Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Raindrop Cookie (Tutorial)

To make raindrop cookies you'll need:

 I do not have a tear drop cutter.....
so I improvised. :)

I cut an oval shaped cookie
and then took a mini tear drop cutter
and cut out a tear out of the top of the oval
added a full teardrop in the space
and pressed it together to look
like a raindrop.
The easy way would be to use the teardrop cutter. haha

Using a straw, make a hole in the top of the dough
if you'd like to hang your raindrop cookies.

Outline & Flood the baked cookies with blue glaze.
Be sure to outline the hole if you make one.
Immediately add a white highlight on either
side of the teardrop. (wet on wet)

Allow cookies to dry for 24 hours.

Add loops of Twine to hang them. 

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Bea Garcia said...

Fantastic idea to use as Bunting on a Dessert Table! Love them... xo

Lisa @ Sweet 2 Eat Baking said...

Fantastic creativity with the dough and the mini teardrop cutter to make a larger teardrop. Would a balloon cutter with some modifications to the dough after work too?

CookieCrazie Pam said...

Sure Lisa. Do whatever works for you. :) I improvised.....You can too. :)

Shirley said...

Lovely, just perfect! It has been raining non stop here in the North East of Scotland, some fields are badly damaged and some flooding is on the way. But you know what? I think that some of your raindrop cookies would light up anybody's day. Thanks for the tutorial, great idea.

Laura Pokas said...

Your post makes me sing!

CookieCrazie Pam said...

Love it, Laura! :) ♥

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