Mad about Cookie Cutters

Teapots and Teacups

I mentioned in a previous post that there were more cookie cutters in the mail. I received them not long after and made a few “test” cookies. But with other exciting distractions like fruit ganaches and new macaron flavours, I never got round to writing an entry about them.

So without further ado, I present decorated cookies, part II:

Teapots & Teacups

              Teapots and Teacups

The design ideas for the teapots and teacups came from Peggy Porschen’s delightful books. Browsing through the book, I immediately fell in love with the roses and leaves design. But when I actually got round to decorating the cookies, I found that I liked the ones with the tiny hearts the best.

Yes, I’ll be the first to admit that it was a little OTT to go for the two-toned design, but I think they look so much prettier this way!

Baby Shower Cookies

              "It's a Girl" Cookies

These baby-themed cookies were made after a client asked about decorated cookies for her baby boy’s one-month party. Don’t be deceived by the photographs; these cookies are HUGE!

              "It's a Boy" Cookies

The baby-themed cutters came in a set of 10 different shapes. My favourites were the baby wagon, milk bottle and pacifier. There was also an adorable umbrella shaped cutter, but the cookies tended to break easily because of the slim umbrella handle.

Tux & Gown Cookies

              Close-up of Tux & Gown Cookies

I loved the way these wedding-themed cookies turned out, except that the tuxedo turned out wrinkley. I suspect that I was too generous with the chocolate in the black icing. Any other ideas on why the tux turned out looking like distressed leather are more than welcome! On the bright side, I guess it could work for a rock-and-roll themed wedding!! :)

Other than that, I was really pleased with the lovely details like the buttons, pockets and lacey swirls on the tux and gown. Design credit goes to Ms Porschen as always!

Romantic Red Roses

Roses in a Basket

These deep red cookies turned out so pretty that I couldn’t bear to eat them. I especially liked the contrasting outlines in the lighter shades of dark pink and yellow-green. I think they’re perfect as a take-home gift for a bridal shower or wedding reception.

              Roses in a Basket

All the cookies shown in this post and this other post are available for purchase, inclusive of packaging as shown with the rose cookies above. Each cookie is about 3″ - 4″ large. Pricing is dependent on complexity of design.

40 Responses to “Mad about Cookie Cutters”

  1. veron Says:

    Simply adorable , Karen! I especially liked the stroller and the gown cookies.

  2. Jessica Says:

    Hi Karen, wow ur cookie look greats, are they butter cookies ?

  3. Sarah McBride Says:

    I am just in love with your cookies. They are absolutely perfection!

  4. danielle Says:

    aaahhh! SO cute and so peggy porschen!

    btw there’s a chance i may be moving as discussed before.. not sure when.. not sure how.. but that means it’ll b easier to share baking tips.. how about that? :)

  5. Eva Says:

    These look almost too good to eat… I really admire your patience in decorating them - I certainly wouldn’t be up to it!

  6. My Sweet & Saucy Says:

    Gorgeous looking cookies! Love all of the designs!

  7. Cookies Lover Says:

    Wow! I’m in love with your cookies. They look perfection. Are you conducting lesson… ha ha ha!

  8. Katie Says:

    Wow they look fantastic, just beautiful

  9. Elizabeth Says:

    Hi Karen,

    The cookies are really cute, i must say u got lots of patience to do it. :)


  10. didally Says:

    These cookies are so pretty!!

  11. ChiewHui Says:

    Hey Karen,

    Long time no see/hear!

    Just found out about what you’re doing from Mel, and she led me to your website, am amazed at what you’re doing!!!!!!!! They all look sooooooooooooooooooooo cute and yummy!!!!!!!!! Wow… :)

    Hope to see you around someday!

    ChiewHui (4/3)

  12. Elaine Ong Says:

    Karen, whenever I don’t feel good, all I have to do is go on to your website. When I look at the pictures especially the pineapple tarts and kueh lapis, the smile is back. Totally therapeutic. :)

  13. Karen Says:

    Veron, Sarah, Eva, Elizabeth, Katie, Didally: Thank you so very much!!

    Melody: Thank you! That’s a huge compliment coming from an accomplished pastry chef!

    Cookies Lover: Yes, I do conduct classes for decorated cookies. Do drop me an email if you’re interested.

    Jessica: Yes, they are butter cookies. :)

    Danielle: That’s fantastic news!! I’m so looking forward to a macaron exchange if the move works out!

