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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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Textured Pumpkin Decorated Cookies (Tutorial)

Here's some super easy textured pumpkin cookies that look fairly realistic.

The dough was rolled onto texture mats and then the shapes were cut out. Try some of these fantastic molds:

Once the cookies are baked and cooled, brush on some dry color dust. Here's the dust colors I used for these cookies:



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Woodland Tree Trunk Heart Cookie (Tutorial)






It seems that everywhere you turn.......the rustic woodland theme abounds.

So in honor of Valentines Day and the woodland theme,
here's a fun tree trunk heart cookie tutorial.

You'll need a heart cookie and three shades of golden tan glaze.

Randomly outline the heart with the darkest tan glaze, making sure there's lots of ridges and points.
Immediately, follow up by adding a layer of the medium tan glaze right next to the darker outline.



Allow the glaze to dry for about 30 minutes.

Flood the interior with light tan (ivory) glaze.


Add additional pipings of the two darker colors of glaze on top of their original outlines.
The more texture, the better.
(see photo below)


Allow the cookie to dry for 2-3 hours.
Using a boo boo stick or toothpick, add some dents, lines, and pokes to the "bark edge".


In the middle of the heart, carve out a word, or initials, or a saying
as it might be done on a trunk stump.
Use the blunt end of the booboo stick or a cake tester or other fondant tool.


Using a graduated set of circle cutters,
press some rings into the trunk as seen below.
It is not necessary to use the entire circle with each imprint.
Instead just use portions (arcs) of the circle to make random rings.




Allow the cookie to dry overnight.

Using a paint brush and some Americolor Ivory color gel, 
paint some subtle darker rings into the trunk.





2015 Valentines Day Cookie Collection


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