Brush Embroidery Vintage Clock CookiesBrush Embroidery is a simple, yet elegant royal icing technique I use often in my cookie decorating. Brush embroidery is fairly simple to achieve, although appears complicated. There are several methods to add brush embroidery to your cookies or cakes. You can free hand a design directly onto the cookie, imprint a design by either scribing the design or creating and imprinting with a flower paste cutter (patchwork cutters work well too), or as I have done above use a piece of lace.
For this tutorial I have chosen to share how to use lace for the brush embroidery. I recently created a replica era piece sugar cookie clock for a bride. She wanted her guest to have an edible memory of her wedding.
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Supply list for Vintage Lace Clock Cookie Art Lesson:

learn brush embroidered lace with royal icingEquipment:
Parchment paper cones or bags
PME tip/tune writer 1, writer 2
PME #43 rope nozzle
PME leaf  ST51 nozzle
Gel brush #10
Paper towel dry
Paper towel damp
Royal icing,
Sugar cookie recipe, baked, cooled and covered with either fondant or royal icing
Royal icing Consistency
Cooled boiled water
All product may be found at 5th Avenue Cookie Art Academy’s shop
Consistencies of Royal Icing:
Brush Embroidery: Off-peak consistency
Roman numbers and hands: Rub-down soft peak consistency
Shell border: Off-peak consistency
Leaves: Off-peak consistency
If you need a refresher on the consistencies please visit:
Working with Royal Icing

Now that you have all supplies ready enjoy the video:

Black Royal Icing Recipe:
1/4 toothpick leaf or moss green paste
1/4 toothpick dark brown paste
5 scant drops black paste

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Bobbie Xoxo
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