Free hand painted vintage rose wedding cookies

Add a little bronze highlight to edge of the cookie from an antique feel!

Wedding season is in full bloom, and wedding cookies are more popular than ever.
For this tutorial, I will show you how to hand paint edible vintage roses on royal icing transfer cookies.
I used my mini plaque template for the royal icing transfers. I need to create 175 cookies for a wedding and by having the ability to paint the plaque transfers
a few months prior to the wedding was a game changer
(once the transfers are dry, you can store them for about 6 months and use them when needed).
**FYI the same long fancy plaque cookie cutter I used for the eyelet lace cookies.

You will need to have your mini plaque royal icing transfers piped and dried for 8 hours prior to painting your vintage roses on them!

Supplies Need for this Project:
Decorating Nozzle: PME #1:
Decorating Nozzle: PME # 3:
12-inch decorating bags:
Scribe tool:
Mini plaque template,
Long Fancy Plaque cookie cutter:
Damp cloth
Artistic brush:
-Small round brush:
Palette Paper
-Stiff square brush:
Kitchen paper
Cookie Dough Recipe for my recipe:
Royal Icing Recipe for my recipe:
Flood consistency royal icing
Soft consistency royal icing
-Egg Yellow
-Dark Brown
-Dust Pink/Wine
The Sugar Art:
-Soft Green
-Rose Leaf
-Super bronze:
-Wedding Gold
-Super white
Lemon extract

Watch my video tutorial to see how I freehand paint roses on royal icing transfers


Freehand painting vintage rose cookies

Change the direction of your rose to achieve nice eye appeal!

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