Rubber Stamped Cookies

November 15th, 2011

Aren’t these dainty cookies with the vintage style images just amazing?! I found them via Nice Icing’s Flickr. And you too can make them! The images are created using Cavallini rubber stamps and then finished off with edible markers. Exquisite. There were no instructions but don’t worry – I have put together a plan for you below just from piecing together the comments.

1. Use this shortbread cookie recipe.

2. Flood the cookies with Royal Icing. See link. Let them sit overnight.

3. Make an “ink pad’  with stamp pad felt soaked in Spectral Paste, Sugarflair colouring diluted with dipping solution (isopropyl alcohol).

4. Stamp the Cavallini rubber stamp in pad and get printing. Test first on a bit of paper so you don’t waste too many cookies!

5. Use an edible food marker to draw in parts that didn’t stamp properly.


5 Responses to “Rubber Stamped Cookies”

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  2. Anabel says:

    These are so lovely. I will definitely try to make this once I check out the links.

  3. I want to make them too. And Cavallini has a bunch of other stamps so will maybe do some different ones as well.

  4. Jemma Radick says:

    Tried these this Christmas, with a few tweaks, and they turned out great. I’ve blogged about it here:

  5. Theresa says:

    These are beautiful!