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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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Woodland Fall Decorated Cookie Collection

Remember the warning about my obsession with autumn cookies....... here's my THIRD set of the season. And this is by far is my favorite. Those colors......and those molded clay pieces.....LOVE!

Cookie decorating doesn't have to be super complex. Using lots of silicone molds with edible clay allows you to create extraordinary cookies without exhausting effort. There seems to be a growing demand for molds......and therefore....so many new ones to choose from. I found a wonderful source for silicone molds HERE. Check them out!

My last (and favorite) fall set of the season.....promise!

Autumn Metal Can Bouquet Decorated Sugar Cookies YouTube video (Click Photo)

Autumn Metal Can Bouquet Decorated Sugar Cookies YouTube video (Click Photo)

Fall Woodgrain Plaque Decorated Sugar Cookie YouTube vide  HERE

Fall Woodgrain Plaque Decorated Sugar Cookie YouTube vide HERE

Tree Log Slice Decorated Sugar Cookies YouTube video  HERE

Tree Log Slice Decorated Sugar Cookies YouTube video HERE

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Wheat Bouquet Decorated Sugar Cookie YouTube video  HERE

Wheat Bouquet Decorated Sugar Cookie YouTube video HERE

Autumn Basket Bouquet Decorated Sugar Cookie YouTube video  HERE

Autumn Basket Bouquet Decorated Sugar Cookie YouTube video HERE

 
 


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Autumn Delights Decorated Cookie Collection

As promised......MORE autumn cookies to celebrate the most wonderful time of the year....

This set is a bit less traditional that my usual fall sets. And I tried to incorporate the wet-on-wet technique as much as possible. It's amazing how much faster it is to decorate a cookie when you flood it and add most of the details all at one time!

You've been forewarned that I'm currently dreaming up another fall-ish set of cookies for the near future.

Come on now......can there really be too many autumn cookies for the season? πŸ˜‰

Apple & Pear Decorated Sugar Cookies YouTube video  HERE

Apple & Pear Decorated Sugar Cookies YouTube video HERE

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Autumn Banner Decorated Sugar Cookie YouTube video  HERE

Autumn Banner Decorated Sugar Cookie YouTube video HERE

Autumn Leaf and Acorn Decorated Sugar Cookies YouTube video  HERE

Autumn Leaf and Acorn Decorated Sugar Cookies YouTube video HERE

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FALL Bunting Decorated Sugar Cookies YouTube video (Click on Photo)

FALL Bunting Decorated Sugar Cookies YouTube video (Click on Photo)

Mason Jar Fall Bouquet Decorated Sugar Cookie YouTube video (Click on Photo)

Mason Jar Fall Bouquet Decorated Sugar Cookie YouTube video (Click on Photo)

Harvest Wheat Pail Decorated Sugar Cookie YouTube video (Click on Photo)

Harvest Wheat Pail Decorated Sugar Cookie YouTube video (Click on Photo)

 
 


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Rustic Autumn Cookie Collection



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Wheat Sheaf Cookies (Tutorial)






Wheat sheaves add such beauty to an autumn cookie platter.
They have been on my cookie "bucket list" for quite some time.
There's lots of lines to pipe, but the end results make it worth it.


Any long rectangle-shaped cookie will provide  the area needed for the wheat sheaf.

I created the shape used here by cutting a large long oval.
Cut off the bottom for a flat surface and cut out some arc-ed sides with the long oval cutter.
(see photo below)


Once the cookie is baked and cooled, flood the entire surface with white glaze.

Dry for about 1 hour. 
Outline and flood the wheat sheaf shape (try to say that quickly!) with tan glaze.
(see photo below)


Allow the tan glaze to dry for at least 30 minutes.
Then in 15 minute increments, add rows of vertical lines as shown below.


After 2 or 3 layers of vertical lines, begin to add the diagonal wheat kernels, first on one side.
After 15 minutes, add the kernels on the other side.
(see photo below)


Add some type of tie around the "waist" of the sheaf.
(see photo below)



Dry overnight.

Add dimension and "age" to the wheat by dusting on some caramel pearl dust.








Autumn 2015 Cookie Collection


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