Happy Valentine’s Day, Share Your Cookie Creations!

Happy Valentine’s Day, everyone!  Things stay pretty much the same around here most of the time.  I make cookies, I show them to you, I talk about them, and then I talk about them some more.

Well, today I decided to change things up.  I’m going to show you my Valentine’s Day cookies, but instead of talking about them, I want to see yours!

Here’s what I have been working on.

I think the little bird cages are my favorite.

Now y’all see why I needed all those RIBBON ROSES!

Last one, I promise!

Now it’s your turn.  You don’t have to have a blog to share.  Links from your Facebook page and Flickr work too.  So show me your pretty cookies!  I can’t wait to see what you’ve been working on!

Happy Valentines



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  1. 81
    Tasty Bites says:

    Where can I buy cutters for cookies that hang on coffee mugs? Thank you, Delia.

    • 81.1
      Sweet Sugar Belle says:

      I would suggest using regular cutters then trimming out a small slot with a knife. I have seen them at world market, though.

  2. 82
    Stef says:

    Can I just tell you that you are so AWESOME and TALENTED!!! I love your cookies and your blog! Your creations are all too adorable!

  3. 83
    Maia says:

    OMG! I just discovered you published some cookies we made last year! It´s just an honour for us that our Cookie Guru recommended our cookies! Thanks!

  4. 84
    Angella says:

    Hi Callye,
    May I duplicate these cookie designs for my baby shower (April 2014) ???? :)

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