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Victorian Hand Painted Cookies

Painting on fondant or royal icing may have started as a trend, but it has quickly become a staple as a cake decorating technique. If you have never painted anything in your life - this method most likely seems daunting (or impossible). Don't worry, you will see that it is possible, and with a few tips and practice you’ll be
wanting to paint everything!

By Bobbie Noto
5th Avenue Cake Designs
http://5thavenuecakedesigns.com/

  • #1/4" & #1/8"-inch shader artist brush
  • #0/0 script liner artist brush
  • #2/0 round artist brush
  • #6 square artist brush
  • #1.5 PME nozzle
  • Parchment cone
  • Artist brush for royal icing
  • Dehydrator
  • Royal icing
  • Heart shape cookies
  • Satin Ice fondant
  • Petal dust
  • Aubergine, Plum and Burgundy SF or Rainbow dust
  • Moss green, Foliage, Red & Violet, SF
  • Vine and Chestnut SKGI
  • Everclear or lemon extract
  • Cooled boiled water

Painting on fondant or royal icing may have started as a trend, but it has quickly become a staple as a cake decorating technique. If you have never painted anything in your life - this method most likely seems daunting (or impossible). Don't worry, you will see that it is possible, and with a few tips and practice you’ll be
wanting to paint everything!

Let's Get Started:

Directions:
Bake, cool and cover your cookies a day prior to decorating. You may cover the cookies with plum colored fondant or royal icing - both coverings work perfectly.

Creating the base color:
Use petal dust for the best results - 2 parts violet, 1  part red -  knead until amalgamated.

Fondant - Day 1:
Cover the cooled heart cookie with a plum/magenta fondant and allow to set over night. Cut out 1/8" thick fondant hearts and allow to dry over night. 

To see the full fondant cookie video tutorial

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