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Mod Circle Baby Elephant Cookies

ModCircle Baby Elephant Cookies

ModCircle Baby Elephant Cookies


Supplies used:

white rolled fondant
lime green rolled fondant
orange rolled fondant
light blue rolled fondant
pale blue rolled fondant
Autumn Carpenter’s Mini Accent Cutter Set
Autumn Carpenter’s Jungle Cutie Cupcake Cutter Set
large round circle cutter
black non-pareils
piping gel
Mod Circle texture sheet

Instructions:

Roll white fondant to 1/4″ thickness, place fondant on Mod Circle texture sheet and roll with heavy pressure. Using the same cutter used to cut the cookies, cut out circles. Brush cookies with piping gel and lay on top of gel. Roll orange and lime green fondant very thin and cut small circles using mini accent cutter. Lay colored circles over the white circles of the cookie. Roll light blue fondant thin and cut elephant; apply to cookie with piping gel. Roll pale blue fondant very thin and cut using largest teardrop shape from accent cutter set. Apply to elephant with piping gel. Add black non-pareil for eye, attaching with piping gel.

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3D Ladybug Cookies

3D Ladybug Cookies

3D Ladybug Cookies


Supplies used:

Autumn Carpenter’s Fluttering Friends Cutie Cupcake Cutter Set
Autumn Carpenter’s Mini Accent Cutter Set
red gum paste or rolled fondant
black gum paste or rolled fondant
piping gel
sharp paring knife or flexible poly blade
white non-pareils
2 ½” fluted round baked sugar cookies
grass tip
green buttercream icing
pastry bag

Instructions:

Roll gum paste or fondant very thin. If using a pasta machine, thin to a #3. Cut ladybugs out of both red and black gum paste or fondant. Use poly blade to cut between the head and body of both red and black pieces. Attach the black head to the red body using piping gel. Use the smallest circle accent cutter to cut black dots and attach to ladybug with piping gel. Place two dots of piping gel on the head and place white non-pareils for the eyes. Allow all pieces to harden overnite.
Using a pastry bag fitted with the grass tip, pipe grass on top of cookie. Be sure to make the grass a little thicker in the center. Slide hardened ladybug into the center of the cookie. If needed, pipe more grass in the back of the ladybug for support.

Baby Elephant Cookies

Baby Elephant Cookies

Baby Elephant Cookies


Supplies used:

Autumn Carpenter’s Jungle Cutie Cupcake Cutter Set
Autumn Carpenter’s Mini Accent Cutter Set
perfection strips
3 ¼” fluted square cookie cutter
lime green rolled fondant
turquoise rolled fondant
blue rolled fondant
light blue rolled fondant
black non-pareils
pastry brush
piping gel

Instructions:

Roll lime green fondant using black perfection strips. Cut fluted squares and attach to cookies brushed with piping gel.
Roll turquoise rolled fondant very thin and cut with elephant cutter. Attach to center of cookie with piping gel. Roll light blue fondant very thin, using the largest teardrop accent cutter, cut elephant ear and attach with piping gel. Place a dot of piping gel in front of the ear and push in a non-pareil for the eye.

Baby Girl Christening Cookies

sample-2012cross-006Supplies used:
dress cookie cutter
oval cookie cutter
run sugar icing
pink food coloring
tip #00
tiny design silicone mold
Italian cross silicone mold
parchment triangles
white rolled fondant

Instructions:
Color some of the run sugar icing pink. Fill parchment bags having medium-sized openings with white and pink icing. Be sure to cover openings with a damp cloth so not to dry out the icing. Outline cookies then fill in with icing. For oval cookie, leave 1/8″ around the diameter of the icing. Allow cookies to harden. Mold bows and cross using white rolled fondant. Fit parchment bag with tip #00, and fill with white icing. Outline the dress and give it details like lace around the neck, sleeves, and bottom, dots on the bodice, and ruffle indentations. Attach fondant bow to the waistline with a dab of icing. Fit another parchment bag with tip #00 and fill with pink icing. Make lace around the edge of hardened icing. Attach cross to cookie with a dab of icing.

