To make an Americana Stitched Heart Cookie
you will need:
- Heart Cookie
- Red 10-Second Glaze
- Blue 10-Second Glaze
- Tan 10-Second Glaze
- Americolor Bright White gel
- #1 or #2 round paint brush
- Black Food Color Marker
My daughter insists there is such a word as "wonky".
I just looked it up in dictionary.com.......
and sure enough, they say it is a word. (British slang)
OK, then. Chalk up a point for Allison. ;)
I was going to tell you to "wonk-ify" a heart-shaped cookie.
Haha......now this is NOT a word!
The second definition of wonky is:
2. not in correct alignment; askew
Yes, that is what you need to do to your Americana heart cookie. heehee
Then do this.....
Let the blue and red glaze dry several hours before adding the tan.
Darker blue and red are notorious for bleeding.
Once all the glaze has dried overnight
add your stitches with a small round (#1 or #2) paint brush
and some Americolor Bright White gel.
I added a combo of white and black stitches for contrast.
I used a thinner black food color marker for the black stitches.
|These boxes are going to be available from BRP Box Shop in a couple of weeks. I'll keep you updated!|