Thursday, 12 January 2017

Cat Cookies for the Honeykitten




Just before Christmas it's the Honeykitten's birthday. Because of this, she often doesn't get the best of cookie sets, as I'm all cookied out from the seasonal orders. It's very unfair. This year I decided to remedy that. As cats are naturally her faourite animals, I made her these three, using gold and silver to add a little winter sparkle.

Saturday, 10 December 2016

Spicy Sugar Cookie Recipe and Gingerbread Houses

Town scene made of gingerbread, chocolate and vanilla decorated cookies, by Honeycat Cookies


Just in time for Christmas, here it is, the spicy version of my shortbread style sugar cookie recipe.

Thursday, 24 November 2016

Thursday, 15 September 2016

Wedding Favours: Cats in the Window




I recently had the pleasure of creating a design for wedding favour cookies featuring the bride and groom's two cats. The design needed to include both cats, and room for names and date.

Friday, 5 August 2016

Peacock Feather Cookie Tutorial




I recently had the opportunity to create a set of peacock feather cookies for my step-daughter's wedding. I've wanted to try my hand at these for ages, and thought it would be a doddle. Lovely colours, lots of lustre dust.

Monday, 25 July 2016

A Deep, Dark, Woodfull of Gruffalo Cookies!

Full set of decorated Gruffalo cookies and photo by Honeycat Cookies


I recently had a request to create a small set of Gruffalo cookies. It seemed fairly obvious that I should handpaint the designs after the illustrations for the book, but I wanted to make them a little different, or original somehow.

Sunday, 24 April 2016

Elvis on a Biscuit with Really Edible, Really Glittery Glitter!

Elvis glitter and quote cookies and photo by Honeycat Cookies

















I absolutely love glitter on cookies. When I first started out, disco dust (and glitters like it, such as this) was still being sold as 'edible' and I happily used it (and ate it) in large quantities. Then The Authorities (in the UK) realised that it was, strictly speaking, not an edible product, as it is not digested and has no nutritional value, and therefore couldn't be sold as such.