Baker Uses Cookies As Confectionary Canvases for Colorful Art

Holly Fox illustrated cookies

Artist Holly Fox creates colorful confections that are a feast for the eyes (and stomach, of course). Using eccentric cookie cutters to her advantage, Fox has been illustrating her very own cookies for the past five years, and she recently started selling them on Etsy. Whether she’s baking soon-to-be rainbow ghosts, vibrant flamingos, or pastel ice cream, the cookie artist aims to embrace her love of custom colors. She’s even produced batches of cookies resembling an array of Pantone swatches!

According to her shop’s reviews, Fox’s designs aren’t only delightful–they’re also delicious! Her customers especially love the cookies’ soft texture paired with the fun, crisp icing illustrations. To get your very own picturesque treats, you can pay a visit to Fox’s Etsy store (but make sure to order at least 2 weeks in advance for an event).

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Holly Fox: Instagram | Etsy
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All images via Holly Fox.



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