I have wanted to make Alice in Wonderland cookies my entire life!!! Finally, I had a very special request from my friend Nanci at Sugar & Stilettos for her annual fundraiser that benefits the food bank in LA. 

This was a quick turnaround, so I don't have videos and a full tutorial for this set (boo hoo), but I do provide some helpful info below...

Here are the cutters I used to make this set (click on the cutter title to view in shop):
Alice is the Princess Cookie Cutter (with a slight trim),
Mad Hatters Hat from the Sugarbelle Shape Shifters 2 Cutter Set
The pocket watch is the Ball Ornament Cutter (with a slight trim)
Teacup Cookie Cutter
The Eat Me tag is the Gift Tag Cutter
The Potion Bottle is the Perfume Bottle Cutter

I did use a projector on Alice.

This was a quick sketch (thus the lined notebook paper LOL). I didn't polish this sketch too much, but here is a copy for you to download :) CLICK TO DOWNLOAD.

I used pastel colors to make the cookies: pastel pink, gold, avocado, and royal blue. Plus, I used white and diamond black. You can check out all our food gels in shop - CLICK HERE.

I used a few stencils to make these cookies too! Like the Narrow Stripe Stencil in the background of the Eat Me Cookies.

On the blue teacup I used the Geometric Hexagons. On the pink teacup I used the Sweetheart Lace Stencil. And on the yellow teacups I used the Medium Dot Stencil. I added a little pearl shimmer airbrush color to each of my airbrush colors to lighten them and add a little shine.

Do you like the text graphics? Download them all - CLICK HERE!

TThe pocket watch features the Harlequin Stencil.

And I add the gold accents using the Crystal Color Antique Gold (mixed with Everclear and painted on with a brush).

 

Ihope you enjoyed this closer look at the Alice cookies! I would be flattered if you are inspired by them or recreate them...be sure to tag me with @flourboxbakery or #flourboxbakery so I can see what you make!!

Happy Decorating!

Anne