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How to Decorate Alice in Wonderland Cookies

Posted by Anne Yorks on Saturday, May 11, 2019

I have wanted to make Alice in Wonderland cookies my entire life!!! Finally, I had a very special request from my friend Nanci at Sugar & Stilettos for her annual fundraiser that benefits the food bank in LA. 

This was a quick turnaround, so I don't have videos and a full tutorial for this set (boo hoo), but I do provide some helpful info below...

Here are the cutters I used to make this set (click on the cutter title to view in shop):
Alice is the Princess Cookie Cutter (with a slight trim),
Mad Hatters Hat from the Sugarbelle Shape Shifters 2 Cutter Set
The pocket watch is the Ball Ornament Cutter (with a slight trim)
Teacup Cookie Cutter
The Eat Me tag is the Gift Tag Cutter
The Potion Bottle is the Perfume Bottle Cutter

I did use a projector on Alice.

This was a quick sketch (thus the lined notebook paper LOL). I didn't polish this sketch too much, but here is a copy for you to download :) CLICK TO DOWNLOAD.

I used pastel colors to make the cookies: pastel pink, gold, avocado, and royal blue. Plus, I used white and diamond black. You can check out all our food gels in shop - CLICK HERE.

I used a few stencils to make these cookies too! Like the Narrow Stripe Stencil in the background of the Eat Me Cookies.

On the blue teacup I used the Geometric Hexagons. On the pink teacup I used the Sweetheart Lace Stencil. And on the yellow teacups I used the Medium Dot Stencil. I added a little pearl shimmer airbrush color to each of my airbrush colors to lighten them and add a little shine.

Do you like the text graphics? Download them all - CLICK HERE!

TThe pocket watch features the Harlequin Stencil.

And I add the gold accents using the Crystal Color Antique Gold (mixed with Everclear and painted on with a brush).

 

Ihope you enjoyed this closer look at the Alice cookies! I would be flattered if you are inspired by them or recreate them...be sure to tag me with @flourboxbakery or #flourboxbakery so I can see what you make!!

Happy Decorating!

Anne

 

 

7 comments

  • Holly

    Dec 02, 2019

    I’m looking for a pricing guideline for cookies. I’m thinking of trying my hand at a home based business and this is a sweet fit for me. I’m a school bus driver and have a good bit of free time during the day. My husband is recently retired and this is something we could do together. You have been an inspiration to me. I found myself obsessed with your tutorials. I live in the Pittsburgh area and while in Arizona for the thanksgiving holiday with family, I could be found I-phone in hand watching you decorating cookies. As soon as I get home I’ll be taking inventory of my baking supplies. Expect an order from me in the very near future.

  • Maria

    May 31, 2019

    I’d like to order these cookies from you. Please share your site or if you are on Etsy.

    Thank you,
    Maria Pereda

  • Dena Gazza

    May 16, 2019

    You are truly an amazing artist along with being the best cookie decorator I’m seen.

    These are amazing just like you!

  • Jimena

    Oct 27, 2019

    Your are just amazing as the cookies you decorate. Your are such an inspiration for beginners like me.
    Which projector do you use? Or which one do you recommend me?
    Again, congratulations!

  • Laura Browning

    Oct 24, 2019

    Do you make and ship cookies? I’m looking for 3 dozen for a baby shower on 11/3. I live in The east bay, SF area.

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