Holly the Holiday Squirrel is an adorable delightful combination of textures to offer you a lighthearted festive intermediate challenge. Prior to flooding cookie we will first pipe the pinecones and Lambeth style roses. As usual we need to assess the correct pressure piping consistencies to tackle the texture of Holly’s detailed knitted sweater.
Once your squirrel has completed dried you’ll begin using Bobbie’s Color Mixing Method to convert your food. Paste into “pseudo edible watercolors/acrylic hues and more importantly tones! Unsurprisingly, Helen the Valentine HedgeHog on a Tree Trunk Cookie Box Course, will help you enormously in dealing with the furry textures, warm neutral hues and fine details in the squirrel herself.
Why not create this whimsical squirrel as a Christmas card, or just for a bit of fun to get yourself in the mood for the holiday season?
Supplies Need for Holly the Holiday Squirrel:
Tipless BagsScribe Tool: http://bit.ly/2PdPgfe
Decorating Nozzle #1: http://bit.ly/2krM8AZ
PME Super Petal Nozzle #56r: http://bit.ly/2GgSO0D
Brown Colored Royal Icing, for the pinecone
Iced and Dried Cookie
Scruffy Brush, Optional
Plaque Cookie Cutter: etsy.me/2EsvlIn
Spiced Gingerbread Cookie Dough Recipe recipe: http://bit.ly/2yh2x19
Royal Icing Recipe: http://bit.ly/1KLvDED
Royal Icing Consistencies:
Glaze Recipe: http://bit.ly/2DkFsdn
Warm Cooled Water
Craft Brush, only used for cookie/cake decorating
Artist brushes: http://bit.ly/1RWpKHp
-Round Brushes # 10/0, #5/0, #3/0
-Square Brush #0
-Filbert brush #0 # 2
SugarFlair Extra: http://bit.ly/2jLwFwo
Lemon extract or Everclear
Cooled Boiled Water