Use tip 2 and full-strength brown Color Flow Icing to outline face. Use tip 2 and full-strength light brown Color Flow Icing to outline body. Flow in each section with thinned icing and tip 3. Let dry.
Use tip 2 and full-strength brown Color Flow Icing to outline wings. Flow in with thinned icing and tip 3. While icing is still wet, pipe light brown horizontal lines using thinned Color Flow Icing and tip 2. Drag toothpick through icing from top to bottom to create feathered look. Let dry. Use tip 2 and full-strength yellow Color Flow Icing body and pipe circles. Pat down with finger dipped in cornstarch. Use tip 2 and full-strength brown Color Flow icing to pipe dot eyes. Use tip 3 and full-strength orange Color Flow Icing to pipe triangle beak. Start between eyes and pull bottom point down. Use tip 2 and full-strength light brown Color flow Icing to pipe tail feathers. Use tip 3 and full-strength orange Color Flow Icing to pipe feet following process for beak. Let dry.
Combine Orange and Red-Red for orange shown.
Combine Brown and Red-Red for brown shown.
Combine Lemon Yellow and Golden Yellow for yellow shown.
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Oh boy cookies. my one year old loves owls. so I seen these cutters and had to do it. they work great it did not mess up my dough at all. I traced the out lines I wanted on the cookie with a small round tip. then used a medium size star tip for the brown I did a chcolate icing. and because it was her first birthday I made their tummys purple for sum and pink for others. i was told I made owls look cute. and it is simple you can too. I even put them around the middle layer of her cake.