So this week I let my son decide on the theme of daddy's box. After a short debate, he settled on Spiderman. Since I've recently decided that each of my husband's themed packages must now contain a unique homemade cutout cookie, I Googled some Spiderman cookie ideas. I decided to attempt the ones I found on this site. They didn't come out nearly as professional as the ones I found, but I don't bake cookies for a living. So I'm still super proud. Here's the process. First, I made a template for the eyes and placed parchment paper (I was out of wax paper) over the template and used black royal icing to pipe over it. I filled in the black outline with white thin icing using the colorflow (or flooding) technique from here. I let that dry for about 4 or 5 hours. While waiting, I baked the cookies. Once cooled, I outlined them in royal icing and again used the colorflow technique to fill them in with red. Once dry, I piped a spider web. To finish the cookies, I carefully pulled the eyes away from the parchment paper and placed them onto the webbed cookies using royal icing as a glue to hold them in place. And there you have it! Spiderman cookies.