Guest Post on Bakingdom
Today I will be hanging out over at my friend Darla’s blog, Bakingdom, where I will be showing you how to turn my favorite pointy eared dude into a cookie!
You’ll need this little template before you go, so print him out and head on over! Keep in mind that you can adjust the template to the size that you prefer.
For tips on using a paper template to cut cookies, click HERE.
For a quick and easy way to make cookie cutters with readily available supplies and materials, click HERE.
Nice idea! Mr. Spock, Star Trek…
Who is Darka and how o we get there?
This was not supposed to be up yet, LOL! Sorry for the confusion!
You can find Darla at http://bakingdom.com/
I’m SO on it! Thanks for the great post, Callye! You did a great job…logically!
LLAP, my friend 🙂
These are hilarious…the pointed ears…the fingers…perfection!
Wouldn’t a chubby penguin cookie cutter work? Upside down I mean? Or a ghost?
On yes! If you think it works. It works 🙂
Very awesome, Callye! Like I told you before, I know my husband would get a kick out of these cookies. I can’t make my fingers go like that unfortunately. 🙁 Heading over to Bakingdom to check it out now.
This is perfect timing! My youngest sister has commissioned some Star Trek cookies from me for her highschool graduation and I was starting to wonder how I would do it! (She is so in love with Star Trek that for her 18th birthday we took her to meet Leonard Nimoy) Thanks so much!
Wouhaaaaaaa Absolutly maaaarvelous!!!!! My man will looooove that 🙂
When I click on the “HERE” for the paper template, it opens up a “404 Error” page.
So awesome; I love Spock! I would totally go Uhura on him if i were in Star Trek. 😉
I looked at the date of this post and knew I had to comment; the 26th is my husbands birthday, the biggest Trekkie ever. He has the Star Trek logo as a tattoo on his upper chest, he loves Kirk and Spock and knows every single episode .I wish I had found your wonderful site earlier because he would’ve loved these cookies. Maybe for Fathers Day. Your work is amazing and I have learned so many tips and techniques. Thank you for sharing your knowledge!
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I love these, but the link to your Bakingdom post doesn’t work 🙁