Paris is Always a Good Idea

Posted by Anne Yorks on Sunday, August 30, 2015

Paris cookies always make me think of my daughters. They love all things Paris. We have read every book in our library about France, had a Purple Parisian Birthday Party, and my oldest saved up enough to get the American Girl Doll Grace. Even my 4-year-old gets excited about beautiful French things and loves the Eiffel Tower. As a matter of fact, every time we pass a cell phone tower she yells, "Look the Paris Tower."

Over the years I have made some fun Paris sets...here's a little inspiration. Each set has always included the Eiffel Tower. Check out a video (in real time) of the decorating process.

This is one of my first Paris sets.


My favorite cookie from the set is the 'beret buddies' cookie. They are cute!

Then I did a Paris party for my daughter. This was the little Paris girl with birthday gift. 

A few fleur de lis cookie in the mix made the set complete!

A great accent cookie with the Eiffel Tower is the tower passport stamp (see links to the stencils below!)

Bonjour, cookie!

I think I like the pink and gray cookies best.

These are the stencils that are used to create the passport cookies...

The Eiffel Tower...available here. 

The Eiffel Tower... with lines! Available here.

The Passport Stamp...available here.


And the Eiffel Tower cookie cutter.


Need more of a Paris fix? Check out my Pinterest board! 

Au revoir,




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  • Jamie

    Mar 25, 2021

    I cannot tell you how much I am glad to see this cookie tutorial! My favorite children’s book is Madeline about a French girl with red hair.
    Also my favorite author has book set in Paris coming out in October this year. I wanted to practice for a launch party.

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