Tuesday, April 30, 2013

The new Fancy Flours catalog

Do any of you get the Fancy Flours catalog? I finally placed an order from them not long ago (a small teapot cookie cutter), so now I'm on their mailing list and happy every time a new catalog arrives!

If I ever get serious about my stitching again, I think it would be great fun to hold a sewing-themed tea party. Aren't these treats delightful? I especially like the spool of thread cookies at left. I love how the icing looks like individual threads.

But what I really wanted to show you was their new Blue Willow wafer papers! Now yes, I've heard of these edible papers that you apply to iced sugar cookies, but I must confess I'm scared to give them a try. Any of you have experience with this technique? I think these are just the prettiest sugar cookies ever, and eventually I simply must give them a try!

12 comments:

  1. The wafer papers look very interesting. I've been noticing a variety of cookies on Pinterest that are made with them. Lovely effects.

    LaDonna
    Gracious Hospitality

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  2. I think wafer paper is what some of the bakeries use to put a scene or photo of your own on a cake. I'd love to put them on some sugar cookies, it would save so much time from icing.
    Judith

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  3. OMGoodness!!!! The Blue Willow papers. I must try them!! I must. Thank you for showing them to us.
    xoxox Ruthie

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  4. I first learned about this company through an tea E-group I belong to. I've visited their website, but I've never placed an order, so I haven't received their catalog. They offer so many creative things for tea time. You've inspired me to place an order so I'll get a catalog!

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  5. Wow! I don't know if I could eat those cookies! They are beautiful!

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  6. I haven't tried the wafer paper, but so very tempted. They would be perfect for a tea party I am planning later this year. Let us know if you try them.

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  7. OH so pretty!

    Oh my gosh!!

    Our women's club (from which I am an officer) has an interest group called Nifty Needlers - they get together at least once a month to work on group or individual projects.

    I have to share this with the interest group leader - she will love that sewing stuff!

    Thanks, Angela!!

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  8. I've never heard of this catalog but it looks great. Thanks for bringing it to my attention.

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  9. The wafer papers are extremely easy to use and the results are beautiful. Don't hesitate to try them.

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  10. How pretty are these cookies? I am impressed, Joanie

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