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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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World Globe Decorated Cookies (Tutorial)

Geography.......back to school means back to studying the world.

To make this world globe cookie, use the tombstone/horseshoe cutter from
Sugarbelle's Shapeshifters set to cut out the cookies.


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Ellie the Elephant Decorated Cookie (Tutorial)

When I was approached about contributing an animal shape for Cookie Cutters for Charity, I immediately knew I wanted to do an elephant. My daughter-in-law was using elephants to decorate for our second grandchild arriving in May 2017. I had already planned to make some cute elephant cookies for the baby shower. So this was the perfect chance to come up with a cute shape for both the shower and the charity event. It was a win win for both!

The entire collection of animal cutters from a host of awesome decorators is now available HERE. There are 17 different shapes and a beautiful booklet sharing about each decorator and their contribution. 

100% of the profits from the sale of these cutters goes toward the Helping Hands, Inc ministry in India which teaches underprivileged women some professional baking/decorating skills for a job. What a blessed ministry!

Animal Cookie Cutter Set for Charity

Ellie the Elephant (which is not an original name.....but since my granddaughter is Emmy, it fit) was born.

She's pretty easy to decorate. Just outline and flood the entire shape in the color glaze of your choice. Add a wet-on-wet pattern if desired. Allow it to dry for about 1 hour before adding a second layer for the head, ears, and trunk. (see photos below)

While the second layer is still wet, add two black pearls for her eyes.

And if you are so inclined, add stitch marks and eyebrows with a black edible food color marker.


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Amusement Park FUN Decorated Cookie Collection

We are deep into summer and what better cookies to depict the fun and action of the season but an amusement park theme.

When planning this set, I tried my best to add all the things that bring back the most memories experiencing the best in all those parks. :)

Enjoy your Summer everyone!


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Bumper Car Decorated Sugar Cookies (Tutorial)

In keeping with the summer amusement park theme, I just HAD to make a bumper car. 
I'd say this is probably one of my favorite rides as I was growing up.
The wait line was always long and the actual time in the cars was always too short. ;)
Great memories.....

Cut off the bottom 1/5 of a long fat oval cookie to make a nice flat surface for the bottom of the bumper car. I used these oval cutters. 
Insert a sturdy straw into the back top of the car to leave a hole that you can later fill with a decorative straw. (see photos below)

Once the cookie is baked and cooled, outline and flood the bottom "bumper" with grey glaze as shown below. Next outline and flood the actual car in whatever color glaze you'd like.
After the car has dried for approximately 30 minutes, add details like a headlight, steering wheel, and seat back.

Dry overnight.

If desired, make a mixture of silver dust & alcohol (or clear extract, i.e. almond) and paint the grey portions of the car to give a shiny finish. (I'm sorry I forgot to get a photo of this step.)

Poke a decorative straw into the created hole at the back of the car and bend the top of the straw, as seen below.

Let the bumpy ride begin!


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