Saturday, July 11, 2009

Two Peas in a Pod

2 peas in a pod 1
I've made Pea in the Pod cookies before, but last week, I was really excited to get to make TWO peas in a pod!

These little babies went off to a baby shower...

2 peas in a pod

The idea of twins has always sounded so fun to me. Maybe that's because I don't have them? ;) My Papa was a twin, though, and I thought that was the neatest thing!
papa with uncle joe & mom
{My grandfather, Jack, on the right with his twin on the left and their mom. Thank you, Emily for uploading these old pictures!}

2 peas in a pod closer
Little Sweet Peas!

Here are links to a few more baby cookie ideas:

25 comments:

  1. I love the detailing on these cookies. The heart shaped mouths and the vine tendrils....so lovely!

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  2. These cookies almost make me want twins-almost!

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  3. Those areso cute! I'm a twin.

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  4. Thanks for stopping by my blog the other day!!! I've always wanted twins! These cookies are toooo cute!! I recently made a baby scrapbook for a mom expecting triplets... I used some cute pea stickers and "3 peas in a pod" on one of the layouts. Your cookies are cuter, though. Blessings!!

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  5. I have twin boys! I also have a singleton girl. You don't want twins. :)

    Your twin peas are too cute.
    ~ingrid

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  6. I have always loved your pea in a pod cookies but two peas in a pod even better!!!! Wonderful job as always! What a lucky mommy to be expecting twins AND get these cookies from you!!!

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  7. Oh, Bridget, these are ADORABLE!!! I have a baby shower in two weeks and would love to order some if you change your mind about working for hire and not just hobby.

    You truly have a gift! I am so pleased you share that talent with all of us blog readers. Many people wouldn't want to give out their "secrets" but you are generous with your tips and techniques.

    Thanks!
    Beverly

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  8. How cute! these cookies are adorable. It seems we re both on a twin wavelength since I posted twins too.
    BTW I m a twin.

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  9. So precious! I can't wait until I have a reason to make these!

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  10. You're cookies are adorable! I love coming to your blog for the pictures alone! Now, if I could taste 'em without baking them...mmmmm, yummy!:)

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  11. Hi Beverly...check the upper left sidebar and you can click over to my etsy shop. :)

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  12. I LOVED SEEING JOE AT CHURCH AFTER PAPA PASSED AWAY- IT WAS LIKE SEEING PAPA :) LOVE THE OLD PHOTO AND LOVE THE CUTE PEA PODS :)

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  13. this is just pure awesome, so well crafted and so awesome beautiful, just drooled my eyes! :)

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  14. Yikes twins!!! I don't know how those mom's do it!!!
    Love the cookies and the picture of Papa!

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  15. I adore these! You do amazing work!!! This just made me so happy to see! <3

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  16. How cute!! I love the little heart-shaped smiles. :-)

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  17. hi bridget! i apologize for being so absent recently. i see you keep doing the cutest cookies around. these are so adorable. they always have a fun touch to them. so so cute!

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  18. These are my favorite cookies you make. I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE! this cutter and have searched for it everywhere. So cute!

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  19. i, too, love the heart shaped mouths. overall, perfect cookie for a new set of twins!

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  20. Love the pea pod cookies! Am putting together a baby shower for my sister, and she's having twins girls. I would love to make these cookies for the party. If I may ask, where did you find the pea pod cookie cutter I've been going crazy trying to find them. The theme for the party is two peas in a pod.

    Thank you

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  21. Yesenia...my husband made this cutter for me. :)

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  22. Oh, your hubby needs to train mine! I am DYING to make this type of cookie! They are gorgeous!!!

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  23. Twins sound delightful and frightful all at once - i'm nowhere near babyland yet... one day. These cookies are amazing, and showcase clear talent.

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  24. Where can I find the cutter you used for the Peas in a pod cookies? I'm in Florida & would love to make some of these!

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    1. My husband actually made it from another cutter. You can always use a template....just use the search bar on the right to find info on making one. :)

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