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Practice Bakes Perfect Challenge #21

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Miss Prudence posted:
Sweet Prodigy posted:

The techniques that I used were SugarVeil edible sugar lace and hand-piped lace.

Sweet Prodigy, these are beautiful! Which tip do you use for the petals, they're gorgeous ��

Thank you! I used a Wilton 104 tip for the large, yellow flower and a 101 tip for the pansies. 

Ryoko ~Cookie Ave. posted:

I have been waiting for your entry.  I love this.  Extraordinarily beautiful.  

Thank you, Ryoko. I have been so busy lately with home renovations (my other "happy place") and with life in general, but I was determined to get this in on time. 

Sweet Prodigy posted:
Miss Prudence posted:
Sweet Prodigy posted:

The techniques that I used were SugarVeil edible sugar lace and hand-piped lace.

Sweet Prodigy, these are beautiful! Which tip do you use for the petals, they're gorgeous ��

Thank you! I used a Wilton 104 tip for the large, yellow flower and a 101 tip for the pansies. 

Thanks so much! They are so pretty! ��

Cookies Fantastique by Carol posted:

Oh Christine,  this is gorgeous,  stunning and so creative.  I absolutely love everything!  Your attention to detail is flawless like all your designs ��. ♡♡♡

Thank you, Carol. I had tried creating lace a few times with not much success, but now that I'm getting the hang of it, I really like it!

Sweet Prodigy posted:
Cookies Fantastique by Carol posted:

Oh Christine,  this is gorgeous,  stunning and so creative.  I absolutely love everything!  Your attention to detail is flawless like all your designs ��. ♡♡♡

Thank you, Carol. I had tried creating lace a few times with not much success, but now that I'm getting the hang of it, I really like it!

Looks to me like you've pretty much mastered this technique! Gorgeous work ♥♥

Manu posted:

A beautiful work Christine, I was really looking forward to your entry! I am glad you made it

Thank you,  Manu. This is a bit different from all of the lines that I do, but I'm really glad that I did this as I have always loved the different lace techniques. 

Oh, this is just swoon-worthy.  I love the subtle way you used the edible lace, and your hand-piped lace is exquisite, as is your choice of color her.  A wonderful addition to the challenge!  I am so glad you had time to participate in this one.  

Bakerloo Station posted:

Oh, this is just swoon-worthy.  I love the subtle way you used the edible lace, and your hand-piped lace is exquisite, as is your choice of color her.  A wonderful addition to the challenge!  I am so glad you had time to participate in this one.  

Thank you, Christine. I was originally going to pipe dots in the edible lace grid but felt that it would compete too much with the flowers. I think this way the grid is very much noticeable, but in a way that compliments the flowers. I wanted to create a piece where each element stood out on its own but also worked harmoniously with the other elements to form one beautiful piece. Hopefully, I achieved that. 

Sweet Prodigy posted:
Bakerloo Station posted:

Oh, this is just swoon-worthy.  I love the subtle way you used the edible lace, and your hand-piped lace is exquisite, as is your choice of color her.  A wonderful addition to the challenge!  I am so glad you had time to participate in this one.  

Thank you, Christine. I was originally going to pipe dots in the edible lace grid but felt that it would compete too much with the flowers. I think this way the grid is very much noticeable, but in a way that compliments the flowers. I wanted to create a piece where each element stood out on its own but also worked harmoniously with the other elements to form one beautiful piece. Hopefully, I achieved that. 

I absolutely agree with Christine. 

You more than achieved your goal, you aced it. 

Pip

pip posted:
Sweet Prodigy posted:
Bakerloo Station posted:

Oh, this is just swoon-worthy.  I love the subtle way you used the edible lace, and your hand-piped lace is exquisite, as is your choice of color her.  A wonderful addition to the challenge!  I am so glad you had time to participate in this one.  

Thank you, Christine. I was originally going to pipe dots in the edible lace grid but felt that it would compete too much with the flowers. I think this way the grid is very much noticeable, but in a way that compliments the flowers. I wanted to create a piece where each element stood out on its own but also worked harmoniously with the other elements to form one beautiful piece. Hopefully, I achieved that. 

I absolutely agree with Christine. 

You more than achieved your goal, you aced it. 

Pip

Thank you, Pip!

Asmita posted:

Do you have a tutorial? Those flowers are beautiful!

 

Thank you! I do not have a tutorial, but I can tell you that I used a Wilton #101 tip and piped the same way that an apple blossom flower is piped. I used a relatively stiff icing - much stiffer than what is seen in most tutorials. I piped the purple petals first, allowed them to dry and then piped the yellow petals. I looked at images of real pansies for reference on where to place the petals.

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