Honestly, I think it's risky not to develop your own pricing from the bottom up, the way Aymee describes here, as no standard pricing chart can apply to all for all the reasons Aymee explains - but particularly because people have various methods/work processes, design complexities, and speeds at which they work. When I had my business, I priced most of my cookies far off all the charts that I've seen on the internet, because I couldn't make money given the complexity of my designs (and with how slow I worked) at the lower numbers. Sure, it's more work to develop a cost model, but only initially. Once it's set up, it's easy to apply to all you do and then you can work up your own at-a-glance price chart similar to Sugarbelle's that brackets the known range of what you do. If you already know that your hand-painted cookies take you more time than your iced ones for all sizes (not sure if you do), then that's a good indicator that you need to adjust all pricing upward.