Supply List

Before we can get started with the fun stuff, let’s make sure you have everything you need. Since this class is just covering the basics for decorating this Magic Cat Halloween set, you’ll need to have a royal icing recipe (and all of the supplies that go with that) on hand.  We’re offering a bonus “Lemon Cardamom Spice Cookie” recipe.  If you would like to use this in lieu of your usual roll-out recipe, be sure to check the ingredient list to make certain you have all the necessary pantry items.

Beyond that there are some additional decorating supplies to gather…


The Essentials

  • Meringue Powder
  • Tipless Piping Bags
  • Gel Food Coloring (I recommend “Americolor” brand)
    • Super Black
    • Bright White
    • Eggplant
    • Mauve
    • Maroon
    • Ivory
    • Copper
    • Gold
    • Egg Yellow
    • Slate
    • Taupe
  • Edible ink markers (including a fine tip black food marker)
  • A scribe tool (or pointy toothpick)
  • Food-safe paint brushes including:  a small round, a fine tip (e.g. Spotter 5/0), & extra fine tip (e.g. Round 3/0 NicPro)
  • Optional: edible pink dust like The Sugar Art’s Camillia, and a dusting brush (to blush the cat’s cheeks)
  • A penblade or sharp paring knife for hand-cutting dough
  • Sharp scissors
  • A rolling pin (ideally with thickness guides)
  • Access to a printer to print templates

For your convenience, I’ve compiled this supply list on my Amazon storefront. Head on over if there’s anything you’re missing!

Cookie Cutters

There are no cookie cutters being sold for this class.  But if you would like to print your own cutters at home, we would be happy to supply you with the STL files to do so.  We just ask that you explicitly request these STL files via email:  Please include “Halloween STL” in the subject and your ORDER # in the body of the email.   As an additional note, these files are for PERSONAL USE ONLY.  You are expressly prohibited from sharing, reselling or otherwise redistributing these files and/or cookie cutters made using these files.  All requests must be made on or before Nov. 1, 2020. We will not be sharing these files after that time.

We will also be offering printable templates so that you can hand-cut your shapes. Simply print the template sheet provided (at 100% scale) and cut around the outline of each shape. You can then place the cut-out paper on your dough and use a penblade or sharp paring knife for hand-cutting the shapes.