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Saturday, December 12, 2009

Club Anya All Customer Blog HOP... Happy Holidays!



Happy Club Anya All Customer Blog Hop!

Happy Holidays to you and your family and Welcome to my blog!

Do have a cup of Eggnog or Winter spice tea, and a cookie or two!...

For this lovely occasion I made some edible art. Yes I took rubber stamping to another level! or at least for me.

I decided to try cookies and now I can't wait to make a cake .Below I have given you the recipe for my edible art. Do try it and have fun. I think this will be one project I will be doing at my sons birthday party this spring.

Thank you for stopping by it has been my pleasure to have you all here. Do come back and if you all feel becoming a follower it would be a great honour to have you aboard.
Again Happy Holidays and a wonderful New year to you and yours.

Trish (Stampi)
Recipe:

1.Bake and cool Sugar cookies. Store bought dough or own recipe either is fine. Use cookie cutters in which ever shape you wish the possibilities are endless really.

2.Roll out fondant ( which I bought at Micheal's already made ). Cut fondant with cookies cutters that you used for your cookie. As cookies spread when they are baked the fondant shape will fit nicely in the middle and will be framed by the cookie edges.

3. Then use a black food colouring Marker ( I bought these at Micheal's also) on the stamp directly on the image. Make sure you get none anywhere else but only on the image as it will show up clearly just like on paper. If you do use a bit of wet paper towel to remove it and make sure you didn't remove any of the image itself. If so reapply.

4. The food colouring marker will dry quickly once the stamp is covered so run hot water and hold the image near the steam. This is done instead of huffing like one does with real felt markers on stamps. We don't want to huff on something that is going to be eaten...lol...then stamp your image using a small amount of pressure.

5. Slowly pull your stamp of the fondant if it sticks a bit just hold the edge of the fondant with your finger and gently pull off the image. I really did not have much trouble.

6. Take a cool cookie and place your fondant on top if it. If the fondant does not stick just brush the cookie with a bit of water and reapply.

7. Then take food colouring drop a few drops on a plate and use a new paint brush and paint just like you would a stamped image on paper.

8. Experiment on a extra piece of fondant to see the colour before you put on the fondant. Mix colours, have fun, and get creative.

9. Once your image is complete if you wish to add bling, in this case real sugar and sprinkles. Use a little water on the paint brush and wet the area you want to put sugar or sprinkles on then add them.

10. Let them dry and package them up and give them away or enjoy them yourself.


I see a million possibilities with these...enjoy.

Do make sure your stamps are clean and not stained with real ink before doing this technique.


Thank you and have fun. If you have any questions please ask and I will do my best to answer them.

75 comments:

mow180 said...

Wow - looks like a lot of work but they were worth it.

Tammy (Scrappy and T) said...

Oooohhhh super cute Trish :-)

T in Etown said...

They took no longer than stamping a card...seriously once the cookie is baked and fondant rolled ...its just like making a card...to much fun....

Scrapthat said...

Very cool Trish! WTGG!

Cindy Haffner said...

Oh my word, way to cute, and clever.

Sparkle said...

This is awesome! Such darling cookies.

Elena said...

These cookies are so cute! Thank you so much for sharing recipe!

Dawn said...

OH MY GOODNESS!!!! : sqeeeel!!! : love these cookies. They are too cute to eat!!!!

Angela said...

Oh these are just so pretty!! And they look good enough to eat, wait a minute they're to pretty to eat!
Angela

the whimsical butterfly said...

OMG! These came out SO, SO awesome and I LOVE that you left instructions...you are too good to us! These are FABULOUS!!!!

Lysa said...

Oh my goodness... I wouldn't want to eat them- they are too cute!

Cr8ive ME said...

Yumm-o!

I could just eat these Anyas and Ians up.

Thank you for sharing the recipe on how to make them.

{hugs}
Mary aka CMCMaryD

Tanya said...

WOW!!! I never would have imagined putting Anya's on cookies. Great job!!!

beadz said...

Wow, how creative!

Janna said...

I am so bookmarking this!!!! This is the coolest idea ever!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Wow!!! I kept staring at the pictures before I got to the description because I thought surely that is not a cookie!!!!! I am so, so excited! Thank you for sharing your amazing talent with us!!!

Smiles,
janna

Sammi said...

yummo!! WOW! that's AWESOME! :) so cute! xxx

RiNNE said...

Oh WOW...words cannot even explain how much I love this!! Thanks for the tips..I'm gonna have to try out your wonderful creations!!!!

Lynda Nielsen said...

I just can not believe my eyes.... Nope, I can't believe you did it! I think I would need to eat ALL of these cookies, just because of who is on them... How on earth you managed it is beyond me, I don't think I could have done it! FABULOUS job!!! This is just awesome!
Hugs
Lynda

Danni said...

Oh my!!!Wow!! Yummy and wow...so creative..I bet Santa will love coming to your house!

Tracey Feeger said...

Oh what a clever idea.
mwah
Trace

Anita Hovey said...

Awesome...I actually thought about doing this, but didn't get around to figuring out how to do it! Thanks for the "recipes".

WickedPixie said...

This is so wonderful!! Thanks for telling us how you did it!!! :-)Traci

Crafty Jenn said...

These are friggin amazing Trish! Such creativity and patience. Beautiful job.

<3 Jenn

Jacqueline said...

This is amazing!!! Yummy!! This is so awesome!! :D

Kelly Booth said...

So cute...Love these!

Jenn said...

They look delicious - but I'd have to display them and not eat them! They're too cute!!

Sara said...

OMG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Thanks for sharing! This is just BRILLIANT and I cannot wait to try it out-you rock!

xoxo
sarabeth

Catherine said...

