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And the winner is…

Movie Award Cookies

The Oscars are coming in March and it’s going to be exciting this year. So who’s your pick for best picture? Me? I don’t know yet. I’ve got to catch up on some of these and quick so I can decide. Avatar, The Blind Side, District 9, An Education, The Hurt Locker, Inglourious Basterds, Precious, A Serious Man, Up, Up in the Air. Tough choices.

While I am indecisive, how about a little Cookie Award how-to?

Cutting
The cookies are pretty easy to make and stand up as statues. (Recipe below.) You just need to set aside some time before the big night. You can make the cookies one day and decorate them on another to spread out the work.

Roll sugar cookie dough between two pieces of parchment paper and you won’t need to flour your surface.

Cut out one award and one circle shape for each standing cookie. Use a sharp edge to cut a section out of the middle of each round cookie. It should be slightly wider than the bottom of your statue cutter so that when the cookie bakes and spreads a little, there will be a pretty snug fit.

Baking

Bake the cookies in batches for about 10 minutes each.

Re-shaping

If the slots on the round cookies start to narrow, go ahead and recut the straight edge while the cookies are still warm. Then you can remove the scraps easily without hurting the cookies.

Award Cutter

You should have enough dough to make 15 large cookie award statues with bases.

Scoring

When you have all your pieces, place each statue into a cookie base and score the bottom with a toothpick.

This is so you have a guide and so you don’t accidentally pipe your royal icing down too far.

Piped

After you make and tint the royal icing, pipe the outlines of the cookie statues.

Flooding

Then add a little water to the remaining icing to create the “flooding” consistency.

Fill in each of the outlines. You can sprinkle them with gold sanding sugar as seen above or …

Flooded

… let the icing dry completely for several hours and paint them to look metallic.

Super Gold Luster Dust

You can use a product called luster dust. It’s a powder that you can add a tiny bit of extract to and mix it together and then simply paint on the surface of the royal icing.

Cookies

You can also paint directly on the cookie bases with the luster dust to give the actual cookies a metallic look.

Once the statues are dry, make some more royal icing and tint it black. Pipe outlines around all the circle bases. Pipe some of the royal icing on the bottom of each cookie statue and place in the slot. Let the cookies stand up straight to dry. The royal icing will act as a glue. If the cookie needs help to balance, you can prop it up with a toothpick. When stable, add a little water to the black royal icing and flood the inside with color. Let dry completely before moving.

Tags

For presentation, you can print out these small signs on heavyweight card stock paper. Place in front of each cookie for extra pizazz.

Movie Award Cookies

Red carpet ready.

Cookies

Here they are all glittered up with gold sanding sugar.

And the winner is…

And here’s what the cookies look like painted with gold luster dust. Pretty.

Movie Award Cookies

Feel free to use your own favorite sugar cookie recipe if you like and use the decorating and assembly instructions below or use this sugar cookie recipe.

Awards Night Sugar Cookies
4 cups all-purpose flour
2 1/2 sticks salted butter
1 1/2 cups sugar
2 eggs
2 teaspoons almond extract
Statue cookie cutter
Round cookie cutter

  • Cream butter and sugar in a large mixing bowl with an electric mixer.
  • Add eggs and extract mixing until well blended.
  • Add flour in several additions with your mixer speed on low.
  • Scraping the bowl in between each addition.
  • When the dough is thoroughly blended, separate it into three-four sections.
  • Flatten each section slightly into a disc shape. Cover in plastic wrap and keep in the refrigerator until ready to use.
  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
  • Unwrap one of the dough discs and place between two sheets of parchment paper.
  • Use a rolling pin with rubber spacers attached to help you achieve thick, evenly baked cookies sturdy enough for standing.
  • Remove the top sheet of parchment paper and use a statue cutter and a round cutter to cut shapes for each cookie award.
  • Then cut an opening in the middle of the round cookie and remove the excess dough from the center.
  • The openings should be slightly larger than the cookie cutter bottom.
  • Leave the cut cookie shapes on the bottom sheet of parchment paper and transfer to your baking sheet.
  • Repeat rolling and cutting cookie pairs until your baking sheet is full. Bake cookies for about 10 minutes or until the edges are slightly golden.
  • When you remove from the oven, you may need to recut the slots on the cookie bases after baking to maintain straight edges. Do this while the cookies are still warm.
  • Repeat with more cut cookies using a second baking sheet while allowing the first cookie sheet to cool. Repeat until all of the dough discs are used. Reuse and roll the scraps to make sure you get enough cookies.
  • Let cool completely. When cool, pair up the cookie award pieces and make sure the statues fit into the base. Score the bottom of the cookie statue to use as a guide for piping your royal icing.
  • Makes 15 cookie statues and 15 cookie circles.

