A Little Fun with Collages

Posted by Anne Yorks on Friday, June 1, 2012

I have several projects I want to show on the blog today - and thanks to my friend Lisa the Bearfootbaker and PicMonkey.com - I can show them easily with a collage format. 

Here is a set of Graduation cookie samples made for a high school graduate. 

I recently donated a gift to the Palmer Art Museum for their 40th Anniversary Celebration.

This set included a paint brush and palette set, a rendition of the Palmer logo (that funny square cookie), and a few red rubies in honor of being 40 and fabulous! Of course, to make the cookies fabulous, they needed disco dust. That colorful square was a special request by my friend who was also doing a mosaic sculpture for the event. Both the cookie and the sculpture are tribute to the beautiful, colorful columns on the outside of the museum.

I made this special set of Steampunk cookies for an old and dear friend. She made me a special blanket and pillow set, and I made her cookies, a trade. I made a top hat with goggles, a few gears and cogs, and a special heart cookie for a Steampunk friend that had a recent heart surgery!

Finally, this set of cookies was made months ago. I just forgot to put it out on the blog. These were for a big/little sorority sister celebration. I used the cookie puzzle idea to make the hearts representing each sister!

Coming this Sunday is a super fabulous collaborative cookie project. I hope to post it in the afternoon...so please check back if you want to be dazzled by some amazing cookie artists!!

Have a sweet weekend!



  • Madanm

    Jul 03, 2012

    Let it be known, that not only do you get paid for the works you toil over, you actually do touch the lives of othres you’ve never met. I sincerely hope that the joy that you have inspired in me as well as othres returns ten fold to you. Your works/art is unique and only you can tell it. Take your time your hard core fans will be here when you return. And ditto RKCharron on the eyes thing.

  • TheBest

    Jul 03, 2012

    OK- this is the only time I am ever going to be impudent enuogh to make suggestions, ever, but IMHO this image would have more impact if the yellow cookie was holding a handkerchief/tissue up to its “nose” or something… of course, if you’ve done the sneeze gag before then it would be unnecessary.

  • Ale_Bakeandfun

    Jun 02, 2012

    WOW, great ideas to share! I really like the “K” letter cookie (since my son’s name is Kevin an he looooves red color!)

  • Heidi

    Jun 01, 2012

    Just wanted to say how much I love these cookies you put up…especially those Steampunk ones, the heart is just sensationnal! Bravo!!!!

  • Karen @ Trilogy Edibles

    Jun 01, 2012

    Wow, you have been a busy girl. I love them all! I think the steampunk are my fav! Have an awesome weekend!

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