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Lemonade Apology

lemon cookie topper

lemon cookie topper

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lemon cookie topper
It can be SO difficult to swallow pride and turn the other cheek when asking forgiveness.

I have a creative way of how to say you’re sorry with a delish easy-peasy lemon cookie.

And a clever little topper to go on a bag with the cookies.  You won’t be sorry to make this little apology gift!

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I have a really fun way to say ‘I’m Sorry’ with this printable topper. Click HERE for the tutorial and print option.

Here is a wonderful recipe for EASY delish lemon cookies that start with a cookie mix to go in  a bag with the topper, click HEREWhite Chocolate Lemon Cookie


Copy­right Car­rie Grone­man,  A Mother’s Shadow, 2015

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  1. What a great idea to say sorry and love that the cookie is lemon (making lemonade out of lemons) and white chocolate, too. Yummy and totally pinned and shared, too. Have a great rest of the weekend 🙂

  2. Diane Roark says:


    I love your SORRY topper and nothing says I sorry better than homemade cookies. They always bring a smile to my face.

    Many Blessings,
    Diane Roark

  3. Mmmm, these cookies look darling and delicious. What a fabulous idea, especially since I always need to be saying I’m sorry to someone. Thanks for this post, sharing and pinning. 🙂

  4. Heaven says:

    Yay! Another LDS woman. Lemon and white chocolate is a divine combination. Found you on Lou Lou Girls. I’m # 20, 24, and 27. Will follow on bloglovin. I love the picture on your header. It reminds me of a beautiful set of framed portraits my aunt hung on her wall. Including her there were four generations of women represented individually. I had forgotten about it. Thanks for the reminder. 🙂

  5. Elaine says:

    I love this!! Thanks for sharing on My 2 Favorite Things on Thursday!! Hope you come back tomorrow and share some more of your favorite things!! Pinned!

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