I started by putting the center on them. I printed a template I found online in the appropriate size and cut out the center section. I then traced that onto the cookie with a food color marker. Then outlined and flooded that section. Then I outlined and filled the neck and then the rest of the body. After everything had dried, I took the food color marker again and drew in all of the black details just doing a mental sort of gauge as to where everything should be. Let those dry and then came the scary part - putting on the six strings. I used my new 00 Ateco tip with piping consistency icing for those and was in pure amazement that they came out the way they did. At first draft of the green one, which was my test cookie, I didn't have the whammy bar on it, but decided that adding that just gave them that little extra something they needed. These were pretty scary to me to tackle, but I approached it methodically over a series of hours - would work on them a bit, do something else and then come back to them - and am still alive to tell about it! I laughed at my sister's facebook comment about them. She said, "Ok, now you are just showing out!"
Thanks to Ellie's Bites Decorated Cookies for the tutorial on doing these. Not sure I could have done these without it!
I couldn't resist doing this with the pink ones before I delivered them! I had to dig out my Barbie stuff from storage just for this shot!!! (Barbie - don't ask. I have a small but cool collection of cool characters portrayed by Barbie - Bewitched Barbie, I Dream of Jeannie Barbie, Wonder Woman Barbie and Super Girl Barbie)