Friday, December 24, 2010

BAA humbug

{subtitle: cookies inspired by sheets}
Here's a sign you've become cookie obsessed.  When you're looking at sheets in the Garnet Hill catalog and think..."now, that would be a cute cookie."

{I think Meaghan from The Decorated Cookie is genius at transforming things into cookies: breakfast, jean pockets, donuts...}

My favorite part of this cookie? The scarf. :)
I sure hope Santa likes them!

{PS...I promise these are my last "play on word" cookies involving sheep.}
You guys have a very merry Christmas!!!  I hope your holidays are filled with laughter and love and all things SWEET!

48 comments:

  1. Merry Christmas! These are adorable & look really good!

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  2. Those are adorable! i need to learn to have patience to create something that cute!

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  3. you are too much, Bridget! LOVE THEM!

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  4. Merry Christmas to you and your family, Bridget!! Congrats on MS's blog...

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  5. Those are adorable! I want those sheets :)

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  6. I seriously was drooling over sheets in the magazines (ads) at my folks over Thanksgiving. Thinking... how can I make those into cookies?!?!? Then you go and do it!!

    Awesome job girl!

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  7. Those are seriously adorable. Your blog never ceases to amaze me and inspire me. :)

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  8. Merry Merry Christmas Bridget!!!! Love ya!

    xox
    Jen

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  9. So creative and cute! Thought for a second they might be reindeer in sheep's clothing! LOL
    Merry Christmas Bridget, looking forward to reading Bake at 350 in the New Year.

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  10. wishing you a very happy holiday & thank you for all the great posts & tutorials!
    peace, joy, good health to you & your family!

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  11. These are way too cute! Merry Christmas!

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  12. I love the scarf! Merry Christmas!

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  13. ♥Merry Christmas♥
    These are too cute!!!!

    xoxo
    Ai

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  14. haha these are adorable. My intitials are actually bah so everyone calls me that and I have gotten many sheep gifts because of this, I cant wait to make these.

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  15. These sheet sheep are so cute! Great job with the decorating & happy holidays to you! Merry Christmas :) XO

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  16. Very cute cookies!!!

    Oh...and I want to thank you Bridget for inspiring me to take on my first cookie decorating project! I made them yesterday..So much fun! I think I've watched your University of Cookie videos a hundred times just to make sure I'll get it right. Thanks again!

    Merry Christmas! =)

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  17. Bridget, these are the cutest sheep ever! Happy Christmas to my sweet cookie friend.

    xoxo,
    Gail

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  18. How cute! You're right. The scarf is the best part! Merry Christmas!

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  19. very cute :-)
    wish ya merry christmas

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  20. These are too cute. My husband saw them and said that they looked like sheep from a "Wallace and Grommit" movie; which is a compliment.

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  21. Merry Christmas! Love the title on this one! And the scarf is really adorable :)

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  22. These look the prettiest cookies I have seen in this season.Very yummy looking and beautiful artwork! Merry Christmas and Season Greetings!

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  23. these are gorgeous, perfect for a New Zealand christmas!

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  24. This is cute! Since Christmas is over, I wish you a prosperous new year! Happy baking!

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  25. Oh my!! These are the cutest cookies ever. You are so creative.

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  26. I am so ordering these cookies for Christmas next year!

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  27. where in the world did you get a cookie cutter to match your inspiration?!? or did you end up making it yourself? either way, completely adorable.

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  28. These are the cutest! I am with you too..I look at children's books and swear that I am going to make all the characters into cookies :)

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  29. When I first saw this title I was like, "No! There's no way that BRIDGET is not a fan of Christmas", but then I clicked over and it made sense.

    Then, the second thing I thought is "sheets", what is she talking about?! I wasn't thinking sheets I was thinking it must be a store or a person. But, again,it all made sense once I kept reading.

    You are too clever, Bridget!

    I made some of your cookies (and frosting!) for Christmas and I can't wait to share that post on my blog!

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  30. My goodness, those are absolutely precious. Wish I had stumbled across this a few days ago, but there is nothing wrong with a dragging out the holidays a little longer with some cookie love.

    that being said, if you are ever interested in learning how to perfect cookies or any other pastries, like really perfect them, check out my site for some helpful tips :)

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  31. Oh my goodness, I just noticed you mentioned little ole moi! You rock! And so do cutie pie sheep cookies!

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  32. These cookies are faaaaabulous (spoken with a sheep accent). Love 'em!

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  33. Thank you! I just ordered the sheets, well, pillow cases, (on sale now that Christmas is over)! My girls are going to LOVE them!

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  34. Soooooo adorable. And funny. Because of the pun, and because I get a touch of the Humbugs myself sometimes.

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