These gnomes are definitely lucky and they’re not afraid to admit it! In folklore, gnomes serve as guards to the home and protect people from misfortune. As such, they are regarded as good luck charms. Since shamrocks are practically synonymous with St. Patrick’s Day, we added a few shamrocks to the set for extra luck. Make someone’s day and share these Lucky and I Gnome It cookies to spread the luck!
Supplies needed for Lucky and I Gnome It cookies:
Steps to make shamrock cookie:
To begin, locate the center of the shamrock and pipe a dot. This will help you make the leaves evenly.
Pipe lines from the center dot to the middle of each of the leaves.
Now pipe the outside of the leaves and stems.
Fill every other section of the leaves with a flood consistency icing. Then set aside to dry for at least 15 minutes.
To finish, fill the remaining sections of the leave and stem.
Steps to make Lucky and I Gnome it plaque:
Start by outlining the plaque with a pipe consistency icing.
Next, fill the center with a flood consistency icing.
After the icing has set, pipe words. We used Celtic MD font for this.
May the luck of the Irish be with you!
Steps to make gnome cookie:
Each of these gnomes has their own personality when seen all in a row!
First, pipe the outline of the gnome hat. Second, pipe the outline of the gnome beard. Next, pipe the outline of the gnome body. Finish by outlining the boots. Flood the hat and body with green icing. Immediately pipe stripes on the body in black. After the icing has set, flood the beard with orange. Next, flood the boots and allow to set. Once icing on hat has set, pipe black line with a white dot on the hat. To add arms, pipe long teardrop shapes on the body. Fill the arms with green flood consistency icing. Pipe black stripes on arms. While icing is still wet, add a shamrock transfer. Pipe white line on top of boots and sprinkle with sanding sugar. Lastly, paint the white dot on the hat in gold.
Watch how we made the Lucky and I Gnome it set: