The Designs Above Are Featured on CopperGifts.com's website.

September 28, 2012

Birthday Magic Top Hats

A Magic Hat Favor for a Magic Birthday Party. I don't know if  you can see I painted so silver swirls up top with luster...


Tinkerbell Silhouettes

Silhouettes of Tinkerbell for a Fairy themed party...



Town of Redding

Cookies for a board meeting of the Town of Redding...


Twin Trains for 2

Twins Alex and Brianna celebrated their 2nd birthday with a train theme.


Baby Boy Owls

An order requested for my Owl Onesie but in Blue with green accents.



Beth's Candy Jars

Beth from CopperGifts.com had requested I make her some cookies from last year's collaboration of Halloween cutters. Here are her Candy Jar pictures for this year...








Are they fantastic? I need to do some for myself next year!

Elizabeth & Wade 9-1-12

Elizabeth contacted me this past spring to discuss her wedding favors for the first Saturday in September. I love a bride who plans ahead! She knew she wanted autumn leaves that were personalized. I was able to match the font on her invitations by using http://www.whatfontis.com/. Congrats to Elizabeth & Wade!


September 1, 2012

Halloween Comes Early this Year














Beth over at CopperGifts.com decided she wanted to decorate her candy jars early this year with Halloween cookies. So we shipped off this sampling of cookies made with the cutters we have collaborated on over the past two years. All the shapes are available on the website except for the grim reaper which is a custom design for us.

Here is a picture of last year's jars with our cookies accenting the design:














I can't wait to see what Beth creates this year!

EWGA Golf Tournament Platter

This is my 3rd year donating to the EWGA's  fundraiser. This year they raised over $10,000 for the Susan G Koman Fund! Here was this year's platter:


Grandma's 90th Celebration

We all gathered in Duxbury at the end of July to celebrate Grandma's upcoming 90th birthday. I decided to try my first edible image cookies. Not willing to purchase a printer to use with edible inks yet, I got an price quote from our local Stop & Shop of $5.00 per sheet. I got a baby picture from one of the sons. Unfortunately the printer at Stop & Shop broke so one of my cookie sisters printed out the picture and mailed me the printed frosting sheets. I found them very easy to lay down on the wet Royal Icing and dried in a day and a half. These cookies were a huge hit and now the hunt is on for a printer as I see many other edible images in my future!

Grandma's Baby Photo Cookie Favor