More Thanksgiving Cookie Sets of 2015


The holidays are here! Well, just about here, anyway. I've been blessed to have some little pops of Thanksgiving cookie business early-on this year. These sets are two of my favorites, so far. I have more orders to fill next week, so my sincere hope is that you enjoy looking at them because the onslaught of holiday cookies pics is coming, y'all. 

I did a slightly different version of this cute, giant turkey cookie platter for Thanksgiving 2014. Last year, I piped some subtle details on the feathers and this year I chose to airbrush the feather cookies with pearl and gold sparkly patterns. I just love how he turned out!  

For every cookie-worthy holiday, I try to come up with a cute, quirky fun cookie set as well as something more a bit more elegant.  My more traditional, fancy set this year was inspired by a couple of similar sets of beautiful cookies I've seen around the web. Those sets used the color combination of dark brown, ivory and the gold-splatter effect and they were so striking and pretty to me. So, I borrowed that basic concept and added a few details to make it my own. I used seasonal, fall colors and decorated the plaque cookie with piped, floral decor, which is definitely my girly-girl style. 

I love this time of the year because my customers honestly seem to be as excited about pretty cookies as I am all year long!  Please enjoy the pics!

xoxo Marcelle







11 comments

  1. What adorable cookies! It would be hard to choose my favourite - I like them all!

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  2. wow Marcelle, those cookies are beautiful and festive. You are a kitchen artist!

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  3. OMG - these are the most beautiful cookies I have ever seen! I so wish you were my neighbor... I would be over all the time! Happy Thanksgiving, Marcelle!

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    1. Hi David! Thank you so much! I wish you were my neighbor too! Happy Thanksgiving to you!

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  4. Marcelle, beautiful and very pretty cookies - love all the different shapes and colors you used to decorate them. Wishing you and your family a Very Happy Thanksgiving!

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    1. Hi Andrea! Thank you. Looking forward to spending Thanksgiving with my family :)

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  5. Terrific cookies! You're SO talented! Thanks. And Happy Thanksgiving!

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    1. Hi John, thank you! Back to recipes next week. HappyThanksgiving to you and your family!

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  6. the turkey is my favorite! i'm so impressed with your craftiness. :)

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