when my friend trish hit me up to do some cookies for her sweet baby girl's baptism, i knew it was the perfect time to bust out the airbrush again for another try.
also, here's baby a as she helps the bean fix her hair. so stinking cute. i can't stop laughing at their facial expressions.
so anyway, this is what five dozen-ish cookies looks like. i figured out that it takes about four hours to get to this point:
i'd ordered some stencils from the cookie countess, who'd just launched her new website and had offered a great grand opening deal. i selected some basic ones that i knew i'd use regularly, and here's the first one:
a little bit of pink airbrushing food color, and voila:
then i switched it up and tested out the chevron stencil. i know most people are probably so over it, but it's still one of my favorite patterns.
trying to figure out how i wanted to do the handwritten decorative As was the hardest part of this process.
but i figured it out.
here's the final result, and they ended up looking really pretty (if i do say so myself).
that airbrush is going to be my best friend, i just know it.
Can you make your own stencils with your silhouette?ReplyDelete
yup! very easily, actually!Delete