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Tuesday, April 15

Royal Babies Cookie Tutorial



     Today's post is especially fun because several cookie artists decided to have a virtual baby shower for two of my favorite cookiers and I get to be a part of it!  Both Georganne from LilaLoa and Callye from SweetSugarBelle recently had baby girls on the same day if you can believe it.  Since both of these fabulous cookie gurus are "cookie queens" their little girls are sure to be cookie princesses.
     I wanted to bring a little inspiration from both artists for this set and when I think of Georganne and Callye's cookie styles I think creative cutter re-purposing, bold color and a touch of silliness.


    I used a basic carrot cookie cutter to make my baby Princess cookies. The carrot turned out to be the perfect shape for the crown and the swaddled baby and if you don't happen to have a carrot cutter this is just the right time of year to find one.  My carrot cutters were both a little long so I simply trimmed the point off the carrot before baking. 


  1. Start by filling the face shape in flesh-toned royal icing.  If you feel you need a guide to get the head the right shape and size then make a paper template and trace the head onto your cookie first.
  2. Allow the face to dry for a little bit and then add the blanket in sections letting each section dry for  a couple minutes before you add the next.
  3. Add the crown in gold royal icing and let the cookies dry for several hours or overnight.

     Once the base has dried add a few piping details to bring the cookies to life.  That's all there is to making the Princess cookies, not too difficult right?  Of course every royal baby also needs a throne.  Callye has designed some of her own cookie cutters and I used her bus cookie cutter to make the thrones. 


To make the throne cookies:
  1. Start by piping the sections of the throne
  2. Then fill one section at a time allowing each one to dry for a few minutes before filling the next to create dimension between the "cushions".
  3. Allow the cushion sections to dry for a while and then add the arm rests and feet in gold royal icing.  Let the cookies dry for several hours or overnight.
  4. Finish up the thrones with a few simple piping details.
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    Be sure to check out all the royal cuteness these other fantastic cookie artist made for the virtual baby shower.  They are so sweet I almost can't stand it!



    1. Sweet Ambs

    2. Jill FCS

    3. The Decorated Cookie

    4. Klickitat Street

    5. Semi Sweet

    6. Simply Sweets by Honey Bee

    7. Make Me Cake Me

    8. Haniela's

    9. Montreal Confections

    10. The Partiologist

    11. Munchkin Munchies

    12. The Cookie Puzzle

    13. De-Koekenbakkers

    14. Chapix Cookies

    15.Ali Bee's Bakeshop


          I'd like to give a big Congratulations to both Callye and Georganne on the births of their sweet little girls and thank everyone else for stopping by!

    13 comments:

    1. You're always so inventive with your use of cutters, I love the carrot for the royal baby its genius and your cookies are beautiful.

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    2. How clever with those cutters - they are the cutest and I love the chair!

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    3. So adorable! Love the throne!

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    4. These are so cute....who would have thought that you could turn a carrot into a baby! Love it! The thrown is stunning also. I am sure they will both love them..I know I do!

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    5. Ohh!!! Those little swaddled up babies!!!! The curls! SO adorable!!! Thank you!!

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      1. Thanks Georganne! And Congratulations on your sweet baby girl!

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    6. Holy wow! Sarah, you and I were really on the same wavelength! I love the use of the carrot (so smart!) and the throne is royally awesome :)

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    7. You are always so clever, Sarah! Love how you used both those cutters! A throne?! Amazing!

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    8. Your work is so inspiring. Do you know how long I stared at cutters trying to see what would work for a baby with a crown. A carrot cutter? My mind would never see that. Brilliant!

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    9. Carrot cutter? Who would have thought! That is so creative. I love the royal blue in this set, with gold is streams royalty. Thank you Sarah!

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    10. OMG!
      You are a genius! I am constantly amazed at your creativity and ideas! Thank you so much for sharing this.

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    11. You ARE i-n-c-r-e-d-i-b-l-y talented!! I loved ALL the designs!!!

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    12. I love your talent, and miss Klickitat cookies VERY much!

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