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Kim, Amy, Peggy, and Peggy’s daughter, Samme, came over yesterday afternoon to make Silk Tie Colored Easter Eggs. We had a lovely time decorating eggs and relaxing together. Those are my dozen above.

I’ll show you the rest at the end of the post, but before I do, I have to share with you something I am totally in LOVE and OBSESSED with!

This morning, as I perused through Pinterest, I spotted the most wonderful thing.

CB cookies

I am amazed and in awe of people and their talent.

mixer

If someone created these cookies for me, I know that I would never eat a one!

No, I would put them on a pedestal. I would shellac them and place them in little individual shadow boxes to admire every day! Call me crazy, but honestly, I would!!

drool worthy

The chalkboard effect is beyond fabulous.

notepad

Seriously! Shut the front door!

pasta perfect

Here is the LINK to the talented Texas-bred, Missouri-based, cookie artist, Ali of Ali Bee’s Bake Shop. At the bottom of Ali’s post there is video tutorial on making the chalkboard cookies. If any of you decide to take it on, make me some! Please!!!!

OK, while I wait for you to deliver my amazing cookies, here are the rest of the eggs created yesterday…

samme and peggy

Samme and Peggy admiring their lovely colored eggs.

kim

Beautiful Kim, displaying hers. Thank you, Kim, for the tasty tin of homemade (still warm!) granola you brought me.

amy's

Overachieving Amy’s basket full of two dozen colorful Easter eggs! Thank you, Amy, for the darling succulent greenhouse you gave me, all decorated with Easter panache!

Love you all! xoxo


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1 vagabonde { 03.30.13 at 9:17 AM }

The eggs are lovely in their pastel colors and the cookies look delicious. It looks like they have a heavy dark chocolate topping – yum!

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