Ninja cookie cutters are sort of ridiculously expensive for what they are (plastic outlines of ninjas), but can you really put a price on cookies shaped like ninjas? Yes, and it's $12.95 at World of Mirth.
I haven't been inside World of Mirth for years, and going there again reminded me why: I'm poor. Because I keep buying things like $13 ninja cookie cutters. Also, I had to use a calculator to figure out the price per ninja since I am only smart enough to figure out that it'd be somewhere between $3 and $10. Which is not very smart at all.
Anyway, this afternoon: ninjas! From another classic Simonsen recipe: tube of dough and lots of flour. Cover your hands in flour, spread some flour on the wax paper (once you have some), flour up the rolling pin, giggle inanely about the similarity between flouring up the rolling pin and other actions, and put some flour on your ball of cookie dough.
I know that Scorpion doesn't really have yellow eyes, but I don't have any white icing. Obviously I need to do something about this.
I'm using those tubes of cookie icing for the black. As promised, it dries quickly, and Kroger ended up giving me one tube for free (I went back in when I noticed one of them had rung up full price, and I wasn't going to make trouble when the woman at customer service did a refund and dropped the icing tube back in the bag). The details are writing icing, which also dries quickly. If you have to stack cookies, don't use writing gel because it stays tacky and only ends in tears.
Here's two of the cookies that went into my karate teacher's Christmas gift/bribe. There was some sort of epic battle in transit, so one of them ended up with no legs and the other one was somehow decapitated. But what really matters is that the bribe worked.