This cookie was made using my Orange Vanilla Spice recipe, which is available in my tutorial shop. The cookies were cut into 3×4″ rectangles. To make my edges as straight as possible, I use a frozen sheet of dough, a paring knife and a T-square. You can use rectangle cutters if you have them! Once your cookies are baked and cooled, trace a heart cutter onto the cookie using an edible ink marker. I prefer FooDoodler brand (you can find them on my recommended products page). stiff consistency icing and a tip 2, outline the cookie. I don’t usually pipe an outline when flooding, but I wanted my stripes to line up perfectly on the edges, so this was helpful. flood consistency icing and a tip 2, avoiding the heart shape. Use a scribe tool to help evenly distribute the icing and get it into the tight spots. picnic cookie tutorial, where we could get away with wavy lines). That way they won’t get all swirled together when you use your scribe tool to distribute the icing. flood consistency icing and a tip 1, pipe the anchor. The anchor doesn’t need to be piped perfectly. I make mine by piping a line with a “U” shape at the bottom. Then I add the little circle at the top and pipe a line underneath it. I use the scribe tool to help shape the points. It’s similar to how I made this royal icing reindeer, in that the scribe tool does most of the work. rope border using brown stiff consistency icing and a tip 2. It’s done with a series of interconnected “S” shapes. This Easter Basket cookie tutorial shows the rope border technique in action. this post for more information on painting with gold.
Here’s a fun nautical cookie tutorial to help celebrate the official start of summer! For products used in this and other tutorials, visit the recommended products page.