I made some gingerbread gnome and mushroom sugar cookies.
I wanted to do something different so I painted my rolling pin with chalkboard paint.
I love how it turned out!
I saw the gnome cookies in an old Martha Stewart book and wanted to make them because they looked so cute & delicious!
I made the icing for the cookies and I added pearl candy to the mushrooms.
It was so much fun making the cookies because it reminded me of a fairy garden.
Gnome Sweet Gnome
Oh my gosh these are adorable!! Love your chalkboard rolling pin too... very clever! Wish they'd invented 'scratch 'n taste' monitors! :)ReplyDelete
I absolutely love them:) the mushrooms too..the rolling pin..!!My little grandsons love the movie Gnomeo and Juliet.They would find these awfully cute~ReplyDelete
The cookies look yummy but the rolling pin painted with chalk board paint is such a great idea!! Love it!!ReplyDelete
So cute! Love the mushrooms with the dots. xoReplyDelete
Aaahhh, they look adorable - and yummy!ReplyDelete
Your gnome cookies turned out great! I love the look of the gingerbread, and the little mushrooms are wonderful. Perfect gnome cookies!ReplyDelete
Love how the cookies turned out, and they do look delicious!
Cute rolling pin too. You are so creative!!
OH my....The cookies are soooooo adorable!!! I want to make some and not let anyone eat them and just use them for decor (I'm gnome/mushroom crazy)!! Ok, maybe just plain crazy....Also, your rolling pin is a genius idea!ReplyDelete
BTW where did you get the gnome cookie cutters?
adorable, and so yummy looking. I love gingerbread anything!ReplyDelete
That is so adorable!ReplyDelete
The rolling pin might be my favorite part!
I love these gnome cookies! Of course the rolling pin is great too.ReplyDelete
One of my Halloween ideas is for my whole family to dress up like garden gnomes. If only I could convince the 4 year old girl to do it ;)
such cuteness, jody! love the chalkboard roller, too!ReplyDelete
So cute and yummy too. Thanks for sharing at the All Star Block Party!ReplyDelete
Oh my gosh, those are so stinkin' cute!!! MUST make!!!ReplyDelete
: ) Kris
Where in the world did you find those cutters?! I MUST know!!ReplyDelete
OMG I am in LOVE with these!! Thanx for joining THT. I am your newest follower!:)ReplyDelete
Popped in from FMFPTY's THT.
So cute!! Love these!ReplyDelete
These are so CUTE!!!! :)ReplyDelete
Very cute, now wheredid you find te cookie cutters? You don't use the rolling pin for making cookies do you?ReplyDelete
Oh my gosh these are the cutest cookies ever! Too cute to eat... almost ;) I love the chalkboard rolling pin too! What great ideas. I would love if you shared this at my Throwback Thursday party. I hope to see you there and thanks for sharing! http://www.hubbymademe.com/throwback-thursday-no-7/ReplyDelete
These are soooo sweet!ReplyDelete
Those may be the cutest cookies ever!ReplyDelete
That is the cutest thing I have ever seen! And what a fun idea to celebrate gardens....Way too cute, and the most perfect thing to share at Foodie Friends Friday. Just a friendly reminder, don't forget to link back. Thank you so much for sharing.ReplyDelete
These are so stinkin cute! Especially the little mushrooms. Darling!ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing on The All Star Block Party!
How cute are these?! I love the rolling pin painted in chalkboard paint too!! Thanks for joining the Keep Calm and Link Up party this week! Hope to see you again next week!ReplyDelete
Barbara @ Chase the Star
So cute. Where did you get your cookie cutters? I also love the idea for painting the rolling pin with chalkboard paint. What a great picture prop. Thanks for sharing on Foodie Friends Friday. Newest follower.ReplyDelete
These are just too adorable! I love anything gnome. Where on earth did you find those cookie cutters? I've got to make some of these can I throw a whole party around them. Love from your newest follower, Whimsically Homemade!ReplyDelete
Oh so cute!! And I bet they are soooo fun to eat!ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for sharing this at The DIY Dreamer.. From Dream To Reality!
Oh my gosh, nothing like hanging with your gnomies! They are so cute and I love the mushrooms. I have to show these to my youngest daughter. When she was in college her and her friends rented a home that they named the 'gnome home'. It looked like a little cottage where a gnome might roam. Thanks for sharing your sweets with Share Your Cup.ReplyDelete
Thank you so much for sharing these adorable little cookies at my Throwback Thursday party! I hope to see you again this week :)ReplyDelete
I will feature these today at HSH! Thank you for joining me at Home Sweet Home!ReplyDelete
I love, love, love these cute little cookies! Thanks for sharing them with us ... I'm featuring you today!! :)ReplyDelete