Edible Easter Decor

What could be sweeter than a decoration you can eat?

Easter Cookie Ornaments

To transfer your favorite Easter image design onto a cookie,
reduce it to 65 percent of its original size on a standard color photocopier
(at any Office Depot, Kinkos, etc)
Take the smaller image to your favorite bakery where it can be reproduced with edible inks on thin, sticker-like sheets of paper made from rice, potatoes or cornstarch.

  1. Roll out store-bought or homemade sugar cookie dough to 1/4 inch thick.  For vintage postcard images, cut dough into 3 3/4 x 21/2-inch rectangles.  Use a cookie cutter to create the egg-shaped cookies

  2. Carefully punch holes for the ribbon at the top of the raw cookies with a drinking straw

  3. While the cookies are baking, cut out the images from the edible paper.  Make matching ribbon holes in the paper with a hole punch

Let cookies cool, then top them with a thin, even layer of white icing.
Peel the edible paper from its backing and gently smooth onto the cookies surface.
Allow the images to set for a few minutes, then pipe pastel-hued frosting along the edges.
Dust with edible glitter and thread with thin ribbon to hang from a whimsical feather tree for a fun centerpiece.

If you do not have a tree they look just as adorable on your favorite vintage plate.

Happy Good Friday!


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images and recipe from countryliving.com


  1. Sharon, those are just so cute! Thanks for sharing! Have a blessed Easter.


  2. Love your Easter decorations! So cute!

  3. What a darling...and yummy idea...LOVE IT!

    I hope you and your family have a beautiful and blessed Easter!

  4. What great ideas! Thanks for sharing!

  5. How cute is this!? I would not want to eat them!! Thanks for sharing, Miss Sharon!

    love ya,


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