Pink Champagne Glass Decorated Cookies

A bit of the bubbly. The stuff that tickles your nose.
pink champagne glass cookies
And YES! It has to be pink!
It’s mere existence announces in the grandest of styles a new beginning, an achievement, an event to remember.
pink champagne glass cookies
It celebrates life with us.

pink champagne glass cookies

Love. Marriage. Birth.
pink champagne glass cookies
It let’s us take a moment to say hoorah for you, hoorah for me or hoorah for all of us!
pink champagne glass cookies
Please, Save The Date”
It wouldn’t be the same without you.
pink champagne glass cookies
Congratulations on your new promotion… to dipper duty.”
pink champagne glass cookies
Happy Birthday!”
You don’t look a day over 30!
Let’s Celebrate!
I found a shape I liked though Google search, enlarged it, printed it and made a template.
pink champagne glass cookies
then baked the cookies a little longer to brown them more because of the rainy weather here.
pink champagne glass cookies
I used 2 types of dragees ~ pink metallic and pink pearls but not together.
Since I didn’t have pink sanding sugar and I thought that look might be too heavy for what I had envisioned anyway, I mixed clear edible glitter with red glitter and ground them up with my fingers to make finer grained sparkles. If you put glitter on wet icing it will dissolve. When the icing is dry, make a mixture of meringue powder and water and brush over the pink champagne part avoiding the dragees.
Sprinkle the glitter over the wet pink icing, lightly press and turn over and tap the cookie like you would for real glitter. It is done!
Brush on pearlized powder over the white icing for a luxurious glow.
Celebrate at every opportunity!
If you have any questions, I will be happy to answer in the comments section. πŸ™‚
“Celebration” ~ Kool and The Gang
“Pink Champagne” ~ Pink & Evelyn Champagne KingUpdate: Just got an email from son1 who heard from Stanford minutes ago. He is “in” for the PhD program next year for Chem E. Just so happens he planned a dinner outing for 10 tonight in Boston’s north end and I know he will have a great time. Mr. P. M. and I are going out for sushi to celebrate ourselves! Celebrate at every opportunity! πŸ™‚ Yippie!
SHARE THIS POST:Share on FacebookTweet about this on TwitterPin on PinterestEmail to someoneGoogle+


  1. You are so talented! And I love that you didn’t even have to buy a new cookie cutter to make them. Makes me think I am going to have to get some edible glitter and luster powder, though!

  2. Gorgeous!!!!
    Thank you for giving us all of the instructions!

  3. So, so clever and lovely!

  4. Those are fabulous!
    I’m going to get GradGirl to make your recipe, maybe for a bridal shower we’re attending next weekend. She’s the cupcake queen around here, but I’d love for her to try your cookies!

  5. Congratulations to your son, that is fantastic!! Sushi sounds great right now!
    Your cookies are so pretty! Are you sure you don’t have a secret bakery somewhere? If not, you should. I forgot to tell you I used this recipe for Christmas cookies and they were fabulous!
    Have fun tonight!

  6. I’d love to do these for the bridal shower for my sweet daughter-in-law to be. They are so wonderful.

    How long ahead to you think I could make them?

  7. Congrats to #1Son and his PhD program. That is huge!!!!

    Your cookies are fantastic! They are happy and fun and absolutely gorgeous. I’m going to bookmark this post for the next time I have cause to celebrate.

    Thanks for sharing!

  8. Congratulations on your son’s acceptance! That is phenomenal.

  9. love those, they are so cute!

  10. Suzy Q ~ Thank you. I love the glitter and luster dust. You can buy metallic glitter to on line. πŸ™‚

    ‘burb Princess ~ Thanks! πŸ™‚

    Cashmere Librarian ~ So nice of you to say. πŸ™‚

    SJN ~ How cute would pickles and ice cream cookies be?

    Ronda ~ Thank you, Ronda, for the son shout out. The news had just come in and I was so excited I was about to burst! Glad you had good luck with the cookies.

    RNSane ~ Thank you. So glad you like them. You could make them weeks ahead and freeze unfrosted. I would make the glass stem thicker in diameter and just frost in more from the edge to give it more stability. If you really wanted to make certain there is no breakage, I might back the cookies with a slightly smaller card stock template and just dab in a couple places to hold it together. If I can help at all and you get stuff, send me an email and we’ll go from there. πŸ™‚

    Joanna ~ Thank you very much. He also got into Cal so perhaps he will make CA his home again. That is why I am really excited. Anyway, I would be honored if you book marked the cookies. Martini glass would be cute too. πŸ™‚

    LPC ~ Thank you. Haven’t heard from P. yet. Don’t want to jinx it. πŸ™‚

    Heather ~ Thanks a bunch. They were fun to make on a rainy day. πŸ™‚

  11. These are the cutest! Love the “bubbles”! I also love how you made the “cookie cutter” from a pic.

  12. just read your update… Congrats to Son#1, a PhD, wow… what a smart young man! Congrats to the proud parents too, have fun celebrating!

  13. Gorgeous cookies! And yippee for son’s acceptance–and in chem e, wow!

  14. M –

    You are my most talented friend, by far!!!! And congrats to G1 – truly amazing news, and so well-deserved πŸ™‚


  15. SO pretty! I love these! πŸ™‚

  16. Love the latest cookies! So pretty. Congrats to son#1! That is so wonderful.

  17. “Happy SITS Saturday Sharefest”.

    This would make a gorgeous gift for my friend who is getting engaged soon.

    PhD and son in one sentence? Great stuff, congrats.

    Thanks for sharing

  18. Wow. I am visiting from SITS. These are so fantastically beautiful! I know anyone that received them would be delighted!

  19. Beautiful cookies, I am always amazed at how creative you are. And kudos to your son! Stanford is awesome. I only pray that another one of my children goes there. My son loved it there.

  20. Congratulations!! That is just FABULOUS! and you are so talented with your cookies. Love them!! Your music is perfect for the post, too! xoox

  21. Pink, Green and Southern ~ Thank you. I use clip art often for shapes and the dough is easy to work with by cutting them a knife.

    SJN ~ So thoughtful as ever. Thanks. πŸ™‚

    T&C ~ So sweet of you to comment on both. Thank you. πŸ™‚

    M2 ~ I love hearing from you! We must chat about your ‘order’. πŸ™‚

    Preppy PD ~ Thank you very much. πŸ™‚

    Pink ~ Just so excited for a possible return to the west coast but we’ll see what he decides. he also has other good opportunities too. Thanks you and for the ‘cookie love’ too. πŸ™‚

    The SITS gals ~ Thank you much for stopping by and leaving such nice words. πŸ™‚

    P2 ~ It’s pretty exciting. His offer is oh-so-good. Thank you for the nice compliment too. πŸ™‚

    P101 ~ Was son1’s news perfect timing or what with these cookies? πŸ™‚ Thanks for the fab congrats. πŸ™‚

  22. Great cookies! And congrats to your son.

  23. Those are so absolutely darling!!!

  24. Three Cheers for son1!!!!
    These cookies are too cute and perfect for any occasion.
    Young lady, you never cease to amaze me!