*Color Flow icing takes at least 8 hours to dry so you may want to start your cookie projects at least a day before serving.
Make cookies. Prepare and roll out dough following recipe directions. Use web and spider cutters from set to cut one of each shape per treat. Bake and cool cookies.
Make icing. Prepare Color Flow Icing following mix directions. Reserve half of the icing white. Tint portions of remaining icing purple, orange, black and green. Thin portions of white, purple, orange, black and green icing following mix directions.
Fill in spider web cookies. Use tip 3, a cut parchment bag and full-strength white icing to outline spider webs. Use thinned white icing in cut parchment bag to fill in. Use tip 3, a cut parchment bag, and full-strength black icing to outline outside of web. Use tip 2, a cut parchment bag and full-strength black icing to pipe straight lines and inside of web.
Fill in spider cookies. Use tip 3, cut parchment bags and full-strength purple, orange, green and black to outline face and legs. Use tip 14, cut parchment bags and full-strength icing in matching colors to fill in face with stars. Or, use thinned matching colored icing in cut parchment bags to fill in face.
Let dry overnight.
Decorate spider cookies. Use tip 3, a cut parchment bag and full-strength white icing to pipe dot eyes. Use tip 2, a cut parchment bag and full-strength black icing to pipe dot pupils and outline mouths.
Assemble cookies. Use dots of icing to attach spider cookies to web cookies.
This friendly smiling little spider with at fun and Halloween excitement to everyone at you celebrations. These cute, creepy crawly spiders and just what kids will love at their parties, especially in spooky 3-D.