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ntertayneme Says... 9 years ago

Wow 8O I wouldn't think doing that many freehand would be easy!! lol Great job!

antonia74 Says... 9 years ago

it was an order for 100. It actually took only 30 minutes to do the black on them all. I hope someone orders these for a wedding, now I'm all practiced and ready to go!!

missjane Says... 9 years ago

heh.. Antonia, I KNEW these where your cookies.. gorgeous as usual:)

antonia74 Says... 9 years ago

I wanted to tell everyone that I used my new Americolor dye for these. WHAT a miracle! It took about 1/2 the amount of food colouring I usually have to mix in!! Thanks to someone for their advice in the forum last month!!!

cakemommy Says... 9 years ago

What is the icing? It looks like dark/white choc!

Saborita Says... 9 years ago

What can I say....simply adorables¡¡¡¡hermosas¡¡¡¡ congratulations ;-D

CIndymm4 Says... 9 years ago

So cute!!! You really do amazing work, if I ever get half as good as you, I'll be happy! :)

antonia74 Says... 9 years ago

Wow...you guys are so inspiring! Thanks!! The icing is royal icing.

cakemommy Says... 9 years ago

The white royal for the heart is so perfect! You make me ill! Not really! I absolutely enjoy looking at your work. It is so inspiring to ME!!!!

antonia74 Says... 9 years ago

The secret to making it look pro is to use a bit thicker royal icing...like pancake batter consistency...and you don't need to do the outline/fill thing anymore. (It's impossible if the cookie is a really complicated shape...but hearts, circles, cakes, etc. work well.) Just outline and fill in one quick motion. Try it...it takes practice, but WELL worth the time you'll save!!!

cupcakes Says... 9 years ago

I love your cookies!

sgirvan Says... 9 years ago

I too knew these were yours as soon as I saw them, awesome job, your cookies are an inspiration

cakemommy Says... 9 years ago

Thank you for the tip!

kakes_by_kim Says... 9 years ago

Yes, the Americolor dye is great isn't it! And you did a great job on these!!

Luby Says... 8 years ago

Did you cover the entire cookie in white, let that dry and then come back with the black on top of the white?

ShirleyW Says... 8 years ago

Oh, those are so elegant. I love them!

cathyfowler662 Says... 7 years ago

Great Job! Love these!

LittleLinda Says... 7 years ago

These are very cute indeed!

ntertayneme Says... 9 years ago

Wow 8O I wouldn't think doing that many freehand would be easy!! lol Great job!

antonia74 Says... 9 years ago

it was an order for 100. It actually took only 30 minutes to do the black on them all. I hope someone orders these for a wedding, now I'm all practiced and ready to go!!

missjane Says... 9 years ago

heh.. Antonia, I KNEW these where your cookies.. gorgeous as usual:)

antonia74 Says... 9 years ago

I wanted to tell everyone that I used my new Americolor dye for these. WHAT a miracle! It took about 1/2 the amount of food colouring I usually have to mix in!! Thanks to someone for their advice in the forum last month!!!

cakemommy Says... 9 years ago

What is the icing? It looks like dark/white choc!

Saborita Says... 9 years ago

What can I say....simply adorables¡¡¡¡hermosas¡¡¡¡ congratulations ;-D

CIndymm4 Says... 9 years ago

So cute!!! You really do amazing work, if I ever get half as good as you, I'll be happy! :)

antonia74 Says... 9 years ago

Wow...you guys are so inspiring! Thanks!! The icing is royal icing.

cakemommy Says... 9 years ago

The white royal for the heart is so perfect! You make me ill! Not really! I absolutely enjoy looking at your work. It is so inspiring to ME!!!!

antonia74 Says... 9 years ago

The secret to making it look pro is to use a bit thicker royal icing...like pancake batter consistency...and you don't need to do the outline/fill thing anymore. (It's impossible if the cookie is a really complicated shape...but hearts, circles, cakes, etc. work well.) Just outline and fill in one quick motion. Try it...it takes practice, but WELL worth the time you'll save!!!

cupcakes Says... 9 years ago

I love your cookies!

sgirvan Says... 9 years ago

I too knew these were yours as soon as I saw them, awesome job, your cookies are an inspiration

cakemommy Says... 9 years ago

Thank you for the tip!

kakes_by_kim Says... 9 years ago

Yes, the Americolor dye is great isn't it! And you did a great job on these!!

bliss_sugar Says... 7 years ago

Lovely!

Luby Says... 8 years ago

Did you cover the entire cookie in white, let that dry and then come back with the black on top of the white?

ShirleyW Says... 8 years ago

Oh, those are so elegant. I love them!

cathyfowler662 Says... 7 years ago

Great Job! Love these!

LittleLinda Says... 7 years ago

These are very cute indeed!

bliss_sugar Says... 7 years ago

Lovely!

mommarivera Says... 7 years ago

nice job!!

Galxcbaby Says... 7 years ago

That's got to be the same cookie photo-shopped next to itself--just kidding. They're perfect, and look yummy too!

Galxcbaby Says... 7 years ago

That's got to be the same cookie photo-shopped next to itself--just kidding. They're perfect, and look yummy too!

Galxcbaby Says... 7 years ago

That's got to be the same cookie photo-shopped next to itself--just kidding. They're perfect, and look yummy too!

Galxcbaby Says... 7 years ago

sorry for the triple tech diff's

michellesArt Says... 7 years ago

oh i've been looking for tuxedos but they're all black with whtie vests (black if hard to do as you know) how long do you let the white base dry before doing the black-i hate it when it bleeds


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