Happy Halloween!

Can you believe I made it back so soon?  I even surprised myself!

As promised, I will share the rest of the Halloween cookies that I made this year...as well as a few others!

First, Minnie and Mickey cookies for a family that was headed to Disneyland!

A fall themed first birthday...love this idea!

I love cookies disguised as other food!  I made these "caramel apples" for Melissa's Halloween party this year!

You can turn just about any cookie into a "hanging" cookie...I think it makes such a cute presentation!  Thankfully, Hollie ordered some so I would have an excuse to make more!

Hands down, my favorite cookie of the season!  However, trust me when I say, I have a horrible time thinking "outside the cookie cutter"!  Some people can visualize a cutter in a completely different way...I usually do not have that vision.  For whatever reason...I did look at this simple "M":

And see the cutest little spider:

Right?!  I made a stencil using my Silhouette Cameo to make the background spiderweb and airbrushed it on the cookie first.  The rest was easy peasy!  Whatcha' think...kind of cute, huh?!  But wait, there's more...even cuter all packaged up with a tag!

I don't typically sell individual cookies, but these little guys were too cute not to!  $4 each, and these were a good sized cookie!

In between all the Halloween cookies, I made some birthday Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles:

Once again...cookies disguised as other food!  Love it!!

A cute new cookie cutter that I added to my arsenal this year!

And finally...the last of the Halloween cookies headed out the door!

Okay, see you at Christmas...I kid!!  Can't wait to get started on some Fall and Thanksgiving cookies!  Till then...




...is anyone still comin' around?!  I wouldn't blame you a bit if you had given up on me!  If you are on Instagram, you can ALWAYS find me HERE!

So, let's do some catch up...cuz' I have been busy!

How about some Bunco cookies:

These are among some of my favorite cookies, ever (just sayin').  Kelli's friend, Meredith came to town for a "cowgirl birthday weekend"...so of course, cookies were in order.

And it wouldn't be complete without the perfect packaging!

Some Cookie Monster for a birthday:

Football cookies...also for a birthday (how about them Cardinals, 6 and 1?!)

These were cookies that I did for a benefit called "Go-Bo Foundation".  It is a huge bake sale held in Wisconsin.  It was two weekends ago and can you believe they raised $25,000...dats a lotta cookies!

You  could pick most any "theme" of cookies to do, but they asked that every donation include one butterfly!

Next, it was time to do start some Halloween cookies...and if you know me at all, you know that I love all things Halloween.  I made these "hanging" cookies:

I did some "rocket theme" baby shower cookies:

About this time it was off to Denver!  I made "Wolfpack" cookies for Thomas' football team!

While we were there, Melissa and I were going to a "witchy" Halloween party...so I decided something girly was in order!

Kinda cute, huh?!  Had a ton of fun with my airbrush, as you can see!

And because I am sure you are on cookie overload right about now, I am going to stop there.  I PROMISE to be back by Friday to share the rest of this year's Halloween cookies!

Thanks for stopping by!



I'm not even going to...

...make excuses!  I have dropped the ball on my blog and the fact is...sometimes life just gets in the way!

Anyhoo, I am back today with lots of cookies to share...I have been baking away since we last chatted!

I've done dinosaurs and I have to say...I was very pleased at how these turned out.  Adding detail with an airbrush, makes all the difference in the world!

I did two dozen Inspirational cookies...this is about half:

These were the first fall cookies that I did for the season:

More fall...that were made into 5 different "thank you" boxes!

I don't know about you...but I don't think there is anything cuter (and tastier) that  a box full of decorated cookies!  Who wouldn't want to receive something like this?!

And I will be the first to tell you that these are among my favorite cookies of all time!  They were so much fun to do!  I was asked to do "Disney Cruise" theme cookies so I decided to create everything on a Mickey Mouse shape...I don't want to toot my own horn...but I think they turned out pretty dang cute!

What do you think?!

And last, but not least...I will share the cookies that I am going to be offering for Halloween this year.  Each set of cookies will come as shown in a clear cello bag.  All cookies are full size.  Once I have figured out pricing, I will let you know, so be sure to check back!

Till next time...happy baking!



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