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Thread: Decorating Sugar Cookies

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    Senior Member debp33's Avatar
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    I love decorating sugar cookies! I made a video tutorial on how to use a powdered sugar icing to decorate a beehive, a bumblebee, and a ladybug.

    It's posted on my blog here:
    http://debzpicaday.blogspot.com/2011...46-of-365.html

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    I love the lady bug. Hope to have time to try making them soon. Thanks for the video.

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    During the quilt show here one year, my friend and I made "quilt cookies". We used 1/2" thick sugar cookie squares 4"x4" and decorated them like quilt blocks using royal icing. They sold like crazy! It was a fund raiser for our sons to to a band function...gosh what moms do for their kids. It would have been way cheaper and easier I think in the long run to just have given them the money...but dang we had some cool cookies.

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    thanks for the video, great job!

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    Thanks

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    Great blog. Thanks.

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    Great blog. Thanks.

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    Thank you so much for the video --- I make oodles of cookies for Christmas and these look so easy to do.

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    Thanks so much for the video, these are so cute!

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    I added a poll to my blog about what you think my next video tutorial should be about. Check it out and vote!

    http://debzpicaday.blogspot.com

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    Way tooo cute. I like the idea about the quilt sugar cookies, imagine the colors. Thank you for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by debp33
    I added a poll to my blog about what you think my next video tutorial should be about. Check it out and vote!

    http://debzpicaday.blogspot.com
    Thats a great idea, I have been collecting buttons before i could walk, my collection is soooo very extensive that no one can go through them without my knowledge. I am so fasinated with them and I think I don't have enough so I keep searching. I even pick them off the ground.

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    Quote Originally Posted by craftymatt2
    Way tooo cute. I like the idea about the quilt sugar cookies, imagine the colors. Thank you for sharing.
    For our quilt retreat I rubber stamped, on fondant, quilt blocks and an old fashioned sewing machine. Used the food pens to color in the quilt blocks. All is edible ---I used air brush food dye, brand new stamps, well washed, and removed from the wooden block (which is porous) and put the stamp on an acrylic block. Then I attached the stamped fondant to the top of a sugar cookie w/ corn syrup. They were a hit!!

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    Great job cookie decorating! I've generally just done the white icing and then used the food pens for color. You made it look easy! I'll have to try this next time.

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    I really enjoyed this video, thank you :D:D:D

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