How to Decorate a 'Fall is in the Air' cookie

Posted by Anne Narber on Wednesday, November 1, 2017

Typography art is everywhere! And, I'm ok with that, because I love how it looks and it is fun to translate it to a cookie. Check out this 'Fall is in the Air' cookie that is created with a stencil. I decided to use two techniques (airbrushing and royal icing stenciling) to bring it to life on the cookie.

I added a few whimsy flowers and vines (with antique gold accent) to finish of the cookie.

Watch the video to see my trick for using Press n Seal to mask off areas of the stencil to create this look.

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The star of this show is definitely the stenciled cookie. I used the 3 1/4" square cookie cutter to fit the stencil. You can find this awesome 'Fall is in the Air' stencil in our online shop - click here.

Since the stenciled cookie had a few steps, I kept the 'accent' cookies simple. Some pumpkins, acorns, and polka dotted leaves. 


I use the pumpkin and acorn cutters from this Sugarbelle set (click here to view it in the shop)...

I also used the new Oak Leaf with Stem Cookie Cutter from Ann Clark (only $1.99 here).

And, finally, let's chat a little about these fun fall colors. I mixed IVORY with these Chefmaster colors to create pretty, muted fall icing colors: sunset orange, sky blue, buckeye brown, super red, golden yellow, and leaf green. 

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We have a few more fun autumn tutorials coming soon...and the it's time for Christmas!!

Happy Decorating,