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springlakecake Says... 7 years ago

Thanks! After you flood the cookie, stipe the cookie with another color and run a toothpick up and down.

kneadacookie Says... 7 years ago

they photographed beautifully! i wish toba's would come out that nice and clean

wilsons74 Says... 7 years ago

They are beautiful, great work!

bakinccc Says... 7 years ago

If I didn't know someone else did these I'd think they were mine!! You did a beautiful job on these...you edges are perfect, your frosting is full and smooth, and love all the different color combos together...oh, and your photograph is gorgeous!! Great job!! :D :D :D

bakinccc Says... 7 years ago

Oh, I just had to look at them again! I've not done two colors on mine. I'm going to have to try that on tomorrow's orders!!

springlakecake Says... 7 years ago

Thanks! I am glad you posted yours for my inspiration!

SueW Says... 7 years ago

These are gorgeous! Into my favs :D

susieq76 Says... 7 years ago

How did you do that??? Gorgeous!

cake2decorate Says... 7 years ago

very pretty!

TheCakerator Says... 7 years ago

these look great, I just love how even your cookies are .. mine always tend to be high and low at certain points .. any hints??

springlakecake Says... 7 years ago

cakeerator: do you mean the thickness of the cookie? If so, I use the wooden dowel rods on the sides of my rolling pin to keep the dough even.


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