inspired wedgwood teacup cookies

A cup of tea is always comforting

In memory of my grandmother, I created these sweet and lovely
Wedgwood teacup cookies. My grandma and
I would talk for hours having hibiscus tea
(using her teacups) as she told me astonishing
stories about her life. I was blessed to have that time with her; she passed at the age 101.
These cookies would be excellent for a Mother’s day brunch, Easter day treats, or wedding favors.

Supplies needed for this project:
Teacup cutter
Circle cutter, squashed into an oblong shape
Decorating nozzle: #2:
Decorating nozzle: #3:
12-inch decorating bag:
Scribe tool:
Artist brushes:
Damp cloth
Paper towel

Cookie Dough Recipe you may find mine here:
Royal Icing Recipe you may find mine here:
Flood consistency royal icing
Pressure piping consistency royal icing
-Dust Pink/Wine
-Royal Blue
-Classic gold:
-Everclear or Lemon extract

Enjoy a cup of tea while you watch how to create this sweet hand painted Wedgwood teacups

inspired wedgwood teacup cookies

Have your tea and eat it too!

For more hand painted confectionary decorating designs click on the photos below


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