Earlier this week I showed you how to make simple flag cookies with the neat cutters Tracy and I worked on a few weeks ago. I had an idea and wanted to make a simple but unique cookie platter that would look like a flag for the 4th of July. When I explained what I wanted we began talking about the how, when and wheres of how to make it work. Well, the cutters are made and I couldn’t be happier with them. I made a simple flag that you can see here, but today I decided I want to show you how to distress sugar cookies to get an aged look. It is a perfect way to make a rustic flag cookie platter.
A few weeks ago I decided to make flag cookies for July 4th and I wanted to use a fun cookie cutter to make them so I called my friend Tracy at Whisked Away Cutters. I told her I wanted to order some cutters and I explained what I had in mind. The more we talked, the more the designed morphed into something way better than what I had in mind. Tracy designed a wavy cutter and a new wonky star and I love them.
Were you a June bride or groom? My husband and I eloped in September many, many years ago. I always considered June to be month for weddings but August, September, October and December have been growing in popularity over the past few years. September was a great month to get married and I have never regretted eloping but I do wish we would have … [Continue reading...]
A few weeks ago I had someone ask me to make little mermaid cookies for them. I don't have a mermaid cutter so I turned to Google to see if I could purchase one. I really didn't see any that I liked enough to order. Thinking back, I have seen people use fish cookie cutters to make them, but I wanted to use a different cookie cutter. … [Continue reading...]