Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Valentine's Day Hearts of the copper and cookie kind!

It's nearly impossible for me to pick a favorite from my
collection of vintage Martha by Mail cookie cutter sets...
However, every time February rolls around, the Hearts set
cruises to the top of my list! Even without cookie dough, I find
this adorable set of copper cookie cutters simply delicious! By
the way, when did the 90's become vintage? Just a question...
This Valentine's Day I'm going to use these little heart cookies as decoration!
Wait until you see it!
It's going to be fun!
In terms of these larger hearts...
I was once again inspired by the amazing Dani Fiori of
Sweet Dani B to create her cookie Doodle-canvases!
Have you seen Dani's cookie doodling? Totally super-cute! To
see and to learn more about what Dani's been up to, click here!
Talk about Conversation-Hearts!
There's no limit to the messages you could send your someone-special!
I know what I'd say...
What about you?
These two hearts are on their way to Monterey...
To see my two very favorite people!
Want to see more heart cookies? Then you must rush
over to see what my friend David's been up to here!


  1. Your cookie cutters are beautiful! And the bunnies turned out great!

  2. Are you using those small hearts as garland? Super cute! xo

  3. I love the colors Janet! Simple. Elegant. Perfect!!

  4. You are amazing! I love, love your blog!

  5. And you pullout more copper cookie cutters. You are something. I've been wanting to do some Valentine cookies but haven't done so yet. I've been trying to make some V. DAY Cards. Not getting them done so fast. :( Thank you for sharing David with us. We need to talk about our cookie cutters. I'm thinking you might outrank me.

  6. I'm not sure how this works..I'm brand new to replying to a blog!

    I adore your cookies..they are gorgeous and I would love to get your cookie recipe, please! I sent you a message via Facebook but haven't received a reply.

    May I please get the recipe? Thank you!

  7. Cathy, I don't have a message via Facebook to respond to and you didn't leave your e-mail address but I'm more than happy to share the recipe with you if you'll e-mail me at jcbridge@aol.com.



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