Holiday Craft: Easter Cookie Bouqets
04/12/2011 11:44 AM
04/12/2011 12:23 PM
Get your little bunnies in the kitchen and make these cute cookie bouquets. Make extras to give to grandma and your favorite teacher.
Betty Crocker Sugar Cookie Mix or favorite sugar cookie recipe
Easter Cookie Cutters (Set of 3, reg $7.99, $4 on sale)
Wilton icing tip set (Set of 4, $1.99)
Wilton Decorating Icing (4.25 ounce tube, $1.99 ea.)
Make'n mold Cookie sticks (Package of 25, $2.28)
Decorative metal bucket ($1.99)
Flower from floral stem (Sunflower $2.99, $1.50 on sale, Daisy $1.67, $.84 on sale)
Hopping Spot plastic bunny grass ($3.99, $2 on sale)
Hot glue gun
Most supplies purchased at Hobby Lobby
Roll out and cut cookies into shapes.
Before baking insert stick into the cookie. (I tried the method suggested on the cookie stick bag and it did not work. After several tries, inserting the stick in the cookie before baking worked the best for me.)
Place cookie and stick on backing sheet covered in parchment paper. (About 4 cookies will fit depending on the size of your cookie sheet.)
Bake 7 to 9 minutes or until bottom gets golden brown.
Let cookies cool on cookie sheet.
Use icing and tips to decorate.
Cut and hot glue ribbon around pail.
Take flower off at stem.
Hot glue flower to cover area where ribbon comes together.
Cut floral foam to fit pail.
Hot glue floral foam to bottom of pail.
Cut and place plastic grass over floral foam.
Insert and arrange cookies into floral foam.
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