Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Rain Boot (Wellies) Cookies - Tutorial

Just in case some rain sneaks into May......



To make rain boot cookies you will need:
 Believe it or not....I used a cowboy boot cutter
to make these rain boots. :)

You have to cut off the top and
that thingy on the back (spur?).
Then just reshape it with your fingers
to look like a wellie.

 Outline and flood the "upper part" of the boot
leaving enough room for the sole and heel.

After drying for an hour,
outline the sole/heel & upper closure
part of the boot.
Notice I filled in the middle of the enclosure
right away to make it look "set in".

After 20-30 minutes,
flood the sole & enclosure areas.

Yeah for dry feet in the rain 
with style and fashion to boot! haha


12 comments:

AleyPili said...

We always love your ideas! Thanks for sharing.

Janine (sugarkissed.net) said...

What size tip do u use for the stripes?

Nancy said...

Too cute!  Thanks so much for sharing your knowledge.  Could you tell me which tip you used on the yellow wellie to make the lines so precise? 

Kim Redden said...

Very cute Pam....I love the silver details on the buckles...very cleaver!

CookieCrazie Pam said...

Thanks Nancy! I used a #1 tip to make all the lines in the plaid. ♥

Lisa @ Sweet 2 Eat Baking said...

Fantastic as always. I'm loving the purple spotty boot, I have some similar! 

Krystal Dogolo said...

adorable! rainy days would be much more fun with these on my feet!

Bea Garcia said...

You are GENIOUS!!! A Cowboy Boot Cutter??? I would've never thought you used that, I thought you had the Wellie Cutter :)

CookieCrazie Pam said...

haha! I didn't know there was a wellie cutter. :) Thanks dear Bea. ♥

Andrea said...

Love em!

Nancy said...

Yea! Is that the one you use for writing as well?  I thought I had seen you mention something about that in a previous post but I cannot find it right now.  I am a glaze only girl thanks to you.  Not to mention, my family doesn't like RI.  I hope to one day make cookies as beautiful as yours ;o)  Happy Thursday.

CookieCrazie Pam said...

Actually......I prefer to do my writing letters with a 1.5 PME tip. They are a dream for such a task. :)

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