Grace’s brother Evan had a birthday the next week and celebrated at Lego Land. He celebrated with some bright yellow smiley lego heads.
I’m loving how the sunglasses guys turned out!
A really dear friend of mine texted the other day with a very sweet request. Could I send a couple of cookies to her Mom & Dad. Dad has had some medical issues lately, Mom’s had a rough time too…they needed a little pick me up.
Occasionally the right set comes along at just the right time. Thanks to the amazing tutorials of Callye from The Adventures of Sweet Sugarbelle I was able to create this fine set and pop them in the mail.
They were quite the hit and they are still getting buzz on Facebook!!
One of my favorite things about Isabel is that she proudly goes by “Belly” – not Bel or Izzy (although Nana Pat does call her that). But for the most part it’s Belly all the way. Also, a little prayer that these particular cookies arrive with their heads intact would be appreciated. (A headless cookie still tastes the same…but the excitement dwindles a bit!)
Isabel’s having a painting party to celebrate her 7th Birthday. These cookies were so much fun to make for such a fun kid. She brightens my day – and it’s not just because people say she’s a mini-me. Happy Birthday Belly!
I got a request to make cookies for a coach. A coach that is a teacher, and one that likes the Boston Red Sox and the Boston Celtics. That color palette was a bit tough – but I think I pulled it off.
My sister recently ordered cookies. She said, “My Boss Likes Giraffes” – and I said, “Um…long skinny neck cookies don’t ship well.” And like a good little sister she said, “Whatever you do is fine. I love you. You’re my favorite sister.” And said, “Well…as long as I’m your favorite sister.”