At any given time, I seem to have various project and blogging ideas knocking around in my head. (Similar to an overactive pinball machine, I suppose.)
I bought this pink and white baker’s twine last December. And although I’ve already used it in my Mini Heart Garland (see here), my real vision for this baker’s twine was to tie it around a stack of freshly baked sugar cookies.
And I envisioned staging the bundle of cookies with my new paper straws from Michaels and with the blue and white chevron fabric I found at Hobby Lobby last year. (Sounds good, right?)
So imagine my surprise when I read the latest post from the cute girls at Classy Clutter and came across this lovely photo above. What??? Is there some kind of tricky mind reading going on here? Do all crafty types keep a storage of similar project ideas in their heads? Hmmm. Classy Clutter’s post was a recipe for Lemon Crinkle Cookies. (And they just happened to stage the cookies in the most practical way–with baker’s twine, chevron and a paper straw.)
Well, since the cookies looked so yummy I decided to go ahead and try out the recipe for myself.
So here is my version. (They are super tasty, by the way.)
(You know you’re a blogger when you stage a photo shoot for a bunch of paper straws.)
So if you have a hankering for some lemony goodness, be sure to check out the recipe for Lemon Crinkle Cookies at Classy Clutter. (It’s delish!) And if you just happen to have some baker’s twine, a chevron fabric remnant and a few paper straws lying around, feel free to stage your own cookie photo shoot. (It’s soon to become quite a trend, I’m sure!)
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