Simple Holiday Candle Place Card Cookies

Sometimes you look at a cookie cutter and immediately see something other than what it is supposed to be.Holiday Candle Cookie out of Santa sled and candle (Ellie's Bites)

Like this Santa sled from the Santa/sled/reindeer three pack. To me it looks like an old fashioned candle holder and I thought those would make some cute place card cookies for your Holiday table. So, roll out your dough, and cut out the sleds. Cut out a candle and use the candle cutter to cut a notch from the sled. Place the candle inside and bake the cookies. Let them cool completely on the baking sheet.

You’ll need:

  • Gold icing in piping and flood consistency (This is a mixture of Americolor egg yellow, and Americolor gold)
  • Red icing in piping and flood consistency
  • Green very stiff icing
  • Gold airbrush color, Gold luster dust, and/or Wilton’s Color Mist in gold. (Optional)
  • Yellow Edible Glitter (Optional)

Holiday Candle (Ellie's Bites)

  •  Out line the candle holder in gold and the candle in red. 
  • Flood the candle holder and allow it to dry. Flood the candle and allow the whole thing to dry completely.
  • Holiday Candle Place Card Cookies (Ellie's Bites)When you flood the candle, you can either flood the whole thing, then after it dries, add dripping wax details. Or you can flood it in sections to add dimension.
  • Using the gold piping icing, add a flame, and immediately pour on a little edible glitter to make the flame sparkle.
  • Use gold piping icing to add scrolls and a name (or message).
  • If you want, spray lightly with gold airbrush color, Wilton Color Mist in Gold, or brush with gold luster dust.
  • Use the very stiff green icing and the red piping icing to add a little sprig of holly.

So, it’s getting close to Christmas! Five more days! What’s on your wish list? Are you baking anything I should know about?

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