I was beyond impressed with a lovely gift set I recently received: A Jay Strongwater throw and pillow. Both have an exquisitely embroidered, by hand, arabesque pattern. The minute I saw the pattern I felt like one of those cartoon characters when they have an idea and a bubble appears floating over their heads. My bubble although was filled with ideas of cookie designs using a piped Arabesque pattern!
Supplies Needed For This Project:
Fancy Square Cookie Cutter: http://bit.ly/1SyMgt9
Arabesque template: http://bit.ly/1Q3I9mC
Decorating nozzle #1.5: http://bit.ly/1PViFpe
Decorating nozzle #3: http://bit.ly/1PViFpe
12-inch decorating bag: http://bit.ly/1IiNWMO
Scribe tool: http://bit.ly/1KSlQue
Cookie Dough Recipe you may find mine here: http://bit.ly/1iLvWFH
Royal Icing Recipe you may find mine here: http://bit.ly/1KLvDED
Flood consistency royal icing
Soft consistency royal icing
-Dusty pink: http://bit.ly/1iMHd8v
The Sugar Art
-Mother of Pearl: http://bit.ly/1kMZ9B9
Lemon extract or Everclear
Flood your cookie and allow to dry in front of a fan for four hours and leave to completely dry for 8 hours
or in a dehydrator for 2 hours and leave to completely dry for 6 hours.
Watch the video and learn how to design and create the arabesque and hand painted roses!
If you want to learn how to paint the dust on the piped royal icing, please watch
For more confectionary decorating designs click on the photos below!