Stella Jo had a birthday and gave me the opportunity to do my first Mickey Mouse-themed cookies! I also had the chance to make my first stencil using a Silhouette cutting machine, creating the checkered flag pattern you see on two of the cookies. I had my projector out again to get the Disney font on the cookies!
This was a repeat job from a couple of years ago. Flowers always spruce up the cookie, and they look way more difficult to make than they actually are!
Grandma Doug’s Bakery recently joined the Mustang Chamber of Commerce. I put together these cookies for promo giveaways at a Chamber coffee event.
As you can see, I have a couple of different options for QR codes. This is a very unique way to draw attention to your website! The codes work with both iPhones and Androids, and I can create the codes for your business or personal website. The Twitter and Facebook cookies can be customized with your handle to advertise your social media presence.
Have questions or ideas? Let’s talk!
COVID has made weddings an interesting experiment this year. This couple was finally able to celebrate their vows with their friends a few months later!
These cookies went right along with a teacher’s discussion of Dot Day and the book The Dot!
This is how OSU fans celebrate their birthdays!
Llamas have been some of my customers’ favorite designs. The colors of this cookie cake go really well with the sugar cookies!
93 years young! I hope I’m still enjoying sugar cookies at that age 😀🍪🍪🍪🤗
I had the opportunity to be a part of another awesome adoption story! So happy for the Ledford’s and the new additions to their family. They celebrated Gotcha Day and birthdays all together!