Royal Icing for Statues
3 cups confectioners’ sugar
3 tablespoons meringue powder
3 tablespoons water
2 tablespoons lemon juice

  • Combine all the ingredients using an electric mixer. Beat for several minutes until thoroughly combined.
  • Add icing color until you achieve the desired shade. These were decorated using buttercup yellow form Wilton.
  • Immediately cover the royal icing so it doesn’t dry out. Bowls with lids are great to have on hand.
  • Prepare a decorator bag fitted with a #3 tip. Place about 1/3 of the royal icing in the bag. Cover the remaining 2/3 of icing while you pipe the outline of the cookie statues in yellow.
  • Reuse any icing that is left in the bag and combine it with the remaining royal icing that you have covered in the bowl. Add a few drops of water and stir until the icing becomes more fluid. “Flood” or fill the inside of your piped statues with the royal icing.
  • You can sprinkle the tops with gold sanding sugar while the icing is still wet.
  • Or let the icing completely dry for a few hours and then paint them with luster dust to give them a metallic look. Place a small amount of super gold luster dust in a bowl. Add a few drops of clear extract (it evaporates quickly) and mix until the powder dissolves. Paint on the mixture with a brush and let dry.

Royal Icing for Circles
2 cups confectioners’ sugar
2 tablespoons meringue powder
2 tablespoons water
1 tablespoons lemon juice

  • Use the same mixing instructions above, using black icing color to tint.
  • Immediately cover the royal icing so it doesn’t dry out.
  • Prepare a decorator bag fitted with a #3 tip. Place about 1/3 of the royal icing in the bag. Cover the remaining 2/3 of icing while you pipe the outline of the cookie bases in black.
  • Then pipe more royal icing on to the bottom of each statue and insert into the opening of each circle cookie base. The royal icing will act as a glue as it dries.
  • You can use a toothpick to help prop up the statues if necessary. Place one end on the cookie base and the other against the back of the cookie statue.
  • Add a few drops of water to the remaining black royal icing and stir until the icing becomes more fluid. “Flood” or fill the inside of your piped circles.
  • Let the icing completely dry for a several hours.

Statue cookie cutters can be found at coppergifts.com. The one used for these cookies is 6.5 inches tall and about 2.25 inches wide at the bottom. Use any round cookie cutter that is wider than the statue cutter bottom. The one used here is about 3 inches wide.

UPDATE: The statue cutter is no longer available, but you can make the project using this Mummy Cutter. It’s slightly smaller and the base is a bit different, but the concept will still work.


This movie award recipe sponsored by Hyundai and over the next few weeks, you’ll find more recipes here… Should be fun.

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182 comments on “And the winner is…”

  1. You can purchase the Oscar cookie cutters on Amazon. Ann Clark Cookie Cutters is the brand. 

    Ann Clark Cookie Cutters 3-Piece… https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07QDVFX7V?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share

  2. Where did you get the cut out of the oscar Man?

  3. HEY BAKERELLA I LOVE MACARONS DAME UNO

  4. Fantastic idea but where could I buy the Oscar-shaped sugar cookies cutter? I need it very urgent. Please could answer me
    Thank you very much
    Flaminia

  5. Hi There — Just stopped by to let you know we featured your cookies on our blog! Such a cute idea! http://bit.ly/SaveOscars

  6. I know this might seem crazy, as your cookies are ALL OVER THE INTERNET these days, but I wanted to tell you that I have added a place in my blog where I talk about this clever idea and how I used it for an Oscar Party. I have given you credit and also provided a link to this post.

    Thank you so much for sharing this with the world.

  7. Wow… Awesome idea, awesome tutorial.

    Greetings from The Netherlands.

    (love your site, receipts, how to’s)

    Love,
    Emine

  8. i want to make these but they do sound complicated but such cool idea I’m 13 do u think i can make them???? xxxxx

  9. Woow
    We are gonna to be champion this sathurday and

  10. Wow. (:

  11. Fantastic! So creative :)

  12. Wow, wonderful blog layout! How long have you been blogging for? you made blogging look easy. The overall look of your site is fantastic, as well as the content!. Thanks For Your article about And the winner is… bakerella.com .

  13. Simply AMAZING!!!!! I wish I had your baking talent!

  14. Such a great idea! My friend had a Movie/Academy Award theme party. This would have been the perfect thing to make as the awards!

  15. I used the “mummy” cutter from CopperGifts and it works great!

  16. loved the look try to make them and they turned out awful, I followed the recipe to the tee even did it twice and both times my cookies came out of the oven looking terrible, flakey, cracked, and try finding an oscar cookie cut … not easy

  17. This is SUCH a cute idea, I LOVE IT! You are such an inspiration for me. Whenever I’m stuck in an un-creative mood, I visit your site and it sparks awesome ideas! Love you!

  18. i know I’m a bit late, but I host a bit Oscars party each year and was just searching for Academy Award cookie cutters. I love this idea and I’m wondering exactly which mold you used. Is it the Mummy mold? There doesn’t seem to be a “statue” mold on the website you linked to.

    Thanks!

  19. where can I purchase the cookie cutter? Do you know any one how would make it for me? (don’t have time)

  20. Lady Gaga talked in front of 100s of people at EuroPride 2011, recommending in support of gay rights as well as equality.

  21. wow!! loved it, great idea!!!

  22. i’m so bummed…just saw this but the machine that owns the awards show has more than likely strong-armed coppergifts.com and they no longer carry this super cool cutter. curses! what great cookies you made last year, tho. too cute.

  23. I wanted to make the Oscar Cookies & went to the site for the cookie cutter-they no longer carry it…see below the reply for Coppergifts.com:

    Last year we received a legal cease and desist order from the Academy Awards for the “Statue Cookie Cutter” that we used to make. We had to remove the product and all search words leading or suggesting the academy awards or “Oscar” from our website. We had to destroy our inventory, the pattern and sign papers that we would never make again. I’m sorry. :(

  24. Hi, I cannot find the cookie cutter you used anywhere…not even on the website that you listed. Could you please help me?? Where can I find it??? Thanks!

  25. These are so cute. Where did you get the cutter, I clicked on the link but I can’t find the oscar cutter.

  26. Oh no!!!!! Tell me it’s not so. Just when I want to do these cookies for the Oscar this year, I can no longer find the cutter! Someone please help!

  27. I can’t find the cookie cutter anywhere.. can someone help me out???

  28. Hi,

    I am a new reader to ur site and am also a newbie to baking as a hobby . I’m thinking of baking the award cookies for my brother’s birthday party. Had tried to go to the website that was given but unable to find it there. Do u have another link that u know that sells it or if u can provide a template of the statue? I am from Singapore by the way and the cookie cutters we have here is so limited.

    Thank you!

  29. These are too cute!

    But where on earth did you find that cookie cutter? It is perfect!

  30. I emailed CopperGifts.com to ask about the statue cookie cutter, and they said they had received a cease-and-desist letter from “the Academy” and had to remove it! Such a bummer.

  31. can’t find this cookie cutter on the site anymore…any other places to get this one?

  32. I got my cookie cutter from the link provided including some gold flaked decortive sugar and made these for an Oscar party we had at work. They were a huge hit. I made 4 of the standing cookies and then laid the rest out on a platter. I’ll start earlier next year so I can make more of the standing cookies. Such a cute idea!

  33. I cannot seem to find the cookie cutter anywhere (including the link in the post)… any ideas on where else to look for it? Thanks!

  34. the attached website does not sell a statue cookie cutter.Where can I get one?

  35. These are marvellous! Although I don’t think I’ll really appreciate them that much while I’m watching the Oscars… I tend to mechanically stuff cookies into my mouth when I’m nervous (no matter how beautiful they are).

  36. You are so clever it is actually a little bit painfull to visit your site sometimes!(but the good kind of painfull!) I am totally borrowing your idea for the Up cupcakes, love it! Thanks for sharing, keep being your brilliant self!

  37. I have never used luster dust before. How many Oscar statue cookies can one plan to paint using one of the tubs of luster dust? I am planning to paint on top of the frosting.

    Also, do you think any ornamental frosting recipe would harden adequately? I have one from my old Home and Gardens that has butter and is super tasty so I’d love to use that.

  38. love your blog always so cute

  39. Wow Bakerella, you are seriously soo amazing! I love seeing all your crafts all the time!! I loved Avatar but I haven’t really seen a lot of the other movies so I may be biased.

  40. I love that I can make myself a trophy, and eat it too! :)

  41. This blog is amazing, it is full of treasures. All those ideas you have, it’s so inspiring and also very pleasant to read your instructions.
    Keep it up!

  42. OMG. Cutest thing I’ve ever seen!! We have a pretty awesome Oscar party every year….party or not, I’m making these. SO CUTE!!

  43. Just found your blog and I love everything!!!

  44. So who would have thought they made Oscar shaped cookie cutters!? Totally super cute–they’ve almost inspired me to host an Oscar party–or at least get myself invited to one so I can wow my friends with these cookies!

  45. Thank you for the tasty inspiration to have an Oscar party. I can not wait. Hmm… I wonder what other sweet treats will go on the dessert table.

  46. These are so cute! You are extremely creative!

  47. Man I wish we were neighbors. I bet a lot of people say this, but I know we would make great friends. Ever had thoughts of moving to Utah? Anyway I saw the Blind Side last night, such a great movie, I loved it so I’m pulling for Miss Sandra.

  48. that is too adorable!

  49. Awesome!!! You are so creative!!! I get so excited each week to see what you next creation will be…keep them coming!

  50. These are cute but I was hoping for some cute Superbowl Sunday treat. Very disappointing.

  51. Those are fantastic! Thanks for sharing!

  52. omg!! you are so creative :D

  53. How cute!! I’ve just recently discovered your site and you’re absolutely creative! No wonder you have such a following :)

  54. I love coming by this site to see what’s new– and I am never disappointed. These cookies are a great idea!

  55. We have an extemely competitive Oscar picks contest every year with family. In fact, you must be invited to participate. The winner gets a painted Mrs. Butterworth jar every that comes in it’s own case lined in red velvet. We keep score and go all out! You are officially invited with these cookies, we all voted you in to compete with us!

  56. These are so amazing!

  57. Just when I think I’ve seen it all, you never fail to disappoint !

  58. I think you are amazing! These are the cutest ever!

  59. Oh. My. God.

    Why aren’t we neighbours?! xD

    Those look amazing! Man, I love your blog, even though I can’t bake to save my life.

    Also, I really hope Up wins in every category! Favourite movie of the year, for sure :)

  60. Absolutely fabulous!!! These are the best cookies for an event like the oscars, so festive! I recently just started my own blog and was hoping you could take a look at it and let me know what you think!

    http://petittreat.blogspot.com/

    Christiana

  61. I wish I were half as creative as you! Wow!

  62. These are adorable!! You did such a great job!

  63. These are fantastic. You’re my new hero for the idea!

  64. I love these and the popcorn brownies!! Now I really need to have a party!

  65. Okay so can those BE any CUTER! I can’t stand it! Their so cute! Great skills Bakerella! I love what you do and you’re stupendously creative!

  66. ok ok ok you win hands down!!!

  67. Maybe you have a little too much time on your hands……..

  68. amazing! just amazing..as always..

  69. Ooh, those are wonderful! By the way, I believe it is A Single Man, and not A Serious Man. :)

  70. How cute are these. Wow great idea. You have to take a look at what my girlfriend did, she is at http://www.sweetopia.net she loves to do all different kinds of cookies and designs.

  71. These are too amazing for words!

  72. Best cookie award! Very clever…

  73. Love these! So cute!!!

  74. A-mazing. Do you copy these ideas from somewhere or just dream them up while the rest of us are sleeping!? Your creativity never ceases to amaze me. These are darling.

