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 is celebrating her 4th birthday St. Patrick’s Day style. Nevaeh, or Nevi, as they call her is just adorable. I got to babysit her last week and what do you think we did? We baked pink cookies with frosting and sprinkles of course!!This week I was very happy to make her birthday cookies for her special St. Patrick’s Day birthday party.
A friend asked me to make some Juicy Couture cookie favors for her friends Sweet 16 party. I had so much fun making these! They were pink, girly, and sparkle-y. All my favorite elements for making cookies. It was also my first time working with edible images. It was the only way I could duplicate the complicated logo for the purses and have it look accurate. I normally just freehand all my cookies. I used a square cutter and the stone from an engagement ring cutter for the perfume bottle. I added luster dust and disco dust for some sparkle. I tied them up with a custom tag, wedding tulle and ribbon. I love when I can get creative with cutters that I already have and make something new with them. I tied them up with black wedding tulle and pink ribbon and added a tag with a little bling on it.