Have you heard of Wilton sugar sheets or have you ever used Wilton sugar sheets? Well, it's a quick and easy way to decorate a cookie. After finding the colorful baskets, I knew these cookies would be a perfect fit. Topped with the edible paper, it's A Party on a Cookie!When I packaged them up, it became a party in a basket~
After letting the frosting set overnight, I carefully stacked the cookies in the basket and tied it with a tag.
I didn't ask if any were smashed, I just hoped for the best.
Let's make them, I know you want to~
The sugar sheets came in strips, with gift designs and a border, which I think were to be used on a cake.
Only I wasn't making a cake, I was making cookies.
So this is what I did...I baked round cookies a little larger then the gift design, piped buttercream frosting with a Wilton #9 tip in a spiral covering the entire cookie.
These little gifts punched right off the sheet -Yea, no breakage!
Then I put a gift on each round cookie before the frosting dried.
Now for the confetti, I cut out and baked rectangle cookies and cut the border (confetti) into pieces.
Frosted each cookie with the same #9 Wilton tip and then topped with the confetti.
See those baskets? Yep, it was meant to be.
And now all my cookies are ready for the party.
My cookies get to have all the fun!
Happy Birthday Oliver!