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post #91 of 108
See, that's why I don't use Google - I use Altavista.com for my searches.

http://www.peggykarrglass.us/index.html

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post #92 of 108
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Originally Posted by playingwithsugar

See, that's why I don't use Google - I use Altavista.com for my searches.

http://www.peggykarrglass.us/index.html

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Thanks for that link -- boy that Peggy Karr has some great cookie ideas! icon_lol.gif
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post #93 of 108
All I can say is WOW!!!!
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post #94 of 108
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Originally Posted by luv2bake6

I know i said this before but i'm really impressed with all your cakes.
GeminiRJ, how did you get the candles at the top to stand up?



I baked them on lollipop sticks, instead of the usual cookie sticks. Worked great!
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post #95 of 108
Tracy has no idea what her initial post on this topic would mean for me! I've had so-o-o much fun decorating cakes with cookies. Here's another one, and I was able to use the same template for the cookie candles as the last cake. I'm thinking I'll be getting alot of use out of that template.

The bottom layer is a 12" white cake, the top layer is a 9" chocolate cake. It was for a family celebrating a number of birthdays on Memorial Day.
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post #96 of 108
I can't believe I didn't see this thread until today - WOW - everyone's cookie/cakes are fantastic!!

I want to join in the fun, too.... I made some cookies to put on cupcakes for my nephew's 2nd birthday last year. He lives 3000 miles away, so I couldn't make him a cake or be with him, but I sent him cookies on sticks and a really big "barn" card with instructions to put the cookies in the cupcakes they were getting and place them in front of the card/barn. The pictures they took aren't that great, so I also put up some of the ones I kept here for the "East coast" birthday celebration.

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post #97 of 108
Is there any other support needed for the cookies other than sticks? If i every get to try this, i bet you my cookies will fall right out of the cake!! Do you guys make a denser cake?
post #98 of 108
Those are the cutest cupcakes ever! LOVE your cookie toppers. And with the card, they had to have been a huge hit with your nehew. Simply wonderful.

luv2bake6, the lollipop sticks worked great! I trimmed them so they stuck 2/3 of the way into the cookie, and had about 2" to 3" that stuck into the cake.
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post #99 of 108
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Gemini - Look at how cute that cake is! Love how crisp and clean your work is!

Bonnie - Okay, those cookies are wonderful and I think your idea to do cookies to be inserted into cupcakes on the other end is fabulous! You have really hit on something there! Love those cookies!
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post #100 of 108
You ladies have given me a great idea for a bridal shower cake this weekend! BUT I dont know if I can pull it off on time.....BUT I cant wait to play around & try this idea soon!
post #101 of 108
thanks!

I really love the idea of cookies used as decorations on cakes/cupcakes. I'm much better at cookies than I am with cakes!

After looking at the other examples, my creative juices are flowing... I can't wait to make another cookie cake!
post #102 of 108
Thanks GeminiRJ. I'll have to try that when i get a chance.
post #103 of 108
I must be missing something. What cookie ideas are you getting from the Peggy Karr Glass website? I see beautiful glassware but nothing else.
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I must be missing something. What cookie ideas are you getting from the Peggy Karr Glass website? I see beautiful glassware but nothing else.



Ditto !
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post #105 of 108
How do we go about getting a CC gallery for Cookie Cakes? I'd love to see more of them!
(I answered my own question and found the place to post the request.)
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