My character was Dorothy from The Wizard of Oz. My first thought was that I had an easy character, but then realized with Dorothy you also have a dog, tin-man, scarecrow and lion too! Toto was easy, and for the 3 sidekicks I used a teddy bear cutter using Silver luster dust to paint the tin man. For Dorothy I decided to use a "hanging baby" but gave her the braids and shoes that she was known to wear with the blue gingham from her dress on the wrap. The other elements I wanted to include were the "Yellow Brick Road", red shoes and poppies. The yellow brick "blanket" was a towel cutter and the shoes were an oval cutter. Red disco dust was perfect for the shoes and accent frame. Still not a fan because of the mess, but it did make them sparkle!
My characters were fun to create but I strongly encourage you to visit the other designers listed above to view their interpretations of their "baby" characters. You will be AMAZED at the elements they were able to include in their designs. And a BIG Thank You to Anne Yorks who pulled us all together on this project...TOO MUCH FUN!!!
This is the second year our accountant has ordered our 1040 Tax Form cookies. After writing all of the info on so many cookies I can see why people use edible printers! A lot of work, but she loves them this way...
My Sister-in-law LOVES anything Mickey and of course for her 40th birthday she's going to Disneyworld! I have a cookie sister who was so sweet to send me this cutter set when she was at Disneyland when she learned I wanted the glove cutter. This is a licensed cutter set, so look for them in the stores. They are simple but will give my SIL her "Mickey" fix for the plane ride there....
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Welcome! My name is Susan Schmitt and I am the owner/creator of Bakery The Painted Cookie in Wilton, Connecticut. Opened since January 2013. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the shop 203-529-3680 to talk about an order.
I believe there is "A Cookie for Every Occasion" and as you can see browsing the variety of designs here, I think you would agree!