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Thanksgiving 2018 Decorated Cookie Collection

This season is the best......to celebrate by reflecting on all that which we are thankful for. I love it! It is so important that we pull ourselves away from our daily grind to recognize how much we have and hold. 

May you have the best Thanksgiving ever!

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Now, our God, we give you thanks, and praise your glorious name. 1 Chronicles 29:13

Thanksgiving Heart Decorated Sugar Cookies YouTube video  HERE

Thanksgiving Heart Decorated Sugar Cookies YouTube video HERE

Autumn Leaves Decorated Sugar Cookies YouTube video  HERE

Autumn Leaves Decorated Sugar Cookies YouTube video HERE

Thanksgiving Wheat Decorated Sugar Cookie YouTube video  HERE

Thanksgiving Wheat Decorated Sugar Cookie YouTube video HERE

Pumpkin Decorated Sugar Cookie YouTube video  HERE

Pumpkin Decorated Sugar Cookie YouTube video HERE

Thanksgiving Bunting Decorated Sugar Cookies YouTube video  HERE

Thanksgiving Bunting Decorated Sugar Cookies YouTube video HERE

Thankful Decorated Sugar Cookies YouTube video  HERE

Thankful Decorated Sugar Cookies YouTube video HERE

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Indian Corn Decorated Cookie (Tutorial)

For some reason, Indian corn cookies have been hard to emulate in the past.
Either they were way too detailed and time consuming, or
they didn't appear the way I wanted them to.
Now with fondant embossers, I found a design that I really like....
and it's not too time-consuming.

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Believe it or not, I used a tall Easter egg cutter for this design.
But a longer oval will work just fine.

Outline and flood the entire shape in gold glaze.
Allow the icing to dry for at least 3 hours, and then use either one of these embossers to imprint "kernel" marks into the glaze.

There are other brick texture mats that also might work to make these impressions.

Using orange and brown glaze, outline and flood a few random kernel impressions
throughout the cookie.
(see photo below)

Dry overnight.

Dust dry chocolate luster dust over the kernels to give it a shaded and rustic look.

 


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