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I received these beautiful snowflake cookie cutters from Ann Clark Cookie Cutters and I wanted to do something special with them before the Holiday Season passed me by (it always goes so fast!). Scroll down to watch the video on how I used the cookie cutters to make these Snowflake Wreath Cookies.
Here’s what you’ll need to make these Snowflake Cookie Wreaths:
- Gingerbread cookie dough (use your favorite recipe or get mine in my book)
- Ann Clark Snowflake Cookie Cutter
- Ann Clark Icy Snowflake Cookie Cutter
- The mini bow cookie cutter that I used has been part of my collection for years and I couldn’t find the exact one online, but you can find a similar one here)
- Flood consistency royal icing
- Medium consistency royal icing
- Small decorating bags
- Decorating tip 1
- Decorating tip 2
- Decorating tip 3
- Scribe tool
- Colors: The Wilton Color Right color system was used to create all of the icing colors in this set of cookies.
- Begin by icing a snowflake-shaped cookie with light blue flood consistency royal icing and a decorating tip 3.
- Use a scribe tool to help shape the icing. Allow the icing to dry completely.
- Pipe the details of the snowflake with white medium consistency royal icing and a decorating tip 1. Leave the center blank.
- Add a wreath with royal icing, slightly thicker than flood consistency, and a decorating tip 2.
- Use the scribe tool to help shape and add texture to the icing.
- Add lights with flood consistency royal icing and a decorating tip 2.
- Ice a small bow-shaped cookie with red flood consistency royal icing and a decorating tip number 1.
- Pipe details on the bow with red medium consistency royal icing and a decorating tip 1.
- Apply a small amount of icing to the back of the bow and attach it to the wreath.
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
Click on the images below for more holiday cookie projects: