Valentine Wedding Dress Cookie

January 24th, 2014 | Posted by Louisa Russell in Cookies

Valentine Cookie

How to decorate a Wedding Dress Cookie

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E-_Step-by-Step-Tutorials-2013_Valentines-2014_Wedding-Dress-Red-with-White-Rose_Web-Images-900-Use_Roll-Out-Icing    Roll out your icing 2.5 mm thick.

Cut-With-Wedding-Cookie-Cutter    Press firmly with the Wedding Dress Cookie Cutter.

Place-Wedding-Dress-Icing-onto-Cookie    Place your icing onto the cookie.  You can attach it with jam, royal icing, buttercream or melted chocolate.

Roll-A-Small-Ball-Of-Icing    Roll a small piece of white icing into a ball.

Push-Icing-into-Rose-Mould    Using our Rose Mould, place the ball of icing into the centre of the smallest rose and press firmly.

Flex-Rose-Out-Of-Mould    Gently flex the Rose Mould to release the rose.

Place-White-Rose-On-Dress    Using Edible Glue and a brush, place the white rose and three small icing balls onto the dress to create a belt.

Glue-Dress-With-Pearl-Glitter-Pot    Glue a thin layer of Edible Glue using a brush along the top and bottom edges of the wedding dress. Sprinkle and cover with Edible Pearl Glitter

Brush-Excess-Glitter-Off-Dress    Brush off all the excess Pearl Glitter.

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    For this Wedding Dress we used Pink Gems Edible Glitter and Pearl Edible Glitter.

    Using our Edible Glue and Brush, paint the glue onto the dress, then sprinkle the edible glitter on.

    We rolled a small piece of pink icing into a ball and placed it in the centre of the smallest rose

    on our Blossom Sugar Art Rose Mould.

    Enjoy  Valentine’s everyone.

 

 

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