May 6, 2013

Lots and Lots of Autism Cookies

April has come and gone...
 
and I am a little sad to see it go.
 
During April....
 
I made LOTS AND LOTS
 
of Autism Cookies.
 
I know you might be a little
sick of seeing
Autism Posts
and
Autism Cookies.
 
But guess what?
 
MY BLOG....MY RULES!
 
So...here are some pictures of
some of the cookies I did last month.
 
 
 
25 dozen of these little beauties.
 
 
6 of these fun boxes to Autism events around the country.
 
 

 
8 Dozen of these huge Puzzle Ribbon Cookies!



 
36 dozen of these fun mini puzzle cookies to an
event on Long Island!


 

 
6 dozen of these large puzzle cookies to
a bake sale for Cookies for iPads.


 
How amazing are these cutters?
 
They are a Plastics in Print creation.
 
Patrick has been working with me for months,
to get me the PERFECT puzzle cutter.
 
Now...to the normal, non puzzle obsessed person, this
might seem like a simple task, but to me,
well, let's just say, I am
VERY PICKY!
 
I needed a cutter that looked good, like a
"typical puzzle piece"
 
BUT
 
I needed it functional too.
 
I make a TON of puzzle cookies,
and I needed this cutter to work,
and work well, and give me the
ability to make cut out these cookies
QUICKLY, I don't have time to struggle
with little "tabs" on the side, so
 
Patrick made me
3 different cutter, before we got it right.
 
Patrick is AMAZING!
 
He made me a large 3.5 inch one
and a smaller 2.5 inch one
and a mini is in the works now.
 
So..
 
Thank you Patrick!
 
You made me a very happy
puzzle cookie obsessed baker!
 


 
And finally, just this Saturday,
I mailed off an order of
4 dozen mini puzzle piece cookies to
North Dakota.
 

 
There you go,
my life last month in
Cookies!
 
I am so sad to see it go,
it was a lot of work,
but so much fun.
 
I pray I will get the chance to make
more puzzle piece cookies soon,
because they make me so happy!
 
Until next time
 
Hugs,
 
 
 

7 comments:

  1. You have been busy busy busy!! I amazed at your energy. Doing a month of blog posts, baking and taking care of a family. Amazing! Tell Patrick to list some more of those puzzle cutters in his shop- cause I want them!! It was great fun participating with you this month and hope we can do it again!

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  2. I would like to make mini puzzle piece jewelry but having trouble finding a mold and not working well to free hand. What size are your mini cookies? Wondering if I would also be able to buy a mold?

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  3. Hi Renee! I looked and there are several puzzle molds on Etsy, here is a link to them

    https://www.etsy.com/search?q=puzzle%20piece%20mold&ship_to=US

    Here is a link to the mini puzzle cutter that I have used also

    http://www.coppergifts.com/cookie-cutters/pc/Mini-Tiny-Puzzle-Piece-Cookie-Cutter-4p5209.htm

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  4. These are so cute! What a great way to spread awareness!

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  5. Where did you get the puzzle piece gift boxes? Thanks for your blog...your cookies are cute!

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  6. Where did you get the puzzle piece gift boxes? Thanks for your blog...your cookies are cute!

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    1. Hi Mark&Lisa
      I got those puzzle piece boxes at the Dollar Spot at Target several years ago, around back to school time, but have not been able to find them since then. I love them and would love to find more, but sadly, I have not seen them since. Thanks for stopping by, and have a blessed day.
      Kim

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