Sew Yummy: Cookie Bunting

The talented baker joining us today is Sue from Munchkin Munchies.

Sue creates some of the most fun sweet treats you will find. There are so many amazing ideas on her blog but if I had to pick a few I’d choose these Birthday Cake Brownie Pops, some Jelly Bean Cookies or this Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich Cake. Also, how cute are these Cookie Sheet Cookies? Almost too cute to eat, almost. I am so excited to share what Sue has made for us today.

I am so happy to be here at Craftstorming today!  I was very flattered when Laura asked me to participate in her “Sew Yummy” series.  Laura is quite talented at baking, sewing and crafting, but I usually just stick to baking:)

My daughter sewed a colorful bunting for me recently and I have it hanging in my kitchen window.  It adds a lot of cheer to the room and makes me happy. I knew this bunting would provide all the inspiration I needed to transform a sewing project into a baking project.  I was right!

The variety of colors in the stitched bunting translated into some bright colored cookies that were very fun to make.  I chose two different designs for my bunting cookies. The scalloped square cookies were decorated with a base of white royal icing and then the colored bunting was iced right on top of that. The other cookie is more of a “double-decker”  cookie(originally coined by Bridget of Bake at 350).  I baked little triangle cookies  (I used a small diamond cutter and then cut the diamond in half), iced them, and adhered each to the large cookie with royal icing for the bunting. It was pretty easy-peasy.

Perhaps I will make some for another season or holiday with coordinating colors. My daughter did buy some Halloween material to make another bunting, so I definitely see a Halloween version of these bunting cookies in the near future.

I’d like to thank Laura again for this wonderful opportunity!  I really enjoyed this project very much! I encourage everyone to visit Laura’s blog and see the other projects in this series.  I can’t wait to see what’s in store!

These cookies are so colourful, fun and modern Sue. Thanks so much for participating and for your kind words. I am very tempted to sew a bright bunting for my own kitchen now.

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13 Responses to Sew Yummy: Cookie Bunting

  1. Lora says:

    These cookies make me happy as all of Sue’s creations do. So clever!

  2. Thanks for organizing such a fun series, Laura, and inviting me!

  3. Camille says:

    I LOVE Sue’s cookies! They are always so colorful, cheerful and clever!!

    • Laura says:

      I know what you mean, it’s been ages since I made cookies but this, and Lora’s cookies, has inspired me to make more soon.

  4. These are sooo cute! Love love love :-)

  5. icakepops says:

    What a creative idea, Sue! I have seen bunting displayed many ways on dessert tables but never AS the dessert! Awesome!

  6. These cookies are gorgeous Sue! Beautiful job and I love that your daughter’s gift was your inspiration!

  7. These have absolutely got to be the cutest cookies EVER. I am in love! Fantastic!

  8. Courtney says:

    Baking and sewing are such a fabulous combination!! I love this idea, and buntings are just as cute on cookies as they are all sewn up. Great job!

  9. Rebecca says:

    Cookie bunting! who would have thought?!
    Would love for you to link this post up at my new blog and party, dedicated 100% to bunting!
    http://bestbuntingontheblock.blogspot.com/2012/12/link-up-your-bunting.html

    Aloha, Rebecca

  10. Emma Green says:

    I will definitely be trying these out for an upcoming baby shower! They are so fun and adorable! Thanks to Sue for sharing this cute idea with us!

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