Dimensional Watercolor Fall into Autumn Cookie Art class is a fun beginner course perfect for everybody that was inspired by vintage gourds and pumpkins that accompany Autumn!.
Dimensional Watercolor Fall into Autumn Cookie Art class introduces you to Bobbie’s format and cookie decorating method ands secrets (iIncluding how to mix your food paste into actual Winsor Newton Watercolors) at 5ᵗʰ Avenue’s Cookie Art Academy!
First you will dimensionally pressure pipe your cookies, using mostly white royal icing, pay close attention to the little details on truck and pumpkins. The hues in for this design are very limited so this is really all about building up layers of color carefully and gradually to create form and texture. It’s pretty quick to do! Bobbie finished Dimensional Watercolor Fall into Autumn Harvest Cookie Art Piece into days, however the first day was allow them to dry overnight, (I have a hard time waiting) Enjoy ~ Bobbie
Next you will see how to mix your food paste into neutral watercolors hues and tones, t! If your itching to learn a proven method that’s suitable for all skill levels check out 5th Avenue’s Cookie Art Academy!
Supplies Need for Dimensional Watercolor Fall into Autumn Cookie Art Class:
Decorating Nozzle PME#1: http://bit.ly/2krM8AZ
Scribe tool: http://bit.ly/1KSlQue
Truck with Tree Cookie Cutter: http://amzn.to/2wXBRCU
Artist brushes: http://bit.ly/1RWpKHp
Chocolate Spice Roll Out Cookie Dough Recipe recipe: http://bit.ly/2wqDRz6
Royal Icing Recipe: http://bit.ly/1KLvDED
Royal Icing Consistencies:
-PP Siff Consistency
SugarFlair Lustre Dust: http://bit.ly/2tfMqMc
Rainbow Dust Colours Metallic Food Paints: http://bit.ly/2wXWnD
Pre pipe Ranunculi and Roses, class link:http://bit.ly/2vFUlnD
Glucose/Vanilla Vodka mixture
Lemon extract, cooled boiled water, Vodka or Everclear
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These cookies are adorable…you have done a wonderful job decorating them!!
Thank you, Vicki!