What a great tutorial. I'll try this with my kids on our Christmas cookies. I appreciate you including a recipe as well.
Thank you madcobbler! I'm sure your kids will love making cookies with this technique. When making these cookies with kids or beginner decorators, I would recommend that you make an extra thick icing "dam" that you let completely dry (30-40 min. Depending on weather). This dam will contain your icing and avoid any icing leakage! Please share pics of your cookies with us;) I would LOVE to see your own cookies!
Love your tutorial! Can you please tell us where you got the little bottles for the flood icing? And if they have a small opening similar to a #2 or #3 tip? Thank you so much.
Hi Suzzana! I'm sorry it took me so long to respond :)...between work and family, the end of the year is hectic in this Kingdom of mine!!!
The little bottles you mentioned I bought through CK products, since I have a whole sale account with them. I'm sure other retails shops sell them as well, here is the Info! Name: Squeezit Mold Painter Sizes: 2oz. or 8 oz. (mine are the 2oz. size)
They come with a plastic coupler that works with any tip, and it comes with a plastic tip equivalent to a #2 Ateco tip, perfect for flooding your cookies! Hope this helps :), and share pics of your own beautiful cookies...Would love to see them:)
Hi, I'd like to know why it is that you boil the water and then bring it to room temperature. Why can't you just use room temperature water?
Great tutorial! I have one question though. How do you prevent the colors from bleeding when you do wet on wet?
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