How to make invisible border royal icing cookies! +++ this blog has everything you'll ever need to know about RI cookies, included photo tutorials, recipes, and step by step directions for the cutest RI designs!
Sugar Veil technique of decorating. This "secret" icing dries to be hard enough to pick up with your hands yet flexible enough to bend around corners and can be molded into so many shapes that simply take time off your work. Sugar Veil has a lace mat that you can use to mold the icing into a fine lace which can then be cut into different size pieces and placed on cakes, cookies, candy, etc. But it doesn't stop at lace; it comes with an icing dispenser that allows you to draw
How to make Royal Icing. This smooth, hard-drying icing is perfect for making decorations that last. It is also useful as a "cement" to fasten decorations together. Royal icing is edible, but not recommended for icing cakes.
This is a tutorial for how I apply my glaze icing to sugar cookies. To make my special version of royal icing, (glaze icing) these are the ingredients I use. (click the link for full recipe) 1 cup powder sugar (confectioners sugar) 1 tablespoon milk 1 tablespoon light corn syrup 1 drop lemon juice