Pink Polka Dot Royal Baby Shower Cookies

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Last week, Callye of Sugarbelle and Georganne of LilaLoa had their baby girls on the same day! To welcome the new tiny princesses of cookies, a few of my cookier friends put together this virtual royal baby shower.
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Here’s what you’ll need for this project: 
 Colors:
  • Pink = Wilton aster mauve from the garden tone set
  • Brown = Wilton brown + a touch of juniper green from the garden tone set
Watch the video below to learn how to make these pink and gold baby shower cookies fit for a princess! 
Read this post for more on how to make gold royal icing.
Visit these participating cookie blogs to see all of the royal baby shower cookies!

1. Sweet Ambs

2. Jill FCS

3. The Decorated Cookie

4. Klickitat Street

5. Semi Sweet

6. Simply Sweets by Honey Bee

7. Make Me Cake Me

8. Haniela’s

9. Montreal Confections

10. The Partiologist

11. Munchkin Munchies

12. The Cookie Puzzle

13. De-Koekenbakkers

14. Chapix Cookies

15.Ali Bee’s Bakeshop

Click on the images below for more cookie projects:                     Baby Striped-Cookies4 SweetAmbs Monogram (1)

Cookie Decorating Class – Saturday, June 21st

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I’ve just scheduled the first cookie decorating class at my new shop in Beacon, New York! I am now located within walking distance of the Beacon train station, which is accessible from New York City’s Grand Central Station. Take Metro North up for a visit!SweetAmbs-Class-6-14
In this class, you’ll learn how to make royal icing, how to flood cookies, how to make beautiful roses using the wet on wet technique, quilting, filigree and a little bit of brush embroidery. It’s going to be a fun, full day of cookie decorating! 
Click here to learn more and to reserve your spot.
Can’t make it to Beacon for a class? You can always learn online with my cookie decorating video tutorials.                             sweetambs-video-poster2

How To Make Cookie Pops

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Instead of baking a cookie stick directly in a cookie, I find that it’s best to bake the stick in a cookie dough scrap and attach it to the cookie later. This prevents distortion in the decorated cookie (no indents!) and also provides added strength to the cookie pop (double cookie layer!). After experimenting with a few different ways to make cookie pops, this method is my favorite. 
 Daisy-Cookie-Pops2 SweetAmbs-Popcorn-PopsI used my Orange Vanilla Spice cookie recipe for this project, which is available in my tutorial shopContinue reading