Damask Easter Egg Cookies

Hi everyone! With Easter right around the corner I wanted to share with you an easy way to decorate your Easter cookies. For my Easter table I wanted something easy but elegant, so I chose to make some Damask Easter Egg Cookies. 

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Tools Needed:

  • Baked Cookies
  • Royal Icing
  • Egg Cookie Cutter
  • Tipless Piping Bags
  • Airbrush Machine
  • Pink Airbrush Color
  • Stencil
  • Stencil Holder
  • Pink Gel Color

 
Directions:
Bake and cool your cookies.

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Use a tipless piping bag and fill it with medium consistency white royal icing and outline your egg cookies. 

Out-Line

Next, using flood consistency royal icing of the same color, flood your cookies. Let your cookies dry out for 24 hours.

Flood

Let’s prepare our stencil holder!

Stencil-holder-1

Place the Damask stencil in the stencil holder and unite the two frames together.

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Let’s prepare the airbrush machine! Make sure your hoses are connected, turn it on and make sure you are getting a constant flow of air.   

Air-brush-machine

Before adding color to your airbrush machine center the stencil so that you can get the Damask pattern centered on the egg cookie.

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Slowly begin airbrushing. I like to airbrush from left to right and top to bottom. Repeat those steps until you achieve the desired color.

Air-Brushing

Carefully remove the stencil holder from the cookie.

Air-brushed-cookie

Fill a tipless piping bag with medium consistency pink royal icing and create a pretty bead boarder. Let your boarder dry for a couple of hours and your cookies are ready!

Dotted

I hope you enjoyed this tutorial as much as I have enjoyed making these cookies! 

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XO,

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