2017 Cookie Con Classes

Cookiecon 2017! My first time attending was the prior Cookiecon and now I’m hooked! I’ll be attending in March 8-11, 2017 again as a Pre-CookieCon instructor and as a vendor. If you are interested in taking any of my classes, class registration is completed here and through paypal, and not through CookieCon. Registration now open.


Elegant Cookies with Fondant

Fondant is a very versatile decorating media! In this hands on class, we’ll explore some of my favorite techniques to create elegant cookies. We’ll use various tools and molds to create lovely textures and designs. We’ll cover some lace effects such as brush embroidery, plaques, and ruffles. Finally, we’ll create an adorable mini cookie bouquet. A little scared of fondant taste? We’ll be sampling, and the results are delicious! All of the supplies are included. You’ll complete at least a half dozen decorated cookies. $110,  limited to 15 students. 

Wednesday March 8; 8:00 am-12:00 pm


Modern Metallic Easter Egg Cookies-FULL- ADD TO WAIT LIST AVAILABLE

In this hands-on class we will be using lots of different media to achieve shimmer and sparkle. Learn what is edible and what is not edible for use on cookies. Then put these edible shimmers to use while we decorate some fabulous Easter egg cookies using rolled fondant, frosting sheets, and royal icing. We’ll be using metallic and pearl sprays, dusts, paint, and more. All of the supplies are included. You’ll complete at least a half dozen decorated cookies. $110,  limited to 15 students. 

Wednesday March 8; 2:00 pm-6:00 pm




Learn how to decorate using buttercream. Pipe fabulous cookie that taste amazing! We’ll be piping ruffles, flowers, and much more. All of the supplies are included. You’ll complete at least a half dozen decorated cookies. $110,  limited to 15 students. 

Thursday March 9; 8:00 am-12:00 pm


How To Register:  To register, fill out the form below. Class spots are held in the order the forms are received.  Once the form is received, I will hold your spot and I will send you a paypal invoice. In order to reserve your spot in the class, you will have 24 hours to make your payment. Please note: Registering for my class does not get you a ticket into CookieCon. CookieCon tickets are sold separately. Class registration is on a first come, first serve basis. However; CookieCon attendees receive priority. For more information on CookieCon, visit

Cancellation Policy: Please cancel before February 1, 2017 to be issued a $100 refund (a $10.00 service fee is deducted as paypal charges me for every transaction). No refunds will be issued after February 1, 2017. In the unlikely event there is an emergency and I need to cancel, a full refund will be issued.

Do you have a question, or would you like more information? Email me at Please do not request to sign up for the classes through this email. Use the form above.

Painted Baby Cookies

Painted Baby Cookies


  • rocking horse cutter
  • bottle cutter
  • bib cutter
  • stroller cutter
  • lamb cutter
  • pacifier cutter
  • duck cutter
  • rattle cutter
  • run sugar icing
  • green, yellow and blue food coloring
  • food markers

Bake and cool cookies.  Use run sugar icing to outline and quickly fill in cookie.  Allow icing to completely harden.  Use food coloring thinned with water to paint designs on cookies.  Use black food marker to draw outlines.

Halloween Potion Bottles

Halloween Potion Bottles


  • cookie crafting kit
  • brown fondant
  • black food coloring
  • piping gel
  • printed edible images

Using the crafting kit, make a cutter that looks like a long necked bottle. Bake cookies. Color fondant. Using the same cutter that you did for cookies, cut out brown bottle images and black bottle caps. Attach fondant pieces to cookies with piping gel. Detail bottle cap with lines using a sharp knife. Attach edible image bottle labels using a damp brush.

Buttery Sugar Cookie Recipe


Buttery Sugar Cookie

After trying over 50 sugar cookie recipes, I found this one to be my absolute favorite. I love this basic sugar cookie recipe for many reasons. It taste great. It is simple with few ingredients. It will maintain it’s shape which makes the dough ideal for molding. You must chill the dough for a couple hours (or overnight is great) or it will be very sticky to work with.

  • 1 cup Butter, softened
  •  1 3-ounce package cream cheese, softened
  • 3/4 cup sugar
  • 1 egg
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla
  • 3 cups all purpose flour

In large mixer bowl combine all cookie ingredients, except flour. Beat at medium speed, scraping bowl often until creamy. Reduce speed to low; add flour. Beat, scraping bowl often, until well mixed. Divide dough into 2 equal portions; wrap in plastic wrap and refrigerate unitl firm (at least 2 hours). Heat oven to 350°. Roll out on lightly floured surface OR parchment paper. Bake for 7 to 10 minutes or until edges are very lightly browned. Remove from cookie sheets; cool completely.