My first attempt at owl cookies, such cute colors to work with and the first time using a Q for an initial. These cookies were made for Quinn’s 1st birthday. I hope the birthday girl had a fun day at her party.
My sweet little neighbor turned 5 on St. Patrick’s Day and she asked for Brave (the Disney movie) cookies. It was a new design and I was glad she liked them.
Firetruck themed 1st birthday party for Talen.
I made these cookies for a 1st birthday, winter theme with snowflakes and polar bears. The colors were so pretty and sparkly and the sanding sugar made them very festive. I hope Baby Jocelyn had a fun 1st birthday!
Look below for the adorable party set up and the birthday girl!
This was a fun set to make! Pirate cookies for Nicholas’ 5th birthday. I hope his party was lots of fun!
I tried to incorporate tips learned at Cookie Con for arranging platters by Maryann Rollins, The Cookie Artisan, she does amazing platters and shared some great ideas.
I love Hello Kitty and really enjoyed making these cookies for my sweet friend Mirielle’s daughters birthday. The colors were fun to work with and Hello Kitty is just adorable. Happy Birthday Cassandra!
These cookies were for an 80th birthday celebration in Italy. Four sisters were taking their mom to Italy for her birthday. The theme of the trip was 80 Shades of Blue. The cookies were going in specially made blue boxes to fit the theme of the trip.
These cookies were made to match a cute retro bowling party for an adorable four year old. The paper goods were from Anders Ruff designs. I loved these colors, light blue and red are one of my favorites together. I tried to make them girly and added sanding sugars for sparkle.
I made these cookies to match party goods for a little boys 1st birthday. It was a police theme party in bright primary colors.. The paper goods by Allison Powell designs were used for inspiration for the cookies.