Flour Box Bakery Ice Cream Sundae and Mermaid Cookie Tutorials

Posted by Anne Yorks on Wednesday, July 19, 2017

I'm beyond excited to announce a collaboration with Ann Clark to design cookie cutters! My first cutter is super fun for summer ... an Ice Cream Sundae OR Mermaid. You can check it out in our online shop - click here!

See the videos below to watch how to create these pretty designs and print or save the free downloadable templates to go with the cutter! You'll have to SCROLL TO THE BOTTOM to get the download!

First up, the Ice Cream Sundae Dish. I loved creating this special set of cookies for my mom's birthday (see more videos and photos from this set below). Use the graphics in the video to learn what tip sizes to use and when to dry the icing.

Are you new to decorating? Before starting your first project, check out our FREE videos! Click here to check out our 'getting started' tutorials for videos on how to:

Here's a photo of the full set...

Check out that Ice Cream Truck using the School Bus cutter. I really didn't expect that one to be so cute...wishing I would have made a video of that too!

I really 'sprinkled' my ice cream cone cookie. This is how I like my real cones! And a little blast of airbrush to give the cone a little interest! I used this larger ice cream cone cookie cutter to create this design. 

The Happy Birthday Sprinkle Plaque cookies were done in an assembly line. I made a video showing how this cookie is made. Check it out!

I started with the lightest color and worked my way to dark. Then, I quickly stenciled the Happy Birthday using the Happy Birthday Script Stencil.

Check out these stencils HERE!

But, the BEST PART about this new cutter is that it can also be transformed into an adorable Mermaid Cookie! The top of the cookie is super perfect for BIG mermaid hair! <3

In this video, I explore a little with different tip shapes. Check it out!

Now that you've seen how to create both designs, click here or on the photo below to use this download as a template or as a guide in a projector

I hope you enjoyed this closer look at my new cutter! I can't wait to release more! Stay tuned!!

Happy Decorating!