Back in March I had the honor of participating as a vendor for the second year in a row a Huntsville Comic Con. This year the event feel on Easter weekend, which dropped participant numbers, but I still met some fun people, admired great cosplay, and sold a fair few cookies! Here’s a summary of… Continue reading Huntsville Comic Con 2018
I like to think I have a good handle on my cookies, but now and then a real challenge comes in! These were complex and detailed and took all of my patience, but, as Michael Scott apparently said: So I took the shot, and look how they turned out! I have to admit, though, that… Continue reading The Office Cookies
Creeping in under the wire this week for a post, but here we are! I made it! I have some cookies to catch up on sharing (you know, what with all the “real” content posts of late), so off we go! First, this OH SO CUTE ladybug baby shower themed set. How cute are these??… Continue reading Cookies, Cookies, Cookies
Here again to share some cookie creations! These are from October, so I have some catching up to do! Off we go! First up, I love these sweet pastel carousel- and carnival-themed cookies! The gold and glitter really set these off. I can’t decide if the carnival tent or the tickets are my favorite! Next… Continue reading All the Cookies
This week I’m keeping things simple; we’re just going for a review of recent cookies. First off, this classic Mickey set: Next, this set done for my cousin’s daughter, a little Vol. Her mama, a Bama fan, doesn’t like it, but she loves her girl, so guess what cookies she got for her birthday? 😉… Continue reading All the Cookies
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!
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