Monday, November 12, 2012
You know, I'm never quite sure if I'm giving enough credit or homage to the bloggers, bakers and creative souls who share their recipes and designs to us online. I always reference whomever shared a recipe or design I reblog. I hope knowing they're inspiring others gives those that share a sense of accomplishment at being amazing and awesome.
I say this now because this adorable design is an almost exact replica of these gorgeous tombstone cookies (which you can buy!) from sugarandflour on Etsy. (Except mine are less professional or beautiful!) I used the large Wilton tombstone cutter so these were really two normal sized cookies in one. Now, some explanation:
In the federal government, the fiscal year runs from October 1 through September 30. So once a fiscal year (FY) is over, we celebrate! Good riddance! My office usually has an end-of-year breakfast party. My mom's office decided to have a RIP Fiscal Year 2012 party. I was asked to make some cookies for it and I was happy to because they're kinda Halloween-ish and this is my FAVORITE holiday ever.
This is the first cookie platter I've done and I was really happy with the whole graveyard thing. AND the green filler stuffing (I MEAN, grass) worked perfectly at padding the cookies and keeping the icing from breaking. Yay!
So here lies so and so. Thank you to sugarandflour for sharing such a wonderful design!