First you make your cookie dough (packaged or homemade will work)
Next you divide the dough into 4 separate bowls and add your coloring (Brown, Green, Gray, and leave the last bowl alone for the tan.) You can use basic food coloring if you'd like. However, I prefer Wilton's coloring because it tastes better and the colors are more accurate.
Unfortunately, I wasn't paying attention and picked up a butter mixture sugar cookie pack, which resulted in a sticky dough that was too hard to work with. If you made this same mistake, just refrigerate the dough for about an hour before continuing on to the next step.
Now you want to take a little bit from each bowl and mix it together in your hand to form a ball. I burned my thumb on the oven and it was in killer pain, so I opted to use my cookie scoop instead. Luckily, this was a much cleaner method anyhow. I just scooped a little out of each bowl and dropped the balls onto the cookie sheet.
Bake at the time indicated on the cookie package or in your recipe...and viola!
Since I intend on mailing these to my hubby...I decided to stack them in a jar and use the last of my camo material to cover the jar and make it pretty. I also hired a team of soldiers to guard these cookies until there safe arrival in Afghanistan.