Mandala Cookies
Hand piped designs inspired by adult color books

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Sweet Prodigy posted:
Couture Confections posted:

Anne Marie, the beautiful things about these is that they took no time at all! I piped the black designs, and as soon as they were dry, I filled in the colors with edible marker! Super fast, super easy, super vibrant!

Love this. It looks like you spent hours on these!

Thank you!

Sweet Prodigy posted:
Couture Confections posted:

Anne Marie, the beautiful things about these is that they took no time at all! I piped the black designs, and as soon as they were dry, I filled in the colors with edible marker! Super fast, super easy, super vibrant!

Love this. It looks like you spent hours on these!

(A.M.A.) See even Sweet Prodigy agree with me. I've been trying to copy your design for the past 2 hours with royal icing and it's being driving me crazy Hahahaha.. At least now I can put the royal icing a side for later on.  I'll get out my food coloring pens and start relieving all this stress I've  developed lately. Couture Confection you're one Smart Cookie. 

Couture Confections posted:

Anne Marie, the beautiful things about these is that they took no time at all! I piped the black designs, and as soon as they were dry, I filled in the colors with edible marker! Super fast, super easy, super vibrant!

Love this. It looks like you spent hours on these!

Absolutely beautiful. It had to take you hours to do these amazing cookies. Since you have to wait at least some time for each color to dry before putting on the next. I use the adult coloring books quite often for inspiration. And of course to relieve stress

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