How to Stencil a Watercolor Rose Cookie

Posted by Anne Yorks on Monday, August 14, 2017

I see pretty watercolor flowers EVERYWHERE, but they look so time-consuming and difficult! When making 24 cookies I don't think I have the time, patience or talent for hand-painting. But, now it is easy to create this look on a cookie using a stencil to achieve a hand-painted watercolor rose without the stress. It’s EASY and you’ll get perfect results on every cookie! 

Check out the video for great tips on creating this look.

To create this look, you'll need: the watercolor rose stencil, an ultra-fine tip brush, an airbrush (or ColorMist), a Stencil Genie, and pink and white airbrush color.

This watercolor rose stencil is available here - https://www.flourboxbakery.com/products/rose-watercolor-stencil


This cookie was part of a baby shower set!

This set included several designs. These accent cookies were also so much fun to make.

A gold and white stripe bib. Find this cutter here - click here!

I had lots of icing, so I made extra roses for my next project! Use tip #101 to create these pretty icing accents!


I used all the pinks of chefmaster - the new line of color now available in our shop!

 I'm glad I included Burgundy Wine (right) because it is so pretty! Bakers Rose (left) is a subdued beautiful pastel. And, of course Fuchsia is just in your face 😊 The Rose and Deep pinks are classic for most of your pink needs 💗💗

Check out this adorable carriage. Now that would be riding in style. This cutter is NEW. Click here to Check it out!

And on the rattle cookie, just some simple, pretty lace detail. Here's a close-up

I hope you enjoyed this closer look at this beautiful pink baby shower set! You'll have to share photos if you try this new watercolor technique!

Happy Decorating!