Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Elf Cookies

Elf Cookies
 I used a clown cookie cutter and cut off the edges of his hat and added the boxy part under his collar.
Since I was in an Elf mood, I also made these
and then I made a few other Elf things. To make this elf shoe & stocking, I used my witch shoe from Halloween and added extra cookie dough and mushed it together to create a leg with the elf shoe. 
 and an Elf in a snowglobe
 and another
 and these Elf faces too
 and a few more Elf stockings too.

So yes, our new Elf cookies will be starting a new family tradition of the Elf coming by to check if we're good and also to help design some cookies ;-)

6 comments:

  1. I saw Elf on the Shelf for the first time on FACEBOOK too. Someone's family blogged about having a breakfast to welcome their Elf. I went out and did the same thing. I still want to make the cookies too. I love Baking in Heel's version of Elf on the Shelf too.

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  2. I love the Elf on the Shelf. My little mischievous elf, Jingles got into my baking supplies and made a cookie of himself one night. My daughter went crazy over it. It's really an adorable tradition.

    Your cookie looks Great Cristin.

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  3. @Lorraine

    Thanks Lorraine! He was fun to do and my three year old went crazy when she saw the Elf made her a cookie lol

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  4. @Giselle Lorraine pointed me to you Elf On The Shelf cookie post that I somehow missed and he was SOOO cute! I bet your daughter really got a kick out of the cookie that Jingles made for her!

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  5. Darling, darling, darling.......Blessings, Donna B.

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  6. Honestly Cristin, this is the first year that I've heard of The Elf on the Shelf too! I didn't bake any cookies and I didn't by the Elf or anything else but what you did for your Mom is adorable, just as all these cookies are!

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Thank you for taking the time to leave a comment! I love hearing from you! Cristin