One of my favorite spring/early summer blooms are lilies. Take a look at how I made these beautiful flowers! I used a 6-pointed star cutter for my lily shape. A 6-petal flower shape could work too!
Use an edible marker or a toothpick to mark a curve. This curve represents where the petals closer to you will curve downward.
I used 20+ second icing to pipe the petals. I allowed each petal to dry a few minutes before piping the adjoining petal.
Use piping consistency to pipe the flower vein on each petal. I used my airbrush to add some color, yellow followed by green.
Pipe the parts found in the center of the flower.
Finish the petals! Remember to let the petal dry a bit before adding the neighboring petal.
Finish the lily by adding the remaining petal veins.
Pair these pretty lilies with some speckled eggs for an Easter celebration!
Or make some other lily varieties by changing up the color, like these Stargazer Lilies!
Need a lily cutter? Grab one here from That's a Nice Cookie Cutter!
I'm Amy. Wife, Mom, former science teacher- and now full time cookie baker on Maryland's Eastern Shore. Pull up a chair and we'll create! I'll bring the coffee- maybe Mike (The Cookie Widower) will make it for us.