Halloween Sugar Cookies How-to Series: Part III

Here’s the final part of my Halloween Sugar Cookies How-to Series, which is showing you the easy steps to decorate the Skeleton Cookies.  Now you can fully enjoy your Trick or Treat with 5 cookie designs.  Those of you who missed the first two parts, please find the links below.

Halloween Sugar Cookies How-to Series: Part I

Halloween Sugar Cookies How-to Series: Part II

Wish you all a very spooky fun Halloween tomorrow.

HAPPY HALLOWEEN!

N.B. For this cookie decoration, you’ll need the royal icing only in black and white colors.

Skeleton Cookies

 

 

 

 

 

 

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SPECIAL: Click here for a VDO how-to!  🙂

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Halloween Sugar Cookies How-to Series: Part II

Now let’s continue our Halloween prep with two more cookie decorations.  For those of you who missed my previous post or Part I of this series, please check it out here.

N.B. For the two decorations this time, you’ll need the royal icing in white, green, red, and black colors.

Ghost Cookies

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Eyeball Cookies

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Stay tuned for the final part of this series for the complete Halloween cookie set.  Cheers!

Halloween Sugar Cookie How-to Series: Part I

Halloween is coming near.  Are you ready to Trick or Treat?  Let’s get ready by baking and decorating our own Halloween cookies.  This year I have come up with 5 decorations with their simplified steps divided into 3 parts in this Halloween Sugar Cookie How-to Series.  So, please stay tuned for Part II & III for the complete set soon.

Enjoy!

N.B. For Spider Web and Pumpkin cookies, you’ll need the royal icing in orange, black, and green colors.

Spider Web Cookies

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Pumpkin Cookies

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Farewell to Cupcake Carousel

There is a saying in Thai, “No party never comes to an end.”

It’s time for me, again, to close a chapter of life and move on with a new side step but still toward the same old passion, i.e., the beauty of cake decorating.

Due to our personal obligations and directions in life, my partner and I, who founded and have been managing Cupcake Carousel together for almost 8 years now, have decided to go separate ways in business, but certainly not in our friendship. While I guess her strengths lie in restaurant management and sales, backed up with extensive experience in the industry, I prefer the production side and always love to get my hands on the actual decorating myself. Therefore, in this transition, I would continue to do what I love…in my own small, personalized, and manageable ways.

However, this blog is not about the new direction but a tribute to Cupcake Carousel and our fun in creating, nurturing…with falling downs, getting ups, and jumping arounds in the process…until now putting it to rest. The decision is hard and so sad for me personally but I know it is the most practical and realistic one.

So…I’d like to thank my partner for going through this unforgettable and most valuable chapter of my life with me and wish her a great success in whatever she decides to pursue in her personal and career life. Thank you, all friends and family who have been our great support. Thank you, all our current and former employees who were certainly an important part that made all these happened. And last but not least, thank you, all valued customers who have made it possible for us to be where we are.

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At least this party ended with long, good memories that I’ll cherish forever.

Now I must organize a new party on my own. Please stay tuned to my blog and social media channel for your invitation soon!