In this tutorial I’ll teach you how to use stencils on cookies to make ornaments for your Christmas Tree.
To decorate these cookies, you’ll need the following colors and consistencies of royal icing:
- Flood consistency royal icing: White, red, green and blue
- Medium consistency royal icing: Ivory
My Sugar Cookie And Royal Icing Recipe
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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:
- Biscuit Cookie Cutter by Ann Clark
- 12″ Decorating bags
- Round tip #2
- Round tip #3
- Royal icing stencils (similar, mine are old and I found them on Walmart)
- Royal 4 pc GOLDEN TAKLON DETAIL BRUSH SET by ROYAL BRUSH
- Antique gold color dust
- Cookie turntable
- Scribe tool
Leave any questions in the comments!
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7 thoughts on “Stencil Ornament Cookies”
I was just watching your videos on you tube and loveyour designs! My question is about the stencils. It looks like they’re adhered to the cookie slightly while you’re decorating. If so, what do you use for this?
The stencils come like that (with adhesive) so you can either used them over royal icing, fondant or chocolate.
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How do you make the small hole on the cookie ornament?
You need to use a #12 tip to make the hole .
I’m assuming that is before you bake them?
Either way will work.