For the cookie, I used the same cutters as I did here.
First, draw a pattern onto the owl with a food safe marker like these. You need to use a light color so it won’t bleed through the white. Then, outline and flood the tummy and eye area. While the icing is still wet, add the royal transfer eyes.
Outline the owl body and flood the wings. Let it dry overnight.
Flood the owl body and let it dry.
Next, begin making the scarf by making lines leaving a space in between each one and let dry for at least 30 minutes. For some reason, I outlined the tale of the scarf with the green icing in this photo but, didn’t do the other owls like this. You can do it however you want to. You could even outline the entire scarf and fill in the squares. Do what makes you happy!
Then fill the remaining areas with the next color. Add a gray nose and dots for the toes. I added the outer toes first then added the middle one about 30 minutes later.
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