What a fun & yummy idea!

T in Etown said...

Thanks everyone...you are all to kind...xoxo

Sandra MacLean said...

Oh my gosh!! This is toooo brilliant!! Fabulous idea!!

Shirley N said...

What a project--you are so inspiring! It would be hard to bite into something so beautiful.

Loz (Aus) said...

Almost too good to eat... I did say ALMOST!!! Deliciously cute!

Anna said...

Oh! My! Those cookies are too cute to eat!

Kris said...

Super SWEET!!!! this is fantastic.... can't wait to see your cake!

scrappypug said...

these just amaze me.... so creative!

kadie said...

YUM-MY!!! You're brilliant! These are awesome!!

Javablustamper said...

WOW!! What an AWESOME idea!! GREAT job!! Wish I was a baker!! Hope you are well!!




Take care!
Jacquie/Javablustamper!

BTW...you live in Etown...where? I live NEAR an Etown! Haha!

Randi said...

Incredible TGF cookies!! How fun!!!

the paper bug said...

WOW! Holy moley! Great looking cookies! SO glad you shared how you did it.

Enjoy the hop!

Rebecca

T in Etown said...

Etown in Alberta Canada...Jacquie..and you?

Mary said...

What a cute idea!

Shaz said...

Yummy! This is so great I have always wanted to try this! Great Job!

~*Joni said...

EEEEEK! I just knew someone would come up with something fabulous for this category and I am sooo happy you did! This is amazing, and just so well executed. I don't think I could actually serve these though. haha! I would want to keep them forever! Wonderful idea, you are awesome!!

Nena said...

Cookies? Now that is over the top!!
Thank you for the precious idea!

Jessica said...

wow, these are incredible, they look too good to eat!

Kerry said...

they are the best cookies I ever seen. YUMMMMM!

Jodi said...

These cookies look amazing! I think I'd put a hole in the top, seal them and use them for ornaments because they are too cute to eat! Fantastic job :)

JenniferCR said...

Such cute cookies! Yumm!

Jodi C. said...

THESE are so AMAZING!!!! We have been watching Cake Boss on TLC(we actually went there and met him on our thanksgiving trip) and just the other day I told my daughter that I would like to try to "make" things with fondant, she laughed at me,of course. THANK YOU so much for sharing this. I can't wait to surprise her and our extended family at X-mas.

Donna said...

OME...AMAZING!!! What a fantastic idea!! I wouldn't want to eat them they are so cute!! Xx

Amy said...

These cookies are AMAZING! They're almost too cute to eat!

GobeaGirl said...

this is amazing..i really love it. thanks for the tips..lisa g

Lindsay said...

great idea!!!!! i so want to try it now!!!

Pöydän kulmalla näpertelijä said...

Yummy!

Anary said...

Yummi idea!

Leanne said...

Totally awesome! great idea!

Cheryl Walker said...

OMGOSH I LOVE THESE!!!! HOW AWESOME AND YES YOU DID TAKE STAMPING TO A NEW AND AWESOME LEVEL THAT I WOULD HAVE NEVER THOUGHT TO DO!!!! LOVE THEM, AND I WILL HAVE TO LOOK INTO THE STUFF YOU USE, FORGOT THE NAME, I BETTER WRITE IT DOWN, BUT IM GONNA HAVE TO TRY THIS, THANK YOU SOOOO MUCH FOR SHARING!!!

HUGS,
CHERYL

Carisa said...

OMG, this is amazing stuff!!! I wouldn't be able to use my stamps as they are all stained with ink. LOL But wowee!!!

Jenny said...

This is too pretty to eat. Wow image the possibilities with stamps. Great idea and I hope I have a chance to try it out someday, I love to bake. TFS!

flati said...

Wow...this is awesome! Such darling cookies.I love it.
Hugs, Sonja xx

BishopsMommie said...

fantastic idea thanks for sharing!

Country Mouse said...

OMG! I've never seen stamping at this level!!! Super cute cookies!!!

Crafty Dawn said...

A work of love as this must take ages love it

Love Dawn xx

Mary Giles (OhioMary) said...

These are the cutest cookies ever! Thanks for the idea.

Taz42 said...

Another truly creative idea. Way to go Trish!
Suzanne

Gabby said...

OH MY GOD...are you serious??? I HAVE to do this for my kids! They will love their "Farm" cookies! They're little fans too! :D You did AMAZING!!! Can't wait to try this out! Thanks for this...like seriously! WOW...

Sue D said...

These cookies are awesome!

Heather Schlatter said...

OH MY WORD!!!

This idea was so so so wonderful I love these and I love your creativity!!!

I spent some time going through your blog and really love your creations so I have added you to my follow list so I can keep up with your amazing creations!!!

Great Job!!!

(It was fun to win a prize for this hop wasn't it???? I was tickled pink too!!!!)

Heather

Rachel said...

Wow Trish you continue to amaze me with your creativity with these stamps. Thanks for sharing all the details!

Kim Y. said...

This is suchva cool idea! I haven't tried this yet. Thanks for the recipe! I might have to try this one day. Thanks again and congrats!

Kathy said...

Woo Hoo congrats on your win....these cookies are amazing and my mouth is watering!! So happy for your win so well deserved!

nscropper said...

Oh my .... these are fabulous. You are so creative. :)

Anonymous said...

Creative you, what a fantastic idea. Those are just adorable and what great colouring you got with food dye - OMG - you are so talented.
Hugs, Janice

Vanessa (aka V, Nessa, oldschool) said...

THESE ARE AWESOME!!!
so glad you had so many visitors to your awesome work too T...you so deserve it :)))

T in Etown said...

Thank you everyone....this was so much fun and I love all the wonderful comments...thank you