Valentine’s Day Cookie Speech Bubbles

Welcome to my first Valentine post of the year!

use pumpkin cutters for speech bubblesNo, you’re not seeing things. Those are pumpkin cookie cutters. Check this out. Frost ’em and flip ’em.

Speech Bubble Cookies by Melissa JoyStill don’t see it yet? Simply add a message of love.

Valentine Speech Bubble by Melissa Joy Cookies

With a little cookie stamping they become Valentine speech bubbles! Super easy to customize when pairing them with sweet friends, like these…

Valentine's Day Cookies-Birds by Melissa Joy CookiesValentine's Day Hedgehog Cookie by Melissa Joy CookiesValentine's Day speech bubble cookies by Melissa JoyValentine's Day Woodchuck Cookies by Melissa JoyValentine's Day Owl Cookies by Melissa Joy CookiesValentine's Day Speech Bubble Cookie by Melissa Joy

I have amassed a small collection of letter stamps that I use for cookies. It’s easy to do when they end up in the dollar bin at craft stores. Coloring each letter with an Ateco food color marker to stamp these takes a bit of time, but I don’t mind.

Valentine's Day Turtle Cookies by Melissa Joy

Want to make it even easier? These speech bubble messages could be made by simply writing them on with a food doodler, instead of stamping. It would make a sonnet to your Valentine a breeze…and be delicious too!

See how I made the Valentine Owls on my post at: Bake It Up A Notch

This post linked to: Kitchen Fun With My 3 Sons

10 thoughts on “Valentine’s Day Cookie Speech Bubbles

  1. Ho-ho…you got me on that one!!! Never in a million years would I have guessed thought/speech bubbles!!! What do you use to stamp..gel or airbrush colors? I found a whole box of letter sets that were never used!! Yea for me…can’t wait to try them out!! Speech bubbles here I come…you have the best ideas!! Thanks–Katy

    • I have two sets of food color markers. The food doodlers I save for writing and small details, but the other set I have, Ateco, are a bigger (and a bit more well worn) that I use to color the letters, then stamp on the cookie. It takes a bit of patience, but it works for me! Let me know if you have any other questions! 🙂

  2. Love the clever use of the pumpkin cutters! I’m definitely going to remember this the next time I in need of a speech bubble design. Also, I think the stamped, typed look of the letters look so chic!

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