Nature creates the most beautiful art.
|That's me, under the frozen waterfall.|
- Outline cookie with white royal icing.
- Using a thin royal icing(about 5 second icing) apply a very thin layer of icing, distributing icing with a brush onto the cookie surface. Let dry completely.
- Reason I used a very thin icing for the 1st coat is because I wanted to avoid having 2 thick layers of icing on the cookies.
- Using a flood(10 to 15 second icing) icing and a crumbled piece of plastic wrap, apply white icing directly onto the blue layer. Dabbing away, almost as if you were faux painting the wall.
- Once you covered the whole cookies, take a toothpick and draw snowflake like lines, stars or such. You will need to wipe the toothpick few times while drawing. Once you made enough stars to cover the whole cookies, you can let the icing dry completely.
- Once icing has dried, spray the cookies with pearl spray for added shimmer.
|Using outline royal icing consistency, outline with white and flood the cookie with a thin blue icing|
|Spread and push the icing into the hard to reach areas with a small brush|
|Pipe little bit of flood consistency icing onto the cookie|
|Using crumbled piece of plastic wrap apply "Faux finish" onto the cookie, dabbing all over the blue layer|
|Using a toothpick draw stars, snowflakes into the wet white icing|
|Wipe the toothpick as needed|
|Icy Snowflake cookie. Once icing is dry spray the cookies with Pearl Spray to add shimmer|
I used a similar technique to create a frosty window effect on my Gingerbread Bird House
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