Sunday, June 20

Decorating TIPS: a video tutorial

If you are ready to dive into cookie decorating and wondering what supplies you need to get started, here is a tip about, well, tips....

A #1 tip was used to make the hair, eyes and letters:

These roses were outlined and the detail piping added with a #2 tip:

And to make the outline really stand out, a #3 tip was used for the black piping on these beer and hot dog cookies:


Come on over to Bake at 350 for more cookie inspiration, recipes and more! 

12 comments:

Kudos Kitchen said...

Your outlining is always so perfect! Thanks for the "tips" on tips! Your hot dog and beer still blow me away!
Renee

vanillabeanbaker said...

I can only echo Renee's comments. Next to your sweet strawberries, your beer and hot dog cookies have to be my favourite of your *food* cookies to date.

The Painted Cookie said...

I love watching your video's Bridget! Thanks for sharing! Cheers to your beer mug!

Teresa said...

You've got the BEST voice for these VLOGS Bridget!
Thanks for the TIPS...
on TIPS!
You're the best!
SMACK! xoxoxox

Gina said...

Suas dicas são preciosas e amanhã estarei publicando mais biscoitos feitos com a técnica de flooding, que aprendi com você.
Boa semana!

Janice said...

I love these TIPS!

Janice said...

OK.....I'm gonna "buck up" and ask...........am I the only blog reader who does not know how to assemble the tips/bags before filling them with icing? I think I remember you did a post on filling the bags. Is there one on attaching the tips to the bags?
I know I've been told. And I have the product instructions. But I still don't get it.
(I wish this could be anonymous:)

Amanda said...

You are so smart girl!! I love just hanging out with you. I mean, its really more stalking then us actually hanging out, but you get the idea.

And if you 'dont' for some reason get the idea just pop out your window tonight about 2:00 am and I will explain it to you.

Kidding. :)

Blessings-
Amanda

Jen @ My Kitchen Addiction said...

I never cease to be amazed! Your video is great. I keep going back and looking at all of your cookies and your great piping since I spent the whole day piping cookies... Mine don't look nearly this good. I guess I need a lot more practice!

Chef Dennis said...

wow..what incredible cookies...you ladies have so much talent!!

Torviewtoronto said...

lovely video and cookies

Dewey said...

Yes, I have used King Arthur flour before - and still do! I love how my baking turns out with it. I also enjoy their website for the recipes - of course!