For the past 4 years I have donated cookies for the Silvermine Breakfast fundraiser for their scholarship fund. This year I had a couple of new designs. I have mentioned I don't care for cookie pops, but I thought these would be a big seller for the kids...
I hadn't had a chance to do another design using my new lamb cutter from CopperGifts.com using chocolate dough so it would look like a black faced lamb. Love how these came out and my boys kept hovering for more chocolate cookies!
I had some more chocolate dough left so I thought it would be fun to have chocolate carrots for the Easter Bunny!
Next up were the Peeps. Everyone loves Peeps right?
And last was a platter for the raffle.....
I am happy to say that every cookie sold by the end of the breakfast! It was a good day for Silvermine : )
March 31, 2012
March 25, 2012
Not a big fan of Cookie Pops, but I had a special request and when my customer showed up with sticks in hand, I couldn't say no. You have to go thicker with your cookie and for me, it makes the surface a little harder to ice. You need to thicken your icing a little to prevent it from flowing down the sides. But they came out just fine, and I like how the green ribbon looks like the leaves.
March 24, 2012
I was happy to team up with Beth again from CopperGifts.com to work on some new Easter Cutters! We came up with a great variety for the holiday. I wanted to introduce a new cutter that could be used by those looking for a more religious cookie for the holiday and the Stained Glass window was perfect. And I couldn't really find a "cute" lamb cutter and I have already seen some new designs from other decorators and love them too! And of course who doesn't love a "Big Foot" Rabbit? I thought I would play around and use carrots for the bottom of his paws, cute?
|Big Foot Rabbit #5668|
|Stained Glass Window #5670|
|Standing Lamb #5669|