A collection of cookies that I have found on the internet that inspire me to continue creating my own cookies.
This is a cute way to make a present cookie. A simple square with polka dots. Then tie a ribbon around it with both colors. Top with a simple flower. Much easier that trying to add a bow.
I had a lot of fun making these. This is the cutter with the heart on top and I just cut it off with a pizza cutter. This was my first try, but I plan to use these again. I liked the simple design.
Cakejournal is one of my favorite cookie decorators. She does flawless work and now she has a blog where she has tutorials about her techniques. Gotta love that! Check out the post about these shimmering cookies by clicking on Cake journal.
These cookies are too cute!
This bowl is completely edible. Wouldn't this be quite the conversation piece for the holidays. You could put jelly beans in one for easter, or conversation hearts for Valentine's Day.
I love when decorators turn one cookie cutter in different designs. This is such a unique way to decorate a heart.
How cute are these cookies?
If I had to make any cookie for my hubby, I would be safe with chocolate chip. Cookie cakes are a great sweet treat for superbowl parties.
These cookies are completely flawless.
These are amazingly unique cookies. Yum!
Who says Valentine Cookies have to be hearts.
These cookies look yummy. I love the detail on the dog's hair. It looks perfect.
This cake is adorable. The detail is wonderful.
These are adorable cupcake cookies.
These are Rice Krispy treats dipped in chocolate and decorated to look like Santa. Adorable!
Check out these penguin cookies. The earmuffs are too cute. The snowman is very simple, but I like that it was a gingerbread mand cookie cutter. Great ideas!
I love these cookies. I think they are the cutest mittens I have seen yet.
This is a cute and simple way to package valentine's cookies.