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Intricate hand painted cookies by Bobbie NotoHand painting on fondant or royal icing may have started as a trend, but it has quickly become a staple as a cake decorating technique. The cookies above are wedding favors to accompany a Victorian style cake, that I will be showing later this week. If you have never painted anything in life this method most likely this method seems daunting (or impossible). I am going to show you it is possible and with a few tips and practice you’ll be wanting to paint everything! If want to achieve hand painting cookies check 5th Cookie Art Academy, all the course are included with registration! Wait till you see all the different course, mediums, and techniques, plus secrets never before shared, you think your in #CookieArtHeaven!

Inspiration for Limoges painted cookies

Limoges Tea set

This lovely tea set, above, was my inspiration for the cookies and the cake (tutorial coming soon).

Victorian Hand Painted Floral Cookies:

Hand painted by Bobbie Noto

A closer look!

Equipment:
• #1/4-inch shader artist brush, Scharff
• #1/8-inch shader artist brush, Scharff
• #0/0 script liner artist brush, Scharff
• #2/0 round artist brush, Scharff
• #6 square artist brush, Scharff
• #1.5 PME nozzle
• Parchment cone
• Artist brush for royal icing
• Dehydrator
Materials:
Royal icing
• 1-Recipe Bobbie’s Vanilla Bean Sugar Cookies
• Fondant, Satin Ice
• Petal dust
• Aubergine, SF or Rainbow dust
• Plum, SF or Rainbow dust
• Burgundy, SF or Rainbow dust
• Moss green, SF
• Foliage, SF
• Vine SKGI
• Chestnut, SKGI
• Red, Sf
• Voilet, SF
• Evercleafr or lemon extract
• Cooled boiled water

 

Visit Shop 5th Avenue Cakes for supplies

Bake, cool, and cover your cookies a day prior. You may cover the cookies with plum coloured fondant or royal icing both coverings work perfectly.
Creating the Base Colour:

Limoges style painted cookie by Bobbie Noto

I chose to paint the royal icing border with plum dust!

When you first learning my Tole (One Stroke) painting method using petal dust is easier then using food gel to achieve success! As you confidence grows you may want to try food gel or use both mediums.

You use Fondant or Royal Icing:
Fondant
Day 1:
Cover the cooled heart cookie with an 1/8 thick Plum/Magenta fondant heart shape, allow to set over night.
Day 2:
Cut out an off-white 1/8 thick fondant heart, being mindful that the fondant magenta heart is one size larger than the fondant  off-white heart;  allow to dry over night
Day3:
Paint the Victorian Floral Swag on the dried off-white royal icing heart
Pipe the royal icing running bead border, allow the dry, and paint with plum dust

Wedding favors by Bobbie Noto

The rose resembles antique china Limoges!

Royal Icing:
Day 1:
Cover the cooled cookie with a  pre-coloured Plum/Magenta royal icing. Allow to dry 7-9 hours
Day2:
Pipe an off-white royal icing on to magenta icing, being mindful that this heart is one size smaller, and allow the heart to dry overnight.
Day 3:
Paint the Victorian Floral Swag on the dried off-white royal icing heart
Pipe the royal icing running bead border, allow the dry, and paint with plum dust

Watch the video below to learn how I created the Victorian hand painted floral cookies

If you are short on time:  You may purchase the cookies completely decorated at 5th Avenue Cake shop. I can’t wait to show the matching cake, there will be intricate string work so stay tuned!
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Intricate hand painted cookies by Bobbie Noto

Victorian Hand Painted Floral Wedding Cookies