Thursday, August 30, 2012

Baby Girl Onesie Cookies

There's something special about making sweet baby girl cookies.
But then.....I  love pink. ;)

Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Apple Cookie (Tutorial)

To make apple cookies you'll need:

  • Apple-shaped Cookies
  • Red 10-second Glaze
  • Electric Green 10-second Glaze
  • Medium Brown 10-second Glaze
  • Dark Green 10-second Glaze
  • Cake Tester (or other long super thin stick)
  • Paintbrush
  • Almond Extract
  • Americolor Gels (red, brown, white, electric green, & leaf green)

Outline main part of apple. 
Allow to dry a few minutes and then outline/flood the "top back" part of the apple.

Once the top has dried for 20-30 min, use a cake tester
or other long skinny stick to make a stem indention in each apple.

Allow the outline and top to dry for an hour or more to prevent bleeding.

Once the outline and top are good and dry,
add the stem, leaf, and flood the main part of the apple.

After the leaf has dried for about 30 minutes, 
use the cake tester to add lines and dimension.

Allow cookies to dry overnight.

By using a palette, mix several shades of red and green
to add highlights and accents to your apples.
It helps to thin out your colors a little with almond extract.

Monday, August 27, 2012

Paisley Cookies

Paisley......something new and different for me.
I had to look it up to even see how to begin to achieve the effect.
It's kind of doodling on a cookie.


[peyz-lee] noun, plural pais·leys, adjective
1. a soft woolen fabric woven with a pattern of colorful and minutely detailed figures.

Sunday, August 26, 2012

Mason Jar of Flowers Cookie

I had fun with a new cutter from Ecrandal. :)
I got the 5" canning jar from them and added dough to the top for the flowers.

HINT: They have free shipping right now!

Made for a friend, Charlene, who was retiring after 38 years (!)
as an ICU RN at the hospital where I work.

 Congratulations Charlene! 
I think you're awesome. :)

Friday, August 24, 2012

CookieCrazie Chatter......Friday, August 24, 2012

I guess I'd say this CookieCrazie Chatter is mostly for my OCD tendencies.
Some how recapping my week helps me see what's been accomplished
regroup a bit.....
and TRY to slow time down just a bit.
I know......CRAZIE thought......but it's me.

Another week has slithered away. And we are rapidly heading into FALL. 
Even though that makes me incredibly happy.....
it also alerts me to how quickly things are passing by.

Enjoy the's only here, for.....well.......a moment. lol



Don't give up on CookieCon.
I'm hearing that some on the waiting list are getting tickets.
If you missed getting a ticket.....get on the waiting list.
You never know what might happen. :)
There is a Facebook group specifically for CookieCon attendees.
Those with a CookieCon ticket.....
contact me and I'll make sure you find the group.


CookieCrazie's Week in Review


Personal Side

Everyone's settling into a new routine.
My baby girl, Allison, started college on Monday.
It's been an emotional week for her (LOTS of changes),  but I think we've survived. ;)

I've been busy making an assortment of cookies.
Yesterday was a WHOLE day of decorating. I LOVE those kind of days.

Our family has some fun things coming up soon.....can't wait to share.

Here's some Instagram pics from the week....

My baby girl off to college.....

Cookie dough in the refrigerator begging to come out to play. :)

Pumpkin Spice (non-dairy) Ice Cream.......yummo!

It's beginning to look a lot like.......................FALL! :)

BRP Box Shop is letting me do fun experiments again.
We're getting ready for CookieCon. Can't wait!

New CookieCon t-shirt......required a new hair style. lol only took me two tries to get those apples
to look just like I wanted them to in that basket.

Time to add the finishing touches to this week's bounty of cookies.


Last week's chatter....

Thursday, August 23, 2012

Coneflower Cookies (Tutorial)

To make coneflower cookies you will need:

Cut out coneflowers with two circle cutters and a mini spade cutter as shown in photo.
Bake and cool cookies.

Outline petals with glaze in your choice of color. 
Outline bulb center of coneflower.

Flood petals and center.

Allow to dry overnight.

Using Americolor gels (I used some brown, gold, and white mixed together) 
with a small amount of almond extract.....
...add detail to the coneflower center.
(Step not photographed: Add lines to petals to give them more dimension.)

Monday, August 20, 2012

Dreaming of Fall..... with Apple Cookies

Are you anticipating fall like I am?

Cool, Crisp Weather...
Beautiful Leaves...
Soft Fuzzy Blankets to Cuddle Under....
Crackling Fires...
Sipping Hot Steamy Drinks....

Awww...Can't Wait!

I'm dreaming of fall through apple cookies.....

I put them in my new apple basket that I received as a gift in Ukraine. :)

Big thanks to Josh & Kevin at Shoot Fly Shoot for their awesome Photography video lessons.
I'm now using my DSLR in manual mode and lovin' it! :)

Sunday, August 19, 2012

Cookie Flower Power

I had the privilege of making some flower cookies to welcome in the new

I love flowers.

I love BRP Box Shop.

It was a win/win. :)

Later this week I'll share a tutorial of my favorite cookie in this bunch.

Can you guess which one it is?

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