How fun are these Coloring Book Cookies? (Coloring Bookies? Ha!) Yes – you can actually color these cookies with food color markers and eat them! Adult coloring books are hugely popular right now, and I never knew exactly how popular until I discovered that even my mother had a set of fancy markers and a coloring book of her own.
Those of you who already have the Sprinkle Bakes book may find these familiar, because they are made much like the Postcard Cookies on page 109. Wafer paper, rubber stamps and food color are used to create the coloring page design. Rubber stamps that have large open areas are best for coloring, and my favorites are Hampton Art Outline brand.
You can find the complete tutorial along with the recipes for the sugar cookies and royal icing here on The Etsy Blog!
Oh well done!
I still have tons of wafer paper..I bought it when I bought your first book..
Oh my gosh, stop it! Just when I think you can't get any more creative… is it weird that I want to burrow into your brain? It is? I'll show myself out now.
You are too funny, girl! I would not mind swapping brains with you for a day (or three). You are so creative and talented! Would not mind. One. Bit.
I've made coloring cookies before, but have never used the wafer paper/stamps; this is genius! My daughter-in-law loves coloring in her adult coloring books, and I'm sure these would be a nice surprise treat for her. I have yet to color in my books; I need to get a move on!
Hi, you are really creative minded girl!!….and coloring cookies is really great idea. Thanks for sharing.
I would not mind swapping brains with you for a day (or three). You are so creative and talented!