If only I knew Linda back when I hosted Levi's Flying High party. I can't believe how well these cookies match my design; miles better than my attempt! Thanks so much for sharing Linda on the blog today!
Flying High aeroplane cookieYou will need an aeroplane cookie cutter to make this cookie. I got my cutter in a big bucket of plastic cookie cutters that cost under $20 for 100 cutters which is pretty good value. Any cutters you will not be using for cookies you can give to the kids to use with playdoh. Fondant, food colour, edible pens and other decorating ingredients can be found at large craft stores (eg. Spotlight and Michael's) or specialty cake decorating stores.
IngredientsAeroplane shaped sugar cookies Fondant (ready roll type) coloured light blue, white, black and orange using gel food colors (like Americolor or Wilton brand) small plastic rolling pin cornflour (cornstarch) for dusting Aeroplane cookie cutter small round fondant cutter (2cm or 3/4") brush and water Icing tip (Wilton #12) black edible pen * Fondant dries out fast, work quickly and when not in use pop it into a ziplock bag or air tight container. Knead before use to make more pliable. Make the round orange 'motors'. Dust the workbench with a little cornflour, roll out the orange fondant until thin and even and using the round cookie cutter cut out shapes.
Linda has recently launched a kid-friendly cook book "Sweets on a Stick". You can purchase your copy with lots of fun ideas via her blog here.