Elra –please do try. Let me know how they work for you. I love them. Thank you. The red is fabric. I have many sctwahes in the cupboard from various crafty projects. They get a second life in my photos! Rosa – yes, they are the best.Patricia – thanks. I am having fun with packaging in preparation for the upcoming wedding!Gine – yes they are! Hannah – definitely try this recipe. It’s so easy.Loopistyle – you were inspiration!Anita – yes, yes! Definitely try.Kerrin – Wow! Big call. And interesting combination. Chocolate chip cookies + coffee ice cream. I love coffee ice cream and chocolate chip cookies but would never have thought to eat them together. I have used the Tollhouse recipe before when I lived in Boston, but I actually completely forgot about it until you just reminded me. Looks like it has about bd cup more sugar and bd teaspoon more baking soda. I think some of that cookie dough batter would be fabulous in your coffee icecream. How’s that for an idea??? P.S. Addicted to baker’s twine.Deeba – thank you. I have been playing aorund with different packaging – wrapping, ribbon, stickers etc. – in anticipation of my upcoming wedding. I would like to do something personal for my guests.Lisa – thanks. Yes, how great are these cookies. I feel like baking some more now, too!Laura – thank you. I have some many little stickers and things around that I’ve been testing out. Glad you like! Y – yes, how good is that twine. I have managed to get hold of some blue and white as well which now I use for nearly everything! Definitely bake these.Nikki – yes, my baker’s twine is kind of thick, too. It’s not really fine. Did you get red and white, too?