Card Suit Cookies

These card suits were part of a "casino" collection that included card suits, dice and cards. They were made as a "Have fun in Vegas" gift.

Comments

keonicakes Says... 9 years ago

how did you ice them? love doing cakes, but not cookies. too tedius. Maybe i need a better icing for them?

bonniebakes Says... 8 years ago

thanks!! I use royal icing. You know, I think I prefer the cookies to the cakes. I'm not sure why...

bonniebakes Says... 8 years ago

thanks! I add al lot of the balck (or red) and let it sit overnight for the color to fully develop. The red is NOT wilton. I could never actually get a real red when I used the wilton colors. I don't remember the brand...not Americolor either.

southaustingirl Says... 8 years ago

very nice! What is your secret for getting the icing to look so black? Also, the red good really good, too. I use Americolor gel and my red never dries as nice as your cookies.

MrsMissey Says... 9 years ago

They are just too darn perfect! Great job!

Fishercakes Says... 9 years ago

Very creative! I love them!!

keonicakes Says... 9 years ago

how did you ice them? love doing cakes, but not cookies. too tedius. Maybe i need a better icing for them?

MrsMissey Says... 9 years ago

They are just too darn perfect! Great job!

Fishercakes Says... 9 years ago

Very creative! I love them!!

bonniebakes Says... 8 years ago

thanks!! I use royal icing. You know, I think I prefer the cookies to the cakes. I'm not sure why...

southaustingirl Says... 8 years ago

very nice! What is your secret for getting the icing to look so black? Also, the red good really good, too. I use Americolor gel and my red never dries as nice as your cookies.

bonniebakes Says... 8 years ago

thanks! I add al lot of the balck (or red) and let it sit overnight for the color to fully develop. The red is NOT wilton. I could never actually get a real red when I used the wilton colors. I don't remember the brand...not Americolor either.


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