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CarolinaBelle Says... 8 years ago

Very pretty. Love all the different designs and colors.

Estasrica Says... 8 years ago

very professional! How much did you charge for each cookie?

Lambshack Says... 8 years ago

I asked for $125 for 75 of these - different shapes and sizes. Largest ones were about 5 inches at the brim and smallest about 3 inches. A little less than $1.75 per cookie. This customer also tips, so it came out to a little more.

Ldftannie Says... 8 years ago

You are truly amazing!

chellina Says... 8 years ago

This is amazing ! So many lovely hats ! My hats off to you !

HunBun Says... 8 years ago

LOVE these!! And they look like so much fun to make.

o0lilnikki0o Says... 8 years ago

i LOVE the chita one! there awesome! i like the fruit on them too.. AWESOME job :D

BellaSweet Says... 8 years ago

These are awesome. I hope to eventually do as great a job as you. Where did you get the cookie cutter???

Lambshack Says... 8 years ago

The larger cutters are ones I made to coordinate with some on the invitation. The smaller ones are the standard tin cutters, and the sombrero is actually my Halloween witch's hat with the top cut off. I ALWAYS find another use for any cutters I spend more than 65 cents on! LOL

cookiemookie Says... 8 years ago

Beautiful!

nicoles-a-tryin Says... 8 years ago

AMAZING!!! They are so beautiful!! do you use Rolled buttercream?...Thank you...Nicole nicolefiorito@sympatico.ca

Lambshack Says... 8 years ago

I use a simple powdered suagr and milk glaze for the background on all my cookies, and then add details with royal.

chefmumbo Says... 8 years ago

oh my gravy! How long did it take to do all of these?

chellina Says... 8 years ago

This is amazing ! So many lovely hats ! My hats off to you !

HunBun Says... 8 years ago

LOVE these!! And they look like so much fun to make.

o0lilnikki0o Says... 8 years ago

i LOVE the chita one! there awesome! i like the fruit on them too.. AWESOME job :D

BellaSweet Says... 8 years ago

These are awesome. I hope to eventually do as great a job as you. Where did you get the cookie cutter???

Lambshack Says... 8 years ago

The larger cutters are ones I made to coordinate with some on the invitation. The smaller ones are the standard tin cutters, and the sombrero is actually my Halloween witch's hat with the top cut off. I ALWAYS find another use for any cutters I spend more than 65 cents on! LOL

cookiemookie Says... 8 years ago

Beautiful!

Estasrica Says... 8 years ago

very professional! How much did you charge for each cookie?

Lambshack Says... 8 years ago

I asked for $125 for 75 of these - different shapes and sizes. Largest ones were about 5 inches at the brim and smallest about 3 inches. A little less than $1.75 per cookie. This customer also tips, so it came out to a little more.

nicoles-a-tryin Says... 8 years ago

AMAZING!!! They are so beautiful!! do you use Rolled buttercream?...Thank you...Nicole nicolefiorito@sympatico.ca

Lambshack Says... 8 years ago

I use a simple powdered suagr and milk glaze for the background on all my cookies, and then add details with royal.

CarolinaBelle Says... 8 years ago

Very pretty. Love all the different designs and colors.

Ldftannie Says... 8 years ago

You are truly amazing!

chefmumbo Says... 8 years ago

oh my gravy! How long did it take to do all of these?


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