Bee Monogram Cookies

I used a stencil to spray a gold honeycomb pattern onto these bee monogram cookies.  The flowers were piped using white icing, but with a painted yellow center and some white nonpareils to finish it off.  You can also try filling your piping back with two tones of icing and getting some variation that way.

honeycomb bee monogram royal icing sugar cookie
Monogram bee cookies

The monograms were done freehand, which I rarely recommend, unless the letter is an “easy” one, like M.  At the very least, I will stipple a few guide points to ensure that my letters are all of uniform size and proportion.

 Originally posted on September 6, 2014

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  1. […] amounts, but will give you nice clean lines for fitting them together.  I did not do this for my Bee Monogram Cookies, and even though they turned out beautiful, they could fit together a bit […]

  2. […] When I think of a cookie bouquet, I think of anything but cookies: the assembly, the sticks, the arranging, the foam, the finding of pretty stuff to cover the foam, the vase or cup or whatever you decide to pack it in…it can be a lot of tedium. These tulip cookie bouquets are a great solution when you need to make many bouquets in a short amount of time. The simple design makes for fast production, and the no-fuss paper packaging gives it a rustic look without the tedium of a traditional cookie bouquet. And only 2 colors to mix! (Some of my most elegant designs have come from a simple color palette, like these Bee Monogram cookies.) […]

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