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Screenprinted Cookies with ScanNCut

These are beautiful custom cookies.  And you don't have to have almost any frosting skills in order to make them!  Yay!  It's easy when you have a ScanNCut.  Check out the video for the instructions:

I tested this process by making cookies with my logo and discovered that screenprinting directly onto iced cookies didn't work for me:

I was ready to scrap the process until I decided to roll out some fondant and see if it was the surface I was printing on rather than my technique.  And it was!

I used both store bought (pink) fondant and homemade marshmallow (white) fondant:

It seemed to work equally well on the two types of fondant.  Though, I did find that I personally preferred the brighter printing on a white background.  But, I think they both look great!

Here's a quick visual guide to the process:

And if you don't want to print on cookies, remember you can screenprint on almost anything!

Thanks for stopping by!  Let me know if you have ScanNCut questions!


P.S. I am a paid spokesperson for the Brother ScanNCut.  It is a machine that I love and use.  All projects and opinions are my own.

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