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{Video} How to Marble or Swirl Royal Icing

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I finally dipped my toe into video blogging; here’s a how-to on marbling, swirling , or feathering royal icing on cookies:

Click here if you can’t see the video.

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If you’d like to see more images and information on marbling, click here.

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If you’d like to try making these, here’s what you’ll need…

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What you’ll need to make marbled decorated cookies:

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And it’s about time I made my first video tutorial for the University of Cookie!

I was honored and pleased as punch (yes, I did say pleased as punch), to be invited by Bridget to be a “professor” there.  If you haven’t seen U of C, It’s full of all kinds of super cookie decorating tips from other U of C professors; I recommend you check them out here!

For those of you prefer images to my video, here’s a step-by-step of how cookies are marbled:

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Done!

Now that I’ve dipped my toes into the video blogging world, I’ll be doing videos here and there.  Please leave me a comment below letting me know:

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    Marian, thank you so much! You are an awesome teacher. Your ideas have helped me in the past and I just refreshed today before decorating cookies for my daughter’s shower. I’m looking for decorating ideas for wedding dress and cake cutouts. Also doing some hearts, some larger for wedding dress too and smaller ones that are plain.

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