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These are so gorgeous! Thanks for sharing at Our Sunday Best Showcase!

Gorgeous as always....love everything you do...xo

I have not been reading too many blogs recently and just found yours again - realized how much I enjoy it!!! we are getting rewady to break ground on our home so I really enjoyed your Christmas pictures .. especially the staircase one - even though you were doing a breakdown!

Oh Lisa! I adore these cookies! I am the worst at piping a straight line and am so impressed with how beautifully yours turned out!! And of course the packaging is très jolie!

Beautiful as always!!



Very cute! I have a cookie recipe that doesn't spread at all, and it would work great with this idea. These look terrific!

I bought an Eiffel Tower cookie cutter last month to use to make cookies this month for an Eiffel Tower themed birthday for my daughter! I love seeing how you did yours in pink and white, because those are the same colors I want to use. I have seen them done in black icing, but I am not a fan of the taste of black icing, plus the birthday girl love pink :)

Icing is very difficult for me, though--I always have trouble getting it to come out at all. It never wants to pipe for me. I will be trying again, though. I think I'll try royal icing again (it has been years).

I was thinking of making a batch of chocolate cookies for the base on mine.

You did a beautiful job!

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