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Garden Wedding Color Palette and Icing Formulas

Use this icing color palette and the formulas to make icing for your next garden flower cookie project!! 



I used Chefmaster brand food coloring for all of these formulas. 
If you're not sure what the "parts" mean, or how to use these formulas, check out THIS POST for detailed step-by-step photos! 
When I make very light or pale icing colors, I mix the food coloring into a very small amount of icing (2 tablespoons) first and then use that saturated icing to color the rest of my icing. (Check out THIS POST for details.)



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Get the cutters: Rose FlowerDressHeart"Love"BowRing with BowSingle Leaf, and Segmented Leaf/Blossom Bunch. (The large scribble flower is the Sweet Sugarbelle Sunflower cutter that is no longer in production. The scribble tulips were hand cut.)
See how I made the whimsy rose flower cookies HERE!!
See more of my color palettes and formulas HERE! 


How to Make Simple Garden Flower Decorated Sugar Cookies

Learn how to make some easy and simple garden wedding flower decorated sugar cookies with this royal icing cookie decorating tutorial!!  
I went to a wedding last weekend in a garden. It was beautiful. The flowers were beautiful. The bride was gorgeous. And my children...well...to be perfectly honest...my children we're actually unbelievably amazing. That NEVER happens. Especially at the end of a summer vacation in which they are squished together because we are remodeling forever and it will never ever be done for a hundred years. (Or so it would seem.)

You guys.

Tropical Color Palette and Icing Formulas

Use this icing color palette and the formulas to make icing for your next tropical cookie project!! 

I used Chefmaster brand food coloring for all of these formulas.

If you're not sure what the "parts" mean, or how to use these formulas, check out THIS POST for detailed step-by-step photos!
When I make different colors with the same ratios (like the greens above), I usually make the darkest color first. Then I add some of the darker colored icing into a bowl of fresh white icing to make a lighter version of the same icing.
See how I made the Tropical Christmas Cookies HERE!!
See more of my color palettes and formulas HERE!

Christmas in July Sugar Cookie Celebration

Learn how to make some tropical Santa decorated sugar cookies with this royal icing cookie decorating tutorial!!  

If blogs had Christmas specials...this would be it. It would start with a dark, snowy night that cuts inside to a warm kitchen where a smartly dressed female actor (who is clearly just pretending to be me...because let's be honest, I've never been smartly dressed in my life...) is patiently and sweetly decorating Christmas cookies with her adorably well-behaved children. (More creative license...you can be sure of that. 😂😂)

One of those sweet little angel faces looks up and asks, "Mommy, was our coat closet always full of cookie cutters?"

The clearly-has-it-all-together-mother-impersonators stares off into the middle distance and says, "Let me tell you a story..."

Patriotic Color Palette and Icing Formulas

Use this icing color palette and the formulas to make icing for your next patriotic cookie project!! 


I used Chefmaster brand food coloring for all of these formulas.


If you're not sure what the "parts" mean, or how to use these formulas, check out THIS POST for detailed step-by-step photos!

When I make very light or pale icing colors, I mix the food coloring into a very small amount of icing (2 tablespoons) first and then use that saturated icing to color the rest of my icing. (Check out THIS POST for details.)


I used the soon-to-be-released set of Sweet Sugarbelle MINI SHAPE SHIFTER cutters for these adorable cookies! Watch the Sweet Sugarbelle page at American Crafts for their release in a few days!!

See more of my color palettes and formulas HERE!

How To Make Decorated Blood Pressure Cuff Sugar Cookies

Learn how to make some blood pressure cuff decorated sugar cookies for your favorite doctor, nurse, or medical professional with this royal icing cookie decorating tutorial!!  

If you've known me for longer than seven seconds, you might be vaguely aware that SUGAR is kind of a thing at my house. I did one of those "sugar diets" once -- you know, where you pretend like you can go an entire 30 days without eating any added sugars. I was mighty proud of myself when I made it to 10am on the first day. MY-TEE PROUD.

Floral Garden Color Palette and Icing Formulas

Use this icing color palette and the formulas to make icing for your next floral cookie project!! 

I used Chefmaster brand food coloring for all of these formulas.

If you're not sure what the "parts" mean, or how to use these formulas, check out THIS POST for detailed step-by-step photos!

See more of my color palettes and formulas HERE! 


Grab the cutters: Baby, Plaque, Footprint Heart, Floral Cluster (surprised?!), Bow, Tall Heart, Leaf, Bottle, Pacifier.



Sloth Color Palette and Icing Formulas

Use this icing color palette and the formulas to make icing for your next sloth cookie project!! 

I used Chefmaster brand food coloring for all of these formulas.


If you're not sure what the "parts" mean, or how to use these formulas, check out THIS POST for detailed step-by-step photos!

When I make different colors with the same ratios (like the pinks and browns above), I usually make the darkest color first. Then I add some of the darker colored icing into a bowl of fresh white icing to make a lighter version of the same icing.


See how I made the SLOTH COOKIES HERE!!

See more of my icing color palettes and formulas here!

How To Make Decorated Sloth Sugar Cookies

Learn how to make some adorable sloth decorated sugar cookies with this royal icing cookie decorating tutorial!!  

When I made my very first decorated cookie - I lived alone in Colorado. My husband was deployed. I had one child. And one friend. And cookies were sugar.... so really - I had TWO friends.

When I moved to South Korea and had to give up making cakes entirely and started making cookies for REAL and not just for kidding any more... I was still just a girl and her sugar. I had a Ziploc bag full of cookie cutters. And a baking sheet that could fit six cut-outs at a time.

At that time, this new wave of cookie decorating was really just beginning. And by "new wave," I mean -- cookies that were CRAZY adorable and still delicious at the same time. For decades, cookie decorating had either been one or the other. The cookies looked good OR they tasted good. And suddenly - you could have both.

As it turns out...people kind of liked that whole thing. Since the first moment th…

Skin Tone Color Palette and Icing Formulas

Skin tone icing color palette and the formulas you need to recreate them! 

I used Chefmaster brand food coloring for all of these formulas.


If you're not sure what the "parts" mean, or how to use these formulas, check out THIS POST for detailed step-by-step photos!

When I make different colors with the same ratios (like the 1st and 2nd or 3rd and 5th colors above), I usually make the darkest color first. Then I add some of the darker colored icing into a bowl of fresh white icing to make a lighter version of the same icing.

When I make very light or pale icing colors, I mix the food coloring into a very small amount of icing (2 tablespoons) first and then use that saturated icing to color the rest of my icing. (Check out THIS POST for details.)


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Grab the cutters: TasselBoy GraduateGirl GraduatePaw PrintConfetti Ribbon, and Diploma.
See how I made the GIRL GRADUATE cookies here.
See how I made the BOY GRADUATE cookies here.
Grab the tutorial for the GRADUAT…