Baby Blue and White Balloon Cookies with a Washi Tape DIY –Part Deux

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If you read my previous post about the white balloon cookies, you saw simple and elegant white balloons where the lollipop sticks were wrapped in washi tape and tied with kitchen twine around the neck of the balloon cookie.

Since I had extra dough, I decided to decorate a few more cookies for fun.  This little cutie pie on the invitation is my great-nephew, Daniel.

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Pearlized baby blue dragees made their appearance onto the cookie.  Such a sweet look.  I also used pearlized silver heart confetti by Wilton.  So soft and shimmery.

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To continue the theme of using blue and white washi tape, making a little notched flag was as easy as 1 – 2 – 3.

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Just a variation on a sweet theme.

Part Une – White Balloon Cookies and Washi tape DIY

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  1. These balloons each have their own special touch – which makes the set beautiful!

  2. Hmmm…perhaps pink pearlized precious somethings for Ellah’s first birthday???? 🙂 just a thought

  3. Marilyn, you blow me away with your talent!! I am sooo impressed.

  4. These a darling! Love the soft baby blue color:)

  5. Thank you! 🙂

  6. These are great. I especially like the one with little flecks!

  7. Adorable Marilyn! And you know, you have started a birthday tradition here now for him…

  8. It would have been hard for me to imagine how those cookies could have gotten any more elegant but you did it. I love how you gave each its own style and yet they all still communicate ‘simple class’. Daniel is one lucky great-nephew!

  9. These balloon cookies are so beautiful– ALMOST too good to eat 😉
    xo jj

  10. Lisa, any wedding cookies for you, hun?

    Cathy, I would love for it to be a tradition.

    Thank you, Trevor. I am one lucky great-auntie too.

    Hi Joanna. Thank you for the very nice compliment.