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Happy 4th of July, America Decorated Cookie Collection

Bring out your red white and blue decorations with lots of sparkly silver.....we are celebrating the birthday of America! YEAH! πŸŽ‰

There's so much to be thankful for. I thank God often that I've lived my life as an American and have had such incredible freedoms. 

Hurray for the RED WHITE and BLUE....

God bless America!

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Happy Independence Day 2017 Decorated Cookie Collection

As we celebrate the birth of our great nation and enjoy the sweet freedom that was acquired from it's formation, may we be thankful for all that we have each and every day. 

God bless America!

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Happy Independence Day!

 


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Fireworks Decorated Cookies

For me, the best part of a Fourth of July celebration is the huge fireworks that spread out over the sky above me. It's stunning to see such beauty displayed from an explosion. 

Trying to emulate it on cookies is harder than I thought it would be. Using wet-on-wet is always a time saver and makes for a quickly decorated cookie, but getting all the dots and flourishes in the right place to show a symetrical fireworks display is a bit tricky.

Start with a round or scalloped round cookie. Outline and flood it with a darker blue glaze. 

While the glaze is still very wet, add circular patterns of differing fireworks. Use red, light blue and white glaze to form those patterns. My suggestion would be to find some clipart of fireworks and study those patterns before attempting the wet-on-wet piping.

This is such a fun, and relatively easy cookie.

KaBOOM!



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