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
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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
To make these BABY Cookie designs you will need:
- Baby Bib cookie cutter
- Baby Carriage cookie cutter
- Baby Onesie cookie cutter
- White, lavander, baby green and baby yellow royal icing ( thick for pipping and thin to flood the cookies)
- Pastry bags, couplers and tips #1 and #2
- Pink Fondant roses ( optional)
- Piping gel ( to attach flowers to cookie, you can use royal icing also)
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.
Making the Baby Bib cookie
Making the Baby Carriage cookie
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
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.
Making the Baby Bib
I hope this tutorial will help you in your next cookie adventure.
Have a wonderful weekend everyone