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Rubber stamped Iced biscuits - made using a Cavallini & co. stamp set and an edible ' ink pad' - stamp pad felt ( a Ranger Ink 8"x 10" cut n dry stamp pad felt costs about £4.50 and will make loads of pads! ) soaked in sugarflair colouring diluted with Culpitts dipping solution ( food grade isopropyl alcohol ).
The image doesn't always turn out perfect , so that's when I use an edible pen to add detail.
the stamping works really well on rice paper too!
Please see this tutorial for further details -
cakecentral.com/a/rubber-stamp-iced-cookies
Lynette x

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  1. 4smartcookies 30 months ago | reply

    I have tried the rubber stamps, but didn't think of using the Edible pens.. Good idea ... and the cookies look awesome!

  2. jomlette 30 months ago | reply

    I have put together instructions on how to make these if you are interested. See link www.bellissimakids.com/2011/11/15/rubber-stamped-cookies/

  3. nice icing 30 months ago | reply

    Thanks for all your lovely comments xx
    Jomlette Thank you for featuring my cookies on your blog, I have now added the instructions in the description of the cookie pictures (I added them originally to my comments10 months ago!)
    Lynette x

  4. jomlette 29 months ago | reply

    Oh you're welcome. We actually went and bought the Cavallini stamps yesterday so we can try them ourselves!

  5. katydiddy 29 months ago | reply

    Great idea. Do you think that coloring the stamp with an edible pen would work? If I stamped it quickly after applying the ink?

  6. nice icing 29 months ago | reply

    Thank you Laura, I've not tried inking a stamp that way it could work but as you say it would have to be quick!!!
    Lynette x

  7. Summerset 29 months ago | reply

    They way you've put the piping around the edge reminds me of bottle caps!

  8. sjschulmire 29 months ago | reply

    Where can you get all the items needed to make the ink pads and do the stamps have to be that kind or will any stamp work? Any advise will be greatly appreciated. Thanks Sandy

  9. http://suziethefoodie.blogspot.com 29 months ago | reply

    These are astoundingly beautiful! I have to try this technique.

  10. Koekentiene 25 months ago | reply

    OMG! These are wonderfull! I love it!

  11. Connmiel 24 months ago | reply

    I was daydreaming at work, thinking I had come up with a wonderfully original idea to use stamps on cookies, and you have completely beat me to the punch with these lovely, beautiful little treats! :)

  12. amysprague 23 months ago | reply

    Hello! I was wondering if you have the cookie and icing recipes that you could share? I love the edges of the icing and was curious about how you did that! Thanks!

  13. angelahall1 22 months ago | reply

    I'd like the cookie and icing recipes too! That would be much appreciated :)

  14. monkeybutt0524 21 months ago | reply

    While these cookies are beautiful, I'd think about using an ethanol susbstance (drinking alcohol such as vodka) to mix your colorant with instead of isopropyl alcohol. Isopropyl alcohol in any form is not suitable for consumption and may cause poisoning.

  15. nice icing 21 months ago | reply

    monkeybutt0524

    Thank you for your concern, the isopropyl alchohol I use is food grade, called dipping solution or rejuvenator spirit manufactured by Culpitts and is widely used in sugarcraft for colouring by adding to paste food colourings.
    www.culpitt.com/everyday-basics/sundries/edible-ingredien...
    Lynette

  16. Cutbush 16 months ago | reply

    Thank you sooooo much for sharing this. I LOVE stamping and baking. This seems to be the perfect combination.

  17. nice icing 14 months ago | reply

    Please see this tutorial for further details -
    cakecentral.com/a/rubber-stamp-iced-cookies
    Lynette x

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