Baseball Cookie Cutter

Item: 1101

Baseball Cookie Cutter measures 3-1/2 inches in diameter and along with our other baseball cookie cutters collection would look great decorated for a baseball game.

Baseball Cookie Cutter will be 1-1/8 inches deep after one side of the copper is tightly folded over for safety and stability. Our sturdy, copper cookie cutters are shaped by hand and soldered together for a permanent old-fashioned hold. Handmade copper cookie cutters may vary in size and shape.
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List Price: $35.00
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Diameter of 3-1/2 inches (89mm)

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Baseball Cookie Cutter
Decorated by Roberta (Bobbi) Crowley of Crowley Cookies in Norfolk, Massachusetts.

Baseball shaped sugar cookies are so easy to decorate! After you've baked and cooled your cookies made with a baseball cookie cutter, you'll need to flood your cookie with icing. To flood a cookie, first mix your icing and add your coloring. Icing should be stiff enough to form peaks but not enough to hold a spoon upright. Remove 1/3 of the icing to an icing bag with a #3 decorating tip. Add water, one tablespoon at a time, to the remaining 2/3rds icing until the icing is smooth enough that icing dipped out and dolloped back into the bowl sinks back down to a smooth surface within 30-45 seconds. Move the thin icing to a decorating bag (with any tip) or a squeeze bottle.

Using the thick icing and number #3 tip, quickly and smoothly outline the cookie. This takes practice so don't be discouraged your first time! Make a complete outline around the area you want your icing- you are creating a dam to hold the thin icing when it floods the cookie. Now, using the thin icing, squeeze the icing into the inside of the cookie, helping it spread- if necessary- with a damp paintbrush. Adding too little will make the covering too thin, but adding too much can make the cookie overflow- so add just a bit of icing at a time till the icing has flooded evenly.

Allow flooded coat to dry (2-6 hours, depending on how thin the icing was) before adding embellishments or icing details. Once the white base icing is dry, you can add two red half circles along the cookie as "seams", and then evenly spaced stitches along the seam. For a themed party or event, you can squiggle the signature of a favorite baseball player or your soon-to-be famous little leaguer.
Decorated by Joanna Owens of Imagine Cookies in Encinitas, California.

The cookie above was decorated using sanding sugar on top of buttercream icing.
Decorated by Joanna Owens of Imagine Cookies in Encinitas, California.
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