Sunday, June 24, 2012

Vintage Vixen cookies





No, these are not autobiographical cookies.  
Well, maybe the vintage part.  
Actually, I made this batch of cookies for a darling young cousin of mine



 who is opening a boutique that not only features vintage goods, but is also an




that will feature local artists.  What a fantastic idea!




And I had a hey day riffing off of Molly's logo, and coming up with vintage inspired cookie designs.  Along with the gingham plaid, I added some black vintage lace.




Very Dita Von Teese.
Every vixen needs a flower or two, and what is more old fashioned than a daisy?




And then I jumped on the TRENDY BANDWAGON, and did the cute pennant banner look,



and then some owls and poodles.



I also tossed in some little cookies - some with sanding sugar, some with polka dots, and some with two V's.


So, if  you are looking for a fun new shopping experience in Warsaw Illinois, stop by the 
VINTAGE VIXEN and say hi to Miss Molly!



P.S. She also does killer hair and makeup!



8 comments:

  1. Lisa, I was getting so excited. thinking I have got to take a ride over there in PA, and figuring if the gallery will feature local artists, well, you would qualify! As I read further, I see it is in Illinois! Oh well, I do wish to visit Chicago in the near future. Have no idea if this place is close to Chicago, but the cookies are awesome, as always! xo

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  2. These cookies are amazing!!! Made my mouth water just seeing them! I see that artistry runs in Molly's family! What a talented bunch of ladies you are! So happy for Molly's new venture. Anything she does turns out amazing!

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  3. I am in awe! These cookies are awesome. Did I say I was in AWE!
    You are really an artist with a cookie cutter and icing bag. I love the black lace.
    Thanks for sharing these beautiful creations.
    I am a new follower. Pleas come by for a visit.
    Ginger :)

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  4. You never cease to amaze me! These are dynamite ~ and the colors are perfect for "me". ;) Seriously, I don't know how you do it but I'm sure she was absolutely thrilled! Wish I were closer, I'd love to visit her shop...and you.

    xo
    Pat

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  5. Gorgeous collection - how amazing for her opening! Congrats to her and best of luck!

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  6. Yummy! These cookies look almost too pretty to eat! Notice that I said "almost" ;)

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  7. Way too pretty to eat!! I'm so hungry for them now!!
    I can't wait to see your store!!
    - Allie G.

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