Corduroy Easter Bunny Cookies

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Corduroy effect was made by piping close ivory stiff icing lines on bare cookie with a PME3 tip. When dried I have used dry brown color dust on lines to achieve vintage fabric texture. Aixa aka @Dolce Sentire - Aixa Zunino has posted a great tutorial in February 2017 with a similar technique: https://cookieconnection.julia...ntic-valentine-s-tag

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Super adorable dear Evelin @Evelindecora!! I particularly love the burlap background (don't really know what else to call it) where you've painted several eggs with a bow at the top of the heart shape ❤️❤️.

Thank you so very much for also giving a tip on how you achieved the corduroy texture!! You're always so very helpful and thoughtful my dear friend

Cookies Fantastique by Carol posted:

Super adorable dear Evelin @Evelindecora!! I particularly love the burlap background (don't really know what else to call it) where you've painted several eggs with a bow at the top of the heart shape ❤️❤️.

Thank you so very much for also giving a tip on how you achieved the corduroy texture!! You're always so very helpful and thoughtful my dear friend

Aixa aka @Dolce Sentire - Aixa Zunino has indeed created a easier and very useful tutorial on a similar technique to give scrap-booking effect to cookies. This is different because lines are very close, piped on bare cookie to give a corduroy plush effect; I am happy you appreciate it! The heart shaped cookie has been embossed before baking directly on dough with a fabric texture printed roller then painted when dried! ❤️

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