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Rustic Autumn Leaf Cookies (Tutorial)





This certainly isn't the first time making autumn leaf cookies,
but the texture achieved on this set was more than satisfying.


Using a very thick glaze (one that you could roll up a small piece into a ball by hand),
cover the surface of leaf cookies using a knife.
(see photo below)


The glaze is so thick that it will hold the rough surface desired.

You can make vein lines in the leaves right away using a boo boo stick or knife.


Dry the cookies overnight.

Brush the cookies with petal dust using a loose brush.
Dusts Used:
(The orange and red leaves were painted with gel color since I didn't have those petal dusts,
but the red and orange petal dusts should work as well as the sunflower and brown dusts.)





Autumn 2015 Cookie Collection


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Easy Stamper Leaf Cookies (Tutorial)







Stamper cutters are perfect for easy cookies when you can imprint partially-dried glaze with a stamp.


These autumn-themed stamper cutters worked well for this set of cookies.

Znu Cake Leaves Set Plunger and Cutter (green cutters below)
R&M International Assorted Leaves & Acorn Cookie Stamper Set (assorted colors below)

Take the plunger portion off the cutter and cut the cookie dough as shown below.


Once they are baked and cooled, outline and flood each cookie.

Allow them to dry for 4 hours.

Use the stamp portion of the cutter to imprint the partially-dried glaze.



Simple and easy decorating.....




Autumn 2015 Cookie Collection


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Fall Leaves Cookie Collection



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