We have big news in our family. We are about to welcome a baby girl. What makes this time extra special is that she will be spoiled rotten by three older brothers and 8 cousins. While we cannot wait to meet her, to mark the occasion we created these Oh Baby! Shower Cookies. They will be a perfect way to welcome baby to the world. If you are hosting or attending a baby shower, try creating a set of personalized cookies. It’s a little extra effort that adds a personalized touch you will be proud to show off.

Supplies needed for Oh Baby! Shower Cookies
Two icing colors: pink and white. Onesie, baby bottle, plaques, and rattle cookies.

How to Make Oh Baby! Shower Cookies
Outline
Flood with icing

Add zigzag pattern on front and sleeves, add pink pearls and ruffle
Create ruffle belt, add pearls and a stripe on the sleeve
For this two-tone onesie, outline the sweater top with a scalloped shape, outline and flood the bottom half with pink icing and add polka dots in white. Allow the cookie to dry for 20 minutes before adding two strands of pearls and bead trim along the bottom and sleeves of sweater.
Baby Bottle
Draw outline of bottle and flood in white, then add the measure lines in pink. Using pink icing, draw and flood lid and nipple.
Using a small size rose tip with the thick side up draw zig zags up and down across the bottle lid for for the ruffle look
Baby rattle

Add two pink circles, top and bottom and add white polka dots. Draw a white rectangle for the handle.
Place dots around the outside of the large circle and add a ribbon.
Outline and flood plaque cookie, set aside to dry 20 minutes
Using a pico projector, add a tone on tone monogram to personalize the cookie
Take the larger plaque cookies and outline and flood. Set aside to dry for 20 minutes
Using the opposite color used to flood the cookie, add wording
Take a look at the video below to see how to make Oh Baby! Shower Cookies