In this tutorial you will learn how to decorate christmas cookies using the stencil technique, and working with 2 different consistencies of royal icing.
To learn more about royal icing consistencies please go to the link: What is Royal Icing?
For this project you will need to make Gingerbread cookies, and you can find my recipe here: Gingerbread Cookies
Click on the picture below to watch the tutorial on How to make a Royal Icing Reindeer
My Gingerbread Cookie And Royal Icing Recipes
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My Sugar Cookie And Royal Icing Recipe
Learn how to prepare my Sugar Cookie and Royal Icing Recipes and start decorating like a pro! Please note PDF will be send to your email, once payment is received. Allow 24 hours for Payment to be processed
To achieve the proper royal icing consistencies, please read my blog post: What is Royal Icing?
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Here you will find the rest of the supplies you’ll need for this project.
- Gingerbread cookies
- White, blue & fuchsia medium and flood consistency Royal Icing
- Round cookie cutters
- 12″ piping bags
- Icing bag ties
- Decorating tip #2
- Decorating tip #3
- Stick N stay stencils from Wilton
- Offset spatula
- Wilton Color Right System
- Gold color mist
- Decorating brush
- Antique gold crystallized pearl dust
- Neon edible ink marker
- Scribe tool
Fuchsia= For every 2 cups of royal icing, use 4 drops of blue and 8-10 drops of pink color.
Royal Blue= For every 2 cups of royal icing, use 1 drop of black and 8-10 drops of blue color.
Consider that color can vary depending on how much pressure you use while squeezing the Wilton bottles, my advice is to gradually add drops and mix the royal icing each time until you achieve the desire color.
The Wilton box comes with a color chart with instructions as well.
Follow the link to learn how to decorate these adorable cookies.
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