My friend Colin Eastland, who happens to be a reader of the blog, recently told me about a cookie venture of his which is extremely exciting. The idea of baking cookies, decorating cookies and selling them to customers is something I enjoy doing on a regular basis, so when someone with creativity and superb skills in this arena catches my attention, I want to share that talent with individuals. Colin's cookies are truly beautiful.
Heart & Heart in Hand Cookies
After seeing a few photos and a link to Colin's website, I couldn't wait to have it here on Good Things by David. What made it even more special and really flattering to me was that Colin said he was inspired by what I do here on the blog.
Colin lives in a historic home along the Connecticut coast line and bakes his small batch, limited-edition cookies from his kitchen. Using collectible copper cookie cutters from Martha by Mail, as well as others he's collected over the years, Colin has set out to create tasty treats for customers in Madison, Connecticut.
I love the packaging and the logo.
Take a look at his newly-constructed website and see what he's up to. He promises to be making seasonal cookies for clients in the future, and I, for one, can't wait to see what he comes up with.
Inspired by Good Things by David!
I hope these images of Colin's sweet cookies inspire you to bake and decorate some treats for your loved ones this Valentine's Day!
This has me wanting to make Valentine's day cookies because I have those Martha Stewart cookie cutters!!ReplyDelete
James, I know what you mean. I should take out those beautiful MBM cutters and make something with them.ReplyDelete
Get baking and Happy Valentines Day!
Very beautiful and artfully done. Thanks for sharing David.ReplyDelete
Aren't they, Trellis? I love his work!Delete
Colin is an amazing, talented, warm, and wonderful person, and I know he will go gang busters with his new venture!ReplyDelete
Ann, I wish him nothing but success in his business venture!Delete
Thank you David! Happy Valentine's Day to everyone! Can't wait to start baking and decorating Easter cookiesReplyDelete
You're very welcome, Colin. Have a great weekend and happy baking!Delete