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One of our ‘big sister projects’ this week was to make Evie Onesie Cookies for Keadryn and Sayla to take to their preschool classes.
This little project was a winner on so many fronts-
1- The cookie recipe from Green Cattle Beef is fabulous. If you roll it out nice and thin, the cookie cutter cutouts don’t lose their shape. And the cookies are DELICIOUS. If you don’t have a good sugar cookie recipe- this is the one for you for sure!
2- After trying this icing recipe from Our Best Bites, I will never use another. Ever. I always felt like a bit of a poser as a crafty person because I couldn’t get my act together to make perfectly iced sugar cookies (do any of you have this problem? They’re not as easy as the seem!). I have tried more icing recipes than I can tell you, and even thought that perhaps I could make some of them work. But this recipe changed everything for me. It’s perfectly perfect. If you’ve sworn off sugar cookies because of a bad experience with the icing, it is time to try again, friend. Get back on that horse.
3- Keadryn and Sayla LOVED making these cookies as a way to celebrate Evie with their friends; it was a terrific project to take on together. And have I mentioned how much I love hanging out with these girls? They are spunky and hilarious and such sweethearts. I just love spending time with them!
4- All tied up with ribbon and a teensy, tiny birth announcement, these onesie cookies were the epitome of sweet. The ladies at the girls’ preschool thought we bought them at a local bakery. Nope, we’re just really good at sugar cookies, thanks (and thank goodness for the gals at Green Cattle Beef and Our Best Bites!).
***You guys are so cute (and so on top of it) to let us know the tags say 2001. For security, we always switch up the info on our work before we put it on the internet (you might’ve noticed that the invites we put on here always have the wrong info on them as well). Any birth announcement you see on here will have incorrect information on it. 🙂 Thanks though!