1. What is your address for pick-up? This question is asked a lot. I provide my address on the invoice. Please please please keep your invoice and refer to it on the day you are picking up your order. I am always busy packaging cookies or working on orders, and I am not always near my phone to answer the question "What is your address?" the day of pick-up. Please keep your invoice that has my address on it. Thanks so much!!! 2. Why are your cookies so expensive? One dozen can take up to 5 hours to shop for materials, travel to and from stores, make dough, roll and cut out shapes, make and color icing, decorate, and package. I also use vanilla bean paste in my cookies which is a lot more expensive than your normal pure vanilla extract or imitation vanilla. You'll see little dots of vanilla in your cookies. Yum! :) 3. How long will the cookies last? Cookies are best eaten within 1-2 weeks. They are good up to 4 weeks, but the icing will be harder during the 3-4 week mark. All cookies are individually wrapped and heat-sealed to preserve freshness. 4. Do you sell your recipes? No. I am still in business, so I do not share my recipes. Sorry. Maybe one day! I do provide royal icing and sugar cookie recipes for my students that take my cookie classes. 5. What size are the cookies? Standard size cookies are about 3-4" on their longest side. Mini size cookies are about 2" on their longest side. Minis are only available during holiday pre-sales. 6. How many cookies can I order? Cookies are sold by the dozen. You can order as many dozen as you like! 7. When should I place an order? One month before your event is best. I am sometimes available short notice, but not always. Message me to ask about your date! 8. What ingredients are in your cookies? Sugar, powdered sugar, butter, flour, eggs, vanilla bean paste, corn syrup, baking powder, and baking soda. Food coloring is Wilton, Americolor, and Sugar Art. If you need a special food coloring, you will need to provide it. 9. Do you offer discounts on larger orders? Sorry, I don't. It is timely and labor intensive to make each cookie. It is not easier, nor are there shortcuts, when making larger quantities.