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Practice Bakes Perfect Challenge #10

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I don't speak Spanish really, but I think you asked if these were hard to make.  I didn't think so! There were a lot of steps, but nothing was very difficult. But I've done a lot of cut paper art before too.
 
Originally Posted by La abuelita de las galletas:

Es precioso !!!! y las crasas perfectas hijo, lo sé Porque es mi planta Preferida. Han sido dificiles de hacer?

 

Beautiful, Rebecca ... and, as always, something completely new and different from you!  I love the work on the wafer paper flowers.  Looking forward to some insights on that .. I'm about to embark on using them on some cookies I'm doing (something much less ambitious, but a LOT of them -- wedding cookies!)

Iniciado por RebeccArchitect:
Yo no hablo español muy, pero creo que se le preguntará si éstas eran difíciles de hacer. Yo no lo creo! Había un montón de pasos, pero nada era muy difícil. Pero he hecho un montón de arte de papel cortado antes también.
 
Iniciado por La abuelita de las Galletas:

Es precioso !!!! y las crasas perfectas hijo, lo sé Porque es mi planta Preferida. Han Sido dificiles de Hacer?

 

Thank you, you understood perfectly my question, now is my turn to say that my english is not very good. Really, really i love this cookies and i think your succulents are totally perfects. Bravo!!!

Barb- I used a regular paper tutorial for the basic succulents. And there were tons of other flowers- look for cricut patterns.  And...if you have a cricut or similar machine, mass producing these would be relatively straightforward. They went together very easily, and I just cut them out with an exacto from the pattern.  Kari has a wafer paper tutorial here that I referenced for coloring the paper, but I learned some things too- I might have time next week for a blog post.
 
Originally Posted by BAKRGAL:

Beautiful, Rebecca ... and, as always, something completely new and different from you!  I love the work on the wafer paper flowers.  Looking forward to some insights on that .. I'm about to embark on using them on some cookies I'm doing (something much less ambitious, but a LOT of them -- wedding cookies!)

 

I wasnt sure it would qualify when I started out, but it worked out so that was cool!
 
Originally Posted by Fernwood Cookie:

Upon seeing your posts earlier on other social networks, I wondered if this was an "array" entry! Beautiful. 

 

Beautiful mix of piped and wafer paper succulents! Wafer paper can often look like an add-on, but yours is a perfect blend. Love the background texture, stepping stones, and the delicate look! Excellent cookies!

I been been rather off the grid this week, and did not realize this was an entry until I saw the "naked" puzzle pieces in Instagram yesterday!  To say you pushed the envelope with this entry is not an understatement.  And now I really feel like I need to give wafer paper a go!    

Originally Posted by Bakerloo Station:

BTW, is there a chance you could post a picture of the naked cookie puzzle, so people can see all of the different pieces and how perfectly they fit together?

Christine- I can post the pic tomorrow- but the centerpiece was actually one cookie scored in to the shapes with cutters. I was going to cut it all out, but that seemed unnecessarily difficult.  In the end it broke in two... it's confusing.

Originally Posted by Blue-EyedBakery:

I'd love to know how you made the succulents. They are beautiful.

Thank you! I made them from waferpaper using tips from Yankee Girl Yummies tutorial on CC, and a cricut pattern I found online.  I shaded them with petal dust and food writers.

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