Sweet Caroline (saberina) shows you how to make these vintage quilted cookies in her step-by-step tutorial. This shabby-chic cookie is perfect for a baby shower, easter, bridal shower, or high tea!
Those are darling! Thanks for sharing!
So adorable -- thanks for the tutorial!
Very pretty, but way too much work for a cookie!
thank you for sharing,love it
Seriously......... you are NOT going to allow these little lovelies to be eaten !!! ?
Thank you for sharing your talent! I don't think I'd be able to part with one of these lovely cookies!
They are really very cute. Thanks for sharing!!
wOw! can't wait for an occasion to try these. they're BEAUTIFUL!
Wow, what a lovely idea!!! Thank you!
I love it, thank you so much!!!! Me encanto, muchas gracias
So dainty. Thank you for sharing it with us.
I love this! Perfect idea for colorflow/run in!!! I like this sooooo much better than covering cookies with fondant!!
Those are so beautiful! Thank you so much for sharing! I will be trying these!
I'm with GloriCreations. Definitely better than fondant on a cookie. They are stunning and just perfect to give to my quilting friends. Thanks for sharing.
Cookies, pink rosebuds and quilting...I think I"m going to pass out from the awesome. These are BEAUTIFUL and thank you for the well-done tutorial!
These are lovely, Thank you for sharing!!!
These are beautiful and I would love to make some for my mom, who quilts. She would love them!! However, since the new format of the page I haven't figured out how to "favorite" this so I can come back to it. Any help would be appreciated;) Thank you
Very Sweet! Thanks for sharing!
Thanks so much for sharing this tut! I love these! you make it look so easy...even I might try it:)
So beautiful...Thank you for sharing. ;)
WOW! These are beyond words. Thank you for sharing. How did u do the shimmery icing?
Great cookies! I keep seeing tutorials but somehow missed the royal icing recipe for this type of decorating. Also, what is a good sturdy cookie recipe and most importantly, are these tasty to eat or just for looks?
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