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Hey, cookiers! If you haven't seen already, I've been lucky enough to partner up with Craftsy bringing you the course Piping Cookies that Pop! (Julia has posted links here if you're interested in checking that out: http://cookieconnection.juliau...ks-debuts-on-craftsy)

If you're not familiar with Craftsy, or would like to try something new, they've given me the chance to bring you some free stuff to try out before you commit to buying anything! (Seriously, how great is that?)

With a Craftsy online class, you can take it as many times as you want, whenever you want and access never expires. You get interactive experience with the teachers in their virtual classroom, and the classes are backed by a 100% money back guarantee! If you've never used Craftsy or taken a Craftsy class, now is your time to try it out and learn a new skill!

For a free class:
For a free tutorial:
For a free recipe:

Check them out! And if you have any questions at all don't hesitate to comment. 

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Thanks, Mallory.


A reminder to everyone: if you sign up for Mallory's class via this site (I have links to the right of nearly every page right now), this helps not just Mallory, but also Cookie Connection. We receive a small referral fee for each person that we send to Craftsy. That said, these fees add up and are crucial to maintaining the site. As the site continues to grow, the costs of hosting it grow even faster.


Thank you!

Thanks for the link! I went and watched the lessons, and enjoyed them. Some were more informative than others, but I know the free ones are not full lessons. (I will be keeping the easy recipe I saw on Modern Buttercream.) Once I can save up, I would really like to try Cookies That Pop. I don't usually do characters or the style shown, but the tree cookies look right up my alley, and it's always good to push myself and try to see my designs through the lens of other people's techniques. The tree cookies are stunning! The color really makes them... uh... pop!

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