Posted on by Rebecca Lovett

 It's the cool party theme for every aspiring princess... Frozen!

1.snowflake cake  2.more look book photos 008

frozen cupcake with sanding sugar

4.IMG_0412    5.sadie-crop

6.papaer source - batik rustic green turquoise fine paper   7.tissue paper pom poms

  1. "Snowflake" Cookie Cake (Joyful Cakes)
  2. "Princess" Cookie Cake (Joyful Cakes)
  3. Miniature cupcakes with icy blue vanilla buttercream frosting, garnished with sparkly clear, coarse sanding sugar
  4. drown a monster "Marshmallow" in a nice mug of hot chocolate (recipes for both the marshmallows and the hot chocolate are in the One Girl Cookies' Cookbook (pg. 131-133)
  5. Sadie tea cookies... orange butter drop cookies topped with snowy white shredded coconut
  6. beautiful batik paper from Paper Source in just the right shades of turquoise and purple... perfect for a decorative paper runner for the table or for sophisticated but in-theme wrapping for favor boxes.
  7. tissue paper poofs are an easy to make addition to the decor... cut the edges of the paper on an angle rather than a curve to get more of a snowflake/ice crystal effect


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Rebecca Lovett

About Rebecca Lovett

No, she’s not THE One Girl, but if you are a long-time customer at our Dean Street shop, you know Rebecca! (She’s the pretty brunette with the glasses and the Southern accent.) Rebecca joined the One Girl family as a barista in November of 2005 just before the opening of One Girl Cookies’ flagship store. A lot has changed since those early days and now she works as our Director of Special Events and Operations Manager. She enjoys combining her love of sweets with her eye for design and flare for the dramatic to create the best possible “sweets experience" for all of our customers, whether they are planning a wedding or just stopping by for an after-school snack.

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