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ROSEBUD COOKIES/ So Many Ideas



. . . . and so little time. This is how I feel when it comes to decorating cookies. There is inspiration all around from greeting cards, packaging, television commercials and other cookie artisans too, just like these rosebud cookies. These were made using the strawberry cutter. There are always dozens of ideas swirling around my head but they have to wait. Other things take priority such the household chores. Then I can turn my attention to baking and cookie decorating. There are only so many hours in the day, right? There are many cookie cutters in my collection that I have yet to use. I won’t tell you which ones but you will be seeing some new shapes on the blog in the coming months. Stay tuned and I will eventually roll out new cookie designs. 


Rose Bud Cookies
Strawberry Shortbread Cookies (trim some at top)
Royal Icing for outlining and flooding tinted Pale Pink with AmeriColor Peach and AmeriColor Deep Pink
Royal Icing for outlining and flooding tinted Lavender with AmeriColor Fuchsia
Royal Icing for detail tinted Pale Green with AmeriColor Avocado
Disposable piping bags & couplers
Squeeze bottles
Wilton Decorating Tip #3
PME Decorating Tip #1.5
Wilton Leaf Decorating Tip #167
This cookie design inspired by Callye’s Rose Cookies at Sweet Sugarbelle.

Outline cookies with #2 tip in pink icing.

Flood cookies with pink icing. Let sit 45 minutes.

Pipe rose detail with #1.5 tip in pink outline icing.

Pipe leaves with tip #167 in green icing. 

Let dry overnight.

 
  
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8 comments:

  1. These are beautiful, such sweet delicate cookies.
    I always enjoy your posts and creativity.
    Jemma

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  2. Such a cute cookie and I love the pastels colors.

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  3. These cookies look so easy and maybe even I could do it. Great tutorial! Becky

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    1. Becky, Thanks for stopping by and I'm glad you found the tutorial helpful. Have a nice day!

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  4. All of your cookies are works of art, Joan! These are so pretty! Just letting you know I'll be featuring them tonight on Best of the Weekend!

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    1. Amy, Oh, you are so kind. I'm honored to have these cookies featured on BofW. Thank you!

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