Music Note Royal Icing Transfers and Templates
Fa la la la la, la la la la. It is not quite time to deck the halls but, you can deck your cookies, cupcakes and cakes with these music note royal icing transfers.
Supplies for Music Note Royal Icing Transfers:
Black 15 second icing
Sprinkle Music Note Royal Icing Template
Small Music Note Royal Icing Template
Medium Music Note Royal Icing Template
Sprinkle Treble Cleff Royal Icing Template
Small Treble Cleff Royal Icing Template
Medium Treble Cleff Royal Icing Template
Small Single Music Note Template
Single Sprinkle Music Note Template
Begin by printing the templates and taping them to a flat surface such as a cutting board or the back of a baking sheet. Then, cover with with wax paper and tape it down so it is nice and smooth. You don’t want wrinkles or your transfers will have wrinkles.
Outline and flood the notes then let them dry. Since these royal icing transfers have parts that are very thin, let them dry for a couple of days before trying to remove them.
As you can see in this image, I tried to make the treble clef on the far right a little thicker than the others. I don’t know if I had some sort of panic attack when trying to remove it but, it was the only on that broke while trying to remove them. Go figure!
These were a request from one of you. I love hearing what you all need and trying to help by making you a template or two. I think I am going to switch to holiday templates now because I have several I want to share with you. Royal icing transfers will have us singing this holiday season. I am stocking up and getting ready to make massive amounts of cookies and cupcakes for friends and family. I am determined to be prepared so I can enjoy the holidays without running around like crazy or staying up all night waiting on something to dry.
If you are looking for music note inspiration, check out these links below. For information on how to store royal icing transfers, click here.