- Custom Rolling Pins
Besides the flour, sugar and butter, getting started with a simple round or square cookie cutout can be done with cutters hiding away in a kitchen drawer, or they can be hand cut. Food coloring, meringue powder and piping bags may need to be picked up, but that’s manageable and a great way to get started.
If you take a class or two and toy with the idea of taking those skills up a notch, then hop on the sugar cookie choo choo with the rest of us!
Once you do and realize the grand adventure you’re on, you may just find yourself in need of some first-rate cookie supplies. Luckily, the Cookie Artist Directory has the suppliers you’re looking for.
The sugar-laced addiction usually begins with a cookie cutter here and a cookie cutter there. You will soon find that you will move past the days of the star and bell-shaped cookie cutters of the common folk. Now our options are endless! Need a cutter in the shape of a parakeet, an airplane, a raccoon or a hammer? We can help you in your quest.
Ask for a frog, sitting on a book, eating an apple. Or how about Sasquatch riding a unicorn? We know a guy who knows a guy. This directory will connect you with people that can make your cookie cutter dreams come true!
Then you might move to stencils because they help create consistent and detailed designs that might be too hard or time consuming to hand pipe.
And it doesn’t stop there. New cookiers may not even realize how many tools are in the cookie artist arsenal.
One of the great things about this icing-filled hobby is that you can spend as much or as little as you wish. You can stay as simple or complex as you like. And you might find one or two specific areas where you would like to focus.
You’ll find that most cookie supply dealers are cookiers who have done just that.
They have found a love for making cutters, sprinkles, or even rolling pins to help the rest of us create more exciting cookies and make the world a much sweeter place. The Cookie Artist Directory is here to help connect you with these people.
This is one of the best things about cookie decorating. You can spend year after year increasing your skills, adding different elements and having a blast along the way. Every aspect has an element of creativity that is a great outlet, hobby, or even a career. It’s the most fabulous rabbit hole ever.