Simple Stripes Using the Wet on Wet Royal Icing Technique

While shopping in Target one day, I came across this really cute pink and gray striped gift bag.striped-bag
The design inspired me to make these simple striped cookies using the wet on wet royal icing technique. I made my cookies blue instead of pink because they were a gift for a friend who just welcomed a new baby boy. 
Stripes
For this project you will need:
Colors:
You can find these and other decorating products on the recommended products page.
Watch the video below to learn how to make this design:
Once you start decorating the cookie, you’ll have about 5 minutes before the icing starts to dry. This means that you’ll have to work pretty quickly in order to complete the wet on wet design. You can practice piping some stripes on a piece of parchment paper before you start decorating if you’re not comfortable piping in a straight line.
If you need some tips on how to properly hold a piping bag for better control, I’d recommend that you watch Cookie Decorating Basics, which is available in my tutorial shop.
Click here for the tutorial on how to dress these cookies up with some brush embroidered eyelet lace.OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA
 
Visit my shop for more cookie decorating video tutorials. Poster

7 thoughts on “Simple Stripes Using the Wet on Wet Royal Icing Technique

  1. Amber, your work is mesmerizing and I can’t get enough of watching your tutorials. You are using your gift and I am so glad I came across your website. Keep up the good work!!!

  2. I love your work, you are an amazing artist.
    I have a question, I got your recepie for icing but it crust too fast, any idea why

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