Yay! The cookie acticle is posted and is FANTASTIC! Thank you so much for taking the time and effort to put together this guide, I for one hope to be as good as you one day, and this tutorial will certainly help!
Double YAY!!! Just in time too.. I have been approached by my realtor about bouquets for when her clients close! Thank you SO Much!!!!
I third that motion!!!!! Thanks so much!!!!
Thanks so much Antonia.. your article is fabulous.. You went above and beyond what I had expected.. I know how busy you are with your business so this was so kind of you to take the time to write this article for us all.. Thanks again.. Your cookies are what inspired me to try my hand at decorating cookies.. I remember seeing an ad in Canadian Living of some of your cookies and I was sooooooo impressed.. Thanks again..
YEA!! THANK YOU SOOOOOO MUCH!!!!!!!!!!
Thank you so much for taking the time to do the cookie decorating article.
You are the best Antonia! Thanks so very much!!!
Antonia74, fantastic piece! You put a lot of work into that one!
Of course Jackie deserves a HUGE thank-you as well for putting it together and posting it for us. Thanks Jackie, yet another reason why we love you all the more!
Ooh! I'm so excited!!! Thank you soooo much!!
GREAT ARTICLE!! It is so clear & easy to understand.... I am sure this article is going to inspire "cookie confidance" in many many cakecentral members! Very well done... thanks!!
Antonia, thanks so much for this article! It's fabulous!
Thank you, Thank you, Thank you. What a fantastic article. This is what I love about this website. All this knowledge that people are willing to share. Trial and error are the best teachers and if someone is willing to share what they have learned from their trial and errors, what a treasure.
Thank you again.
I can't wait to try this...hopefully, I won't mess up.
Antonia... it's great! Thanks so much. Just wondering when you don't outline with the thicker icing how do you do the cookie? Do you outline with the thin and not let it dry, then fill in or just start from one side and go to the other? Just wondering how you go about doing it.
Your tutorial is very well done, very well explained. It is always nice to see someone take time out of their busy schedule and share with others, the tricks and lessons they have learned.
Thank you everyone! Enjoy it!!
And a speial thank you to Jackie who had to make sense of all my crazy photos & emails!!
Peacockplace, I just emailed Jackie because there was a paragraph explaining my "no outline" technique. I think it was edited out by accident...we'll see!
Oh no...it's there! By the 3rd to last photo...it starts by talking about the #4 tip.
What I do is skip the outline, go right to the thinned icing. I pipe the cookie like a cinnamon bun spiral...start at the outside, outline and then continue around and around slowly in one big motion filing in...then do my "lottery ticket" shake to settle all the lines!
I have been waiting for your tutorial...thanks, thanks!!! You are such an inspiration and wow, what talent you have, such beautiful cakes/cookies!!! I am so happy that you post here and share your expertise with us! Thanks again!
I'm so happy to have found CC. Where else can you learn from hundreds and hundreds of other people who KNOW what works and what doesn't??
I've been amazed at all the talent on this site and I'm learning something new every single time I log on!
Just reiterating what everyone else has said. Thank you Antonia74! You've made our lives much easier now.