Wildflower Watercolor Cookies

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All of the pretty little wildflowers popping up in my backyard inspired me to make these watercolor cookies! You can find this plaque cookie cutter at AnnClarkCookieCutters.comWatercolor-Cookies

Here’s what you’ll need to make these watercolor cookies:

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Cereal Cookies!

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I just returned from teaching a cookie decorating class at The Wilton School in Darien, Illinois (hence the absence of new cookies over the last couple of weeks). I visited The Wilton School for the first time in 2009 to take the two-week Master Class, which turned out to be the beginning of my decorating career. It was so exciting to go back to where it all started to teach my own class! I’ll be taking over Wilton’s Instagram today to share some photos from the weekend.

Now I’m back in my cookie studio with a new favorite to share with you: Cereal Cookies!

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Here’s what you’ll need for this project:


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I wonder what other types of cereals could be recreated in cookie form? Make sure to tag me in your photos on Instagram (@sweetambs #sweetambscookies) if you make your own cereal cookies! 

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Rose Cookies – Collab With Nutmeg and Honeybee!

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If you haven’t seen the gorgeous edible artwork of Nutmeg and Honeybee on Instagram or Facebook, you are missing out! I’m so glad to have had this opportunity to work with Meghan on this project. Visit her YouTube channel to learn how to turn this design into beautiful and delicious macarons!

These tattoo inspired rose cookies were inspired by a page in a coloring book shown to me by my friend Sandra while I was teaching cookie decorating classes in Barcelona a few months ago. The book is called Just Add Color: Tattoos and you can find it here on AmazonSweetAmbs-Rose-Cookies2

Here’s what you’ll need to make these rose cookies:

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Be sure to visit Nutmeg and Honeybee on YouTube to watch Meghan’s video and get the recipe for these gorgeous macarons!macarons

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Brush Embroidery Cookies

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I’m so excited about this collaboration with my friend Annabel of Follow That Way! She creates the most beautiful nail art. These brush embroidery cookies are my take on a baroque floral design that she pick out as the inspiration for this project. Subscribe to her channel and watch her recreate this design with nail polish!

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Here’s what you’ll need to make these brush embroidery cookies:

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Visit Follow That Way on YouTube to watch Annabel recreate this design with nail polish!ftw

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