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I made these cookies as a birth announcement for my brother's new baby girl. I am mailing them from NJ to Ohio hopefully they make it in one piece!!!!
So cute, what did you use to write in black? Love the idea
Wow fantastic cookies ! ;-D Your writing is wonderful.Love the packaging.
katkakes to answer your question I used the wilton fondant writers for the white and the pink is MMF......the fondant writers worked really easily and only took about 1 hr. to dry , I think I'll use them from now on
these are so cute. nice work -- wish my writing was this good!
your cookies are beautiful!
Adorable and a great idea and into my favs!
adorable, creative, and just toooooo cute!
I just love this idea....into my favorites it goes....
Great job! They are adorable.
what a professional! these are absolutely wonderful....I bet they sell for a lot!?!
I wouldn't know............I always give my stuff away LOL I plan on going into business in the near future.....but I gotta keep on practicing. The only cakes I've been paid for are the tinkerbell and the guitar....and I didn't make much LOL
thank you very much.....they were lots of fun
it's just scrapbooking paper.......I just cut it to the same width as the cookie bag and then folded it over. I used a silver marker and just wrote "It's a Girl" and stapled them onto the bags...simple as that
just the regular ol' Wilton food markers
Looks great! Your handwriting is beautiful!!
Great cookies. How did you do the cards that say It's A Girl?
They are just gorgeous ! A great idea to cut the paper, I thought you bought them. I love your handwritting. Did you really frame them ? It is actually a good idea to put in a keepsake box, as long as it doesn't mold :)
no that's just something I had on this corel photo..........it actually just helped cut out some junk I had on the table next to them LOL
of course.....of course!!! I plan on trying to copy you........when/if God gives me the talent!
I made it myself .......if you look in the cookies forum you'll see a thread called "how to make your own cookie cutter"
very creative,, nice writing,, bet your brother will love them
I L-O-V-E these cookies! What an incredible job you did! The detail is AMAZING! Wow! Don't ever put yourself down AGAIN! I may have to run over there and knock some sense into you! LOL!!!!!!!! Seriously though, these are going into my favorites and I hope to use your idea someday. That is if it's okay with you!!!
Okay...I wanted to copy you but cannot find that cookie cutter anywhere?? What brand is it??
Just beautiful! Great Job
So many clever techniques used! I loved your paper selection for the cards and your handwriting style!
thanks so much I actually got a pack of like 8 12x12" sheets of that paper for a dollar at the dollar tree!! It's scrapbooking paper.....so many uses for that stuff besides scrapbooking lol
Absolutely perfect! I am from Manalapan NJ!
Awesome!!! I lived (now moved to Ohio ) in Sicklerville (my address) but was more Turnersville area in Gloucester County
really nice job :)
Those are beautiful!
I was just wondering where do you get the supplies for the packaging from?
I get the papers at A.C. Moore usually.........but these particular ones I got in a pack of 8 pages (12"x12") 4 different designs for 1.00 at Dollar General
Excellent job, you have given me some ideas. Thank you so much !! :D