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Surprise Your Favorite Golfer With this 
Golf Ball on a Tee

 Remember that you can apply this same technique to other designs

Golfer

1.  You'll need 4 colors for this design.  Most of your icing will be the white.  Make smaller amounts of dark blue, light blue, and a very small amount of red. To find a royal icing recipe, CLICK HERE

2.  Using a pastry bag fitted with a #3 or #4 tip, outline the golf ball with white icing.

3.  Using a squeeze bottle filled with a thinner version of your white icing, put a silver dollar sized dollop of icing in the center of the ball.  Use a small brush to push the icing to the edges of the ball.  Allow to dry for several minutes or until a crust form.  

4.  Using a squeeze bottle filled with the dark blue icing, squeeze a small amount of icing on the tee.  Use a clean brush to push the icing to the edges of the tee and up to the edge of the ball.  Allow to dry for several minutes.

5.  Use a pastry big fitted with a # 3 or #4 tip use the light blue icing to add the glasses  and to outline the golf tee as seen in the picture.  Before the icing dries, sprinkle matching sparkling sugar on the tee's outline.  (If your icing dries before you get to the sugar, paint a small amount of warmed clear corn syrup on the outline and then add the sugar)

6.  Use the red icing and a pastry bag fitted with a #2 or #3 tip to add the mouth and nose.

7.  Allow cookies to dry for several hours before storing.  If you're using royal icing, the cookies can be frozen.  Remember to bring the container back to room temperature before opening to avoid condensation on the cookies.

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