WINTER COOKIES/ Polar Vortex 2



I wrote about the Polar Vortex and Arctic Blast in previous winter posts. Well, it was baaaccck ... and thankfully lasted only one week. With half of the country still caught in the deep freeze and snowed in, it’s the perfect time to get cozy indoors. Light a fire, munch on your favorite snacks (don’t count the calories), snuggle under a blanket and binge watch your favorite TV show or catch up on your movie watching before this weekend's Oscars.

These cookies were decorated using stencils and airbrushing. For texture royal icing was applied with a paintbrush.
(Every step in the process was not photographed; see example airbrushing tutorial here)


Winter Cookies
Plaque Shortbread Cookies
Royal Icing for outlining and flooding tinted with AmeriColor Super White
Disposable piping bags & couplers
Squeeze bottles
Wilton Decorating Tip #2
Air Brush Kit or Wilton Color Mist
AmeriColor Airbrush Sheen Colors (Silver, Pearl, Sky Blue)
AmeriColor Airbrush Colors (Avocado)
Winter Scene Stencil
Falling Snow Stencil
Paintbrush

Outline and flood cookie with #2 tip in white icing. Let dry overnight.

Cover bottom of cookie and spray top of cookie with silver and pearl sheen airbrush color. Let dry 30 minutes.
(White specks on cookie from remnants of water in airbrush gun)

Place snowflake stencil on cookie. Spray with blue sheen airbrush color. Gently lift stencil. Let dry 15 minutes.
Place winter stencil on the cookie. Spray trees with avocado airbrush color. Gently lift stencil. Let dry 15 minutes.

With paintbrush, apply white flood icing to bottom of cookie. Let dry overnight.




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8 comments:

  1. Oh my gosh, these are your most beautiful cookies ever!
    Thank you.

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  2. All of these are so pretty!
    Love the color combinations!

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  3. Joan these cookies are pure magic. It has been so cold here in Texas this would surely hit the spot.

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    1. Thanks Laura. I hope Spring arrives soon in Texas!

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  4. Your tutorials are awesome. I really feel like I could do this. I'm going to try!

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    1. Hi Coqui, I hope all is going well for you in DC! Thank you for your nice comment. Airbrushing with stencils is a fun decorating technique and there are an endless amount of stencil designs. Send me a photo of your finished cookie. Take care.

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