Nautical Sailboat Cookies

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too cute …

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loving the nautical.

Here it is, part two of the nautical cookie project! (If you haven’t read my last post on this project, you could check it out here). Like I said in the last post, there were so many different nautical-themed designs that it was hard to pick just two… boats and anchors seemed to pair well.

In terms of piping the boat details, I started off with the navy (#1) and piped a thin straight line down the middle, then piped and filled the base of the boat. Finished it off with a navy flag and small dot of icing above the flag – allow the navy to completely dry before piping the two red sails. Though my original design had a border similar to the anchor cookies, I decided to skip it altogether to keep it a bit more simple (thought a border might make it look too busy).

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Did I ever mention that I love baker’s twine? Especially the classic red baker’s twine… not sure what it is, I feel like it just makes everything a little more appealing and fun. Anyhow, the red baker’s twine that I had actually paired perfectly with the color scheme for this project. Finished it off with a custom tag, tied a bow, and called it a day!


13 thoughts on “Nautical Sailboat Cookies

  1. I love these cookies! You did such a great job with the presentation, too. Totally agree with you about baker’s twine. So festive and perfect with the cookies!


  2. Those cookies are adorable!! When I visited your blog today, I was like ‘wait, why does this look so familiar?’.. I then realized we use the same Adelle theme! Lol.. :D you have a lovely blog, just found yourself a new follower! :)


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