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I replicated a collage of artist Lala Pasquinelli from "Mujeres que no fueron tapa" with her authorization to cookiefy her art piece which has been selected by her between her art productions so i could be able to cookiefy.

1) you can see i have cut the waffer paper in to  tiny  triangles so as to continue the lines of the original work.

Previously i dipped cookies: isn't that base just lovely?

Dipped cookies!

2) i have used waffle paper (made of rice) which has already had a picture of Minnie Mouse on it and cut the red, white and black areas to be used for the collage.

Note on a side: Cutting  this famous licensed image waffer was really a personal way that helped me out in being conscious of trying to avoid cookiefying licensed characters i have been loving so much before. Actually i am trying to find another impronta for my cookie productions and finding a better place for my creativity so as to avoid problems with not authorized characters. Just wanted to express this Lol The emotional Me here Lol Cutting waffer paper from a minnie mouse picture

3) With a toothpick i sticked every single triangle and shape i had cut for these three colours. Oh! Yes i sticked them in my RI.20170323_131510

The original collage is this one: Screenshot_20170330-225956

And this is one of my final cookiefied versions: 20170324_101725

I have just freezed them as Lala won't be able to gather with her cokies still, she is with lots of work these days.

Anyway, i thing there are some modifications i should do as the edge in the cookie, perhaps should do some dots there or a line. And something i should do to define the face of this lady.

Hope you enjoy it as much as i did. Honestly i was a full day decorating them i had a long dedicated and detailed work on them.

Thanks for readig, got long as i got making them LOL



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Congratulations on being the first person to enter the latest challenge, Sil!  This is a wonderful way to kick it off!  And many thanks for your thorough (and very entertaining!) description of your process. Well done!