Below are some pics of the stencil making process (click on pics to enlarge): Left- burning the stencil design, i used the knife to pop out the pieces. Center- here you can see the design and the stencil lifted. Right- finished stencil, ready for icing!
After my stencil was finished i baked up some dark chocolate sugar cookes that i had cut into 4.5" rounds. I made some white royal icing and tinted half of it black. I also had some fine white and black sanding sugar to flock my cookies and give a little sparkle. On some of the cookies i piped on a circle of white icing and let dry. I placed the stencil on top of the white icing and smoothed the black icing over the stencil. Then i carefully pulled it straight up and off the cookie and quickly poured black sanding sugar over the icing and let dry. When it was completely dry, i brushed off all the extra sugar and got the design you see above. For the white chandelier i left the cookie plain, smoothed white icing over the stencil and flocked with the white sanding sugar.
Here are the finished cookies below. I wrapped 2 cookies back-to-back with a square of magenta glassine between: