A Sussex-based baker starts a cookie decorating business

Jen Christianson, owner of Sweet Luna in Sussex - Creative Cookies, designed the cookies for clients who were visiting family in the UK earlier this summer.

When Jen Christianson, owner of Sweet Luna – Creative Cookies, receives a creative request, she can proudly say, “I never turn down anything.”

For example, when a parent asked for custom cookies earlier this summer before a trip to the UK, Christiansen created cookies that resembled the flag, teacup and silhouette of the Queen.

The cookies were a hit as a Liverpool family celebrated the Queen’s 70th anniversary in June. “It’s all they can talk about,” said Sussex-based Christiansen.

Sweet Luna – Jen Christianson, owner of Homemade Creative Cookies, designed a retro boat cookie for a couple's 65th anniversary. The couple have a real old-fashioned wooden boat on Lake Geneva.

Christiansen launched her biscuits to the public at the Main Street Block Party in Sussex in August after planning to open a bespoke creative biscuits business and quitting her corporate job in February. This fall, she is teaching a cookie decorating class in Sussex Village.

Jen Christianson started her culinary baking business in Sussex in February and started teaching cookie decorating classes in Sussex Village.

She also made team cookies for football, each with the player’s personal name and number, and a vintage boat for a couple’s 65th wedding anniversary. She can also put together cookie bouquets and sell cookie painting kits that use food coloring.

Christianson became interested in creative cookies about 10 years ago when a neighbor held a cookie decorating demo at her home. Hobbies grow from there.

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