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Anyone have any ideas?

post #1 of 6
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Hi!
I'm needing to do cookies for an awards banquet, and I'm coming up empty. It's for a high school academic awards night. I will do some music ones, but any ideas going along the theme of honor roll students, citizenship awards, that kind of thing? They try to make it a classy kind of night (private school). I live in Taiwan, though, so I don't have access to edible images or anything like that. I googled a bunch of different things and pretty much only came up with elementary aged type things. Thanks!
post #2 of 6
Maybe something like this with the school's initials?

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Maybe this might help

http://sweetopia.net/2012/02/video-how-to-stencil-on-cookies/
A down-to-earth South African who has a growing interest in fondant cakes...I've been bitten by the cake bug!
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A down-to-earth South African who has a growing interest in fondant cakes...I've been bitten by the cake bug!
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post #3 of 6
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Thanks so much, Tails! That gives me a great idea! I got a box set of stencils for Christmas that has all kinds of stuff in it, and it was meant for cakes (which is what I most often do), but it would be great to use them this way!

Any other ideas?
post #4 of 6
what about something with the school's name or initials? or a mascot?
post #5 of 6
check out alibee's blog here- http://snargblog.blogspot.com/
I feel like everything she does is elegant.
Also try searching for elegant decorated cookies, pretty decorated cookies, etc.

Also,this blog, http://www.cristinscookies.com/ seems to do a lot of stuff for her kids schools or other peoples school, you may find some good ideas in her graduation or sports section.

good luck!
post #6 of 6
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Thanks for the great ideas! Those blogs are great!
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