Jungle Animal Cookies

LSAC-S2C20-003Supplies used:
zebra cookie cutter*
monkey cookie cutter
elephant cookie cutter
giraffe cookie cutter
lion cookie cutter
electric pink food color
orange food color
yellow food color
electric green food color
sky blue food color
brown food color
ivory food color
black food color
tip #1

*zebra cookie is made by cutting the giraffe cutter down in the neck
Icing Required: Prepare run sugar icing in the following colors: white, pink, yellow, orange, light orange, light green, green, light blue, blue, brown, ivory, black, and grey. Prepare royal icing in black.

Instructions:
Zebra Cookies: Outline and fill the zebra with white run sugar leaving the nose, mane, ears, and inside legs uniced. Allow to set completely. Add the inside legs. Allow to set completely. Pipe on the black stripes using black run sugar. Pipe the feet using black run sugar icing. Pipe the nose using grey run sugar icing. Allow to set. Pipe the inside of the ears using pink run sugar. Allow to set. Pipe the outside of the ears using black run sugar. Pipe the mane, nose, mouth, and eyes using black royal icing.
Giraffe Cookies: Outline and fill the giraffe with yellow run sugar leaving the nose, mane, ears, and inside legs uniced. Immediately add dots using light orange run sugar. Allow to set completely. Add the inside legs. Pipe the nose using white run sugar icing. Allow to set. Pipe the inside of the ears using pink run sugar. Allow to set. Pipe the outside of the ears using yellow run sugar. Pipe the mane using brown run sugar. Pipe the nose, mouth, and eyes using black royal icing. Pipe the ossicones (hones) using ivory run sugar icing.
Elephant Cookies: Outline and fill the elephant with blue run sugar leaving the inside legs uniced. Immediately add dots using white run sugar. Allow to set completely. Add the inside legs. Pipe the ears with light blue run sugar. Pipe the eye using black royal icing.
Alligator Cookies: Outline and fill the alligator with green run sugar leaving the inside legs uniced. Immediately add dots and the underside of his belly using light green run sugar. Allow to set completely. Add the inside legs. Pipe the eye using black royal icing. Pipe the teeth using white run sugar icing.
Lion Cookies: Outline and fill the lion’s body with light orange run sugar leaving scallop for the mane and inside legs uniced. Allow to set completely. Add the inside legs. Add the mane with orange run sugar. Allow to set. Pipe the face with light orange and white run sugar. Allow to set. Pipe the nose using brown run sugar icing. Pipe the mouth and eyes using black royal icing. Pipe the inside of the ears using pink run sugar. Allow to set. Pipe the outside of the ears using light orange run sugar.
Monkey Cookies: Outline and fill the monkey’s body with brown run sugar. Immediately add an ivory belly. Allow to set. Outline and fill the monkey’s head with brown run sugar. Immediately add an ivory face. Allow to set. Pipe the eyes, nose, and mouth using black royal icing. Pipe the inside of the ears using pink run sugar. Allow to set. Pipe the outside of the ears using brown run sugar.

This project was taken from my book “The Complete Photo Guide to Cookie Decorating”.

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Blue Bootie Cookies

LSAC-S2C20-001A
Supplies used:
yellow candy coating
blue and green plaid chocolate transfer sheet
blue bootie royal icing decorations

Instructions:
Melt yellow candy coating. Reserve a small amount and pour in a parchment cone. Keep filled parchment cone in a heating pad to keep the candy coating from setting up. Dip sandwich cookies into the yellow candy coating. Place transfer sheet on dipped treat, textured side down. Allow to set. Peel back design. Attach royal icing booties with melted candy coating.

This project was taken from my book “The Complete Photo Guide to Cookie Decorating”.

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Painted Baby Cookies

Painted Baby Cookies

 

  • rocking horse cutter
  • bottle cutter
  • bib cutter
  • stroller cutter
  • lamb cutter
  • pacifier cutter
  • duck cutter
  • rattle cutter
  • run sugar icing
  • green, yellow and blue food coloring
  • food markers

Bake and cool cookies.  Use run sugar icing to outline and quickly fill in cookie.  Allow icing to completely harden.  Use food coloring thinned with water to paint designs on cookies.  Use black food marker to draw outlines.