How To Add Style and Panache To A Cookie Bouquet

The final Cookie Bouquet


It's easy to make a great looking cookie bouquet, as you can see from the How to make a cookie bouquet article.


But there are still things you can do, to make the cookie bouquet even better. This article is based on the previous article, but extends it by adding candies, roses, and a trailer ribbon to the bouquet.


You will need:


Step 1: Prepare the leaves and candies...


Wire and tape the leaves...

The leaves


Wire and tape the candies...

The candies


To wire the candy, take one end of the wrapper and twist the wire around it, and then tape.


Step 2: Wrap, wire, and tape the cookies...

Cut the cellophane into large squares that can fit a cookie. Twist the end of the cellophane, and then wire and tape. Then snip off any excess cellophane.


The prepared cookies


Step 3: Fan out the cookies...


Hold the cookies in a bunch in one hand...

Hold with one hand


Then fan them outslightly...

Fan the  cookies out


Step 4: Fill gaps with leaves...

Start to place your leaves in between the cookies. Fan the leaves out to make a circular shape. Then squeeze the bouquet together.

Fill the cookie bouquet in with leaves


Step 5: Add candies and roses...

Fill the remaining gaps with the roses and candies...


The final cookie bouquet



Step 6: Add trailer ribbon...

Form a Figure of 8 bow.


Take an extra piece of ribbon, and place it behind the bow.


Tie off with a wire, and stem tape.


And add the trailer ribbon to the cookie bouquet...


The final cookie bouquet


Step 6: Prepare the handle...

Trim the ends of the wires in the handle, and then stem-tape the handle.


That's it. As you can see, it wasn't that much harder than making a normal cookie bouquet, but adding the candies, roses, and ribbon really adds some style to the bouquet.