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Feb 25, 2010

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Jessica

You are amazing. Amazing, I tell ya. I have a cookie icing disaster in the kitchen tonight. All I could think of was how I wish I could decorate cookies as pretty as you can. You are my role model!

ClassiclyAmber

THAT is so cute!! I bet it is sooo tasty, too! Mmmm yum!

Courtney

I absolutely love this, and your blog! :)
What a cute little idea. I love that it's all edible.

jami

Super cute!

Meera

Everything looks so wonderful. Love your blog!

Lisa

Awesome tutorial! Can't wait to try these! Thanks Amanda.

Kate

I love this idea. Well, except for the fondant part. I've never tasted it but you said it is gross and I believe you. Then I thought I would use Easter grass as a filler but then that kinda ruins the whole "totally edible" part of things, now doesn't it?

Love the cookies, as always.

Would it be weird for me to admit that I zoom in on your pics just so I can seem them up close and personal? Because if it is, then we can just pretend like I didn't say anything.

Tara

This is adorable. I've never worked with fondant and that is just one step too far for my lazy self, so I think if I am adventurous and do this, I'll get some of the edible Easter grass they sell.

You're an inspiration!

Lauren

Such a creative idea! Thanks for sharing your secrets on how to make and assemble the birds nest!

Lorie

Oh my CUTE!!!!!! I have done the one with chow mein noodles covered in chocolate, and those are okay, but these are gorgeous and probably taste DELISIOUS!!

Alicia

I just love reading your tutorials! You make it look so easy!! You're brilliant!

Diane {createdbydiane.blogspot.com}

Just fantastic! You make things look easy! You are so talented :)

Michaella

Thanks for posting this! I can't wait to try it out! I think that I like the idea of making a big one as a centerpiece (although these little ones are so cute...). Any chance you want to make this again and post pics of a big one??!! :)

Mandi

You ALMOST lost me at fondant, but what you did with it wasn't scary at ALL!!! So adorable, my boys would love this!

Gala

So cute, It turned out great! Just like on the cover!

Ashley O

I love these!! So cute!!

Marian (Sweetopia)

Awesome, awesome, AWESOME!! Adorable, edible and such an amazing tutorial!!! A's everywhere = A++
Thanks for the instructions and eye-candy!

LolaCooks

this is such a great idea and great instructions! so cute

Emi

I love your blog, he's so cuuuute!!!!

grace

and here i was, thinking chow mein noodles would do the trick. man alive, i'm a lazy gal. :)

Natasha

Where do you come up with these ideas? they're incredible. I think I have to do the nests for easter...or at least blog about them! Have you tried making the dough with cocoa powder instead of brown food colouring? I'll let you know if I try it. xo

jami

Wait a sec, didn't you just give up on Tastespotting? Got this one in! Nice!

glee

I am glad to hear someone else finally say fondant tastes GROSS! I don't care how pretty those darn cakes are, if a cake ain't edible, don't make a cake, make a centerpiece!!!! love your nest, perfect for Easter morning!!!

Grapefruit

Love the nests and the cookies too, of course. And the instructions are so helpful. I'd give it all an A++

Carly

These are awesome =) specially the edible nests!
i realise it's bad news to look at Tastespotting now, but i did AND FOUND you after all! I'll tell you what though they let a lot of rubbish get published, i still can't believe your heart cake din't make it in....there is nothing like that anywhere else!!! Keep up the fabulous work! C.

Amys blah, blah, blogging

Oh my goodness, those are adorable! Love, love, love it!

JulieD

Hey Amanda, I'm going to try this tomorrow for a topper on a baby shower cake for next weekend that I mentioned to you on twitter. Do you use regular food coloring or food color (gel) paste - the stuff you use for coloring buttercream icing?

Also, you don't like the taste of fondant? What brand do you use? There are many good tasting fondant brands out there.

Thanks again for this tutorial and so glad I found your blog! :)

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have bird feeders in my yard to feed the tiny little birds that fly about, especially this time of year when it's really cold. The problem I am having is that there are alot of crow / black birds in our area and they are absolutely relentless when it comes to the bird feeders. I really don't care for these black birds at all.have bird feeders in my yard to feed the tiny little birds that fly about, especially this time of year when it's really cold. The problem I am having is that there are alot of crow / black birds in our area and they are absolutely relentless when it comes to the bird feeders. I really don't care for these black birds at all.

Allison

So cute. I think I'm going to use this to top my wedding cake!

Adrienne

I love this-I was looking for ideas for my sister's baby shower cake and stumbled upon this. Fabulous! I think we'll have a nest with fondant eggs on top and mini nests on the cupcakes (marshmallow fondant-it tastes better!). Thank you so much for the terrific tutorial!

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