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Christmas cookie tutorial

20th December 2017 // 0 Comments

Our Gingerbread House Cookie Tutorial via Craftsy.com!

Cute gingerbread house cookie tutorial by Juniper Cakery via Craftsy.com

Gingerbread houses are a definite seasonal favourite BUT they can be tricky to assemble and decorate. Especially for beginners or anyone pressed for time. So… say hello to our flat gingerbread house cookie tutorial. It’s available for free over on the fabulous Craftsy.com blog! We love anything cute, stylish and that makes life a little easier. These 2D cookies are definitely that. Instead of measuring each panel so they fit perfectly together, holding your breath anxiously while assembling and then wondering why your house won’t stand up why not make 2D house cookies. Another major win is that because they sit flat you don’t need to worry about royal icing dripping down your work. So head on over to the Craftsy blog for our full gingerbread house cookie tutorial!

Gingerbread house cookie tutorial from Juniper Cakery

You can add cool texture to your own gingerbread house cookies. We opted for brick work and a rustic wood grain effect using these FMM impression mats! You can try embossing stars or pretty snowflakes onto your designs using small plunger cutters, even texture mats or mini cookie cutters.

Christmas cookie tutorial by Juniper Cakery

You can use lots of different things to help give any Christmas cookie you’re making a winter-y look. We’ve used sugar, sanding sugar, nonpareils, sugar strands, confetti sprinkles, snowflake sprinkles, plunger cut snowflakes and shimmering lustre dust too. It’s festive season so don’t be afraid to even use ALL of them. Stick to white when working with creating an edible snow look and it should just look lovely and textured!

2D Gingerbread House Cookie by Juniper Cakery via Craftsy.com

Give each cookie a little ‘personality’ with individual decorations. We used gold stars, a pretty holly leaf wreath and a snowflake. You can even pipe party guest’s names onto each cookie and use them as cute place settings! If you’re stuck for time how about using some pre-made icing decorations. We love Wilton’s range of gingerbread people, snow characters and Christmas stockings!

Learn to create cute gingerbread house cookies by Juniper Cakery

So for some extra treats this holiday season with a little less stress check out our gingerbread house cookie tutorial on Craftsy.com!

 

 


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