Friday, October 28, 2011

Pastel Baby Shower Cookies -TUTORIAL

Hello everyone, I hope you all had a fabulous week and I am sure you all are getting ready for Halloween. Around here we are excited, little Cami has her custom ready.She still keeps changing her mind about what she wants to be for Halloween, but her costume has been pick up and she has to stick with her original choice...a ladybug!
Her little sister in the other hand will be nice and cosy, orange PJ's that will be. Don't judge me, but I do not agree putting my almost one month old baby in a costume.

As you can see in this post, around here we are in baby mode. I am posting another tutorial for the fabulous
cookie site The Cookie Cutter Company, did you like them on their facebook page? You should, a little bird told me that some great giveaways are coming their way.
Thank you so much who participated in the giveaway, please make sure to check the winners in my last post.

BABY COOKIES


I used some baby gift bags that I have gotten in the last couple of days as inspiration for the colors and the designs of the cookies.


Prepare your cookies according to your recipe,bake them and get ready to have some fun decorating them

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To make these BABY Cookie designs you will need:



BABY COOKIES WITH FONDANT ROSES


Making the Onesie Cookie
I used a food marker to outline the onesie's jumper detail before outlining the cookie with the royal icing.

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Making the Baby Bib cookie

 


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Making the Baby Carriage cookie


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BABY PASTEL COOKIES WITH WORDS


As always, you need to start outlining and flooding the cookies

For these particular designs, make sure you let the cookies dry overnight


Making the Baby Onesie

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Making the Baby Carriage

A very simple, yet cute design. Outline the cookie carriage and wheels, also flood small details.
 Let cookie dry for a few hours before adding the words.



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Making the Baby Bib

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I hope this tutorial will help you in your next cookie adventure.
Have a wonderful weekend everyone

13 comments:

vanillabeanbaker said...

These are adorable, love the pastel colours you chose. Hope your little ladybug has fun trick-or-treating.

Honey B said...

wow...they came out super duper awesome! Thanks for sharing the tutorial with us. Quick question...how long or far ahead can you make the cookies prior to bby shower? How long will they keep?

Sweet Hugs,
Honey B
http://honeybsweetindulgence.blogspot.com/

Mari @ Mari's Cakes said...

They are beautiful cookies! My favorite is the carriage one.

Have a fantastic weekend!

Hugs :)

Nanna (PynteKagen) said...
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Nanna (PynteKagen) said...

Wauw - they are beautiful:-)

Jane said...

Fantastic cookie decorating tutorial! I love your cookie designs, and all of the warm, appealing color choices you made as well. Really beautiful work!

Aurora said...

Las galletas son preciosas y el tutorial, una maravilla, muchas gracias por compartirlo!!!
Bsssssss.

Ratita Golosa said...

Preciosas las galletas y el tutorial estupendo.
Besos!

Sue said...

This cookie set is just beautiful, Kathia! The colors are so pretty and cheerful:)

SweetThingsTO said...

I can't believe you had time to put together a tutorial! It's fabulous! Hope you and the little one are doing great!

Jasmine Lafuente said...

My flooding always over-floods! Do you have a tip to keep this from happening?

Baby Cakes by Jasmine

Guadalupe Matos said...

the tip, number one, is that a wilton tip, or is a different brand? if so, can you please tell me the brand name? thank you so much Guadalupe

sirking said...

Thanks for the blog post buddy! Keep them coming... http://specialbabyshowers.com

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