Time for the annual Christmas Eve dinner place cards for my sweet friend Colleen. This year she wanted something Santa inspired so I used SemiSweetMike’s mug cookie cutter to create this table setting. Where there is hope and magic, there is wonder. We could all use a little more wonder in this world. Hope your day is merry and bright, where ever and whom ever you are.
Are you listening? Suffice it to SLAY, those SLAY bells have been ringing! So many folks out there working hard 24/7, slaying their own world. This is my homage to all you amazing people. MMB offers you props with the proverbial pun. Keep up the good work and enjoy a bit of down time over the holidays. Merry everything!!!!
3D gingerbread trains were a little out of my box. But what the client wants, the client gets. The engine was a 5″ cookie with an additional “coal” cart custom behind. Included were two huge gingerbread men (one was a woman, actually) and two little ones that fit in the front compartment of the train. All to be decorated at the party and taken home in their custom box.
Holiday office party for the judicial courts in Colorado. Please pun, the client said. I don’t have to be asked twice. Her favorite were the ‘briefs’…
These winter themed cookies were given out as small gifts for the holidays. The timing was perfect as they arrived as the temperatures dropped and snow was predicted. I particularly liked the mittens where each design was a little bit different that the next. Design ADD.
Deer me. This herd is headed to my talented friend Jade; she is giving them out to her clients as a little gift when they come in to see her during the holiday season. Cookies are a brilliant idea for a reasonably priced, sweet treat for the holidays! A perfect aREINgement, for sure.
The main jolly old elf and his helpers made an appearance at this celebration. The helper elves were called out by name as they brought sweet treats to good girls (and boys). Ornaments added to the festive setting. Loosen those belts and let the season begin!