Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Pirate Treasure Chest Cookies (Tutorial)





You'll need:

**"Treasure Sprinkles include: 

Outline the chests.....but don't flood them yet.

Gather your treasure sprinkles.
Flood the center section of the chest with gold glaze.
Immediately start adding the sprinkles in any order you'd like.

Allow the gold glaze and sprinkles to dry for an hour or so.
Then flood the outer parts of the lid and bottom section in brown glaze.
After the brown has dried for an hour or so, flood the inside of the lid with beige glaze.
Allow to dry overnight.

Make a mixture of gold gel, white gel, and almond extract to paint on the inside of the lid.
This will give it a worn, antique-ish look.


Mix gold luster dust with almond extract to paint on the chest latch.


Use a brown food color marker to make wood age lines on the outside of the chest.



5 comments:

katydoescookies said...

Thank you!!! Looks like a fun cookie to make. Enjoy your tutorials. --Katy

cookiecrazielady said...

Thanks Katy. I'm glad you are enjoying them. :)

Anne @ Have a Cookie! said...

Pam, the treasure chest cookies are AMAZING! I love the sparkly treasure!

holly said...

*inspired by pipeline confections?

cookiecrazielady said...

Actually not. I don't even know what your treasure chests look like, but I'm sure they're terrific.

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