Salt Lake City Temple Cookie stencil
My sister had a trip to the USA last year, and she visited many Temples while she was over there. She brought me back the cookie cutter for the Beautiful Salt Lake City Temple, and last November I quickly made a stencil and airbrushed (and dusted) some cookies for her to take to her Chapter afternoon tea.
Someone recently enquired about the stencil, so I have updated it and have released it for others to now use.
For those wanting the Temple Cookie Cutter, this can be bought direct from www.doodlebeads.com - click here
Stencils are quick to use and enhance the cookies or cakes you are decorating. Common ways of using stencils are with magnetic frames such as the Stencil Genie, by using magnets on the corners of the stencils, or simply held by hand. ibicci stencils are primarily made for decorating cookies and cakes however the stencils can be used to apply designs on a wide variety of surfaces including walls, wood, fabric, glass etc.
Stencil measures approximately 5.5" / 14cm square and fits the Stencil Genie as shown. Ibicci stencils are made out of reusable, sturdy .007mil plastic
Care: Rinse gently with warm water, Do Not use hot water as this may cause warping. Lay flat to dry or pat dry with paper towels.