One look and you won’t be able to wait to decorate this chocolate cookie house kit, bright with visions of peppermint colors and candy. Sharing the activity of decorating this house together makes the entire family merry!
Make front door. Use white icing to outline and fill in peaked door. Pat smooth. Use white icing to outline doorframe. Attach candy for doorknob, door window and decoration under window.
Make front windows. Roll out candy. Cut rectangles and attach. Use white icing to outline windows. Use red icing to pipe lines on sides of windows. Attach candy to sides, top and below windows.
Decorate house front. Attach candy under eaves, beginning at the bottom row and working up, overlapping rows slightly.
Outline house. Use white icing to pipe zigzags at corners of house. Attach candy.
Make side and back windows. Roll out candy. Cut rectangles and attach. Use white icing to outline windows. Use red icing to pipe lines on sides of windows. Attach candy to sides and below windows.
Decorate roof. Use red icing to pipe vertical lines on roof approx. 1 in. apart. Between red icing lines, use white icing to pipe a line of alternating beads then a line of zigzags. Immediately attach candy to zigzags. Use white icing to pipe zigzags on roof peak. Attach candy on roof peak. Use white icing to pipe a line of icing along roof edges. Pat smooth.
Decorate base. Use spatula and icing to ice base. Attach candy for pathway.
Decorate candy cane cookies. Cookie #1--use white icing and spatula to ice cookie. Use red icing to pipe lines on cookie. Cookie #2-- Use red and white icings to pipe random dots on cookie.
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poor instructionsjust opened the box. says I need powdered sugar and cornstarch, but does not tell me what to use it for. instructions with package are almost useless. Went on line and got decorating instructions. I guess you tint the icing that comes with it to get red . No instructions. Very disappointed as this is the first time I have ever tried to decorate a house for Christmas and I am 75 years old. could not find any other instructions on the Wilton site.