FREE Watermelon Patterns to Make Happy Little Sugar Cookies
Guess what? I made you some Free watermelon patterns so you can enjoy cookie decorating without time pressuring you to complete your cookies. Do you decorate sugar cookies? If you do you need these free patterns. If you don’t decorate sugar cookies, these royal icing transfers can help you make cute cookies in no time.
Royal icing transfers are a great way to make cute cookies without the stress of creating a design and decorating on the cookie. One slip of the royal icing and you’ll have to scrape your royal icing off of the cookie and start over. If you make these royal icing transfers a few weeks before you make your cookies decorating seems fun and stress-free. Keep reading and you’ll learn how simple it is to make and store royal icing transfers.
If you haven’t make royal icing transfers before it’s simple. All you need is a flat surface (I use a piece of foam board I cut a little larger than the size of my printed patterns), wax paper, tape, and your royal icing. Oh yeah, you’ll need a few patterns which I’ll provide for free. Then, you can make these cute decorations and wait for them to dry completely before you remove them. Then, store them in an airtight container away from the sun until you’re ready to make your cookies.
I love these little royal icing candy decorations because they allow me to decorate without worrying about messing up a cookie. If I make a mistake on one of these I can scrape it oof the wax paper and start over with ease. And you can make the decorations a week, a month, or months ahead of time. They’re cute, simple, and FREE!
Are you ready for your patterns? I thought since it’s summer we could start with some watermelon patterns. I made four different patterns for you to enjoy today. Will you do me a favor? If you make some will you tag me on Instagram or on Facebook? I’d love to see what you make!
So if you’re ready here are your four free patterns!
Slice of Watermelon with Glasses:
- Small Watermelon Slice with Glasses
- Medium Watermelon Slice with Glasses
- Large Watermelon Slice with Glasses | The Bearfoot Baker
I think this guy is cute. but I strongly suggest you wait to pipe on his arms and legs until you’re ready to add him to your cookies. I’m working on a set right now with this guy and I’ll share it with you later this week. I can’t wait to see what you make!
Happy Little Watermelon Slices:
- Small Happy Little Watermelon Slices | The Bearfoot Baker
- Medium Happy Little Watermelon Slices | The Bearfoot Baker
- Large Happy Little Watermelon Slices | The Bearfoot Baker
I didn’t know a watermelon could have such as sweet little face! I hope you make a few happy little watermelons this summer!
- Small Slice of Watermelon | The Bearfoot Baker
- Medium Slice of Watermelon | The Bearfoot Baker
- Large Slice of Watermelon | The Bearfoot Baker
Watermelon is one of those fruits I look forward to eating all winter long because you can’t find a good watermelon around here when it’s cold outside. If we make our own candy melons with royal icing we can pretend we have the yummy fruit even if there’s snow on the ground.
- Small Tear Drop, Watermelon Seeds, and Rain Drop Royal Icing Transfers
- Medium Tear Drop, Watermelon Seed, Rain Drop Royal Icing Transfers
- Large Tear Drop, Watermelon Seeds, and Rain Drop Royal Icing Transfers
Before we go I thought I’d explain this last template. It’s watermelon seeds you can make before you start working on your watermelon royal icing transfers. We all know you need a good seed pattern so you don’t have to spend all that time making them as you make the royal icing transfers. Seed prep is a great thing, my friends!
I hope you enjoy these patterns and in the next few days, I’ll show you how I used them on my cookies. Until then, hashtag me and share your photos of how you used these patterns and if you allow me to share your images in my Instagram Stories, I’d love that and so will everyone else! What are you waiting for, go decorate these guys!