Painted Vintage Paper Doll Cookies

For this week’s tutorial, I wanted to push my painting techniques and paint Dolly Dingle paper dolls on 4.5 x3-inch royal icing covered cookies. To my delight, I discovered paper dolls are not only for cutting out, their cherub faces and sweet outfits are perfect for painting on royal icing or fondant.

Supplies need for this project:
Decorating Nozzle: PME #3:
Decorating Nozzle: PME #5 (open star)
12-inch decorating bags:
Scribe tool:
Rectangle shaped cookie, 4.5×3-inches
Damp cloth
Kitchen paper
Small Filbert:
Small Round Brushes: Small Filbert:
Cookie Dough Recipe for my recipe:
Royal Icing Recipe for my recipe:
-Flood consistency royal icing
-Stiff consistency royal icing
Wilton food paste:
The Sugar Art Edible Dust:
-For Get Me Not
-Summer Resort
Antique Gold

Music courtesy of Audio Network:
Visit my blog to read more about the inspiration for these cookies!

Freehand watercolor Dolly Dingle Template:

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They are beautiful! Your painting is fantastic! Thanks for sharing the tutorial!

Toni, Pennsylvania,

Lovely tutorial! thanks!

Life is too sweet to be bitter

They are gorgeous

You must never limit your challenges, instead you must challenge your limits

Evelin, thank you!

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Elli, Thank you, I glad you like the tutorial!

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Thank you, Adela, Andrea, and Emily!

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Thank you, Calli!

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So cute! Thanks for sharing xx

sugar and art - perfect combination!