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Color (and Eat) by Number

Pantone chip cookies

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Pantone is the color authority for designers, fashionistas, and trendsetters alike. It’s found its way into the kitchen, too. Kim Neill, of the blog KimCreativeStar.com, is a freelance designer and illustrator and the creator of these fabulous Pantone “color chip” sugar cookies. She mixes up shades of blue, red, purple, green, and yellow royal icing, spreads the colors over the cookies, and then uses an edible marker to label each with its corresponding Pantone color number. I’d try to make the exact shade for honeysuckle 18-2120: It’s Pantone’s 2011 color of the year.

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