This little slugger is rounding third base and heading for home. Always a “hit” to welcome a new baby boy and this baby shower was a sweet nod to his dad’s love of baseball! Used my favorite onsie cutter is from Kaleida Cuts and “baby” cutter from Bobbi’s Cutters on Etsy!
This sweet baby will be coming this spring. She or he will be welcomed even more than the blooming flowers! Welcome, welcome!
Theodore R M was born on February the 11th! Happy, healthy babies are a great reason to celebrate! These cookies are for a bit belated baby shower celebrating Teddy (that’s what they are going to call him!). Naturally, a teddy bear theme was perfect for the occasion.
The teddy bears (panda bear cutter from Bobbi’s Cookie Cutters) started with a base coat of brown. Using Lila Loa‘s book for guidance, I mixed chocolate brown with purple to achieve the desired color. Once that was dry, I dabbed on some spots of same color icing and stippled with a stiff brush to achieve the “teddy bear texture.”
I let that dry for 1 hour and added the arms, nose and feet. After drying overnight, I stippled the arms and added hands.
Simple eye and nose details were added last, along with the rosy cheeks. The flower was made using wafer paper and a Martha Stewart (I think) Recollections punch (from Michaels). I painted them silver with a blue center (to match other cookie highlights ). Flowers were incorporated to match the invitation.
The stencil airbrushed on the 2 other cookies can be found at Killer Zebras.
My niece was trying to decide on the theme for her November baby shower. She was wavering between “Lil Pumpkin” and “Sweet as Pie”; well, why not both? Orange streamers and little baby pumpkins were strewn like confetti around house. Pies from her favorite local pie baker, Mom’s Apple Pie (boy, were they scrumptious), were the centerpieces of the dessert table. And, of course, there were as many MMB cookies as I could carry on the plane. (Seriously, the DIA security folks don’t even bat an eye at my copious amounts of cookies anymore.) Here are some of the cookies that were plated for the dessert table. (Kaleida Cuts for the win on the wonkie onesie cookie cutter).
And these bad boys were bagged and tagged for the favors. (yep, it’s a boy…)
My niece is expecting her first child! Had to think of some pregnancy puns, pronto! It’s important to make light of an ever expanding situation, you know…
Here’s that cute onesie shape from Kaleida Cuts again! (yes, I am slightly obsessed…)
There are some people in life that you just HAVE to admire. These cookies are heading to a baby shower celebrating the coming of their FOURTH boy! Holy testosterone! (As you can tell, we have a mere two children. And I was pretty happy to have the energy for them….).
Blue and the number 4 were interwoven throughout the set. I added a little silver bling because everybody deserves a little bling (especially a mom of four!). The “4” cutter is part of the zebrawood cutter set from SheyB ! They have such fast and friendly service!
This little outfit cutter is my current favorite. Can’t get over how adorable it is. Thank you Kaleida Cuts (so many designs to take advantage of!)!!! The clever technique is from the genius Tammy Holmes. Utterly brilliant design. Utterly delicious eye candy.
Every boy in this family has a name that begins with the letter “C.” The fourth will as well. And heaven forbid that I not take advantage of a chance to word play. I knew love was in the foreseeable future…
Baby showers are such happy occasions. Happy events make for happy cookies! I kept with their blue, grey, and elephant theme and tried not to put any junk in that trunk.
Boy, oh boy, more beautiful baby boys!
Baby Lambros’s September 10th arrival left us starry eyed! His room is neutral with teal accents so that was the color inspiration for this cookie platter.
Here they are in process with the stork delivery not quite ready…
Boy oh boy, he’s here!!
Details of the bib and the bottle. Thank you Hillary (aka the Cookie Countess) for the stencil! Some day I will own an airbrush machine. Until then, it’s a fairly.dry.paint.brush for me!