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Easter Gifts: Cookie Bouquet
Easter gifts are delicious. I love Easter sweets. Since I am in to edible bouquets, I want to share with you my Easter cookie bouquet project. Hopefully it will inspire you to create your own cookie bouquet as an Easter gift for your friends or family.
If you would like to share your Easter gifts with other readers, just email it to me.
Step 1. Take a piece of floral foam and a container that you would like to use for your Easter cookie bouquet.
Step 2. The next step in making this Easter cookie bouquet is to bake Easter themed cookies. I used chick, egg, and flower cookie cutters.
Bake the cookies for 10-12 minutes, or until they are ready. After removing the cookies from the oven, let them cool for several minutes. Do not pick up the cookies by their stick - use a spatula.
Step 3. Now it is time to decorate your cookies with icing.
Note: To keep your cookies fresh and soft for a long time, you can place each cookie in a clear plastic bag (you can buy those at a craft store) and tie it with a piece of curling ribbon.
Step 4. Arrange your cookie flowers into a bouquet.
To attach tissue paper to a stick, you can use a piece of curling ribbon or a piece of clear scotch tape.
If you dont remember how to attach tissue paper/cello to sticks, go to this page.
Step 5. Optional. You can add an Easter balloon in your cookie bouquet.
Step 6. Optional. You can add some candy bars (attach the bars to the sticks with a little bit of hot glue), some candy flowers made out of hard candy (use green floral tape to attach candy pieces to the sticks), or some marshmallow bunnies, chickens, and flowers (in this case, just insert the wooden skewers in to the middle of the marshmallow pieces).
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