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SueW Says... 8 years ago

So cute, what did you use to write in black? Love the idea

crimsonhair Says... 8 years ago

Wow fantastic cookies ! ;-D Your writing is wonderful.Love the packaging.

KHalstead Says... 8 years ago

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

mbasic Says... 8 years ago

these are so cute. nice work -- wish my writing was this good!

jillchap Says... 8 years ago

your cookies are beautiful!

tiptop57 Says... 8 years ago

Adorable and a great idea and into my favs!

GenesisCakes Says... 8 years ago

adorable, creative, and just toooooo cute!

mkerton Says... 8 years ago

I just love this idea....into my favorites it goes....

AngD Says... 8 years ago

Great job! They are adorable.

ButtercreamCakeArtist Says... 8 years ago

what a professional! these are absolutely wonderful....I bet they sell for a lot!?!

KHalstead Says... 8 years ago

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

KHalstead Says... 8 years ago

thank you very much.....they were lots of fun

KHalstead Says... 8 years ago

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

KHalstead Says... 8 years ago

just the regular ol' Wilton food markers

Ldftannie Says... 8 years ago

Looks great! Your handwriting is beautiful!!

MoneysGirl Says... 8 years ago

Great cookies. How did you do the cards that say It's A Girl?

Sandrine Says... 8 years ago

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 :)

KHalstead Says... 8 years ago

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

KHalstead Says... 8 years ago

of course.....of course!!! I plan on trying to copy you........when/if God gives me the talent!

KHalstead Says... 8 years ago

I made it myself .......if you look in the cookies forum you'll see a thread called "how to make your own cookie cutter"

debilou68 Says... 8 years ago

very creative,, nice writing,, bet your brother will love them

CakesUnleashed Says... 8 years ago

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!!!

Mandica12182 Says... 8 years ago

Okay...I wanted to copy you but cannot find that cookie cutter anywhere?? What brand is it??

Bohaney Says... 8 years ago

Just beautiful! Great Job

kwdonlon Says... 7 years ago

So many clever techniques used! I loved your paper selection for the cards and your handwriting style!

KHalstead Says... 7 years ago

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

golfwidow Says... 7 years ago

Absolutely perfect! I am from Manalapan NJ!

SueW Says... 8 years ago

So cute, what did you use to write in black? Love the idea

KHalstead Says... 8 years ago

just the regular ol' Wilton food markers

KHalstead Says... 8 years ago

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

debilou68 Says... 8 years ago

very creative,, nice writing,, bet your brother will love them

KHalstead Says... 8 years ago

thank you very much.....they were lots of fun

MoneysGirl Says... 8 years ago

Great cookies. How did you do the cards that say It's A Girl?

KHalstead Says... 8 years ago

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

mbasic Says... 8 years ago

these are so cute. nice work -- wish my writing was this good!

jillchap Says... 8 years ago

your cookies are beautiful!

tiptop57 Says... 8 years ago

Adorable and a great idea and into my favs!

GenesisCakes Says... 8 years ago

adorable, creative, and just toooooo cute!

mkerton Says... 8 years ago

I just love this idea....into my favorites it goes....

AngD Says... 8 years ago

Great job! They are adorable.

ButtercreamCakeArtist Says... 8 years ago

what a professional! these are absolutely wonderful....I bet they sell for a lot!?!

KHalstead Says... 8 years ago

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

crimsonhair Says... 8 years ago

Wow fantastic cookies ! ;-D Your writing is wonderful.Love the packaging.

Sandrine Says... 8 years ago

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 :)

KHalstead Says... 8 years ago

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

CakesUnleashed Says... 8 years ago

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!!!

Ldftannie Says... 8 years ago

Looks great! Your handwriting is beautiful!!

Mandica12182 Says... 8 years ago

Okay...I wanted to copy you but cannot find that cookie cutter anywhere?? What brand is it??

KHalstead Says... 8 years ago

of course.....of course!!! I plan on trying to copy you........when/if God gives me the talent!

KHalstead Says... 8 years ago

I made it myself .......if you look in the cookies forum you'll see a thread called "how to make your own cookie cutter"

Bohaney Says... 8 years ago

Just beautiful! Great Job

KHalstead Says... 7 years ago

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

golfwidow Says... 7 years ago

Absolutely perfect! I am from Manalapan NJ!

kwdonlon Says... 7 years ago

So many clever techniques used! I loved your paper selection for the cards and your handwriting style!

KHalstead Says... 7 years ago

Awesome!!! I lived (now moved to Ohio ) in Sicklerville (my address) but was more Turnersville area in Gloucester County

jmgr91 Says... 7 years ago

really nice job :)

sallene Says... 7 years ago

Those are beautiful!

KHalstead Says... 7 years ago

thanks :roll:

KaDee Says... 7 years ago

I was just wondering where do you get the supplies for the packaging from?

KHalstead Says... 7 years ago

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

suzieqteddy Says... 7 years ago

Excellent job, you have given me some ideas. Thank you so much !! :D


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