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Darra Says... 9 years ago

adorable :) how do you make the silver frosting? is it just royal icing mixed with a little black gel color and luster dust?

cakemommy Says... 10 years ago

beautiful

ntertayneme Says... 10 years ago

How pretty!! I really like these :)

momoftwogirls Says... 10 years ago

those look really good to eat!!

mvucic Says... 10 years ago

Your cookies are amazing! Do you outline, then fill in? Your edges are seamless!

antonia74 Says... 10 years ago

no, I don't anymore. It took too long to do two steps. If you get the icing to the right thickness (pancake batter?) then you can do it all in one movement. I'll be writing a How-to Cookies article this month and I will demonstrate with photos.

jlm80249 Says... 10 years ago

I just love looking at your cookies! Do you mix luster dust in your frosting for the silver effect? Thanks!

antonia74 Says... 9 years ago

I piped on the bow in white royal icing and let it dry overnight. In the morning, I brushed on the luster dust mixed with a few drops of vodka to form a paste.

beany Says... 9 years ago

I love these cookies. So pretty. Nothing like this is available in Oz.....*sigh*

Michele25 Says... 9 years ago

Gorgeous as always, Helen! Could you please tell me how you made those tiny flowers? Thanks so much!

antonia74 Says... 8 years ago

tiny green wilton cutter

cheflish Says... 8 years ago

As always - great!!! You have so much fun with your baking and you are SO talented!!!

millicente Says... 8 years ago

beautiful....as usually........like everything you do

cakesonoccasion Says... 8 years ago

really pretty!!

mvucic Says... 10 years ago

Your cookies are amazing! Do you outline, then fill in? Your edges are seamless!

antonia74 Says... 10 years ago

no, I don't anymore. It took too long to do two steps. If you get the icing to the right thickness (pancake batter?) then you can do it all in one movement. I'll be writing a How-to Cookies article this month and I will demonstrate with photos.

cakemommy Says... 10 years ago

beautiful

ntertayneme Says... 10 years ago

How pretty!! I really like these :)

momoftwogirls Says... 10 years ago

those look really good to eat!!

Darra Says... 9 years ago

adorable :) how do you make the silver frosting? is it just royal icing mixed with a little black gel color and luster dust?

jlm80249 Says... 10 years ago

I just love looking at your cookies! Do you mix luster dust in your frosting for the silver effect? Thanks!

antonia74 Says... 9 years ago

I piped on the bow in white royal icing and let it dry overnight. In the morning, I brushed on the luster dust mixed with a few drops of vodka to form a paste.

beany Says... 9 years ago

I love these cookies. So pretty. Nothing like this is available in Oz.....*sigh*

Michele25 Says... 9 years ago

Gorgeous as always, Helen! Could you please tell me how you made those tiny flowers? Thanks so much!

antonia74 Says... 8 years ago

tiny green wilton cutter

cheflish Says... 8 years ago

As always - great!!! You have so much fun with your baking and you are SO talented!!!

millicente Says... 8 years ago

beautiful....as usually........like everything you do

cakesonoccasion Says... 8 years ago

really pretty!!

smab109 Says... 7 years ago

So dainty and perfect!

sandymar Says... 7 years ago

adorable


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