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Just in time to go back to school, Arty decorates cookies that look just like the patches that you can earn at McGoo U!
I have a sinking feeling you’re going to love this month’s sparkly lesson!
This month, we’re focusing on Pantone’s color of the year: Living Coral! creating 3 different cookies: an Ikat design with a monogram, a wet on wet floral, and an architectural tile
It’s a “May Menagerie”! These cookies are a lesson in textures…from feathers to fur to wrinkly elephant skin, we’re covering it all!
This cute and colorful set includes easier-than-it-looks embroidery, a Folklorico dancer and a hand-painted serape.
This month’s McGoo U lesson is a study in feathers and florals. We’ll use wafer paper, royal, and edible lace to flood, frill and fringe our way to these Boho inspired beauties.
This month at McGoo U we’re giving you all of the romantical feels with this Valentine’s set. It includes soft eyelet lace, a “home is where your heart is” map, and what I like to call a “jar of junk”.
Dude! We’re flashing back to the 80’s with a cassette tape cookie, Dymo embossed letters, and a totally rad neon splattered star. The only thing that’s missing from this set is a Pee-Chee covered with doodles!
Lights…candle…action! It’s December at McGoo U and we’re ready to make your days merry and bright! So grab your piping bags, paintbrush, and palette and let’s make this holiday lit!
Taking a cue from autumn and home decor trends we create beautiful floral vignettes in a muted color palette. A coffee filter wreath, roses and a cotton stem take center stage.
This month “Wednesday Addams” teaches us how make three creepy creations. We’ll create a spooky wrought iron gate (there’s nothing scarier than micropiping!), a haunted house on a hill, and a gaping fanged monster mouth; talk about sharpening your skills!
I love the combination of turquoise and coral in Native American jewelry and art. The natural stones are meant to represent the sky and the earth, which I think is lovely. So this month at McGoo U we’ll make our own edible jewelry with these mosaic, embedded, and wire-wrapped versions.
Did you know that Mr. John’s birthday is this month? Well, it is; and to celebrate, we’re making our very first Birthday set on McGoo U! While we’re at it, we’ll celebrate the amazing versatility of cookie cutters! Most of you own a cupcake cutter, and this month we’ll put that one simple cutter to excellent use making three simple yet adorable designs that can be used in any color palette. Functionality at its finest!
Ah, the simple joys of summer. There’s nothing like a tall glass of lemonade on a warm summer day…unless it’s accompanied by a tall glass of lemonade cookie! We’re keeping it cool this month with a fresh, bright color palette and beautiful, simple citrus and floral designs.
You may be wondering, “Arty, water you teaching us this month?” As you can sea, this month’s lesson is all about the beach! This set was inspired by my recent trip to a local tide pool. Have you ever tide to make an anemone or edible sea glass? Well, this month you will! We’re gonna paint, pipe, pour, and crack our way to all of this textured goodness. I’m urchin you to try it!