thanks! I use tip #2 for my writing usually. Same icing consistency as is used to flood.
Your cookies are beautiful, and the writing is perfect! Could you tell me which tip you used for the writing?
I so wish I lived close to Canada boarder. I would drive in for your cakes/cookies. I'm still looking for rose water to try your lemon rose cookies. I can taste them thinking about them
are there any East Indian or Sri Lankan stores near you, Stylishbite? Rose water is so common in those cuisines. It's literally about $2 for a big bottle that would last you a year!
These look awesome!
I just love your cookies!!! How to you keep the outline so perfectly round?
Wow, the green is a really nice color. Love your cookies!
hmmm...good question. As I pipe outlines, I just eye the space outside the line to keep it even. This one was about 1/4" all the way around. Just easier than trying to make a "perfect" circle. That, and never ever let your piping tip touch the cookie while you outline. The string of royal icing is way easier to control up in the air. If you are about to make a mistake, you can move the tip before the icing hits the cookie and sticks.
Wow, They look Great, they are perfect!!!
Your icing looks so neat!!! So does your writting.That 's why your cookies are so famous or should I say you?
helen, your writing, as always, is perfect! How big are these cookies?
these cookies are about 4" Thanks everyone!
What PERFECT writing!! Awesome!!
Beautiful cookie, simple and elegant!
Beautiful as always Helen! I love that color green also!!
same icing you use to flood, really, how do you keep it not from spreading? and the outline is the same consistancy as the flooding? oh, cookies are fantastic...and the moss green really is great!
just follow the tutorial i made on this site. It is exactly how i do my cookies each and every time.
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