December 14, 2014

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Cookie decorating with Walkers Shortbread #ThinkChristmas

What’s more festive than decorating cookies during the cold winter months? Minimize the kitchen stress and mess (and potential for burnt cookies) by decorating Walkers Shortbread Festive Shapes (from Santa Claus to Christmas Bells, and more). The homemade-in-Scotland cookies will make cookie-decorating with the family delicious and stress-free!

Decorating Walkers Shortbread is a great option for the kids (or anyone) when you may not have enough time to bake cookies, but still want to engage in a fun and festive activity. It’s as easy as paint by numbers: the festive shapes’ imprints will guide your decorating, allowing you and the little ones to easily create an edible masterpiece.   This weekend we had a group of kids over to watch holiday movies, do crafts and of course decorate cookies.   Walker Shortbread cookies were a hit and perfect to decorate even for the littlest hands.

Walkers Shortbread Festive Shapes contains 3 Bells, 3 Stars, 3 Trees, 3 Santa Claus.  These make for a great cookie decorating activity during a family gathering, classroom project or play date. With decorative frosting, gel and cookie decorations, you can have a great time decorating cookies without baking.

So if you are looking for a fun project to do with your kids, school class, etc. then pick up a box of Walkers Shortbread and let the kids have at it.  You will have cookies the kids love, they will have a blast decorating them and you will not have slaved in the kitchen for hours baking!

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