Polar Bear Cookie CutterPolar Bear Cookie Cutter
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Polar Bear Cookie Cutter


Photo compliments of Laurie Anglen of Cookie Bliss in Meridian, Idaho.



Polar Bear Cookie Cutter


Cookie decorating takes a little trial and error. We decided to
decorate this polar bear cookie here, so we tried out a few of our products.
The color details on this cookie were added with candy writers.
The lines are a little thick. Hopefully we will get better with practice.



Polar Bear Cookie Cutter


After the icing details dried, we simply sprinkled the cookie with white sanding sugar.
Luckily some of the sugar stuck to the cookie and gave the bear a frosty look.



Polar Bear Cookie Cutter


The most popular way to decorate sugar cookies is to outline the cookie with a "dam"
of icing, then "flood" with icing.



Polar Bear Cookie Cutter


Another way to add claws is with chocolate brown jimmies or black jimmies.
Carefully place them on damp icing using tweezers. You could also add icing eyes at this time.



Polar Bear Cookie Cutter


Details added with candy writers. Allow time to dry.
Then outline and flood cookie with white icing.



Polar Bear Cookie Cutter


Details added first on this cookie, using a black candy writer. Then, the cookie was outlined and flooded with white icing. The white icing covered some of the thick candy writer lines. Before the icing sets, sprinkle entire cookie with white sanding sugar.
Allow to dry, then knock off extra sugar and re-use.



Polar Bear Cookie Cutter

Polar Bear Cookie Cutter