Sorry I put this off. But, here goes nothing!
Like most children, my daughter enjoys making 7 baking cookies, as well as arts & crafts, and she LOVES MY LITTLE PONIES!
These were intended to look like the "Friendship Is Magic" series styles.
If you would like to make your own, you will need the basic shape of the pony silhouette. I drew my own with a pencil, and cut it out with an X-ACTO knife.
You will need to make the tail separately, as well as wings. and if you want to ads more of a main, or an exaggerated main, you can do that AFTER you cut out your basic shape.
Then, you will need to roll out your Pony shapes ALSO with the X-ACTO knife, so be sure it's VERY CLEAN.
You can use any brand or gingerbread mix, or find any number of recipes online. Just go do a search engine search, like Google or Yahoo! and see what you can find.
My daughter made the "Apple Bloom" Pony, So, it out for you.
I like things to be done efficiently, with the least amount of work, and logically. I hate doing measurement projects that are willy-nilly, not thought out, not thought through, and waste materials, time, energy, and cause unnecessary frustrations...
This also give you more freedom + consistency to do more with your gingerbread ponies if you make a foundation structure of how you want to do it, instead of just jumping in without a clue, and hoping something happens... Only fools do such things... not I.
My Little Pony Gingerbread Cookies 004 by BlackUniGryphon on deviantART
My Little Pony Gingerbread Cookies 003 by BlackUniGryphon on deviantART
My Little Pony Gingerbread Cookies 002 by BlackUniGryphon on deviantART
My Little Pony Gingerbread Cookie 001 by BlackUniGryphon on deviantART
Fluttershy My Little Pony Gingerbread Cookie by BlackUniGryphon on deviantART
Gingerbread Cookie Ponies by BlackUniGryphon on deviantART
You can decorate your gingerbread however you like.
If you are doing this FOR CHILDREN you should do all the cutting yourself, and let them deccorate, and keep it simple.
If you are a serious artist, baker, or chef, you can look into many other techniques, and ingredients, if you care to spend larger amounts of cash.
As it is, I only spent a few dollars on this. The X-ACTO knive I've had since the 90s.