Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Princess Crown and Dress Cookies



These cookies went along with the castle cake I made for my daughter. I wanted them to be blue for cinderella, but I wanted them to be much simpler. I loved the sweet accents on these dresses and the belt made them complete. I made these a week later and added a belt to the dresses with the dots and wished I would have done it to these also.

5 comments:

Treasure Ann said...

Those are cute. I especially love the princess dresses with the lines at the bottom.

Sugar Lips! said...

Hi!All of these cookies are fantastic! I was wondering how you decorate them though? The edges are so perfect. Do you use a stiffer icing to out line and then flood with a more liquidy icing? What are your methods and what is your recipe if you dont mind sharing! please email me? sugarlipscakes@gmail.com

Thanks!!

Alyson said...

I came across your blog and all your cookies are adorable! I'm just starting out with cookie-making and having fun learning and experimenting.
I'm curious about your icing too. I have a nice glaze recipe but if too thin it runs off the sides, and too thick it's hard to spread. I haven't tried royal icing yet. Wondering if you outline with a thicker icing, and fill in with a thinner one?
Keep up the nice work!

João Pedro said...

I loved all the work here I leave my blog for cutting

http://latas-formasecortantes.blogspot.com

Cookingfor5 said...

My icing is a combination of royal and glaze. I use 1 tbsp. of Meringue Powder and 2 Tbsp. of Corn Syrup. Mix for at least 5 minutes to allow the meringue to give the icing body and fluffy enough to hold it's shape. Good Luck! Is should look like elmer's glue when you test with a spoon.

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