Saturday, September 17, 2011

Halloween!!

I think it's safe....I know its still more than a few weeks away....but I can't wait another second!!!!


IT'S GLITTER SEASON!!!!!!



Halloween, fall, then all the fabulous wintertime holidays....

All perfectly good excuses for GLITTER!!!!

Every year I watch Martha Stewart and her buckets of glitter making everything sparkle.

Pumpkins, pinecones, gourds, squash....you name it.  That woman goes through more glue in one holiday than kindergarten classes use in a whole school year.

I've tried glittering a few things here and there...but really...it's never worth the mess.  Everything sparkles for weeks.  It sticks to tables, couches, floors, children....

Unless.....






You Can EAT the Glitter!!!!!

Sparkly, sprinkly, fabulously crunchy, sugary...

Glitter!!!!!







I have no idea what little baby ghosties have to do with glittery pumpkins.
I just like them.

Way too cute to be scary in any way.








All wrapped up and looking for a home!


By the way....Halloween Cookies now available at The Flower Girl!!!

Thanks for stopping by,

Lizy B

15 comments:

  1. These are adorable! I love the glitter! I linked to you from Sweets for a Saturday! Thanks!

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  2. Are you kidding me? Edible glitter! That's fabulous!! I looove all things sparkly, and it's even better if you can eat it. :) I'm hosting a Fall Snack Challenge this week and I would LOVE for you to link up these sparkly pumpkins! So fun!

    http://oneartmama.blogspot.com/2011/09/falling-for-crafts-challenge-2.html

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  3. I love these! I'm a huge fan of pumpkin-shaped cookies. Yours are absolutely gorgeous! I'd like to invite you to share them on Sweet Indulgences Sunday.

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  4. Here's the link:
    http://www.wellseasonedlife.com/2011/09/sweet-indulgences-sunday-22.html

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  5. Those are seriously adorable!!! I love them! I read through lots of your posts and am totally in awe of your incredible work!! I'm so jealous! Do you have any tutorials on how to frost the cookies? or have a favorite site that teaches you? *I'm your newest follower!!

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  6. Thanks everyone!!
    @Stephanie-I've only done one step-by-step tutorial so far...its over at frosting for the cause

    http://www.frostingforthecause.com/2011/09/elizabeths-rosie-ribbon-sugar-cookies/

    Hopefully I'll get around to a full tutorial soon!
    Until then I've listed some of my favorite blogs on my 'blogs I love' page. There are some really fabulous ladies there who have done a great job with their pics and videos.
    Karen's Cookies is another fabulous resource.
    happy Baking!!

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  7. SO cute!!! I can't wait to make these with my daughter! - also loving keep calm and carry on-

    Consider me a follower!!

    scrapproject365.blogspot.com

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  8. Great!! Thanks so much Lizy! I will have to check them out!! I'm so envious of your work!!
    gatheredinthekitchen.com

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  9. What cute cookies! The little ghosts are adorable!
    Quilting by the River

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  10. gorgeous. I have been blog hopping a lot ovately and I've found a plethora of poorly made projects. It is nice to see someone whose work is top notch and adorable as well.

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  11. I LOVE that you only used the sugar on every other section. PERFECT!!

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  12. The pumpkins and ghosts look perfect and great together!

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