I made these adorable Baptism Cookies for my Best friends baby a few weeks ago while I was in México. I wanted to make something cute and elegant that matched the dessert table she made and the center pieces she used in the tables.
In order to start this project you need to make a head a time the blossoms, so they are completely dry once you have to place them in the crosses, learn how to make the by watching: How to Pipe Cherry Blossoms with Royal Icing
To decorate these cookies, you’ll need the following colors and consistencies of royal icing:
- Flood consistency royal icing: White, blue and ivory
- Medium consistency royal icing: Blue and ivory
- Stiff consistency royal icing: Brown and white
My Sugar Cookie & Royal Icing Recipe
To achieve the proper royal icing consistencies, please read my blog post: What is Royal Icing?
This is the cookie cutter I use, you can buy it by clicking on the picture:
Here’s the list of supplies you’ll need to complete this project, with links to the products I use:
- Round cookie cutter
- Cross cookie cutter
- 12″ Piping bags
- Round tip #2
- Round tip #3
- Petal tip #101
- Wilton Color Right System
- Black edible ink marker
- White sugar pearls
- Flower nail
- Decorating tweezers
- Scribe Tool
Leave any questions in the comments!
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