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CCA1218 Winter Cookies Dec 2018

Welcome to the CookieCrazie Academy Winter Cookies Decorating Class (December 2018)! 

Thank you so much for being a part of CookieCrazie Academy. Share any questions via the comments below, on the CCA Alumni FB page HERE, or  email (
[Feel free to request membership to the exclusive private FB page mentioned above if you haven't already been invited.]

This video features winter cookies including a snowman, a candle, a snowflake gift tag, a pinecone, and a mug of hot chocolate. These designs will allow me to show you all kinds of techniques and tips I use with glaze icing. The intent is not to show you how to copy the designs (although you certainly have the permission to do so), but rather for you to glean all kinds of new information that you can incorporate in your decorating to make it your own.

Supplies and tools used in this class are listed below.

For all the recipes and techniques used in glaze sugar cookie decorating, refer to the Recipes & Basics page HERE and the CCA118 CookieCrazie Basics Online class available here in the CookieCrazie Academy Member area.

Chocolate Cut-Out Cookie recipe found HERE
Edible Clay Recipe found HERE

Hot chocolate mug
Gift tag
For candle: snowglobe/horseshoe cutter found in this set + long rectangle (1” x 5.5”)

Sculpting tool for pinecone extensions - Cake Sculpting Hook 1
PenBlade #11 to Hand Cut Shapes (Snowman)
Snowflake Plunger set for gift tag (largest) & hot chocolate mug (medium)

Color gels used to color glaze (in general):
Americolor (more sizes found elsewhere on site)

Scribe tool
2 in 1 tool (aka: boo-boo stick)

Funnel Tray for jewel dust

Sugar Art Dusts: 
Cinnamon & Dogwood (pinecone)

Molds used on candle & pinecone: holly , bow, leaves

White Jewel Dust for snowflake gift tags

Rolkem Silver dust (add vodka or clear extract) for base of candle

Markers used:
Americolor Black marker (snowman)
Rainbow Dust double-sided Black marker (snowman)
FooDoodler - yellow & orange (candle flame)

Please let me know of any questions or comments you have.

Thank you for joining me here. 

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