Silver Monogram Easter Egg
Use this hard-cooked egg as a place card or favor at your springtime celebration. The beautiful letter script is handwritten using Wilton FoodWriter Edible® Color Markers.
- Hard Cooked Eggs
- Easy-Add Silver Color Mist Food Color Spray Add to shopping list Silver Color Mist Food Color Spray
- Easy-Add FoodWriter™ Bold Tip Primary Colors Edible Color Markers Add to shopping list FoodWriter™ Bold Tip Primary Colors Edible Color Markers
- White Ready-To-Use Rolled Fondant (1 1/2 oz. makes 1 egg)Easy-Add White Ready-To-Use Rolled Fondant Add to shopping list White Ready-To-Use Rolled Fondant
- Easy-Add Rose Icing Color Add to shopping list Rose Icing Color
- Easy-Add Piping Gel Add to shopping list Piping Gel
Each egg serves one
Step 1Spray egg with silver Color Mist food color spray. Let dry.
Step 2Tint 1 1/2 oz. fondant rose for each egg. Roll out 1/16 in. thick.
Step 3Cut strip, 6 in. x 3/8 in. Brush back of strip with piping gel and wrap around egg.
Step 4Cut 12 strips for ribbon loops, 3 in.x 3/8 in. Form a base. Fold strips into loops, brush ends with damp brush, and pinch together to secure. Cut a circle base using medium round Cut-Out. Arrange loops on circle, alternating position of loops, slightly overlapping ends. Position egg in center.
Step 5Cut two strips for ribbon tails, 2 in. x 3/8 in. For each tail, pinch one end and attach to top of egg with piping gel. Cut “V” shape in opposite tail ends.
Step 6Cut two strips for top loops, 2 in. x 3/8 in. strips. Fold strips into loops, brush ends with damp brush and pinch to secure. Cut one 1 1/2 in. x 3/8 in. strip and wrap around center of loops. Attach to top of egg with piping gel.
Step 7Write monogram on egg with black FoodWriter edible color marker. Let dry.
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