It's been a while since I posted a pretty icing palette so there we go.
Pretty greens and white. This is probably the most elegant and simple set I've ever done.
It was a joy to do! They came out so pretty!
Go ahead and see for yourself!
Excellent purchase. Amazon.
Anyway let's get into the decorating!!
I'm pretty sure I actually started with the Christmas Tree shaped ones because I wasn't sure it was going to work.. I noticed I even picked a somewhat Christmas green color and I was a little worried but man... it worked out great!
NOPE. WAIT. HOLD ON. haha....
We gotta talk about colors first... I am a wild free spirited artist at heart so I love mixing some colors... I was so pleased with myself over this coloring mixing... lemme just say...
So we gotta check that out first then we'll get back to the Non-Christmas Christmas Trees haha.
It's an amazing feeling when your vision starts to come together.
But I wasn't lol.
Usually flooding is the easy part... I was kinda worried that I was having trouble just getting all the cookies flooded... meaning I didn't make enough icing and had to keep making more because duh... Amanda you're flooding 40 cookies LOL.
Once that was all done and I started the designs I realized the flooding was the hard part with this set... so even with how simple this was I still learned some things...
Once this set was fully flooded with white I had them done in no time.
I will probably get a few more in different designs.. cheap and pretty and easy to clean/sanitize!
YES. Yes they are.
Let's wrap these beauties up!!
Woo those were wayyyyy simpler and most welcome after that Unikitty set haha!
However, if you didn't see the Unikitty set I highly recommend you check it out.
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I hope to see you again soon!
With another beautiful set of cookies!!