I was asked to do some small sugar cookie bouquets as table center pieces for a luncheon. I was going to put only 3 sugar cookies in each sugar cookie bouquet. Because there were only going to be 3 sugar cookies in each sugar cookie bouquet center piece I decided to try something new – a double-sided sugar cookie. For each sugar cookie I decorated both sides of the cookie. I didn’t want people on one side of the table looking at the undecorated backside of a sugar cookie. It was fun to try this – here’s how they turned out:
Well, the school year has ended and I created several dozen sugar cookies and sugar cookie bouquets for kids to give to their teachers to say Thank You for all they do. Here are some mini sugar cookies that I did for an elementary school teacher: Here are two sugar cookie bouquets for teachers:
Here is a sugar cookie bouquet I did for someone to give to their sister who works as a flight attendant for JetBlue and who loves Paris. I borrowed the design of the dog from Sweetopia.com.
Here are samples of the Christmas sugar cookies that I did this year. The following are miniature (bite size) cookies that I did. I did a few Christmas sugar cookie bouquets.
I have a friend whose daughter loves Batman and Halloween. My friend wanted me to do a small cookie bouquet for her daughter and she wanted a Halloween theme along with a Batman theme. At first we thought about doing some Halloween sugar cookies and then include a batman sugar cookie. But I thought there had to be something a little more creative than doing that. Then it finally hit me – why not incorporate the Batman logo into the Halloween cookies. I decided to go with a witch theme for the sugar cookies. Starting from the top, a sugar cookie witch’s hat with the Batman logo on the band: Next, the witch socks and shoes: Of course, every witch has her cauldron: The finished bouquet: I’m happy to report that my friend’s daughter loved her Halloween treat!
I made some cookies for my niece’s baptism (well, actually I think she is really my great-niece). She turned 8 and was baptized a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The cookie is a shield with the letters CTR, which stands for Choose the Right. Of course, I had to make them in her favorite colors – pink and purple. I decided to try some with sugar to give the shield some sparkle, but when I tried to put the CTR on top of the sugar I couldn’t get the edges of the letters to be smooth, they were very ragged, so I gave up on that idea and just did the shields with the sugar sprinkled on them. And of course, because it was her special day, I wanted to give her a special sugar cookie bouquet that she did not have to share with anyone!