World book Day 2011

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    My cookies for World book Day. I had 2 classes this year, that's 54 cookies!
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    1. Sweet-Tooth-Fairy 38 months ago | reply

      Haha... OMG, you are incredible!! I can't imagine what they look like together.. so cute!

    2. Rebecca's Tastebuds 38 months ago | reply

      Wow Natasha - these are superb..:-)))

    3. GeminiRJ 38 months ago | reply

      Utterly fascinating and beautiful!

    4. Lisa Templeton 38 months ago | reply

      Absolutely stunning! they are all gorgeous but I Love the cream owl.

    5. abbietabbie 38 months ago | reply

      Fantastic ! 54 of them? You are amazing !

    6. SweetSugarBelle 38 months ago | reply

      THESE are so beautiful! I adore your work!

    7. Pompom Cakes 38 months ago | reply

      These are amazing - can't believe you did so many. How long did it take? And did you cut the cookie shapes out by hand?

    8. neviepiecakes 38 months ago | reply

      Thanks you all, I really appreciate you taking time to comment! PomPom Cakes I did cut them all out by hand and they took about two days!

    9. Cake in N8 38 months ago | reply

      great artist! really fabulous x

    10. johnniekake 38 months ago | reply

      wow........that's it, just wow!!

    11. Caro May 38 months ago | reply

      Great images & designs - fantastic - love them

    12. cookieartisan 37 months ago | reply

      WOW!! You've left me speechless yet again!

    13. alkdesigns 36 months ago | reply


      Your Craft & Art Deserves A Heart!
      I Heart Your Craft & Art (Post 1, Award 4)

    14. Songbird Sweets 36 months ago | reply

      these are AMAZING!!!!!! and i love that you made the owl from the il sung na book!!!! i love that book, i read it to my daughter all of the time:-) the owl looks like it was pulled right out of the pages! all of your cookies are absolutely stunning!

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