The Partiologist: 70's Theme Cookies!

70's Theme Cookies!

I'm having so much fun with the 70's Theme, seems I'm living in funky town these days.  A party is not complete without cookies and I felt the flower power to make cookies decorated with royal icing.  After all my years of decorating cookies with butter cream, I decided to hang loose with the 70's theme cookies...can you dig it?

70's Themed Cookies!


It was a Disco Inferno!
 Peace Out!

Foxy Lady!


You Be Loved!




Flower Power! 


The above cookie is entirely covered in fondant.  Groovy huh?

I made my own cookie cutters for the Go Go Boots, Bell Bottoms and Disco Dress.

I really don't want to stop.  And royal icing? 

I'm in love with the smooth finish, and the easy, well easier clean up (no clean up is EVER EASY) because there is no grease from butter!

Even though I've only dabbled decorating with royal icing in the past, I have read, watched, listened and learned as much as possible through all the amazing royal icing cookie decorators out there.  I am totally stoked to try more and more techniques using royal icing - it's rad if you catch my drift!

Ten-Four Good Buddy!




28 comments :

  1. cookies are awesome looking! totally in the bell bottom pants and the boots! :)

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    1. Oh yes, I think I might have had a pair of those bell bottom pants and boots...thank you for the comment!

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  2. You've got the 70's covered! Fabulous cookies, I just love the tie-dyed bell bottoms :)

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    1. Thanks Paula - Would you believe I could have gone on and on only ran out of time!

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  3. awesome man i am so diggin' all the cookies! you've got the groove on as always Kim! :) right on!!

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    1. Thanks Lisa - weren't the 70's so much fun??

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  4. Love all the colours and those pants, totally rad!

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    1. Thank you Alexandra - I think the pants were my favorites!

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  5. The cookies are so colorful! They made me smile :)

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    1. Aww, thanks for making ME smile with the comment!

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  6. The tie-dye bell bottoms are groovy! All of your designs are really perfect for the 70's but I really dig the shirt with the flowers on it.

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    1. Thanks Beth, I think I relived my younger days while making these cookies!

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  7. All the cookies are fantastic, but LOVE the pants! Joan

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    1. Yep, the pants seem to be a favorite! :) Thanks Joan!

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  8. Wow!!! I would have to say I think these are some of your best designs to date. Love the creativity. from,twobeautifulgirls

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    1. Thanks so much, I just might have to agree with you! :)

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  9. Brings back great memories.Would love to know where to buy those adorable bell bottom pants and flaired sleeved shirt and go-go boots

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    1. 70's were fun! The tie dye bell bottom pants was a V cutter from Truly Mad Plastics that I turned upside down and trimmed the top. The shirt (I call it the Disco Dress), go go boots and slim leg bell bottom cookie cutters, were some I made myself.

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  10. You did a great job covering the 70's(maybe even late 60's:)) with these cookies! Far out! :)

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    1. Thank you Sue - Yep, I think I did included a few from the 60's! :)

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  11. Thank you for sharing! Your cookies are BEAUTIFUL an so HAPPY!!!!!!!! :) PEACE!

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    1. Aww, thank you for stopping by and leaving me a sweet comment! :)

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  12. I'm so proud! I have a request for a similar theme in September!!!! I'm so excited and inspired!

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    1. Me, inspire YOU? Now I'm inspired - Thanks so much!

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  13. Wow! Those are amazing! Can I ask you where you got the bell bottom and flair shirt cookie cutters? Going to a 70's party and would love to make them!

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    1. Thank you Carol! The cutter for the tie dye bell bottoms in the first photo was a V cookie cutter I turned upside down. The bell bottoms and flair shirt (dress) in the fourth photo were cutters I made myself.

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  14. Hi, I read that you created some of the cutters yourself, would you have these available for sale? I have a hippie theme coming up and your cutters are amazing. I am so in love with your work!,, if you don't have theme available do you happen to have any tips

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    1. Thank you so much for the sweet comment. Unfortunately, I don't have any of the cutters for sale. I made the cutters using a cookie cutter making kit available online and sketched out the designs. I will add a link below. Remember, if you have a large letter V cutter, turn it over and use it for the bell bottoms!

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