc McStuffins.
Since I do not do "character" cookies, I decided to look at the paper goods for inspiration.
While I did not create any cookies with characters, I did manage to coordinate with some of the other items that caught my eye.
I think they came out perfect!
So did the birthday girl!