Cookie cutter texture set

My favourite online store to buy cookie cutters from is the Cakes Cookies & Crafts Shop. They have just to mention a few things, a lovely range of cookie cutters, edible decoration, cupcake cases, the best cookie sticks because they are slightly thinner than the ones from Wilton ;-)Topsy Turvy cake and of course I had to try it out.

When I placed my last order they were so sweet to send me the new Cookie cutter texture set as well.

The set comes with three different embossing sheets. Two match the cutters shape and the last has an all-over design so it can be used for much than just cookies. Use it to emboss fondant covered cupcakes, make embossed ribbons to decorate around a cake, small fondant cut-outs, make a beautilful embossed bow or you can use it to make a sweet baby blanket if you are making a christening cake.

There are four different cookie cutter texture sets (baby onsie, heart & weddingcake).

You can paint the embossed details with soft gel colours, blossom tints or lustre dust. Just mix it with a few drops of clear alcohol and paint with a super fine paint brush. Or you can just decorate it the way you like with royal icing.

Happy caking

Louise

Louise
Louise is the founder and editor of CakeJournal. She's a passionate, self taught, cake artist who has been doing cake decorating since 2002.
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  1. Louise says

    Marilyn: There is no need for a tutorial it comes with the cutter ;-)

    Tonya: Embossing is so much fun. You have to try it out.

    Mette: yes it is ;-)

    Adetutu & wpg: Thanks

  2. Adetutu says

    Thanks for themail. Thanks for all your effort in sharing great ideas with us.
    Thanks for giving us links to various websites.Thanks for everything. You are appreciated.

  3. Marilyn says

    I wish you would do a tutorial of these cookies, thet are so pretty. Awesome job. Everything you do is nice.

  4. FantasyLand says

    Oh my … I’m TRULY sorry … somehow I never got around to read the last paragraph that explains it all. So sorry!!

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