Meet my new friend Royce the Red Robin, he decided to play Santa this Christmas! This is an intermediate course, we will first dimensionally pressure pipe our handsome red robin, once the icing has dried we will move to painting realistically. Royce has loads of subtle brown and neutral shades- in addition to Royce’s large orange/red chest. Learning the different hues, placement, and order they need to be painted can be challenging, but so rewarding!
I recommend you attempt Snowy the Red Robin Course prior to this lesson.
At the North Pole it is time to get down to business, Santa Claus is working hard, no time to chat, he’s reading his list (and checking it twice) from children all over the world!
Royce Red Robin must be on his best for this year Santa asked Royce to join him on his sleigh, delivering Christmas cheer! I love sharing all I have learned through years of practice, developing, and designing my fool proof method to creating works of stunning cookie art! As a 5th Avenue Cookie Art Academy student you will acquire the knowledge, the skills, as well as learning my secrets, and techniques I use for pressure piping, sculpting with royal icing, realistic painting, and assembling! I have painstakingly prepared each course to build on the next, by including detailed instructions, photos, recipes, a list of materials, and supplies, all ready and waiting for you (Every Course is included with registration)!
Let the magic of Christmas open your creativity!
Here’s what you’ll need to create this Edible Red Robin Cookie Lesson:
Decorating Nozzle #0: http://bit.ly/2krM8AZ
Cookie Iced and Dry
Plaque Cookie Cutter: http://bit.ly/2Q3axwj
Christmas Red Robin Template: Download
Stiff Square Brush, for stippling
Spiced Gingerbread Cookie Dough Recipe: Download
Royal Icing Recipe: Download
-Paddled Stiff consistency
-Pressure Piped Medium (*PPM) consistency
Cooled Boiled Water
Artist brushes: http://bit.ly/1RWpKHp
SugarFlair Extra: http://bit.ly/2jLwFwo
Rainbow Dust Glitter: http://bit.ly/2PjVjzk
Let’s Get Cookie Decorating!!
It is alway bitter sweet for me when I complete a cookie, until I see the how much joy it brings to the recipients!
Have very Happy Thanksgiving, for those from the U.S. or Happy Week, for those living outside the U.S.