I just had to share with you one item I am bringing to my cooking segment tomorrow.

I will be making cookies, so I am not even sure they will show these, but they were so fun and easy to make!

These are my New Years Eve Petit Fours

I made three white, three black, and three silver. All using rolled out fondant. Then I just piped out 2010 with some traditional royal icing, and stuck it on top. I thought the effect looked kinda neat!






Cant wait to share with you all the rest of the things I have been making!

Hope you had a BLESSED Christmas!

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Reader Comments

  1. outstanding. i guess it’s time for me to come to term with the fact that 2009 is almost over! of course, i’ll continue to write 2009 on everything until at least march… 🙂

  2. These look awesome! I had no idea Royal Icing would stand up like that! Great minds must think alike because I have a similar creation for New Year’s. They are cupcakes, and for my 2010 I used Candy Kote. The post goes up tomorrow… still working on it tonight.
    Great job. These are beautiful and they sound delicious!

  3. Amanda, thank you so much for the comment on my blog! I will definitely add another post with a link to your site to give you credit on that amazing cake!!! Everyone absolutely loved it and were so impressed, you are one talented lady! I have thoroughly enjoyed looking around your site!!!

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