North Pole Cookies – Name Tags for Christmas
Merry Christmas! Grab a chair and gather around the table for some of the most wonderful food you will ever eat. But wait. Where do I sit? Do I sit with my hubby, kids, or favorite aunt that always makes me laugh? Oh look! North Pole Cookies that are name tags. How wonderful! All I have to do is sit down and enjoy without worrying where I am supposed to sit. It is a wonderful life!These North Pole cookies are so easy to make and will make your guests feel welcome. It doesn’t take long to make them and you could even serve them up as party favors. Want to make some?
Supplies for North Pole Cookies:
Begin by outlining the sign and the stripes on the poles with the red icing. Let it dry overnight.
Next, flood the sign with the red icing. Let it dry for several hours or overnight.
Then, fill the white stripes with the white icing.
Next, outline and flood the ball on the top of the pole with the yellow icing.
While you are waiting on the icing to dry, outline the base of the cookies with the white.
Use a small decorating tip such as a #1 or PME #1.5 to pipe the names with the white icing.
Let the cookies dry overnight.
Next, you will need to prop the cookies up and add the icing to the base so the name tag will stand up. Sweet Sugar Belle has a great tutorial on how to do this. You can find it here.
Once they are standing, add the “snow” icing to the top of the sign. While the icing and base are wet, sprinkle with rainbow colored disco dust.
Now that the cookies are made, all you have to do is figure out where everyone is going to sit. Did I forget to mention that the hard part of making a seating chart is your job? So sorry!