2” Wood Dome, E6000 Epoxy Adhesive, 3” glass Candle holder, 8” Glass plates, Fine grit sandpaper, 1” Flat brush
- Basecoat the candleholder and the glass plate with Seaside Villa chalk paint. Allow the paint to dry completely between coats. When the glass pieces are completely painted and dry, sand the edges to give it a distress look.
- Apply the epoxy adhesive to top of the candleholder and attach the plate. Allow the glue to cure.
- Use the fine tip to the Vanilla White collage clay and pipe a small amount around the outside edge of the wood dome. With a dry paint brush or stencil brush, dab the collage clay to create the cookie edge. Allow the collage clay to dry completely
- Use two wood domes per cookie. Basecoat the wood domes using the color list provided.
- For the dark chocolate cookie filling, mix Van Dyke Brown with the Vanilla White collage clay. For the milk chocolate filling, mix a small amount of Van Dyke Brown to the Vanilla White collage clay.
- Using the photo as reference, apply a generous amount of collage clay to one of the cookie pieces. Gently squeeze the other wood cookie to the collage clay to create a macaroon.
- Once the macaroons are dry display on the cookie stand.