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Here Come the Bride and Bridesmaid Cookie Pops!


What a sweet treat for the bridal party and guests. Cookie pops decorated with Sugar Sheets! create unique facial features, flowers, hair and veil.
Makes: Each Cookie Pop serves 1
Skill Level: Somewhat Difficult

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Step 1

Roll out cookie dough and use largest round cutter to cut cookies. Bake and cool.

Step 2

Attach lollipop sticks to backs of cookies with melted candy; let set. Ice cookie with copper buttercream icing.

Step 3

For bridesmaid, use Flower Chain Border Cutting Insert and black Food Writer to trace pattern on the shiny side of Red Sugar Sheets!. Cut out with knife and use FoodWriter to draw highlights on hair. Attach hair to cookie with copper buttercream icing.

Step 4

For bride, trace hair pattern on the shiny side of sharp knife and Light Yellow Sugar Sheets! with FoodWriter. Cut out hair with knife. Attach hair to cookie with buttercream icing. .

Step 5

To cut whites of eyes, use narrow end of tip 12 and White Sugar Sheets! To cut pupils of eyes, use narrow end of tip 8. Use wide end of tip 8 and Black Sugar Sheets! to cut out mouth. Attach all features to face with white buttercream icing.

Step 6

Use tip 5 and copper buttercream icing to pipe dots for noses.

Step 7

For bride's veil, use pattern, FoodWriter and White Sugar Sheets! to trace veil on shiny side of White Sugar Sheets! Cut bottom of veil Scallop Cutting Insert. Attach veil to back of bride cookie with melted candy; let set.

Step 8

Use Border Punch and Flower Chain Border Cutting Insert to cut one Light Pink Sugar Sheets! Flower and three flowers from White Sugar Sheets! Cup flowers on shaping foam with ball tool. Cut out one White Sugar Sheets! flower center and 3 Light Pink Sugar Sheets! flower centers. Attach flower centers to flowers with tip 5 dots of white buttercream icing.

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Copper Icing Color

Copper Icing Color

White Sugar Sheets Edible Decorating Paper

1 White Sugar Sheets Edible Decorating Paper ((makes 3 veils and 99 pairs of eyes))

Red Sugar Sheets Edible Decorating Paper

1 Red Sugar Sheets Edible Decorating Paper ((makes 13 treats))

Light Yellow Sugar Sheets Edible Decorating Paper

1 Light Yellow Sugar Sheets Edible Decorating Paper ((makes 8 treats))

Black Sugar Sheets Edible Decorating Paper

1 Black Sugar Sheets Edible Decorating Paper ((80 treats))

Light Pink Sugar Sheets Edible Decorating Paper

1 Light Pink Sugar Sheets Edible Decorating Paper ((makes 198 flowers centers))

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Cookie Sheet

Cookie Sheet

8 in. Lollipop Sticks

8 in. Lollipop Sticks

Spatula

Spatula

Craft knife

Craft knife

Disposable Decorating Bags

Disposable Decorating Bags

Sharp Knife

Sharp Knife

Form a softly cupped shape on Sugar Sheets! blossoms to help layered flowers stand up on your treats. Remember to gently press with the ball tool on shaping foam to protect your flower shapes.

Sugar Sheets! bring the ease of paper crafting to cake decorating. There?s no better example of this than being able to trace and cut any shape you want onto the back. Create your own pattern or use one that?s part of your Wilton design.

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Here Come the Bride and Bridesmaid Cookie Pops! is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Made these for a bridal shower to look like the bride and her bridesmaids and they were a huge hit! Having never used decorating paper before I found this project a little difficult but it became easier as I made more. The finished product looks great (even if not quite as good as the pictures)!
Date published: 2011-05-15
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