Have you ever wanted to try something, but were afraid to do it because it might not work? Because you might fail? You’re probably imagining the Thing right now, aren’t you? That Thing that’s been sitting on the backburner of your brain for aaaaages? But every time you think of tackling the Thing, all you… Continue reading In Summary: Try the Thing!
The weather Down South has been absurdly hot. Humid, sweaty, hovering in the mid-nineties, and simply atrocious. Just par for the course for summertime south of the Mason Dixon line. I think we all need some refreshment, don’t you? And what’s more refreshing than watermelon and lemonade? This week I’m going to show you the… Continue reading Picnic Cookies: Watermelon & Lemonade Stand Tutorial
It’s been a while since I shared my cookies!! Here, have some! 🙂 First, I am excited that I now get to do these beautiful cookies for a local photographer, Jennifer Daniels Photography. I based the design around some ideas she had and added the gold feather from her logo. I’m very happy with these,… Continue reading Cookie Catch-Up 1
I’m late this week, so we’ll dive right in, shall we? If you want to whip up edible versions of one of the Doctor’s toughest enemies, here’s how: 1) Invert a Frankenstein cookie cutter (this one is from Wilton, I believe, bought at Kroger last year). 2) Cut your cookies using the cutter, then use… Continue reading How To Make Dalek Cookies
In our family, we have a strong connection to the Circus. But not for the usual reasons. Not because we love the animals, or the amazing acrobatics, or the brilliant colors and lights. No, our family has a strong connection to the circus because of my grandfather, Howard Tibbals. Haven’t heard of him before? I… Continue reading The Circus on a Cookie
Last week I got to share what wonderful friends I have, and I get to do it again this week! This time I had the privilege of getting to watch one of my oldest friends get married. Not old by age. I suppose the better way to say it would be she’s my longest standing… Continue reading The Blue Willow Gift