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Cookie Bouquets!

They're easy and fun to make.  Follow these step by step directions for making your own unique cookie bouquets.

cookie bouquets
I used my " No Fail Sugar Cookies" recipe and cut my cookies 1/2" thick.  I used my
Accu-roller pin to make sure my cookies were an even thickness. 

cookie bouquets
I found that arranging the cookies on the cookie sheet so the bottom of each was toward the outside made it easier to put the sticks in when the cookies come out of the oven.  Because the cookies were so thick I had to increase the baking time by a minute or two.  Use baking sheets that don't have edges. 

cookie bouquets
Immediately upon removing the cookies from the oven, carefully insert a stick into each cookie.  When the cookies cool and contract just a bit they will hold onto the cookies.  Leave the cookies on the baking sheet for 5 minutes before transferring them to a cooling rack.

cookie bouquets
For wider or large cookies you might decide to put two sticks in to ensure that the cookies don't break.  Also, think about the length of sticks you want to use.  Our paper cookie bouquet sticks come in three lengths.

cookie bouquets
Arrange the cooled cookies on your cooling/decorating rack and think about how you are going to decorate each.  Royal icing works great because it hardens nicely.  You can find cookie decorating ideas on our Learn to Decorate page.

cookie bouquets
If you are nervous about the stick holding onto the cookie, put a few drops of royal icing right where the stick enters the cookie to act like "glue". 

cookie bouquets
For my apples I used a 6 oz. squeeze bottle to outline the cookie and then immediately filled it in with the same icing.  I didn't let the outline dry because I didn't want a visible line around the outside of the cookies.

cookie bouquets
To hold my bouquet in the pot I used floral oasis because it's what I had, floral Styrofoam would work too. 

cookie bouquets
Trim the Styrofoam to fit tightly into 
your pot.

cookie bouquets
I put a little Spanish moss on the top.

cookie bouquets
OK, I changed my mind about the pot, but here is
my bouquet -- I still need to add a ribbon but it's looking pretty cute!

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