Archives for Ekim 2011


here are some “treat” recipes 🙂
witch cookie above – silicone mould by FPC Sugarcraft, you could try a green face witch too.

The little details – silicone mould by Alphabet Moulds
CAPS LOCK Boo imprint by Patchwork Cutters


Happy weekend, everyone! This weekend has been a nice one for myself, so I am happy! After 18 years, I have met, yesterday, my high school mates…and we kept on as if we had never stopped. I loved every minute of it.

and today we are attending a boat show
where my hubby will want to choose our next toy for sailing. He is so much into it, so I believe we might start living in a boat during some summer nights in a few years. First, we have to move our house next July…this is how we agreed. 🙂

Inbetween, I will be working on lots of good things and I am ready to get it going. Blog posts, both Turkish and English, wedding website software, maybe also in English….I am super pumped about it! The plan was also to open an eBay & Etsy store, as I found out I can import the cookies whereever. But this one will be pending for another while. Have no time! Seriously no time.

Below (and above) my cookies for a repair company! Hope you like them.


The faces-Karen Davies silicone moulds

The hats – hand-made 🙂

Repair equipment – silicone mould by Alphabet Moulds.

BMS imprint – letters imprinter I could say… Brigitte Keks by Staedter (MUST HAVE)

Large flowers and large leaves – Plunger cutters by PME

Small Flowers – Patchwork cutters; small leaves-hand-made

Backgrounnd design… the cookies on top were rolled by a rolling pin, by RVO Rosa’s Designs

The flower imprint, left bottom cookies… Embossing sticks by Holly Products


There are tons of other details, but I try to post about most important equipment. If you see something and wish to know which tool was used, simply ask at comments section. Hope this is useful enough.

Once again, HAPPY WEEKEND!



Snoopy…pretty simple to make, if you have the cutter. I had purchased the cookie cutter at cheapcookiecutters COM

Bow…silicone mould by First Impressions
The red roof effect… by Patchwork Cutters.
For the edible pen, I prefer the Americolor brand…


Mario’s Cookies… the background effect is by a Wilton rolling pin…with spiral design (purple colored rolling pin)

Child faces…by a silicon mould (Karen Davies branded).
Bows…by another silicon mould (First Impressions branded)

Hair… hand made 🙂

The name imprint is by Staedter (Germany), product name Brigitte Keks…
Hope you like them!