Sunday, November 21

Putting different shapes together to make a custom cookie : a video tutorial

I wanted to shake-up my turkey cookies this year....yes, I'm a rebel like that.

Printables and kids' coloring books are excellent places to get cookie decorating ideas.  Here's where my inspiration came from:  Paper Glitter's free Thanksgiving Printable Set.
This little turkey is a combination of a flower, a small circle and a triangle.  Take a peek...
Oh, and the blog I mentioned in the video is Vanilla Bean Baker.  :)  Her other blog is Frosting for the Cause.  Go check them out!

{Have a happy, happy Turkey Day, you guys!}

5 comments:

Jocelyn said...

Holy cow, I would have NEVER thought of that! Can we say BRILLIANT? I love it!

Anita said...

Thanksgiving sugar cookies were already planned for tomorrow but now I'm scraping my previous plans and going with this one....LOVE it!

vanillabeanbaker said...

This is one of the most creative ideas for making Thanksgiving turkey cookies. They are adorably decorated too!
I am totally flattered and appreciate that you mentioned my blog on your video and in the post. Thank you Bridget ♥

Nicole ~ The Diva said...

I loved these so much I was up until 1am last night making a batch. I also link to this post on my blog. FAB idea.

Kudos Kitchen said...

The first time I had ever seen this technique done was by Paula of Vanilla Bean Bake. I thought it was a wonderfully brilliant idea. Love that you made a video using her technique Bridget. So fun to watch and you explain it so well. Your turkeys are so cute!!!