Tuesday, 29 December 2009

Hand made sugary Christmas tree decorations

Handmade Christmas cookie decorations
Handmade Christmas cookie decorations
Handmade Christmas cookie decorations
Handmade Christmas cookie decorations
Fimo cookie stars
To go with my bought Christmas tree decorations I made some Fimo cookie shaped ones using cookie cutters. I baked them, varnished them and added a sprinkling of white glitter!

Have a sweet day!
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28 comments:

  1. Those ornaments are so... SWEET!!!! I just want to take a big bite out of them!!! :)
    Happy New year to you and yours,
    xo
    Christina

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  2. Fimo. So that means we can't eat them,right? I am so making some of these. **blows merry kisses** Deb

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  3. So pretty you'd almost want to keep them around all year! Your photos are amazing... I love the bright crisp colors!

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  4. Mmmmmmmmmmmm...very sweeeetttttttttt!Muakssssssssss

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  5. These are so cute! What a lovely idea...I once decorated my whole tree with homemade cookies...my dog ate every last one when we were out. Just the little ribbons were left hanging. Now it is funny...not so funny then. Hope your Christmas was amazing and that this week is filled with extra love as you head into 2010!

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  6. So yummy and cute!

    xo,
    Christina
    Fabulous Finds Gal

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  7. I think you must be the queen of the holiday sweet treats.

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  8. GORGEOUS, I love all the bright colours, so pretty.

    Love Koralee's story :)

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  9. They look good enough to eat!
    Blessings!

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  10. A great excuse to get the fimo out!!!

    Victoria xx

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  11. Oh they look so cute, an varnishing them means the christmas tree won't be bare due to mistakes in momments of hunger

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  12. So so cute! And they look like they'd taste wonderful too.

    Thanks for your comment on my blog; your blog is absolutely beautiful! I adore the photos. :)

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  13. Super cute!! I love them :) Thanks for sharing!
    xxx
    Giovanna
    www.bohomarket.blogspot.com

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  14. Perfect shapes and the very best of colors. Sweet.
    Maureen

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  15. These are the sweetest cookie treats ever - too bad I can't eat 'em! Your blog is such a daily inspiration for a whimsical girl like me. I always leave with a smile on my face. I feel so special knowing that you dropped by GirlWhimsy today and left such a divine comment. I hope you had a wonderful Christmas, too. And, here's to a blessed & prosperous year ahead!
    http://girlwhimsy.blogspot.com

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  16. so cute, cool and yummy!

    xo
    elyse

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  17. These are great honey! The colors really pop. Thanks for visiting yesterday and commenting on my Kat Von D post...hope you and your family have a great New Year! Kori xoxo

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  18. Torie!!
    Love your blog...found you on flickr:)

    Warm Hugs from Southern California!

    Kay Ellen

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  19. Such a gorgeous idea and such stunning colours - love them! xx

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  20. I love these. Especially the polka dotted heart! :)

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  21. I always mean to make some cookies for the tree,but never seem to get round to it.Next year maybe! Yours look soooo tempting.
    Thanks for dropping by...and lots of happy New Year wishes to you.

    Bellaboo x

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  22. Just the cutest!
    I am in awe of your creativity each time I visit.
    Hope you had a sweet Christmas and Happy New Year to you too.
    Lisa xx

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  23. oooo these look so cute! and yum... Homemade cookies look lovely on trees, I havnt made any yet tho.. always next year! ha,ha

    Priscilla x

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  24. How pretty and bright your cookies are! I love them!

    Hope your Christmas was divine and that 2010 brings you everything your heart desires!

    Hugs,
    Tamerie

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Thank you for your sweet comments. I love reading them all.