Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Simply Christmas Cookies: Christmas Stocking (Tutorial)





To make a Christmas stocking cookie you will need



Outline & flood the bottom of the stocking in red glaze.
Allow the red to dry overnight (to prevent bleeding and also, to facilitate sanding sugar placement).

Outline and flood the top part of stocking in white glaze.

While it is still wet, sprinkle it with white sanding sugar.
Allow it to sit for a minute or so, then shake off the excess and allow to dry overnight.


Once they are dry, you can add small stitching to the toe and heel with
white gel and a fine paint brush, if you'd like.


2 comments:

Shirley Vass said...

Simple but always so nice to have a Santa's stocking somewhere around. Pam, could you tell me, please, what is the difference between sanding sugar and regular granulated sugar? I have never used sanding sugar. And thanks for the tutorials, I have been following all your "Simply Christmas Cookies". Lovely. Have a wonderful Christmas, full of blessings for you and your dear ones.

cookiecrazielady said...

Hi Shirley. I don't know the actual difference in sanding sugar and granulated sugar.....I just know that sanding sugar is chunkier and more sparkly. I know, I know.....very technical answer. ;) I'm so glad to share with you. I hope your Christmas is full of blessings too......enjoy the memories! ♥

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