Cupcake With Floral Topper | Sweet Prodigy
All buttercream vanilla cupcake with royal icing rose topper
Blue Tile | Sweet Prodigy
I saw some porcelain tile cookies online and just had to make my own version. This pattern is 90 x 90 (or 180 lines and 8100 dots). Original pattern source: Le Filet Ancien au Point de Reprise II http://www.antiquepatternlibrary.org/html/warm/C-TT008.htm
This is a cookie made with royal icing. I fell in love with the needlepoint pattern that I found online. I don't know where the original photo/artwork is from, but here is a link to the pattern interpretation: http://irisha-ira.gallery.ru/w...Sg#feature=topscroll
Easter In Bloom | Sweet Prodigy
I call this cookie 'Easter in Bloom' The piping around the outer portion is meant to represent petals that are just beginning to open to reveal the beautiful flower inside. " Who says flower cookies have to look exactly like flowers?
Tangled - Sweet Prodigy (Four Interwoven Triangles)
When I first created a royal icing "sketch" of this pattern, I immediately saw four interwoven triangles - a design that suits this pattern perfectly. I also love the three-dimensional detail that is created when the lines are layered upon each other.
The 'sweet Prodigy' Knot
This was one of the hardest things I've ever had to pipe. I love Celtic knots and have always wanted to recreate one with icing. (Technically, this is a series of hypotrochoids, not a Celtic knot.) The challenge with this was to make it look like each hypotrochoid was one continuous loop. In reality, each loop has numerous starts and stops, all of which start and end where a loop of another colour crosses over it. This was not too hard to accomplish at the outer portion. The challenge was the inner part where everything is compact and loops are three and four layers high. I first had to analyze on paper where starts and stops should occur. I then piped the pattern a couple of times before I got it right. It's not perfect but I did it and I can honestly say that once is good enough for me!
Blue Star | Sweet Prodigy
I saw some beautiful bowls online that were carved of wood and clay and wanted to create my own “carved” bowl because I really appreciate the architecture of it all. This is a sugar cookie piped with royal icing stringwork using a PME tip No. 1.
This is a royal icing piped on a sugar cookie using a PME tip No.1 It was created by piping the darkest color first and then piping each lighter colour on top of one another. I love how depth and dimension are created by layering the different shades of blue.
Christmas Platter | Sweet Prodigy
Christmas cookie platter - sugar cookies decorated with royal icing
Winter Blanket / Sweet Prodigy
This needlepoint sugar cookie is approximately 8 3/4" x 6" (22 x 15cm) or 97 x 65 rows (6305 dots) and took approximately 2 days to create (excluding drying times). All icing was piped with a PME tip No. 1.
Black And White
I love finding inspiration from everywhere. This pattern is from 'Large Book of Textile Designs' by Fanz Donat, Germany, 1895. These sugar cookies are 5 1/2" x 5 1/2" All lines and dots were piped with a PME piping tip no. 1.
Summer Garden | Sweet Prodigy
This is a 5" x 5" sugar cookie decorated with royal icing. I used a PME piping tip No. 1 for the grid and for the dots.
Canada 150 | Celebration Canada's 150Th Anniversary
This is a large sugar cookie decorated with royal icing. The logo was piped as a RI transfer. The piped colours are the same shade as the flood. I felt that the flooded icing looked a bit plain as is so I added lines in the same colour. I didn't want to make the piping lighter - or darker - as this would have given the appearance of stripes, which was not what I wanted. For me, the light reflecting off the piping adds just the right amount of contrast, and creates texture and depth while still allowing colour to be the dominant design feature. Logo used with permission.
Stars | Sweet Prodigy
These are sugar cookies decorated with royal icing stringwork. The colour is a combination of Wilton's kelly green and royal blue with a small amount of purple, which tones down the green to create a more soft, muted shade of teal.
Mother's Day Gift Set
These are sugar cookies decorated with Royal icing transfers hand-painted with Rolkem Super Silver.
Cookies For Mother's Day
These are cookies that I made a few months ago. They are made mainly with royal icing transfers added to sugar the sugar cookies. The bottom left cookie (with the lines) is the only cookie that has the icing piped directly onto the cookie, which was done entirely freehand. The “Mom” transfers have been painted with Rolkem silver.
Spring Lace | Sweet Prodigy
This is a large sugar cookie. The outer portion is hand-piped royal icing. The grid in the center is SugarVeil edible lace and the pansies are also hand-piped royal icing.
Valentine's Heart | Sweet Prodigy
This is a large sugar cookie with a needlepoint filigree heart pattern