When I was a young girl I would spend almost every weekend at my grandparents, my grandma was an amazing artist! She would patiently allow me to explore each of her sculptures and paintings, as she sweet explained how each piece was created. It wasn’t until years later I realized my grandma gave me my love for art in all forms, I chose to use cookies as my canvas!Β  She been gone now for a few years, but every time I finish a new cookie art piece I seem to forget that fact, for a minute or two, and go straight for the phone. I began 5th Avenue Cookie Art Academy in loving memory of grandma, so I may inspire another budding artist!
This is just a small sample of all courses, plus all courses, recipe, reference material, are included, and all supplies may be found at 5th Avenue Cookie Art AcademyΒ 
Supplies needed for this Lesson:
Most supplies can be found at shop 5th Avenue

Tipless bags
Scribe Tool: http://bit.ly/2JSJz4g
Plaque Cookie Cutter: https://etsy.me/2ODVDNk
Artist brushes: http://bit.ly/1RWpKHp
-Round Brush
-Square Brush
-Filbert brush
Damp cloth
Paper towel
Brown Sugar Cookie Dough Recipe recipe: http://bit.ly/2NsnWMW
Royal Icing Recipe: http://bit.ly/2DkFsdn
Royal Icing Consistencies:
SugarFlair: http://bit.ly/2iRhzTt
SugarFlair Extra: http://bit.ly/2jLwFwo
Sugarflair Lustre Dust:Β http://bit.ly/2eLvsDs
Crystal Colours:Β http://bit.ly/2triJbg
Sugarflair Lustre Dust:Β http://bit.ly/2eLvsDs
Craft Brush, only used for cookie/cake decorating
Cooled boiled water
Lemon Extract, Everclear, or Vodka


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