Keeping schedules and time management have never been my strong suit. Case in point this post. I was supposed to post these stenciled Valentines cookies last week but it didn’t happen. So as the saying goes better late than never.
This set is a tribute to my relationship with my husband. We recently celebrated ten years together and four years of marriage. When I met him we were living in two different cities three hours away from each other. We did the long distance thing for awhile but eventually we knew that one of us was going to have to move. I decided to take a leap of faith and leave my job and friends to pursue a relationship with him. All that mattered to me was that boy loved this girl. The rest is history.
I decided to revisit airbrushing with stencils on cookies. You can see my first attempt here and my next attempt here. I think I’ve come a long way and have finally found a technique that works for me. I like airbrushing with sheen colors. I just think they look nicer.
It’s been forever and a day since I recorded a video so I thought the best way for you to see how I like to airbrush with stencils and sheen colors is to show you.
If you are interested in the stencils I used for this project you can find them at The Cookie Countess’s shop on Etsy.
Wishing y’all a happy Valentine’s Day! Hope you have a wonderful day with your special someone.
Helpful Airbrushing Resources:
- Perfectly Stenciled Cookies with Magnets via Sweet Sugarbelle
- Masking Cookie Stencils with Press and Seal Wrap via The Cookie Countess
- Accenting Decorated Cookies with Stencils via The Cookie Countess
- Airbrush 101 – The Basics via The Bearfoot Baker
- Cleaning an Airbrush Gun with Vodka via The Bearfoot Baker
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