    Chiew Hui: Oh my goodness!! It’s such a wonderful surprise to hear from you. :) Yes, yes, it’ll be great if we can all meet up some time!

    Elaine: Thank you! I’m so glad to hear that my photographs bring you such great comfort!

  14. Destiny Says:

    I love the tea set w/the hearts! You do lovely, intricate work.

  15. Joann Says:

    I especially love the bride and groom cookies! How cute and creative!

  16. Cyrene Says:

    Hi! Would like to enquire about the price of the flower cookies?
    And how many days in advance do I have to order?

  17. Haley Says:

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  18. Jill Says:

    Cookies Lover: Yes, I do conduct classes for decorated cookies. Do drop me an email if you’re interested.

    Hey, i’m interested in the classes!
    Can you mail me the details?
    any classes before 18th aug?

  19. andrea Says:

    hey may i know how you got to order the Sevarome extract? i can’t find this product in singapore!

  20. Leslie Says:

    Found your blog today! LOVE IT! I will be back

  21. Janna from Honeyed Hashette Says:

    So pretty! You are the icing queen!

  22. Diana Says:

    omg! these are the cutes ever! where can i get those cookie cutters? my family will just die when i bring home some cookies like that…

  23. Gen Says:

    Hi Karen, I would like to attend the decorated cookie lesson too!
    Can you contact me at Thanks!

  24. Rachelle ~ "Mommy? I'm Hungry!" Says:

    Hi, I saw your link at Bakerella and came to check it out. WOW, you have great piping skills! Your blog is full of cute things, I’m sticking this in my reader :)

  25. Bea Says:

    Hey Karen: I can’t find the tux & gown cookies cutter, where did u buy????? Thanks. I’m from HK actually.

  26. Karen Says:

    Destiny, Joann, Leslie, Janna, Rachelle: Thank you very much!

    Cyrene: Please drop me an email if you’re still interested. Advance notice of at least 3 weeks would be great, especially if the quantity is large.

    Haley: Thank you so much for the invitation. Obviously, I’m way too late for the contest. :(

    Jill and Gen: Classes are by appointment only. Please send me an email for more details.

    Bea and Dianna: I ordered them online, but I really can’t remember which site offhand. Will have to look it up.

  27. Jo-Ann Says:

    Amazing cookies! I love the rose cookies, where did you get that cookie cutter? Great idea putting a lighter color of outline around the cookie. Looks stunning!

  28. christina Says:

    hi! gosh i’m new at your site and the cookies look really beautiful. cheers

  29. Joanna Says:

    hi Karen, stumbled upon this site, your works are amazing!

    how much do you charge for the wedding cookies? for about 350 cookies..

    could you email me the details? thanks! =)

  30. Eme Says:

    Hello! wondering if u still take orders for these decorated cookies :) do drop me an email at thanks!

  31. Barbora Says:


    I was wondering if somebody could tell me where I could buy the wedding dress and tux cookie cutter.

    Thank you.

  32. Jelly Says:

    Hi Karen,

    Love your creations. My wedding is in Oct. Can I interest you to help bake some cookies as wedding favours? About 250 cookies, how much do you charge? Your tux and gown cookie, how much does it cost for a BIG one? Thank you.

  33. Bernice Says:

    Hello Karen,

    Interesting cookies designs =).

    i would like to find out more about the pricing for the tux & gown cookies. Would like to get them as ROM flavors. My ROM is in December and am looking at the quantity of about 80 cookies. Can i know how much do you charge?


  34. liana Says:

    hi i would like come cookies for my 21st birthday. do you sell the cookies? and if you do is it only particular shapes you do and how much is it for 60 pieces? and how big would they be? do you bake cupcakes or cakes as well? excited to hear from you. thanks!:)

  35. Jan Says:

    Beautiful cookies! May I know the price of the baby shower cookies? How many days in advance do you need the order?

  36. Karen Says:

    Jan: Thank you very much for your enquiry. I no longer take orders for cakes/cookies/macarons due to work commitments. I’m sorry about that!

  37. Lyne Says:

    oh my, they are beautiful!

  38. wati Says:


    I love ur designs..Do u still conduct classes?

  39. Joanne Says:

    r u located in singapore.. i would liek to order the cookies for the tux and gown wedding cookies.. i heart them alot.. and i’m giving them for part of the wedding for my best friend.. wha’s ur charges if i’m looking at 50.. 25 tux 25 gown. exactly the way i see on the pic.. let me know

    thanks. Jo

  40. Joanne Says:

    it’s me again.. Jo.. do u take orders?

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