What's The Bes Way To Get This Image On A Cookie?

Baking By berryblondeboys Updated 20 Apr 2009 , 2:53pm by berryblondeboys

berryblondeboys Posted 20 Apr 2009 , 12:36pm
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I have been asked (for my 'church' (Ethical Society) to make 225 cookies. I figure the best/fastest way is to make circular cookies, 'ice' with fondant circles and then either stenciling, stamping with food coloring or creating another cookie cutter with this image:


It doesn't have to be a multi colored image, but can be just blue or something....

How would I go about making a stamp? or would a stencil be easier? I would say I would free hand it, but it would start to look too cross-like and it's not a cross, but "ethical man in the world".

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cookiemookie Posted 20 Apr 2009 , 1:46pm
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Do you have access to a Sissix or Cricut machine?

If you do you could use it to cut circles and then hand cut(if you have the Sizzix) the design with an exacto knife for a stencil. Not sure what you would do with a Cricut, as far as what software you need to design it.

My suggestion if you make your stencil, use culinary stencil material. When you are making that many cookies, you are going to need a sturdy stencil. I would actually make several, it will cut on your cleaning time. I'm assuming you will stencil the icing on for the design.

berryblondeboys Posted 20 Apr 2009 , 1:56pm
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Where would I find uncut culinary stencil material? And great idea about making several!

Cakeonista Posted 20 Apr 2009 , 2:21pm
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You could make a stencil out of a sturdier cardboard and use it exactly the way you would a stencil with bc. Or try and free hand one with royal icing in a squirt bottle, I'm thinking you can do it, design seems simple enough.

berryblondeboys Posted 20 Apr 2009 , 2:26pm
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We'll see if they will even have me do it once they hear how much they cost! Cookies are NOT cheap!

Relznik Posted 20 Apr 2009 , 2:28pm
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My initial thoughts would be to do a circular cookie and then pipe the pattern in white royal icing. You can then dust the colours on, once the RI is dry.

Suzanne x

gwright0906 Posted 20 Apr 2009 , 2:29pm
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Here's how I make my stencils...

Print out the image the size you want it to be. "Laminate" it with contact paper on the front and back. I get my contact paper at Walmart where the shelf liners are. Then take an exacto knife and cut the image out.

You're ready to roll after that icon_wink.gif

newmansmom2004 Posted 20 Apr 2009 , 2:33pm
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I'd go with the stencil - I think it'd go faster.

berryblondeboys Posted 20 Apr 2009 , 2:33pm
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Ok, I just happened to have a bag with some icing in it yet from a cake I made yesterday and yes, I'm competent enough to pipe it directly - that saves time and expense.... How would I dust all those colors without it getting all over the place? I have VERY little experience with decorated cookies beyond the basics.

And how much for these cookies? Wrapped.

Relznik Posted 20 Apr 2009 , 2:40pm
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Put the tiniest bit of powder onto your brush. Then practically take it all off! icon_biggrin.gif Dab onto a piece of kitchen paper to take off all the excess and then brush/dab to build up the colour onto the RI.

This way, it shouldn't go everywhere.... she says, hopefully! icon_biggrin.gif

berryblondeboys Posted 20 Apr 2009 , 2:53pm
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The Rainbow like image is very 'blended'... what about using sanding sugar in rainbow colors kind of strategically placed on a plate and dipping it in it quickly?

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