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How to Easily Decorate Puppy Themed Party Cookies!

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You could find an excuse to have puppy cookies for all kinds of puppy themed parties, right? Baby showers, birthdays, your dog’s birthday, and a just-because party. These puppies are so easy to create. Pick just one of the breeds or do all three, whatever matches your puppy themed party! Here are the instructions for each of them.

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Dachshund Cookies

For the dachshund, you will need:

Roll out, cut, and bake your cookies and allow them to cool. While they are cooling, whip up your frosting. To set up your icing bags, put each frosting into it’s own bag with a tip #2 in it.

First, outline your dachshund with your brown frosting.

Fill in your dachshund with vertical lines on the ears and horizontal lines on the rest of the body.

Outline your dachshund one more time so that the ears stand out still.

Take your black frosting and create two small dots for the eyes and one dot for the nose.

Labrador Cookies

For the lab, you will need:

Roll out, cut, and bake your cookies and allow them to cool. While they are cooling, whip up your frosting. To create a tan color, I mixed yellow with the tiniest bit of brown. If it turned out too dark, add uncolored (white) frosting to the mix. To set up your icing bags, put each frosting into it’s own bag with a tip #2 in it.

Outline/fill your lab with the tan frosting. I filled my lab in with horizontal lines so that the details will stand out more.

Draw in the puppy’s ear and back leg.

Take your black frosting and add a dot for the eye and a dot for the nose. Create a little curved line for the mouth.

Sheepdog Cookies

For the sheepdog, you will need:

Roll out, cut, and bake your cookies and allow them to cool. While they are cooling, whip up your frosting. To set up your icing bags, put both the white and black frostings into their own bags, each with a tip #2 in it. Put the gray frosting into a bag with a tip #233 in it.

Create the white chest and belly with your white frosting. Use your white frosting for the tail as well.

For the sheepdog’s long hair, take your gray frosting, and, starting at the top of the dog, squeeze it out toward the bottom. I did this technique for both the puppy’s head and body. For the ears, squeeze it out at a slight angle. Reference the photo below.

I used a butter knife to trim off some hair coming from the top of the head into the puppy’s eyes, but it is up to you if you want to do that or leave it more natural looking. Go ahead and take your black frosting to create your nose and lips.

There you have it! Three super easy puppy designs for a fun puppy party!

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