I have partnered with Paramount Pictures to tell you about Sherlock Gnomes, a fun, family-friendly movie in theaters on March 23rd.  You will love this movie which will be showing the value of teamwork, not taking others for granted and putting family first. I am excited to see these positive messages shared on the big screen.

Sherlock Gnomes Movie

They’re on a mission to bring every gnome home!

After a string of garden gnome disappearances in London, Gnomeo & Juliet look to legendary detective Sherlock Gnomes to solve the case of their missing friends and family. They stick together and show the value of teamwork. To celebrate we are making gnome cookies.

Sherlock Gnomes Cookies

How to make gnome cookies

Be sure to extend the messages of the movie by making these darling gnome cookies to keep kids thinking about the movie. They are so simple kids can do it! To start we used an ice cream cone cookie cutter. I know clever right?

Gnome Cookie Supplies

Supplies can be found at a local craft store or online at Sweet Baking Supply.

  • ice cream cone cookie cutter
  • your favorite cookie dough (I like this one)
  • royal icing in red, white, black and flesh colors
  • 4 pastry bags
  • 4 size 3 pastry tips

Gnome Cookies

  1. Turn ice cream cone cookie upside down
  2. With white frosting pipe the outline of the gnome beard.
  3. Fill the beard in with white frosting.
  4. Add ears and outline of the face with flesh colored frosting.
  5. Outline hat with red frosting and then fill in. A sharp tool or toothpick can smooth the frosting.
  6. Allow frosting to set 10 minutes.
  7. Fill in the face with flesh colored frosting.
  8. Allow frosting to set 10 minutes.
  9. With flesh colored frosting add a nose.
  10. Use black frosting to add two eyes.

gnome cookies step by step tutorial

 A sequel to 2011’s Gnomeo & Juliet, the film stars the voices of James McAvoy, Emily Blunt, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Mary J. Blige, and Johnny Depp. Check out the trailer. 

We will be at the theater on March 23rd and then be eating cookies!  Be sure to visit the Official Site, Like them on Facebook and Follow on Twitter and Instagram


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