Do you want to eat a Snowman? by nicolecampbell

Do you want to eat a Snowman?

Another shot of my cute melted Snowman Christmas cookies. We have three days of staff meetings starting tomorrow and I have made these to take to work.

Featured on the Trending Page 9 December 2014
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these look good, like the pov with this one too
December 9th, 2014  
These look great, hope to make them myself over the next few days, although I was going to do them with a sad face.
December 9th, 2014  
Adorable and so creative!!
December 9th, 2014  
They look great - nice shot
December 9th, 2014  
Sweet idea, yummy
December 9th, 2014  
so adorable and creative .... love them! fav
December 9th, 2014  
How pretty and well done. I had seen them in Pinterest, and they are cute.
December 9th, 2014  
So, so cute!! Love these, and the shallow DOF!
December 9th, 2014  
Very cool from this pov and love all the smiles!
December 9th, 2014  
They look amazing. Love them.
December 9th, 2014  
These are adorable! I should make some of these too!
December 9th, 2014  
These look yummy...and a great food shot of them!
December 9th, 2014  
Absolutely so cute!
December 10th, 2014  
OH!!! So cute!!!! How do you make them??? Instant smile! I absolutely love their grins and how you used DOF! Instant FAV!!!! I also appreciate how you took time to give them a little "personality"---some have pink buttons, some have silver buttons. Where may I get the recipe?----these would be perfect for our holiday potluck at work!
December 10th, 2014  
Awesome cookies, delicious shot!
December 10th, 2014  
these look good
December 11th, 2014  
have to fav this !
December 11th, 2014  
@sunshine365 - I used a traditional Christmas Cookie recipe, cut out the cookies using a scone cutter and then decorated them. I used royal icing and did an outline and then infilled with the icing. I melted the marshmallows in the microwave for approximately 8 seconds and placed them on top of the wet icing. I put the little 'buttons' on next and then when the icing had dried I used black icing for the arms, eyes and mouth and red icing for the nose. I did make a few with sad faces but they don't look as good as the happy faces. If you need a recipe for the cookie let me know, I can either email it to you if you would like to give me your email address or I can type it here for you. They are so fun. I also made Rudolph Cookies which are fun and easy, here is the recipe - http://www.bakers-corner.com.au/recipes/cookies/rudolph-cookies/
December 11th, 2014  
Love this! Very festive and great idea for cookies. :) FAV!
December 11th, 2014  
So cute! They would look so great on a platter at a holiday get-together!
December 11th, 2014  
Love the photo but love the subject as much. I am going to have to pinch this idea. My son adores marshmallows too.
December 11th, 2014  
Congrats on making the Popular page with this one. These are so cute!
December 12th, 2014  
@denisedaly - thanks Denise, they are too cute
December 12th, 2014  
These are so cute!
December 13th, 2014  
how delightful - you really make some gorgeous things in you kitchen
December 15th, 2014  
This is a terrific shot. I like you POV and composition. The little red noses on the guys set this picture apart. *Kudos*
February 20th, 2015  
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