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Spring into Flowers Decorated Cookie Collection

As I started planning my springtime cookie collections, I was drawn as usual to making a ton of flower cookies. There's something so bright and cheery about spring......and I believe it is the beautiful flowers seen all around. 

Here's some flower cookies (and more!) to help you continue to enjoy the season.

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Pink Flower Decorated Cookie Collection

Someone requested pink flowers for a bridal shower.

Since I love to make flower cookies and I love PINK.....this was a order I dove right into. :)



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CookieCrazie Chatter...... Friday, April 10, 2015








CookieCrazie is teaching hands-on classes in the coming days!


  CookieCrazie is offering a decorating class on
Sat, April 25, 2015 in the St. Louis, Missouri Metro area.
Click here for more details.

AND

CookieCrazie will be teaching Pre-CookieCon classes!
Click here for more details.

http://cookiecon.net/





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Being the crazie I am......I finished my patriotic cookies this week.
Yes.....I'm talking about cookies for Fourth of July! haha
But then, next month I'm off to Ukraine for our annual trip and
when I get back, it will suddenly be June.
So I didn't want to take any chances that I not get some patriotic cookies ready for the blog.
It's one of my favorite themes of the year.

And then.....I'm gearing up for my local cookie decorating class in just TWO weeks!
Wow. Where is the time going?
(This is a common question I have.)
I'm so excited about teaching this class.
It is kind of my trial run before the pre-CookieCon classes in September.

Good news.....
I asked Karen Summers about a discount code for www.karenscookies.net 
 because I'm getting ready to order supplies for the upcoming class on April 25.
She made up a code just for CookieCrazie readers. YEAH!
So hurry on over to her website and use the code "cookiecrazie15" to get your 15% discount! 
The offer is good through May 8.
Thank you, Karen!

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Instagram photos for this week:


More Easter Cookies from 2014 on this Good Friday.....

Happy Saturday!

Happy Resurrection Day!
...The angel said to the women, β€œDo not be afraid,
for I know that you are looking for Jesus, who was crucified. 
He is not here; he has risen, just as he said.
Matthew 28:5-6

Happy Tuesday!

I peek back at last year's 3D daffodils. #tbt #throwback



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Welcome Spring Cookie Collection



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Spring Flower Cookies (Tutorial)





Spring time......LOVE this time of year.
I love every season......and I think the reason I love spring is because it follows  the bleak winter.
Even though I love snow.....the joy of seeing green and color popping up all over is amazing.

FLOWERS!

I made several different designs in one set.
I thought I'd show you how I made a few of them.


The coneflower is probably one of my top five favorite flowers.
I've attempted to make them into cookies numerous times.
Making Coneflower Cookies (Tutorial)
Coneflower Cookies (Tutorial)

This is my favorite version.
I used my bee cutter from Ecrandal to make the cookie.

And then it is just a matter of adding layers of 10-Second glaze.
I left one step out. Add dots to the flower center.
You may have to do this in layers with drying in between.




I'm not sure what to call this particular flower......
but I wanted to see if I could use this plaque cutter to make a flower with leaves. :)
Adding some accents to the petals and leaves makes it pop.


For a bouquet of flowers, I trimmed my custom cupcake cutter. :)
You need lots of dry time to add all these details.
After this last step, I added leaves and little dot flowers to fill in some of the gaps.






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