  75. Why can’t I be you Bakerella?

  76. OK first of I have to say YOU ARE SUPER AWESOME! No, really! I’ve been visiting your site for a while now and I normally don’t feel too much of an urge to comment on other blogs, but you really take the cake. I mean literally. You are like my virtual mentor. I am not able to completely pursue my passion yet, but every time I need a little creative inspiration I know I can come here and you always make me smile. For that I want to Thank You a billion times over! Thank you for sharing your wonderful gifts with all of us!

  77. perfect for an Oscar party! Great idea!

  78. Look at you practicing your piping and flooding. They look great and you keep surprising me.

    BTW – The Hurt Locker is a great movie. Finally, a war movie without all the blood, guts and violence. A must see for men and woman alike.

    Avatar was good, but not a must see to me. I did enjoy UP and The Blind Side. Up in the Air was depressing, but good and there is no way I’m ever going to see Inglorious Bastards. It was enough just listening to it while my husband watched and I made oreo cupcakes.

    There are my movie reviews. Your baking and creativity is better than all of them.

  79. I’m dying to make those. I loved them! Thanks so much for the tutorial.

    Going to store to buy them now, and I hope they arrive before the ceremony in Brazil.
    But I was thinking about make circles with dark chocolate. What do you think?

  80. wow. everytime my “top sites” window tells me you have something new on your website, i’m never disappointed! these are so great. I love the colored sugar–it gives it that extra pizzazz.

  81. Bravo! Bravo! You continue to out do yourself every time.

  82. SO fabulous! Brought me back to Oscar season at the cookie store where I decorated. We’ve made hundreds (nay, thousands?) of this guy over the years! I think I can draw him blindfolded. I’ll be sure to post on my edible crafts column! (ediblecrafts.craftgossip.com)

  83. Brilliant! You are so fabulously creative!

  84. Good idea!!

  85. WOW you are so amazing !!!! Plus you make it seem so easy lol : )

  86. CUTE! I have this cutter from a previous project. Must try!

  87. Impressive is definatly an understatement. I’d love to be a guest as your house on Oscar night!

  88. I personally would be happier with one of these than the real thing.

  89. Oh what a fabulous idea! Your cookies look amazing and I love your clear and easy to follow tuturial! You never cease to amaze me with everything you do!
    And the Oscar goes to… Bakerella!

  90. Wow, those are awesome. I wish I would have know about these cookies when our girlscout troop did Night at the Oscars. Thanks for sharing.

  91. those are absolutely stunning.

  92. These are outrageously awesome! I haven’t baked in ages, but after seeing your site, I’m inspired to start again. Just..wow!! Thanks for sharing your talent with us!

  93. Love it! You are so creative Bakerella! Love the originality.

  94. very cool! I wish I was having an oscars party!

  95. These are great! I always have trouble with the 3D but maybe it’ll work this time. Very creative. And as always great photographer and terrific use of the shots in the writing.

  96. Okay – the oreo truffle footballs made me want to have a Superbowl party and these DEFINITELY make me want to have an Oscar party!!! So cute Bakerella, you are amazing!

  97. You must have so much fun in your kitchen. These look great!

  98. Those look beautiful!! I think thats my recipe you are using for the sugar cookies… its one of my favorites ever!

    Blessings-
    Amanda

  99. These are fantastic! Just too cool! I think I may need to have an Oscar party, JUST so I have an excuse to make them!

  100. What an amazingly cute idea! The Oscars should pay you to make some of these for one of those posh celebrity parties.

  101. I’m am on my 3rd day of watching the Oscar nominated films, after today, I will have seen 5 of the movies. I am an Oscar nut case, so this is a perfect post for me! Thanks for sharing! I would love to make these, but unfortunately, I will be leaving on a cruise on March 7 ; ) Do you think the cruise will have something fun and festive like these adorable cookies? I hope so!

  102. Wow… whoda thunk there was an Oscar-shaped cookie cutter?? That’s too cute. If I hadn’t promised my hubby cake pops in his near future, I’d be making these!

  103. Once again you out did yourself. You should get the Oscar.

  104. So cute! Was District 9 reallly nominated for best picture? I almost walked out…and I’ve never felt like walking out of a movie before. I also know a couple who did walk out and got their money back. That movie was completely misrepresented in it’s marketing and was unbelievably and unnecessarily gory. Ugh. Okay, I’m off my high horse. I love these cookies and they almost make me want to have an Oscar Party. Almost.

