Soooooooo -- I have a (some) confession(s) to make -- I LOVE to make my kids' clothes into cookies.
Also, I may or may not have, on more than one occasion, purchased clothing for my children solely because I wanted to make them into cookies.
Also, there is a chance that I have a stack of clothing next to my cookie cutters that I intend to make into cookies before I let my children wear them. I'm just saying there's a chance.
Also - and this has nothing to do with the first three - my nearly 2 year-old daughter saw a vacuum in action for the first time in her life. She was terrified. Basically, I can never vacuum again. I've got to look out for my daughter and her happiness.
What I'm saying is that I have the cutest kids in the world and I have to make cookies to match. But I just make cookies to match their clothes. Because if I made matching hand cookies or something, that would be totally weird. And not at all appetizing. It would be closer to terrifying. Kind of like a vacuum. And I avoid vacuums if at all possible. (Obviously.)
This is not the first time I have made cookies that look like my kids' clothes. This isn't even the first time that I've made THESE clothes into cookies. But it IS the first time I used a white bowl to hold the cookies I made of my children's clothing. First time for everything, right?
I am IN LOVE with these little wet-on-wet daisies. I don't know why I don't make them more often. I think everyone should make them. Cross out whatever you have on your to-do list for tomorrow and make these. Or at least put it as #1 or #2, because I'm afraid you will lose your list before you get to them if you put it any further down than that.
You need some cookies. And 3 different colors of icing -- a base color, a petal color, and a center color. I use 12-15 count icing. If you outline and fill all of these colors need to be flood consistency. You also need toothpicks. NEED them. (PS -- Is there someone who makes cookies without these things? I don't know that I could do it.)