baby cookies

I made these cookies for a friend at work for her daughter's baby shower. She told me at the last minute that she wanted her daughter's name on them so I had to improvise with the wafer paper ribbons. They look ok but I was dissappointed that they took away from some of the designs. Thanks for looking!

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thank you to all of you, again, baby celebrations are my favorite so I ALWAYS enjoy doing anything for baby showers. Kbselig the picture isn't very clear but the word baby and the trim on the heart is a pastel mix of nonpareils, the little ball thingys! Thanks for looking!

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thank you cookiecab, it's a royal icing recipe that I have been using forever, not sure if it is on here somewhere or not. It is 5 tbsp. water, 3 tbsp. meringue powder, 1 tbsp. (or equiv.) of flavoring (I use creme bouquet) and then enough powder sugar to make it the right consistency. For me, it is right when I can lift the beaters out and the part that drips back in takes 7-8 seconds to disappear into the rest of the icing. The "fluffy" part of the cap is just all white non-pareils, those tiny ba...

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thank you to all of you, again, baby celebrations are my favorite so I ALWAYS enjoy doing anything for baby showers. Kbselig the picture isn't very clear but the word baby and the trim on the heart is a pastel mix of nonpareils, the little ball thingys! Thanks for looking!

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thank you cookiecab, it's a royal icing recipe that I have been using forever, not sure if it is on here somewhere or not. It is 5 tbsp. water, 3 tbsp. meringue powder, 1 tbsp. (or equiv.) of flavoring (I use creme bouquet) and then enough powder sugar to make it the right consistency. For me, it is right when I can lift the beaters out and the part that drips back in takes 7-8 seconds to disappear into the rest of the icing. The "fluffy" part of the cap is just all white non-pareils, those tiny ba...


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