  105. Wow. One of my friends is an actress, and she would completely go ga ga over Oscar statue cookies! I will have to get this cookie cutter and make these for the big event!

  106. these are pretty darn cool…..

  107. WOW…the things you come up with are amazing…where do you find the time to do all of this?!

  108. Outstanding. Absolutely amazing, as always!

  109. How fun! Those look fantastic.

  110. WOW! Those are amazing…your creativity is endless!

  111. Where can you buy the luster dust? I’m planning on making cookies for the super bowl (horseshoes and fleur de lis) and wanted gold (as opposed to just yellow) for the Saints.

  112. You always come up with funny ideas and this one is a perfect example !

  113. OMG
    I love your work–you make it look so easy! I am lucky if I get some Christmas and Valentines cookies decorated (the hearts are already mixed, cut and baked, ready for frosting which is where I have trouble).
    Thanks for the great ideas.

  114. Oh this is so adorable.

  115. Dear Bella Ella,
    I’d rather have a cookie than an Oscar anyway! I LOVE Up. Avatar was great but it made me so sick in 3-D that I missed a lot of it!
    Love,
    Mation-Sick Mama in NE

  116. wow i can’t believe you havent seen UP yet! it’s such a perfectly heart warming movie.

  117. So cute! I LOVE piping and flooding! I just made Valentine Heart cookies for the teachers at my school. I dropped them off in the lounge this morning and an hour later they were almost gone!

    I’m an Avatar fan, by the way. Now some Avatar cookies would look so cool! How would you make glow-in-the-dark icing???

  118. so stinking cute. i may just host a Oscar Party just so i can make these :)

  119. Bakerella, could you possibly be any cuter?

    The answer is no, you could not. :)

  120. These are gorgeous!!!!!!!!

    I want to make them!!!

    BTW, where did you find the circle cookie cutter you have? The white with the fluted and straight edge? I have been trying to find them with no luck!

  121. Never posted here before but I must confess you are my favorite blog to visit now out of the whole wide net!! Plus I think you must not be too far away. I’m two hours south of Atlanta. Would love to meet you one day. If you ever go on a cake cruise please post/e-mail that you are. I can see you would be a blast to get to know. :)

  122. Adorable! Now I just need to have an Oscars Party so I can make them!

  123. You amaze me with your creations! The wheels in your brain must always be churning coming up with these brilliant and original ideas! I, too can’t wait for your next post!

  124. A friend of mine has made similar statues by taking Keebler Elf Cookies (which “my boys” use to refer to as ‘man cookies’), and by using piped icing, attached them to simi flat store bought sugar cookies. She claims that their not being gold colored doesn’t affect their taste at all ;-p

    So, what gown, accessories, and hair do are you wearing for the big event this year? chuckle, chuckle.

  125. Simply put: these are amazing. You never cease to delight!

  126. These cookies are great. Thanks so much for the idea and the recipes.

  127. I am totally picturing an Oscar Party where everyone predicts the winners. And then whomever picks correctly wins a statue cookie and gets to make an acceptance speech.

  128. If there was an award for “Best Bakestress”, you’d need a list of people you want to thank handy.

  129. You couldn’t have posted this at a more perfect time. We have an Oscar’s Party every year and I’m always in charge of the dessert portion of the meal. While my dessert will have to be related to the movie I’m assigned I will also be making these.

  130. You did it again! You always make the cutest creations!

  131. Oh my word! I can’t bake to save my life, yet I LOVE seeing all of your creations. I don’t know how you do it!

  132. Seriously. Could you be anymore amazing? I don’t think so.

  133. adorable! I’m not really into awards shows, but I am definitely into these cookies!

