Prepare and roll out dough. Cut cookies using flower cutter; bake and cool. Outline petals with tip 3 and full-strength color flow. Flow in with thinned color flow in cut parchment bag; let dry. Using full-strength color flow, pipe tip 5 inner petal outlines and dot flower center; sprinkle center with yellow sugar. Attach cookies to napkin rings with melted candy; let set.
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Did this idea with my 10 year grandaughter and we did one for the
scouts get together. I baked the cookies and she did most of the
decorating that is till she decided this was work and turned it over to
me to complete LOL.
10 year returned for the attachment of flowers on the rings and when
we were finished she was all smiles. Asked if here leader would believe that she did this. I told her that we will see what the leader will say.
.I have never seen her so proud of herself for doing these cookie rings.
You can make all kinds of flower cookies and we also made foot balls for the
boys YUK (her statement) that would be there.
Love it easy, works for about any occasion. Good project to start young bakers with.
Date published: 2010-12-03
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