Totally Cute & Yummy Father's Day Cookies from SugarBelle's baking blog!
Love these father's day cookies from http://sweetsugarbelle.blogspot.com/
I've seen lots of cute father's day tie theme cookies recently, but these are definitely at the top of my list as my favorites. Lots of fun to make and you can get step by step instructions, including how to make an easy stencil for the ties on The Sweet Adventures of SugarBelle's baking blog right here! I recently found her blog and keep going back to it for tons of cookie ideas and instructions. I just love it!
Jennifer Scholes created Inkberry Creative, Inc. in 2007, after many years of designing for the corporate world in marketing and communications. Inspired by designing fun paper goods and stationery for her own children, Jenn created InkberryCards.com as an online photo card shop, specializing in colorful children's party invitations, announcements and more!
The business quickly flourished and Jenn made the switch from corporate designer to business owner and has enjoyed offering her one-of-a-kind photo cards and paper goods to customers across the world ever since. Jenn stays busy creating fun, new items to offer in her own shop and is proud to offer exclusive designs for national online retail partners as well.
In 2011, Inkberry Creative, Inc. was created and InkberryCards.com is now the main retail website under the new company. Also in 2011, Jennifer was chosen by Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia to be the featured "Doer of the Week" for MarthaStewart.com's "Dreamers Into Doers". You can find Jenn's interview on MarthaStewart.com about starting and growing her business here.
No matter where you find Jenn's designs, you will find there is a little something for everyone, particularly those with an eye for modern style and a love for bold, bright colors mixed with fun patterns. Jennifer has a bachelor’s degree in Communications/Public Relations from East Carolina University, which is where her love for graphic design began and she and her husband and their two children live in southeast Virginia.