  134. I’m with Leslie up there, I just get all excited when I see you’ve posted! These are so fun……and seriously I hope someone snags you to do their Oscar Party . Or better yet Foodnetwork needs to start a new show for you or something! Step aside Aceof Cakes here comes Bakerella…

  135. What a talent you are! Thank you!

  136. You never cease to amaze me!!!!!!! :-D
    LOVE these!

    xo

  137. These are too cute! I love the sparkle!

  138. You are amazing! you should submit this to the Oscar people (not sure who that is!), they would LOVE these!

  139. Wow! Can i come to your grammy party! Those cookies are amazing and i love how each catergory has their own cookie. :D These are amazing! Thanks for sharing. :D

  140. Oh Bakerella, you are just fantastic! I have been following you for almost a year now and I love trying to make your creations. I really, really look forward to your posts eash week. Thank you so much for sharing :)
    -Amberli

  141. Cute! Cute! Cute! What is the mouthfeel of the frosting once it’s dried? Is it really hard and brittle or just firm?

  142. That’s so cute:) I just made some cupcakes, pink and sparkling =)

  143. dear bakerella,
    you are the best & so clever & talented!
    these are truly “beyond!”
    did you see avatar…you must so your creative juices can “flow.”
    cannot wait for other related posts.
    made your cake pops for super bowl…will frost on sunday & use sprinkles of to both teams colors as added touch.

    have fun & see you @ the oscars!!

  144. They look fantastic! I love how they stand up.
    And I can’t wait to see what movies win! I’m rooting for Avatar. :D

  145. You have the best ideas. I never would have thought of this! So cute!

  146. Cutest cookies ever! Perfect for Oscar’s parties. :)

  147. How creative and super pretty with the gold variations! Nicely done Bakerella!

  148. Oh I LOVE these! I’m a film journalist for a mag called Empire in the UK (world’s biggest film magazine, fact fans!) and I’d love to make these for Oscar night. For us, that starts about 1am, and sees five or six of us in the office all night live-blogging and reporting on the event and, er, eating lots of junk. I was thinking of making some cookies this year and these would be PERFECT. Do you know where I can get these cutters? I’ve googled it but everywhere’s saying they don’t stock them any more.

  149. This is absolutely delighfull…u come up with the bestest cutest pinky promise creations and share ’em all with us too….i sure am going to give these a try …a little differently yea but i sure am….

  150. So cute and clever…as always!
    amazing>>>adorable :)

  151. Awesome, as always! Greetings from Spain!

  152. :o :o :o :o

    Amazing.

    You never stop suprising me. Even when I think it is imposible, you do it. MASTER!!!!

  153. Holy crap! Now I think you’re insane! These are incredible! I will NEVER have the patience (so that also means I will always look up to you, on the plus side of all this insanity talk)!

    Great work!

  154. Wow.. you are incredibly creative! I’m so impressed!

  155. so cute!! ^0^ I really love this guys!
    Thanks for your reciepe, wow~~

  156. Thats how you use luster dust!! I have two small containers and tend to just mix it in the frosting itself thinking it makes it shinier…
    I am going to have some shiny cookies soon.

  157. I’m not sure I’d have the patience to make these but I know I’d have no problem eating them! I think we should petition for a new category: “Best Edible Award.” You’d win it hands down!

  158. O..M..G!!! These are so cute! I am definitely going to have to make these for my Oscar party! Brilliant!!

  159. These are amazing!

  160. OMG, they look great! That seems like so much work though… The Oscar goes to YOU!!!

  161. Unbelievable! Who’d have thought they’d make cookie cutters for the Oscars!! I LOVE it!! You are so talented, Bakerella.. and your must have a ton on patience!!! They turned out beautifully!

  162. These are really cute. I love the idea of the squirt bottle ~ this is a new one for me.

  163. WOW.. rella.. lurv them…. Thanks for the link to the site as well.. I found some fab goodies over there…. I wish I had just half of the patience that you hone.

  164. Love it, love it, love it!!!

  165. This is fabulous! You are so creative!

  166. These are just too darn cute. I am not really into the Oscars BUT this would be just adorable for a Movie themed birthday party!!!

  167. I hope YOU win, you deserve it! Found your page via the weblog award while voting glad I did, I would have never found your lovely page otherwise.
    x

  168. As always, your ideas are AWESOME! ;-)

  169. I wish I was having a party. I would so make these and award them to my guests.

  170. You are just too adorable for words anymore!

  171. wow you are AWESOME

  172. many thumbs for this cake!! awesome!!!!

  173. I’m currently planning my Oscar party and these will be PERFECT!!! Thanks for the great ideas!

  174. So cute and clever…as always!

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