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Help to make this sprinkle "frame"

post #1 of 30
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I found these edible image cookies on the web, and loved the way they are
"framed" with sprinkles. I was wondering if anyone had an idea of how to add the sprinkles like this company did and make a perfect frame around the image. Since their cookies are dipped in chocolate, not iced, do you think they "paint" additional chocolate around the pic to make the frame? It is SO
precise though! I know some of the great minds here at CC can figure it out.
So, if you think you have an idea...let me know!
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post #2 of 30
I haven't tried this yet, but i read somewhere that you can mix meringue powder and water (more water than MP) to make a "glue". Then paint it on the area you want your sprinkles to stick to. Sprinkle the cookie and remove excess. I'll try it this week and see if it works for me.

good luck! those cookies are too cute.
post #3 of 30
Joanne914 Those are so cute my sister runs a daycare out of her house and she loves to have the kids do things like this. This would be nice for mothers day. I will keep watching to see how you do this. I have never done dec cookies before but I am taking a glass with Michelle Bommarito at the end of May to learn how. Cant wait
PS I live in the Chesterfield / New Baltimore
area where are you at
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post #4 of 30
You could make the frame with candy melts painted on with a paintbrush. You would have the edge of the image to use as a guide.

I made cookies with a white chocolate frame...the girls had pink sugar on their frames, the boys had chocolate sprinkles...for my daughter's class for Valentine's Day. I used a butter knife and even with that it was possible to get nice, tidy results.
post #5 of 30
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Thanks so much to everyone that came up with an idea to do this! icon_smile.gif
All are great ideas, and I will try each one to see which one works the best.
I'll be sure to post my "experiments" here! lol


dg10148...WOW a class with Michelle Bomarito! I'm going to guess that you're taking the class at Heinrich's? I live north of Detroit, White Lake actually.
It's two towns west of Pontiac. (everyone always knows where Pontiac is!)
Is is too late to sign up for the class? That would be awesome to take a class with her. Let me know!
post #6 of 30
i actually hears that they added a second class because the first one filled.

i'd be anxious to know how her classes go!?!?!?

ya know a while back someone tried tostart a michigan cake club and it didn't make it too far. there are so many great decorators in mich i think we should try to get something together!! i already met joanne! we had so much fun laughing!
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post #7 of 30
Those are very sweet, what a cute idea!

dg10148 I am also taking the Michelle Bommarito class in May! I am so excited and nervous! I have not been doing cookie decorating very long and I am worried I am going to be out of my league.

And "hello" to all you Michigan girls! : )
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post #8 of 30
michelle, i'm sure you'll do fine. so, where in mich are you from???
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I am in the Romeo area, grew up in Warren at 12 and Schoenherr.
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when i grow up i wanna live in romeo
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post #11 of 30
michelle, i'm sure you'll do fine. so, where in mich are you from???
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Originally Posted by kneadacookie

when i grow up i wanna live in romeo




LOL, we love it out here, close enough (getting closer) to everything, but yet we still have that small town country charm.
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every october for apple season, i think i pick out a different house i want!
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Originally Posted by kneadacookie

every october for apple season, i think i pick out a different house i want!



As a kid we used to drive through Romeo going to my grandparetns house, and I used to be in awe of the old homes. I never ever thought I would live down here!
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post #15 of 30
so, i think we should all consider trying to get this michigan cake and cookie club started again


....oops, sorry joanne, didn't mean to hijack your thread
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