This is what I started with. I did the exact thing that I posted yesterday,
but my hand was steadier.
Years ago, I took a folk art painting class. The instructor
taught the basic little touches you could do to
decorate wood pieces. One of the things I learned was to
make a heart that was simple and cute. I used the same thing
on the heart cookies, only I used frosting.
With my bag of frosting, I piped 2 dots right next to each other.
They are barely touching. I used a Wilton #2 tip.
With a very small tipped paintbrush,
that I only use for cookies, I pulled the frosting down from
the left side dot. I pulled it to where it would eventually end up
at the bottom of the heart.
Then I pulled the other side down until the heart was formed.
They turned out fairly well. A few of the hearts have tiny
globs of icing at the tip of the heart. I need to work on that!
This is not the best picture, but I went around the outline of the
small heart with my frosting bag and the same #2 tip.
I just piped little dots, trying to even space them all the way around.
I am happy with this one. The dots did not get any little points on them,
which I was glad about. The consistency on the icing must have been
right because they were really great dots!
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