That’s just one of many movies featuring Shirley Temple …. the chubby-cheeked, curly-haired, spunky, cutie-pie of the 1930’s who’s singing and tap dancing brought sunshine to Americans during the Depression. Shirley began her career at the tender age of three. She was a one and only and her talent and charm has never been duplicated.
|Shirley Temple-1934 (Source Unknown)|
I created a cookie of Shirley’s signature red and white, polka dot dress which she wore in the 1934 movie Stand up and Cheer. Relax, sip on a Shirley Temple (ginger ale & grenadine), and enjoy the cookie tutorial.
Shirley Temple Cookies
Dress Shortbread Cookies [The double Bell cutter doubles as a dress cutter. Just trim off clappers]
Royal Icing for outlining and flooding tinted White with AmeriColor Bright White
Royal Icing for flooding tinted with AmeriColor Super Red
Royal Icing for detail tinted with AmeriColor Super Red
Disposable piping bags & couplers
Wilton Decorating Tip # 2
Hint: Prepare detail icing immediately before using as Royal Icing thins quickly.
Outline cookie with #2 tip in white icing. Leave space for ruffles at sleeves and hem.
Flood cookie with white icing.
Add red dots with flood icing. Let sit 30 minutes.
Pipe ruffles at sleeves and hem with #2 tip in white outline icing. Let sit 15 minutes.
Pipe second layer of ruffles at sleeves and hem with white outline icing.
Pipe details at neck, waist and hem with #2 tip in red detail icing. Let Cookies dry overnight.
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