Friday, October 17, 2008

Halloween cookies

These are some Halloween cookies I made this week. I'll be making LOTS more in the next couple of weeks. Sorry some of the pictures are kinda cruddy. I forgot to take pictures until I had a lot of them wrapped already.




I was also asked by the teachers I used to work with to make a cake for my former boss for Boss's Day yesterday. It's harder than you would think to come up with something to write other than "Happy Boss's Day." I've made a lot of cakes for this guy over the past few years, so I'm starting to run out of ideas. I found this quote and thought it would be appropriate.


That's all for now. I hope you all have a great weekend!

8 comments:

Willow said...

Wow! These are all beautiful and look yummy too! Ever watch Everybody Loves Raymond and see one of the Debra character's cakes? That's what mine look like! ;-)

Have a great weekend!

Madeline said...

THOSE COOKIES ARE SOOOOOOOOO CUTE!!!!!!!! I love them. I wish I wasn't too busy to throw a Halloween party. Nice cake, too. I like that quote.

Deanna said...

I wish you lived closer. I would hire you to bake some of those adorable pumpkin cookies for my son's class! You are sooo talented. Have you ever thought of starting your own store?

Jenn said...

I love all those cookies, they are so cute! Have you ever mailed any of your goodies? Those would make a great gift box, 2-4 of each one depending on how many you were buying for. Kids would love getting things like that in the mail.

Amy said...

You are very talented!

Nice job!

I am a sucker for decorated cookies and cakes. You do an amazing job on both!

I'm very impressed here in Crazyville...and now I'm craving something cute and sweet.;)

God Bless,
Amy:)

Crystal said...

Thanks for all of your sweet comments ladies! Just curious, I've been selling my decorated cookies to my friends and former coworkers for $1.25 each, what do you think about the price? Too much? Not enough?

Willow- I love that show!

Madeline- Thanks.

Deanna- I have thought about starting my own store, but money is the issue right now. In MS, you're your not supposed to run a food service business from your home kitchen and I just don't have the start up money to rent a place yet. So for now, I'm doing it for friends.

Jenn- I haven't tried mailing any, but I would be willing to :-) They're pretty sturdy so I think they would hold up well with the proper packaging. I might try sending some to my nephews and niece, that way I can talk to my sisters and see if they get there in one piece. If they don't it won't be a big deal since it wouldn't be for someone who payed for them.

Amy-Thank you.

Jenn said...

Well you can send me some for free and if they are broke I'll still eat them ! haha

Tassie said...

You are so talented!