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Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Spring flowers

I thought I would post a few more from my Spring/Easter collection. I have a big baby shower order this weekend and then Mother's day, be watching for new pics!

The quilted egg is another inspiration by Pam. I think they are just cute as can be, Thanks Pam!

Sunday, April 25, 2010

These Star Wars cupcakes were for the birthday of a little boy in our church. (Happy Birthday, Avery!!) I was not super thrilled with the way they turned out, but for a rush job I guess they're not bad. Except for Yoda (the green guy, for those who don't have a house full of boys whose lives revolve around star wars). This was my second attempt at Yoda. The first looked remarkably similar to a turtle. It was actually rather cute, not, however Yoda-like. I didn't think to take a picture of him, and threw him in my junk bowl where he was promptly eaten by my husband. I personally thought this Yoda was much better, and was at least recognizable. Then I spoke to my mom, who said she thought he was a cat. Yoda #2 was then eaten. I won't even get into the disaster that was my C3PO. I'll just say my son was afraid of it, and leave it at that.

Saturday, April 24, 2010

Spring Cookies

Since I've been sick for a few weeks and haven't been able to make any new cookies to post, I thought I'd show some from this past winter and spring. Hope you enjoy!

Some Valentine's day...

A small set of green cookies for Easter

Spring flowers

A set of blue..the plaid was inspired by Pam. ( She is the one that inspired me to start decorating cookies. Her work is just gorgeous! Compared to hers, my cookies look like they were done by my 5 year olds! I guess practice makes perfect, though. Maybe I'll get up to Pam's caliber of decorating someday!

Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Easter Cookies


I have enjoyed getting to know so many cookie-ers through their blogs, so I finally decided to take the plunge and start my own. I've been inspired by so many of you, and still have so much to learn. I hope you will follow along as I do!