Monday, December 7, 2015

Nativity Cookies


I've wanted to do nativity scene cookies for a long time, but it's a bit of a scary undertaking to make sure all the elements are properly done.  This year I finally bit the bullet and made my own take on them.  I did a grey gradient background with a slight sparkle, and a silhouette on top.  I love how they turned out!

Black and White Christmas Cookies

I love, love, love greyscale art and I love doing greyscale art on cookies!  Here are my favourite #blackandwhitechristmas cookies that I made this season!




Classic Christmas Cookies

It's been chaotic around here with Christmas cookies.  Here are some of the classics I made this season!




Tattoo Cookies

After having a great tattoo experience, I made a little something for my tattoo artist when I came back for touch-ups.  The artist's nickname is Chubs and I made him these cookies.  I got a little design help from Fred and Friends for the centre cookie and the anchor.

Monday, August 31, 2015

Dr. Seuss Cookies


I was asked to make cookies for a Dr. Seuss themed first birthday party.  It was a blast turning the pages of my favourite Seuss books into cookie form; The Lorax, Green Eggs and Ham, The Cat in the Hat, and One Fish, Two Fish.  My favourites were the green eggs and ham!

Engagement Party Cookies


I was asked to make these lovely cookies for an engagement party.  Lots of cookiers have done the "stickman proposal cookie" and I had fun doing them.  Rather than adding the typical sugar pearl, I actually made a little tiny ring in my little stick man's hand.

Flip-Flop Cookies

These flip-flop cookies were really fun to make.  I added some pearl sparkle over top just to add that little extra fun.  Fun to eat, not to wear!

Ombre Cake & Cupcakes


I had a great time making these blue ombre cupcakes to go with this 50th birthday cake.

Thursday, June 25, 2015

Teacher Appreciation Cookies

It's no secret to anyone in my life that I do not like excess junk.  I don't like accumulating STUFF that just sits in my house without a purpose.  So again with my mantra that cookies are personal, memorable, AND consumable gifts (especially for the teachers out there that get 16 "A+ Teacher!" mugs at the end of each school year), I make cookies for my kids' teachers.  Lots of parents resort to gift cards, and I think those are great but lacking a personal touch.  The cookies I make show the teachers in my life that I care enough to take the time to make them a personal gift, and that I also care about their need for less junk accumulation, haha.  I have lots of orders for these at the end of each school year, and I really enjoy having fun with the designs.  I made a lot of designs similar to last year's teacher cookies, but I also added these woodgrain rulers that I really enjoy the look of.  Thanks for a great 2014/15 school year to all the teachers in our lives!  See you in the fall!




Lego Minifig Colouring Cookies

Last year for my son's birthday I had a great time making blank Lego minifig cookies for the party guests to personalize with Wilton FoodWriter markers.  This year, I did the same thing and they were met with the same reaction from the kids.  SO much fun for everyone to unleash their creativity and at the same time have a tasty treat.  I use these cookies as their party favours as well; they are consumable, they are tasty, they are something personal, and they fit the party theme.  What's not to love about these little guys?  I'm a huge believer in consumable gifts (or else I wouldn't be baking!), and my kids get WAY too much dollar store junk from parties that just end up in the garbage.

Balloon Cookies!


I really enjoy the simplicity and boldness of balloon cookies.  They are great additions to the dessert table for birthdays or anniversaries.  I did some light blue, platinum, and teal birthday cookies as well as some multi-coloured balloons for the twentieth anniversary of my favourite kitchen store in town!

Blingy Bridal Shower Cookies

I was asked to make some hot pink, grey, and silver bridal shower cookies for a bride that loves the bling.  Rings, dresses, cakes, and accent cookies were the perfect addition to the treats at the shower.

Woodsy Wedding Cookies


 
I had a great time making some cookies for a wedding recently!  The theme was woodsy and crafty and gave me a great chance to get creative. I did some simple leaves and woodgrain cookies, and after helping the bride do up her bouquets with flowers that she made herself with felt and buttons, I was inspired to make burlap and button flower cookies (above), and I love how they turned out! Then I took my previous owl cookies and instead of owls I added nests with hearts inside to make "love nest" cookies (below).

Monday, March 9, 2015

Owl Cookies







Still working on a complete platter for an end result, but I was so eager to share what I've started on!  I was asked this week to do up some owl cookies for a baby shower.  I got some design help for simple owl cookies from Sugarbelle, and I decided to go a little more woodsy as well and added some wood grain cookies as well.  I like these ones better than my previous wood grain cookies.  It's always a work-in-progress.



Rubber Ducky Cookies!

I had a request last week for rubber ducky themed cookies for a baby shower.  I went simple and did up some rubber ducks and bubbles.  I added some pearl sparkle to the bubbles to add that little something special.