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Vintage lace cookies by Bobbie Noto

Elegant, fun, and easy!

With vintage lace once again becoming a popular trend not only for weddings gowns,

but the invitations, cakes, and wedding favors. The cookies above were designed to be the wedding favors 

and the table place setting.

Not only does lace have an aristocratic touch, but a sense of fantasy.

Like my grandma used to say. “All fashion trends recycle you just have to wait a century or so!”  

She would know she was 101 when she past last year.

I must admit it is nice to see lace come back.

For this project you will need:

Wedding lace cookies by Bobbie Noto

The lace border could be painted in antique silver for a cooler tone!

Equipment:

  • Lace heart cutter,OP
  • Rose petal cutter, OP
  • Rose veiner, SKGI
  • Tap-it mat, NL or polymer clay mat
  • Celcups,CC
  • Scriber tool, kemper
  • Mini rolling pin,CC
  • Soft  artist brush
  • Small stamen
  • Square cutters
  • # 1 PME tip/nozzle
  • Pasta machine, optional

Materials:

  • Recipe Bobbie’s vanilla bean sugar cookies (recipe link in the video)
  • Fondant
  • Flower paste/gumpaste
  • Petal dust
  • Fairy pink, CC
  • Cosmo pink,CK
  • Gold lustre
  • Royal icing
  • Everclear

Visit Shop 5th Avenue Cakes for supplies

Vintage lace wedding cookies by Bobbie Noto

Delicate!

 

Bake you sugar cookies and allow them to cool completely prior to decorating them.

Mix 75% fondant with 25% flower paste for the garden rose (rather then 50/50).

The lace part of the fantasy rose is extremely fragile when it is  dry, therefore it’s a good idea to wait about 3 to 4 hours and then attach the garden lace rose. You will want the flower to still be slightly pliable to prevent breakage (dry enough, however to hold the cupped shape).

Watch the video to learn how to decorate The Vintage Lace Blooming Garden Wedding cookie.

These cookies could easily become a DIY wedding favor or for bridal showers.

Vintage lace cookies by Bobbie Noto

“The springtime bride is story eyed, as poets often say
No other bride would dare to dream the dreams of April, May.”