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July 17, 2012

Christ the Redeemer Cookie?

My traveling cookie family this year was headed to Rio, so their request was to do a cookie of the "Redeemer Statue". I was very thankful for the KK as I don't know how I would have managed this design without going to use edible images. I was so happy when I received their email with my cookie's latest travel photo!

Guys & Dolls Play

My youngest Benjamin loves performing in our local Children's Summer Theater! This year is was Guys & Dolls. I don't think I would have attempted the logo without the use of my KK:

ASEA Logo Cookies

An order for Logo cookies for the company ASEA.

Bridal Gown Shower

Bridal gown favors with Sugar Pearl accents...

Happy 4th of July!

Platters for the 4th of July:

More Graduations

Graduation Parties seem to have continued into this month:

Newtown High School

Ridgefield High School

The last platter was for a Naval Academy Graduate..congrats Jake!

60th Birthday Corvette

A client contacted me for a favor cookie for her husband's 60th birthday. She was looking for an Orange Corvette Convertible to match her husband's new car:

 My "go to" for custom cutter is of course! I emailed Beth the picture and we began the discussion of the cutter. I had to stretch the height of the cookie for fear of breakage due to its shape. Here is what Ray the Coppersmith came up with:

 My client also decided she wanted the hubcaps painted silver which would be time consuming but with a hint from a friend, I printed out a sheet with 20 images and slipped them into sheet protectors and piped the hubcaps on top of the images. I originally wanted to use my airbrush but the force of the air blew the hubcaps right off the pages! So I decided to paint with NuSilver Luster Dust and it work great.

Here is the final product:

Julia's Bat Mitzvah

When I first looked at the invitation, I was confident that I could copy the flower:

                            But when it came time to execute the design, I discovered that the design was too large for the size of cookie we were using. So my adoptive version worked well and the mother even cried when she picked up the favors. Here is the finished design:

Thank You Popsicles

It was a very busy end of school year for us, especially with the additional 2 weeks added to the school calendar from the August hurricane and October/Halloween snow storm that left our town without power for a week each! Popsicle cookies were a popular choice for end of year gifts.


This year for Ambler Farm's Sunset picnic, a platter of sunflowers was requested. I needed to step away from my usual piped dot centers and decided on using brown sanding sugar for the centers. But I wanted the petals to stand out on their own so I alternated filling in the petals waiting for them to set and then filled in the remaining. I think the end result was perfect for a large volume order of 100 cookies to include some detail.

Batman Favors

I love how these large Batman favors turned out! I had to be a little creative and make an oval cutter large enough to accommodate the 4 inch logo that I imprinted using a cutter. I found an inexpensive large circle set on Amazon and was able to shape it into an oval. I used the font "Black Caps" for the personalization using my KK. You can download it here: