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Painting on a cookie

Category: Tutorials

Yankee Girl Yummies here. Some of you might have noticed this, but for those of you haven’t – I’ve recently started painting on cookies. It’s a great way to add a lot of colors to your cookies, without all the hassle of mixing and bagging a bunch of colors. I also love the way that you can create texture and depth with the stroke of a paintbrush.

Naked Stamping

Category: Tutorials

Naked Stamping tutorial

Stamping on a cookie was something that I have given a lot of thought to over the past year or so. My disclaimer on this tutorial is this: I don’t know anything about stamps and being ‘food safe’. I did a little bit of research and what I decided was this – if it’s a food designated stamp (meaning never used with regular ink) and washed well, it’s probably fine.

Ninja Cookies

Category: Tutorials

We’re having a little ninja party here…but not for a few weeks. Due to time constraints – I needed to make them ahead of time. They are now tucked away in the freezer – their stern looks frozen into place. When I mentioned on FB that these guys were getting frozen, I received some questions about freezing cookies. I’ll, briefly, touch base on that later in the blog.

Crackled Castle Brick Technique

Category: Tutorials

Sneak Peek of Door Cookie

It all started with this photograph. How did I achieve the crackled look on the gray brick? Honestly – it was my first time painting on a cookie. I did not plan for it. But as you’ll see, once you start painting, the effect is noticeable immediately. I thought that it looked cool so I went with it.

What I learned about using tiny PME tips…

Category: Tutorials

Since this is a new year, I have resolved to try some new things this year. Try some techniques and tools that I find intimidating – like the dreaded, tiny PME tip…

Googly-Eyed Heart Valentines

Category: Tutorials

It all started with silly stickers. I felt the need to cookie them, but then was not at all happy with the results. These have the potential to be the cutest classroom valentine treats!

 

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