Alice in Wonderland Cookies

I have been DYING to do an Alice in Wonderland themed set, and when I received an order for 4 dozen cookies it seemed like the perfect time! I am really happy with how they turned out. I got to try some new techniques that I have been working on. 1. cookie painting. The technique of using food coloring as your paint medium. It’s actually a lot easier than you would think, although I try to keep it to a minimum because I am afraid it might add that yuck food coloring taste to the cookies.

You can see the hand painting on the teapots and the queen’s face.  It took a few cookies but i think she looks pretty snazzy.DSC_0059DSC_0063

What techniques are you trying to conquer? I really want to try shading with my airbrush gun. That thing frightens me….

Cookie on!

Cheyenne

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Favorite Cookie of 2012

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It’s time to officially say goodbye to 2012. It has been an amazing year and I have learned so much about my cookie craft. I would have to say that my favorite creation this year has been this little guy. Or should I say big guy, he’s almost 6″ tall!
I ruined a few of these learning how to paint with luster dust 😦 but I have to say the end result was well worth it. Perhaps I’ll post a luster dust tips and tricks.
My main goal this year is to get my website EdiesCookieCouture.com up and running but it’s kind of stressful y’all! Hence this blog. I wanted someplace to come and be able to just have fun and spread the cookie love. I hope this blog will be a sorce of inspiration, and instruction for you. I am sure you will be able to help me out along the way too!
So here’s to you, a new blog, and a new year so full of promise. Welcome to Edie’s Cookie Crumbs Blog.
Cheyenne