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post #1 of 32
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Here are pics of the cookie bouquets I'm offering this season! I already posted a pic of the individual cookies....and promised to post these when they were complete! I'm pleased with how they turned out!
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post #2 of 32
Very nice! You should have no trouble selling these. Maybe you should worry about getting TOO MANY orders.
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post #3 of 32
absolutely gorgeous. what are the boxes made of? are they wood or cardboard. Very nice job!!
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post #4 of 32
Beautiful!!! Great job!!
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post #5 of 32
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Thank you! The boxes are cardboard craft boxes (4x4x4) that I picked up at Michael's.
post #6 of 32
I really like the red one with the swirl on the top side and the boxers! Very pretty!
post #7 of 32
Those are very cute! Where did you get the boxer and corset cookie cuters from? Was it hard to decorate the boxers?
post #8 of 32
These are great. How far in advance do you make your cookies for the bouquets.
post #9 of 32
those look fantastic!!! how long did it take you to do them? what kind of icing did you use? and what kind of cookie if you don't mind? What would something like this cost?
post #10 of 32
WOW, like GeminiRJ said, you should be concerned about getting too many orders! Those are outstanding. Great job on all of the little details, those take a lot of time! thumbs_up.gif
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post #11 of 32
Very unique and creative. Do you cover the whole box and cookies with cellophane or individually wrap them? Can I ask how much you would charge for something like that? I am new and have no idea what something like that would be. Thanks.
post #12 of 32
Gorgeous work!!!! I love the corsets and boxers where did you get the cookie cutters for these designs?
post #13 of 32
Thread Starter 
Thanks guys! The cookies are iced with rolled buttercream, with royal icing details. The recipe is my own and took many months to perfect several years ago....it is not a recipe that I share as it belongs to my business, but I always recommend the NFSC on kitchengifts.com. I also posted pics of them in the cookie gallery with an explanation. I photograph them unwrapped to avoid camera glare and so the customer can see the details.....but I do wrap each individual cookie! I didn't want to pay an arm and leg for the cutters I wanted, so I made them....I also posted a thread in the cookie forum about that, along with pics. In my area (SW Ohio) I charge $18 for a 3-cookie bouquet, and $32 for a large 7-cookie bouquet. Each cookie is pretty large, about 5" in one direction or another!
post #14 of 32
I second and third everything that has been said! You do wonderful work!!!
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post #15 of 32
Did you use an edible marker for the black outline and little hearts?
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