Happy Halloween! + DIY Skull Cookie Cutters

Are you getting excited for Halloween? We are! We had so much fun creating our DIY Sidewalk Skulls, we couldn't help but recreate them into edible cookie pops.

First we made DIY skull cookie cutters. All you need is a circular cookie cutter (about 4" in diameter) and pliers (optional). Simply pinch the sides with your fingers, or use pliers to create a more defined bend. Using this recipe from Sweetapolita, our sugar cookies were perfectly prepared and held our cookie pops with pride. You can customize your cookies to any color, or get creative to celebrate Dia de los Muertos (November 1st)!

Bake a batch and bring these to work or to Halloween parties! And let us know in the comments if you have any other go-to Halloween recipes you love making.

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Must Have! Letterpress Cookie Cutters


When we spotted these Letter Pressed Cookie Cutter Stamps on Swissmiss we immediately started scheming on reasons to order them.  Who could refuse "will you marry me" spelled out in sweet treats?  And wedding guests would love to nibble on monogrammed favor cookies post-party.  A giant letterpressed cookie invitation might be going a bit too far but we're sure creative minds will find endless uses for these darling type tools!ref=as_li_ss_tl-1

Sweet Treats!

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We can't think of any better cure for a case of the Mondays than plates of gorgeous cookies - can you?  Our lovely Kelly has been baking up a storm lately and treating us to heaps of delectable goodies.  So sweet on mismatched vintage china, we can just imagine these pretty cookies as part of a wedding dessert bar!



Chocolate Chip with Toasted Almonds and buttery Shortbreads with Macadamia Nuts... and oh yes... dipped in more chocolate!  Yum, pass the milk please!