More Valentine’s Day Treats

Life has been quite hectic these past couple of days with Valentine’s Day orders…lots of fun, but little sleep.  I thought I would share with you some of the photos of the final products I did for a couple clients.  Hope you enjoy them!  These first photos are some new cookie designs I tried out and brought to my hair dresser as an early Valentine’s Day present.  I love this packaging from Garnish and so did she!  I really think that cute packaging makes all the difference when you are selling a product or giving a gift…first impressions really do count.  Garnish also liked my idea and blogged about it again…yippee!  



Here a few more cookies & cupcakes that I did.








Here is a Chocolate Peanut Butter Pie I did for a client…yummy!  It has an oreo crust, peanut butter mousse-like filling and chocolate ganache on top.  I also personalized it for him so that it would be extra special!



Happy Valentine’s Day!

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5 Responses to “More Valentine’s Day Treats”

  1. Oohhhh those all look sooooo nice!

  2. Steph says:

    Your cupcakes are beautiful! Where do you purchase the colored cupcake papers? I have looked everywhere!


  3. admin says:

    Hi Steph,
    You can get the cupcake liners at They can get addicting though, so be careful..haha!

  4. Jackie says:

    Hi, im Jackie, from Dominican Republic, I love your cookies, and i m new in decorating cookies, the filling with royal icing is what i have not achived, the surface as yours, so smooth…
    could you share with me you recipe..
    Another issue is how long does it take to get hard?? do you keep it all night drying???,without a cover??

    You will really help me, with your experiences and tips, im also selling my cookies (oatmeal and “mantecaditos, in spanish) in a store and in a school, but everybody loves the decorated ones.
    Thanks, Jackie

  5. admin says:

    Hi Jackie,
    Thanks so much for the comment! About my cookies, it really doesn’t matter what kind/recipe for royal icing you use, but more what consistency your icing is when you pipe it onto your cookies. Check out my posting on “Bride & Groom Silhouette Cookies” and you will see more tips and recipes for sugar cookies. Once I ice my cookies I let them sit out, without a cover, for at least 5 hours, but most of the time overnight before I try to pipe any final details over the base frosting. Well, hopefully that helped you out and good luck on selling all your goodies.
    P.S. I am in the process of making video tutorial on how to make these type of sugar cookies, so check back later this week and the video might get up!

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