Sunday, June 19, 2011

Toile cookies



I love the color pink.  I love toile.  I really love PINK TOILE. The peaceful pastoral scenes filled with charming people, animals, and graceful trees, has me at hello.  Every time I am at Sweetology 101 blog I swoon over the background.   It may have been a crazy idea to attempt toile design cookies, but then I never claimed to be sane.

As you might imagine, its a little tricky.  A cookie is a bit unforgiving if you get a nose wrong or eyes out of alignment.  One slip of the tip can make a lovely lady look like Adolf Hitler - I speak from experience.  As I have mentioned before, I do not have a Kopy Kake.  My house is very small.  If I had one it would have to do double duty as an end table or night stand.

 I'm sort of happy with how they turned out.  The lady in top cookie looks a bit like Elly Patterson from the cartoon strip For Better or For Worse.  This was not on purpose. 





See what I mean?  After the pinks, I decided to use up some left over blue and brown.  Another color combo I love in toile.  This time I used a larger tip. 




Hmmmm.  Next attempt I will go back to the smaller tip, and I think adding some sort of border would be nice.   What are your favorite colors in toile?  Maybe I will try it out!

I am linking with
The Charms of Home
Sugar Bananas
French Country Cottage
My Romantic Home
Foodie Friday
Something Swanky
Between Naps on the Porch
Somewhat Simple
Brambleberry Cottage
A Fine Craft Guild
Blue Cricket Design
Carolyn's Homework
Skip to My Lou
Sugar Bee Crafts
Today's Creative Blog
A Stroll Through Life
Sweetology 101
Lady Katherine's Tea Parlor
Martha's Favorites
Rose Chintz Cottage
Comin Home

The Girl Creative

Making the World Cuter

Melt in your Mouth Monday

Sumo Sweet Stuff

Bacon Time with the Hungry Hypo

I Heart Naptime

The Tablescaper

Sweet as Sugar

Pink Saturday

25 comments:

  1. I think they look great, that's a lot of work:@)

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  2. Wow...these are just so beautiful. I think they would be unique and beautiful for a baby shower.

    Visiting (and following) from Sweet as Sugar Cookies.

    Blessings,
    Pamela

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  3. OMG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! These are absolutely amazing...NO....INSANELY amazing. You have such a crazy talent. This made my day.

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  4. HOLY COW...I just realized you were inspired off MY BLOG....well jeepers sweet friend....that made my heart grow three sizes!! The background is from smitten blog design!!! It makes me feel pretty good to read that considering I come HERE to get inspired.

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  5. You are so incredibly talented! I'm your newest follower, and I can't wait to see what's next!

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  6. these are beautiful! though i do wish i could have a bite! such a beautiful posting for pink saturday. i am going to follow you for more beauty... xo

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  7. I love the blue and brown, I am kinda obsessed with that color combo right now. The pink and white are so pretty and soft, I love it.

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  8. These cookies are almost too pretty to eat - Almost! Thanks for sharing your beautiful work!

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  9. Your cookies are just beautiful! Thanks for sharing and have a great week!
    Miz Helen

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  10. Oh my goodness, how lovely!! I love toile in nave and white, and I have beige and white toile wallpaper. I think a dark background with white over top would be beautiful!!
    Amazing piping! Did you use a supa-0 tip, or 00?

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  11. Oh my, you are so creative! What artistic cookies you make...lovely!!!

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  12. Insanely genius idea- loooooove it !

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  13. Oh my but you have amazing patience! The cookies are gorgeous! I have never seen anything like this and you did a fabulous job on them! I like both colorways, but love the pink most. Red and cream toile is one of my favorite colors too.
    Hugs,
    Terri

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  14. Oh my, your toile cookies are too cute! I also adore toile and pink, and together, even better! You did a fabulous job decorating those cookies and they are almost too pretty to eat! I am so happy you have shared your pretty cookies with Tea Time. A delightful post! Have a lovely day.

    Blessings,
    Sandi

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  15. Those are just the most elegant cookies! How pretty! I would be so proud to make something like that and never would I have thought of it. LoL! Thanks so much for linking to Comin' Home.

    xo
    Donna

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  16. Wow! These look wonderful. How neat to be served these and be able to snack at an elegant tea. Thanks so much for bringing your gorgeous cookies to Seasonal Sundays.

    - The Tablescaper

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  17. Sort of happy?!?!? These are little works of art...truly beautiful!

    ~Nancy

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  18. Wow, these are awesome. You have a steady hand :-) I would love to make these, but it's way beyond my skills! Thanks for sharing and giving me the inspiration to try them at some point!

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  19. Hi, I am at Trish's party for the first time and very late at getting to some of you. Sorry. I am so happy I stopped. Never have I seen cookies like this. Obviously you are artistic and yes that does look like Ellie from For Better or Worse, only 1 or 2 strips I read in the Sunday paper. Me, I am a purple girl. Never thought there was purple toile, but have seen it on a few blogs. Grape flavored purple writing! I would think this is a unique concept and you could start a business for parties and such. Very impressive. Blessings.

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  20. You are super talented! I could never decorate them...they look amazing! Thank you for sharing.Blessings My Friend,

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  21. You have some beautiful cookies here! I could not make these. I love the name of your blog too, it's obviously enchanted! Thanks for linking it up at Home Sweet Home!

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