Oh goodness.. it is whatever bride picked up at Hobby Lobby. Looks like a litte house with a cross on top, she calls it a chapel, but it is kinda big and then the cross transition pretty small, looks like it will be very easy for the crosses to break off. I did not commit to them yet, I just started doing cakes about 9 months ago, cookies are still on my to do list. I was trying to get out of it, but it's kinda hard with the bride being a daughter of my best friend and a granddaughter of my boss. I told them that I give it my best shot, I cannot imagine how much these things will cost if they order them somewhere. The bride is allready draining my best friend heavily with this wedding, the budget was only 2k but it has allready doubled and they did not even get to the reception food and decorations, and it's an evening wedding. Sorry for venting, I love my best friend, her little girl... I just want to smack her sometimes. I have no idea how she turned out to be such a princess. So I just need to figure out the way to make these things to look good and acceptable and time efficient for me. I don't even know how to do a monogram, is there a tutorial somewhere on here for that? May be I can do some rolled buttercream on it, either embossed or may be with those cute little holes around perimeter like I see in the gallery? Will it be easier and neater than flooding the cookies? How do I make those little holes? I'm just at a loss, I want for these things to turn out so bad, just have absolutely no experience doing them. And I know they are much harder than they look. I just cannot bare to see my friend spend another $200-$300 (more? have no idea what cookies go for these days) on something that I don't believe is a necessity. As you see I need all the help I can get. Thanks for listening.