Rustic Weathered Wood Ombre Heart Decorated Cookie

This idea came when I saw a photo of a rustic ombre heart with vintage paint across the wood surface. So I guess it's a combination of ombre, wood plank, and peeling paint. 😳


Add impressed lines across the cookie dough before baking. 
Paint the cooled cookie surface in white food color gel.
Using thickened glaze, spread random amounts across the planks to give it that rustic look.

A fairly simple technique for a very trendy design... πŸ’—


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Merry & Bright Christmas Decorated Sugar Cookie Collection

Oh how MERRY & BRIGHT this season is.

Cookies always enhance the season and give it even more delight and pizazz. 

I pray you have a very blessed Christmas filled with amazing sights, sounds, tastes, smells, and memories.


Basket & Wood Plank Christmas Decorated Sugar Cookies YouTube video HERE

Snowman on Distressed Wood Decorated Sugar Cookie YouTube video HERE

Wood Grain NOEL Plaque Decorated Sugar Cookie YouTube video HERE

Truck with Christmas Tree Decorated Sugar Cookie YouTube video HERE

Funky Snowman Decorated Sugar Cookie YouTube video HERE

Christmas Gift with Bow Decorated Sugar Cookie YouTube video HERE


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Rustic Patriotic Tag Decorated Cookies (Tutorial)

I love the rustic look so much! Before I started these cookies, I had a technique in mind to try.....and in the middle of the experiment, I accidently scraped some of the color off the top  of the cookie and realized.....THAT'S IT! That's the look I was going for. :)

To make tag cookies, you can use just about any shape and then use a straw to cut out a hole on one side of the shape. For these particular cookies, I used the tea bag cutter from That's A Nice Cookie Cutter designed for me to complete the Tea Time for Mom Decorated Cookie Collection. It has a tag hole built right into the cutter. 

Once the cookies are baked and cooled, brush dry chestnut and caramel elite colors over the top of the cookie surface. (see photo below)

Combine a small amount of vodka (or clear extract, i.e. almond extract) with royal blue and red rose elite dusts separately to make blue and red "paints".

Brush the paint roughly over the cookie making sure it is not uniform in order to give it that rustic, primitive look.'s the fun discover......use a small knife or thin flat surfaced tool to scrape random parts of the painted color off the tag.

Also, if you'd like to add a shape on top of the tag, find a correctly sized mini cookie cutter and press it into the still wet "paint" to make an impression you can use later to pipe the shape with glaze. (see photo below)

Allow the cookie to dry for at least an hour and then outline and flood the shape over the top of the painted surface.

If desired, you can add an aged-look to the piped shape once it has dried overnight by brushing it with dry brown dust.


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