Valentine’s Day cookie ornaments
These Valentine’s Day cookie ornaments are made with cookies, fondant or royal icing, and edible icing sheets.
Eek, it’s my last giveaway of January before the real fun begins! Because I’m going with the assumption you can’t have too much sugar, the entire month of February will be devoted to Sugarlicious.
I’m talking more giveaways (lots), treats, sneak peeks, chats and I’ll stop there before I give it all away. Let’s just say you won’t be escaping Sugarlicious until March at least.
What’s icing paper you ask?
how to make Valentine’s Day cookie ornaments
- cookie dough
- 1 1/2-inch cookie circle cutter
- 1 1/2-inch circle punch
- hole punch
- sugar sheets
- rolling pin
- clean paint brush
- light corn syrup
- icing or frosting (optional)
- baker’s twine or string
step one: prepare your fondant toppers
step two: bake your cookies
step three: assemble your cookies
royal icing substitute
So this week I get to give FIVE of you the awesome Prize Pack,
and I’m throwing in some icing paper, too! The store only had three left of the design shown, so I got two with little hearts.
to ENTER to WIN:
a sneak peek booklet AND
the awesome Prize Pack that includes
an oven mitt, spatula, apron, a few recipes, post-its AND
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(Sorry folks, funds are limited so I have to keep this US addresses only!)
UPDATE: Congratulations to Kesha, Kimi, Sue, Elisa and Jennifer! Their comments were drawn by random.org to win the goods! Thank you to all for participating, and check back for plenty more giveaways!! GS Lortsher… they had icing sheets in Holland in the ’70s? I had no idea they ever existed before now. Morgan, me too!! Totally Target. And I say “Oh, I got that at Target” about five times a day. Karen, what a lovely tribute to your mom. Rice paper has been on my list to try with edible writers for ages. And Val, yep! I think the picture on the package shows the cake with a round of icing sheet on top and the sides frosted.