Game Night!

I was invited by Nicole at Sugar & Stitches to take part in a Game Night cookie fest with a wonderful and talented group of ladies.  I was so excited just to be included with such an great group of cookiers!

When trying to decide which board game to do, I asked my 7-year-old daughter.  She, of course, immediately said Candyland.  Sure, I thought.  That would be fun.  Lots of colors.  I can use sparkles! It will be great!  So I sent my selection off to Nicole and all was well.

Until, of course, I actually took the game board out to look at it when it was time to do the cookies.  LESSON LEARNED: Don’t take cookie advice from a 7-year-old.

But at the end of the day, they were (hair-pulling-out) fun, and I once again got to use sparkles!  And lots of them.  So how can that be bad, right?

Lolly!  Juggling gumdrops.  Don’t we all wish we could?

Princess Lolly.  I have a crown just like this.  I just wear mine on special occasions.

Queen Frostine.  I think I’ve been called that a time or two in my life.

This is Mr. Mint.  He suffered a tragic Royal icing transfer removal incident.  It required extensive surgery.

And you gotta have the little gingerbread game piece guys.  These shorts would never meet dress code at out school.  Just sayin’.

Here are all of the players in our Game Night.  Check out these AWESOME cookies!!

  1. LIFE and Jenga by Nicole, Sugar & Stitches
  2. Skip-Bo by Cassie, Creations by Cassie
  3. Candyland by Tara, The Shaky Baker
  4. Card Games by Cristin, Cristin’s Cookies
  5. Magic: The Gathering by Jennifer, Not Your Momma’s Cookie
  6. Mouse Trap by Sherrene, The Sugar Tree
  7. Trivial Pursuit by Heather, Twins Plus One Goodies

Thank you again Nicole for including me in the fun! (Sorry I was so late =)

I hope you enjoyed our cookie party.  May the rest of your week be sweet!

PS.  Please forgive the stellar photography.  Long story.  =)

28 thoughts on “Game Night!

  1. I love these so much when I saw them posted on FB,…….
    Soooooooo I had to come to your blog and gush about them even more.
    I loved Candy Land as a kid (who didn’t) I want to do a theme like this so bad!
    Thanks for a starting point of inspiration!

  2. I saw your tweets on these while you were decorating them and couldn’t wait to see your post. It was worth the wait. Your cookies are fabulous! So much work went into each and every one of them.

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