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Bougie Bunny

Bougie Bunny

We almost can't get over the cuteness of this Bougie Bunny! She's ready to rock the 2024 Easter Season in style. Here's the products we used to create this cookie:

  1. Bougie Bunny Cookie Cutter
  2. Bright White Gel Color
  3. Preppy Pink Gel Color
  4. True Blue Gel Color
  5. Pink petal dust
  6. Silver edible paint
  7. Food safe brushes
  8. Edible black marker

For this design, we also used royal icing transfers to make the belt bag and tumbler. You can download yours for free here!

New to using royal icing transfers? We have a blog that will explain it all!

Don't forget the packaging!

Don't forget the packaging!

We're pretty obsessed with this cookie duo, packed up in style for the Swiftie in your life. IYKYK ;)

Products used:

  1. Wood Box
  2. Conversation Bubble cookie cutter
  3. Star Trail stencil
Easter With Ears

Easter With Ears

This fun and colorful Easter cookie design lets you adjust the colors and letter patterns to suit your creativity. The block letters are easy to freehand directly onto the cookie. But if you would like to use a royal icing transfer sheet, we have one you can download HERE.

New to using royal icing transfers? We have a blog that will explain it all!

  1. Easter With Ears cookie cutter
  2. PME leaf tip 52
  3. Genie's Dream Meringue Powder
  4. Gel Colors in white, pink, blue, purple, orange
Egg Hunt Sign

Egg Hunt Sign

We love a good Easter egg hunt! Show us the way! Here are the products we used to make this adorable sign cookie.

  1. Egg Hunt Sign cookie Cutter
  2. Wood Grain Stencil
  3. Airbrush Royale Max
  4. Totally Brown airbrush color
  5. Gel colors in Preppy Pink, Woodland Brown, Gourmet Green and White.
  6. PME Grass Tip

Airbrushing and stenciling the top of the sign really brings it to life. Do this step first, and once dry you can add the rest of the details. For the egg on the sign, you can decorate it with whatever colors you are working with in your set. The eggs can be made ahead of time as a royal icing transfer too!

Bunny Hugging Carrot

Bunny Hugging Carrot

We all hug our veggies, right?! Why not! This adorable cookie of a bunny hugging it's carrot was made with the following products:

  1. Bunny Hugging Carrot cookie cutter
  2. Black edible marker
  3. Pink edible marker
  4. PME leaf tip 52
  5. Gel Color in white, green, orange, and pink

To get the size of the carrot just right, we made a royal icing transfer ahead of time. You can download yours HERE! We decided to just do the orange part of the carrot as the transfer, and pipe the leaves on the cookie directly. The choice is yours.

Peek A Boo Bunny

Peek A Boo Bunny

We are loving the versatility and simplicity of this cookie design. You can change up the color and design of the egg portion to match the rest of your set. You could even personalize it with a name! For this design we decided to paint our white egg with edible metallic paints. The best part about using paint... it saves you from mixing and bagging all those colors! Here's the products we used:

  1. Peek A Boo bunny cookie cutter
  2. Edible Art Decorative Paint
  3. Food safe brushes
  4. Black edible marker
  5. Gel color in bright white and pink
Happy Easter Gnome

Happy Easter Gnome

To continue our Gnome theme, we made a Happy Easter plaque! And we have a royal icing sheet you can download HERE to get your gnome done in advance and just the right size. Products used are:

  1. Happy Easter Gnome cookie cutter
  2. PME tip #2
  3. Genie's Dream Meringue Powder
  4. Gel Colors in white, pink, blue, purple, orange

You can also make this cookie without the gnome - just pipe in the missing letters!

Bunny Basket

Bunny Basket

How cute is this bunny jumping into his basket?! We love the "make ahead" elements of this cookie design. You can make the flowers ahead of time and glue on with icing when ready. New to this technique? We have a great video that can show you how to do this! We also made the ears and butt ahead of time as royal icing transfer - you can download the sheet HERE. Products we used are:

  1. Bunny Basket cookie cutter
  2. PME tip #1.5 for the basketweave
  3. Ateco Flower Tip #131
  4. Gel Colors in green, brown, white, pink, purple, purple, orange
Bunny Gnome

Bunny Gnome

Gnomes are really having their moment in 2024... And now they have bunny ears! You can make this cute gnome cookie in any colors you want. WE're linking the products we used below, including our favorite goto scribe.

  1. Bunny Gnome cookie cutter
  2. PME scribe
  3. PME tip #2
  4. Gel Colors in white, pink, blue, purple, and orange

Need a gnome without bunny ears for a different cookie occasion? Simply use this cutter to cut out your dough, but slice off the ears before baking.

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