The Partiologist: Christmas Cookies!

Christmas Cookies!

So it's December and I have more ideas in my head than I'll ever have time to make.  Today I'll show you a few cookies that I had fun making, using stamps.
 
Vintage Christmas Cookies
 
Giving you a close up~


After stamping on the cookies, I added detail with royal icing, sanding sugar and fondant.
 

Using the same stamp as I used on Halloween cookies, I turned them into Vintage Christmas Cookies.
 
Paint the back of the rubber stamp with black food color and stamp in on the cookie.

Make fondant holly leaves with a plunger cutter.

Add the leaves to the cookie, pipe three white royal icing dots and add red berries (candy).

I told you they were vintage, just like it says.
 
These are more stamped cookies with added icing and fondant.
 
Of course I had to make a few simple little snowflake cookies~
 
With a bit of shimmer.
 
Bake your snowflake cookies.
 
Pipe an outline with royal icing.
 
Flood the center of all the cookies.
 
Decorate the snowflake any way possible - no two flakes are alike.  Maybe they are in the cookie world! 
 
Add shimmer with edible disco dust and a silver dragees in the middle.
 


 There's snow time to lose, it's Christmas...
 
Bake Faster!
 
 


4 comments :

  1. Love the Vintage Christmas cookie. May I ask what stamp you used. So glad I found you! Your creations are awesome!!

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    1. Thank you Cindy, unfortunately, I have searched online to find the name of the stamp and I have been unable to find it. What I remember is, I purchased it at either Joann Fabrics or Michaels.

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  2. Thank you so much! What is the type or theme of the stamp..vintage receipt etc?

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    1. I'm so sorry I don't have more information. I looked again and I'm unable to find the exact stamp online. I do remember it was a clear stamp, but that's about all. :(

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