Pirate Ship Decorated Cookie (Tutorial)

Oh the pirates...... my first grandbaby has a baby room decorated in a pirate theme.
So naturally the baby shower was also themed in pirates.

Every pirate must have a ship to sail, right?

A chubby oval shape works perfectly for this pirate ship.

Using a tiny round cutter (or other circle template) and a black marker, make the portholes on the lower half of the cookie.
I used a 1/2" circle cutter to outline the circles using Sugarbelle's template markers, and then I filled them in with an Americolor black marker.

Outline & flood the bottom 2/3 of cookie with brown glaze (be sure to outline the portholes too).
(see photo below)

Add a brown mast from the center of the ship to the top of the cookie.
Allow it to dry for 1-2 hours.
Then add the large white sail and the smaller black sail. (see photo below)

If desired, add red stitch lines around the white sail, blue scallops on the bottom of the ship to represent waves, and paint a skull-crossbones on the black sail with Americolor white gel.

Ahoy matey...... you're ready to sail. :)


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