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culinarilyobsessed Says... 9 years ago

I'm with everyone else..your cookies look fabulous. I love the colors & the designs.

KarenOR Says... 9 years ago

You are the master!!!

rlctic Says... 9 years ago

Wonderful again! Thanks for all your sharing and the upcoming tutorial. I can't wait!

APCakes Says... 9 years ago

cute!

peacockplace Says... 9 years ago

You are my cookie idol!!!!

teesue Says... 9 years ago

Very cool! Is it done using colorflow?

Nana2three Says... 9 years ago

Those look great! What icing recipe did you use?

mvigil Says... 9 years ago

I love this thier so nice and brite!! Great job as allways !!!

Erika4417 Says... 9 years ago

are the cookies covered in icing or fondant?

ccbakes Says... 9 years ago

Awesome job! As always!!!

krissy_kze Says... 9 years ago

Those look amazing! Great job!!

Daniela Says... 9 years ago

Amazing job!!

vie Says... 9 years ago

Fantastik job!!! Your colors are so vibrant.

Liis Says... 9 years ago

i really love them!

okieinalaska Says... 9 years ago

What icing did you use? They look great, I love the colors! I looked all over that website and can't find the chocolate sugar cookie recipe. Can you point us in the right direction?? Thanks,

antonia74 Says... 9 years ago

It's the Royal Icing for Decorated Cookies recipe I posted on this site. The cookie recipe is at www.kitchengifts.com, from the Home Page scroll down 2/3 of page to the big olive green box on the right hand side. The top category reads "Recipes: Need Cookie and Icing Recipes?", click on that and it's the recipe called "Chocolate Rolled Cookies".

cookielady Says... 9 years ago

incredible job, the bright colors they look perfect congratulations

admcf Says... 9 years ago

You are the cookie guru!!! Your cookies are always so perfect. How do you manage not to have the icing run over. Do you outline your cookies first?

alimonkey Says... 9 years ago

Beautiful & inspiring! I just picked up that set of alphabets & numbers from the thrift store for $2. Just made my first really successful sugar cookies last week. They always used to frustrate me so. Now I can do them & chocolate looks yummy!

charlieinMO Says... 9 years ago

antonia I just love your cookies!! You work is wonderful and you are my hero!! :)

okieinalaska Says... 9 years ago

Thank you! : ) I see it now.

cupcakes Says... 9 years ago

You can even make block alphabet letters looks FANTASTIC. You are an amazing person. Thank you so much for sharing your talents with everyone. You inspire all of us.

cakemommy Says... 9 years ago

I concur with everyone!!! What are the names of the colors/brand you used? Your cookies are always so perfect!!!

CIndymm4 Says... 9 years ago

Wonderful...you are my cookie idol also...........can't wait for your tutorial!

antonia74 Says... 9 years ago

I outline the cookies if they are a difficult shape...letters, animals, curvy shapes...but I don't outline anymore for shapes that are easier to pipe. (It is all explained in the cookie tutorial...out SOON I hope??) The colours I use are Wilton and Americolor.

KarenOR Says... 9 years ago

You are the master!!!

rlctic Says... 9 years ago

Wonderful again! Thanks for all your sharing and the upcoming tutorial. I can't wait!

APCakes Says... 9 years ago

cute!

peacockplace Says... 9 years ago

You are my cookie idol!!!!

teesue Says... 9 years ago

Very cool! Is it done using colorflow?

Nana2three Says... 9 years ago

Those look great! What icing recipe did you use?

mvigil Says... 9 years ago

I love this thier so nice and brite!! Great job as allways !!!

Erika4417 Says... 9 years ago

are the cookies covered in icing or fondant?

ccbakes Says... 9 years ago

Awesome job! As always!!!

krissy_kze Says... 9 years ago

Those look amazing! Great job!!

Daniela Says... 9 years ago

Amazing job!!

vie Says... 9 years ago

Fantastik job!!! Your colors are so vibrant.

Liis Says... 9 years ago

i really love them!

okieinalaska Says... 9 years ago

What icing did you use? They look great, I love the colors! I looked all over that website and can't find the chocolate sugar cookie recipe. Can you point us in the right direction?? Thanks,

antonia74 Says... 9 years ago

It's the Royal Icing for Decorated Cookies recipe I posted on this site. The cookie recipe is at www.kitchengifts.com, from the Home Page scroll down 2/3 of page to the big olive green box on the right hand side. The top category reads "Recipes: Need Cookie and Icing Recipes?", click on that and it's the recipe called "Chocolate Rolled Cookies".

cookielady Says... 9 years ago

incredible job, the bright colors they look perfect congratulations

admcf Says... 9 years ago

You are the cookie guru!!! Your cookies are always so perfect. How do you manage not to have the icing run over. Do you outline your cookies first?

alimonkey Says... 9 years ago

Beautiful & inspiring! I just picked up that set of alphabets & numbers from the thrift store for $2. Just made my first really successful sugar cookies last week. They always used to frustrate me so. Now I can do them & chocolate looks yummy!

charlieinMO Says... 9 years ago

antonia I just love your cookies!! You work is wonderful and you are my hero!! :)

okieinalaska Says... 9 years ago

Thank you! : ) I see it now.

cupcakes Says... 9 years ago

You can even make block alphabet letters looks FANTASTIC. You are an amazing person. Thank you so much for sharing your talents with everyone. You inspire all of us.

cakemommy Says... 9 years ago

I concur with everyone!!! What are the names of the colors/brand you used? Your cookies are always so perfect!!!

CIndymm4 Says... 9 years ago

Wonderful...you are my cookie idol also...........can't wait for your tutorial!

antonia74 Says... 9 years ago

I outline the cookies if they are a difficult shape...letters, animals, curvy shapes...but I don't outline anymore for shapes that are easier to pipe. (It is all explained in the cookie tutorial...out SOON I hope??) The colours I use are Wilton and Americolor.

culinarilyobsessed Says... 9 years ago

I'm with everyone else..your cookies look fabulous. I love the colors & the designs.


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