Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Frosting for the Cause: Sunflower Cookies

Today ( Jan.26) I am guest posting on "Frosting for the Cause".  Paula of Vanilla Bean Baker is the mastermind behind this inspired, year-long project to bring attention to women's cancers and raise money in the process.  Click HERE to view my post (with tutorial), read my tribute, and see what the project is all about!  Perhaps you can sign up:)
It has been a pleasure to participate in this creative project that raises money for cancer and I encourage everyone to take this opportunity to sign up and decorate for a good cause!  It works for me!

This post is linked to "Works for Me Wednesday" and Tidymom's, " I'm Lovin' it Fridays!".
To bring more attention to this great cause I am also linked up to "Tasty Tuesdays"  and Sweets for a Saturday .

40 comments:

  1. Another gorgeous cookie. I made crowns and hearts and snowflakes yesterday, but nothing as perfect as yours!

    Wonderful cause! Have another great January day my creative friend!

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  2. What a beautiful bright cookie, I think it was a great choice for your guest post.

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  3. What a pretty cookie! Reminds me of spring. I can't wait for spring to get here since its snowy day after snowy day right now.

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  4. I just went to see the post. It looks wonderful and cookies are beautiful.
    I love your choice of cookie shape for the guest post.

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  5. I LOVE NO FAIL SUGAR COOKIES! They are the only kind of sugar cookies that I make.

    The sunflowers are beautiful!

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  6. Your cookie is beautiful and what a great cause!!!

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  7. You are so talented at decorating! My wobbly hands could never do this :).

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  8. Really Nice! Such an important cause as well!

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  9. Great job, as always you are so talented.

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  10. I love your sunflower cookies so much! Those colors are so vivid!

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  11. Those are so pretty. Your decorating skills amaze me.

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  12. One of the cutest, prettiest cookies you've ever made.. and you always make adorable cookies! I'm so proud of you! :)

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  13. such gorgeous cookies! i love those popping colors!

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  14. Oh wow that is gorgeous!!! I wish I could make beautiful cookies like that.

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  15. Sue, the cookies are really pretty! I read about 'frosting for the cause' a while ago and would have definitely participated if it weren't for geographic constraints!

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  16. Hi Sue-These are happy cookies. I have to go check out that site. What a wonderful reason to bake:)

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  17. Finally it all falls into place. I know you, but I dont always connect...DUH CALLYE!!! Just call this the cookie that made it clear!!! I remember!!! I thought these were gorgeous. Big lol, I suddenly had second thoughts after seeing these about mine =)

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  18. Sue, have you ever thought of opening up a cookie business? Your decorated cookies are so amazing! :o

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  19. Oh wow that is gorgeous!!! Sue, Your decorating skills amaze me wish i was so good at it! That is a Wonderful cause and i have started one such cause in my country. =)

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  20. I love sunflowers ^_* your decoration is fantastic!
    A hug
    Sonia

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  21. Those cookies are just adorable! What a wonderful cause -- I'll have to check it out.

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  22. Great job Sue! They are big cookies, WOW :)

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  23. Hi Suzanne ~ Just wanted to thank you so very much for your wonderful guest post and your beautiful cookies. Your commitment to this project is so greatly appreciated and I cannot tell you how grateful I am for your participation. Thank you again for signing on and for linking your post to other sites. Very sweet of you to do so.

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  24. That's very kind of you. These sunflowers are so bright and pretty. What a great cookie for a good cause! Well done, Sue.

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  25. Beautiful cookie! Wonderful of you to bake for such a good cause! The food blogging community is full of awesome women!

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  26. Salutes to these beautiful sunflower cookies and your generosity!

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  27. What a great cause Sue! these flowers are gorgeous!!

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  28. What beautiful cookies! I'm heading over to take a look at your post. I'm glad you linked up to Tasty Tuesdays.
    Alissa

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  29. So Cute! I love the cookie cutter, where did you get it!?

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  30. Gorgeous cookies for a wonderful cause. I love the little details.

    Stopping by from Saturday Sweets linky.

    Bibi @ Frugal WannaBe Cooks

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  31. These caught my eye - they are adorable! And what an awesome way to support the fight against women's cancer. Awesome!

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  32. Stopped by via Sweets for a Saturday! Love these cookies, and what a great cause!

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  33. I love, love, love (no not just really like) LOVE sunflowers and these are the cutest cookies I have ever seen. Great job on decorating them, but they might be too cute to eat!! Did I mention I love them???

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  34. I definitely need to learn some decorating tips from you. Maybe if I keep looking at your pictures, I'll finally be able to get my stuff to look as pretty as yours.

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  35. I just found your blog from Montreal Confections link. :) I love what I've seen so far. Your sunflowers are gorgeous. And your children are precious. I have five children too....but they are all grown up, almost all adults. It is nice to meet you. :)

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