Saturday, February 13, 2016

Valentine's cookies 2016 - part 2

Valentine's cookies by Tunde Dugantsi

I am back with the rest of the Valentine's set. Again, I just mention the napkin ring cookies as there is a whole post about them.

Valentine's cookies by Tunde Dugantsi

I already showed yesterday the icing transfer heart. This one is the same, but smaller. I used a candy mold to create the small heart transfers. The cookie has a simple red base color, the icing transfer and white piped pattern, finished with a bead border.

Valentine's cookies by Tunde Dugantsi

This cookie features an other big heart transfer with roses and some piping around it.

Valentine's cookies by Tunde Dugantsi

This is a 4 inch heart cookie and the inside is a 2 inch heart shape. I flooded the inside with white and the rest of the cookie with red icing. Then I made the hearts in the red part with wet on wet technique. Watch my video to see how to make these. I wrote the word LOVE in the middle and added a little heart underneath. I finished the design with pink bead borders.

Valentine's cookies by Tunde Dugantsi

This is a very similar design, but instead of writing to the middle I added a rose.

Valentine's cookies by Tunde Dugantsi

The transparent lace is combined with a small royal icing transfer heart on red base.

Valentine's cookies by Tunde Dugantsi

The top of the cookie is flooded with red, the bottom with pink icing. I placed a small icing transfer heart to the middle. Then I traced lines from the heart to the sides on the top and connected the two parts with the red lace pattern. I finished the design with a simple bead border.

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3 comments:

  1. hi tunde happy vd i viewed this tutorial and wondered how you created the ri transfer in a cookie mold i thought i posted my question but apparently i didn't duh me anyway did you coat the inside of the mold then pipe let it dry then gingerly remove it?

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    1. Actually, I coated the outside of the mold with vegetable shortening and piped on top. Then I let it completely dry before removing it from the mold. Make some extras, I broke a few.

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  2. hi tundeeee lol i thought that's what you did i think you know i over think things lol well you did a superb job love everything about you to be truthful in my over thinking i thought you piped inside the mold and then after i posted my question my mind went into a tail spin lol i hope all is well and you are safe we are in for another storm will be treacherous and its brutally cold love ya ps i'm looking into how i can attend one of your classes

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