We'll Have a Holly Jolly Christmas...
You've set up a wonderful cookie decorating station for your family and friends. The hot cocoa is the perfect temperature, the Christmas carols are just the right volume to allow for chatter, and you've got your cookies baked and icing ready.
You share fun childhood memories of Christmas and your favorite gifts to date. Everyone's being kind and sharing the icing, taking turns when needing a specific color to get the cookie design just right.
All to often, however, and usually somewhere around the halfway mark, the this-was-supposed-to-be-fun adventure turns a tad grinchy.
The cookie icing has had a mind of it's own and is in your hair, the sleeve of your new Christmas sweater, the table, and who knows where else. It's definitely not sitting on the cookie right.
The conversations around the table are turning short and the Christmas carols are now annoyingly loud. You wish the music streaming service could read the room.
The hot cocoa has gone cold as you've spent too much time trying to fix your dang cookies.
Everyone's messy and it's time to call it quits.
Well, my friend, I'm here to tell you that this scenario is all too common. You want fun memories with your loved ones during the happiest time of the year. Who doesn't?
Cookie decorating is fun. It really is.
The problem is that cookie decorating requires a little bit of skill and a little bit of forethought.
That's where Merry Cookies comes in to save your Christmas fun.
With Merry Cookies, you will be talked through step-by-step on exactly how to decorate specific sugar cookies using specific tools so that everyone stays in the holly jolly spirit.