Decorated Princess Cookies

You know how it is with princesses, they think they rule the world {or at least that’s my daughter theory}.

Leave it to a princess to show up right in the middle of a fall cookie blitz.  Hopefully, these princess cookies are cute enough to pardon the interruption.

Princess Cookie CloseI pieced my princess cookies from a gingerbread girl and a small round gumpaste cutter.

Princess Cookie CutterUsing I knife I slightly trimmed the arms, and added an extra circle of dough for a bun.  If you want to skip the piecing the design will work fine without the round, I just wanted a little extra room to work.

To make these cookies you will need:

  • Fleshtone 20-second icing {for different shades click the highlighted link}
  • Deep pink piping and 20-second icing
  • Light pink piping and 20-second icing
  • Brown piping and 20-second icing
  • A tiny bit of black, yellow, white, and purple 20-second icing

Begin by flooding the face and neck area along with the top layer of the skirt {and if there’s a word for that specific part of the dress, please let me know}.

Princess Cookie 2Once the first section has set, add the first section of hair, bodice, and the rest of the skirt.

Princess Cookie 3Wait a bit, then add the second layer of hair and sleeves.

Princess Cookie 4Finally, use flesh tone icing to add arms.  Let the cookie dry.

Princess Cookie 5Clean up the design with piped details.  I added a jeweled crown, a swoop of hair, eyes, a mouth, pearls, and a few dress details.

Princess Cookie 6Mix with other princess-themed cookies for a royal treat.

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