Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Fondant Xmas tree decorations, step by step

And the twinkle gif version, courtesy of Google (thank you!!)

These cute Xmas trees are made out of green fondant, I had a pack but I don't really use it (i.e. eat it) so I thought of making little Xmas tree decorations.

Roll the fondant, use corn flour so it doesn't stick to the table and rolling pin.

Cut using cookie cutters.

Make a hole for the ribbon/string (so that you can attach it to your tree). I made the holes using a small pastry nozzle. 

Decorate as you like. Tomorrow I will show you some more fondant decorations (white and red), my tree is looking very sweet this year!

Although this is not a recipe but an idea, it is sweet, so I am entering it in Sweet New Zealand, the monthly blogging event for Kiwi bloggers. Our December 2013 host is Alice in Bakingland, click here to enter. 

Flowers from my garden

Photos and recipes by Alessandra Zecchini ©


  1. You're simply amazing! I love your little X'mas trees! I'm not sure if I can do such detailed and neat job. Love seeing your artsy work, Alessandra!

  2. Lovely, lovely...decorating your tree with sweets. And these look amazing and elegant :) ela

  3. What a cute idea, Alessandra! I always have heaps of fondant left over from cakes and I never know what to do with it!

  4. Now you know, and I just published another idea :-)

  5. these look sooo beauty Alessandra, I love these for Christmas tree!!

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