Friday, May 23, 2008

Take a look at the latest!

This past week I received a custom order for a woman for some faux sugar cookies for a display she's doing with antique pieces. I liked the way they turned out so much that I'm offering them for sale in my shop. The icing color and sprinkles can even be customized!

It's been such a long time since I've been able to just have the time to create something new. It feels quite refreshing, actually. And these little faux cookies make me want to have a bite of the real thing. Enjoy!

11 comments:

The Old Painted Cottage said...

I so wanna take a bite! These look delicious, and the sparkes are the perfect touch.

oxox
Jennifer

Patti said...

Hi! Your items really do look good enough to eat! Love your blog! I found it through laurieanna's blog. Happy "baking"! :) Patti

Jenni B said...

Thanks, Patti & Jennifer!

Rosy said...

Your blog is so full of little "feasts" for the eyes, funny how I often wanted to try and make faux cupcakes and pretty sweet treats for my glass cake domes and apothecary jars, but thought they're actually more difficult to do than baking the real things. The only problem with the real things is they disappear quickly, that's why I wanted some faux ones for display. Your blog has inspired me.

Jen r. said...

Oh, I love these! I can't believe these aren't real!
Thnaks for stopping by for a visit. You are such a talent and I am in awe. Everything you make is so amazing!
Jen R

Mina said...

Whoa! These look sooooo real! Amazing job! : ) Thanks for sharing. I'll need to check out your shop. : ) Have a fantastic Sunday!
Mina
www.bohemianvintageonline.com

Penny @ Lavender Hill Studio said...

Oh! Those sugar cookies make me want to set up a table for tea with mis-matching chitz cups and saucers. They look good enough to eat!
Penny

Adeline's Shabby Cottage said...

Wow!! These do look good enough to eat!! I need to check out your shop!!

Brittany:)

Country French Antiques said...

What an interesting occupation!
I love your creations !
Yummy, yummy !!

Southern Lady's Vintage said...

Got milk? These look absolutely real!! I remember seeing you on Martha Stewart! Congratulations on all of your accomplishments! It does my heart good to see a crafter succeed in his or her business! So glad that you stopped in to see me. I will be back for sure!
Barbara

Jenni B said...

Thanks, Barbara! I'm thrilled you saw me on MS and remembered! :)