Blog Surfing

It was a quiet night here in cookieville. I baked up some more sugar cookies this afternoon (which I’ll be decorating later this week), but after the kiddos went to bed I was ready to crawl in myself. Some days are just like that. Rather than picking up my Kindle and starting a new book I decided to blog surf. I came across an awesome video by Sweet Dani B showing the different marbleizing techniques to decorate Easter eggs. You could really use the techniques she showcased for endless decorating ideas. I especially liked the dot marbleizing technique that turned out to look like hearts (cue audience: “awwww!”) Thinking I’m going to have to give it a try on some Valentine’s Day cookies. Maybe I’ll head to Michael’s or Walmart ¬†and see if they have any heart shaped cutters this weekend.

Enjoy!

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4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Vanessa
    Feb 25, 2012 @ 14:18:11

    By the way – I’ve never really had any desire to decorate cookies, but you’re making me really want to do it! :) Is the worst part the rolling out? I just remember getting flour everywhere!

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  2. TheBakedScientist
    Mar 27, 2012 @ 10:25:20

    I can make the cookies but how do you get the icing that runny to make it spread that easy? do you warm it up? Would it be possible to share your recipe? Sorry for the million questions but I also do party favors but I use chocolate molds. Those take a long time. It would be great if i could offer a mixture

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