When my client sent me an image from Sweet Sugarbelle’s blog and said that she wanted those specific cookies I said..sure! Sweet Sugarbelle is an incredible cookie artist, so it was with no small amount of intimidation that I approached these cookies. I bought the rose cutter from Whisked Away Cutters and set out to plan how I could make the monogram rounds as close to the originals as possible.
She also asked for a particular color palette, swatches included! I enjoyed mixing these beautiful purples and turquoise.
I hope y’all enjoyed them, Stephanie!
All gussied up
These were so fun to make! Shaun the sheep is adorable and I loved putting his face on a cookie 🙂
I just had to. I mean, we had a “cool front” that brought the high down to 83 DEGREES. Brr.
Thank you to Crouton Crackerjacks for the design inspiration!
Love is always in season.
A good friend wanted to send a few cookies to her sick mother in law, so I thought I would go ahead and experiment. I wanted to use fuchsia and red (one of my fave color combos) and I also wanted to try brush embroidery.
Well, the fuchsia turned into purple and I didn’t have quite the right brush for the brush embroidery. But we marched forward and I think we made a pretty good set!
The “nude” color was left over from a custom order for, shall we say, male parts. But as I looked at the purple I thought the nude would make such a nice backdrop for the saturated color. The nude brush embroidery hearts remind me of fish net pantyhose with a delicate, lacy design.
The animal print happened courtesy of a tutorial by SweetAmbs.
If you are interested in any of these designs, we can make them with any color combination.
Hearts are always in season.
Need to say thank you? I love you? I like you? Just need to eat some darn cookies? Grab a set of these sweet little hearts for a special price of $12 for 5 hearts. (These cookies would normally cost from $3-$3.75 a piece.) It’s a great way to try my cookies without the commitment and wait time of a custom order!
Pink, purple, and turquoise…doesn’t get much more girly than that!
I made these for my friend’s daughter’s 6th birthday. They were inspired by the stick figure gymnast cookies that Life’s a Batch made. (I couldn’t find them on her blog to link to the pic, but they were cute–trust me.)
I made royal icing transfers for the body and head, then applied them to the wet icing. Everything else (hair, arms and legs) were piped on after.
I hope you like them, Sydney! Happy birthday!
What message would you like to send? Say it with a plaque cookie. Everything sounds better when spoken in Cookie, trust me 🙂
These can be done in any color(s) and various accents.
Thanks for the flower tutorial, Bearfoot Baker!