Correspondent at CookieCon 2017 - Input Needed!

Can't wait to see your posts from CookieCon. I would love to have some technique and educational questions asked and answered - i.e., questions from which everyone reading here can learn.

For instance, you might ask: What was the most interesting or helpful thing (i.e., technique tip) that you learned today, and from whom did you learn it? Accompanying pictures might include a picture of someone actually doing/showing this tip. Also, questions like the following would also interest me:

(1) What was your biggest a-ha moment today?

(2) Did you discover any new cookie techniques or tools today? If so, what were they and how do they work?

Thanks!

Julia M. Usher posted:

Can't wait to see your posts from CookieCon. I would love to have some technique and educational questions asked and answered - i.e., questions from which everyone reading here can learn.

For instance, you might ask: What was the most interesting or helpful thing (i.e., technique tip) that you learned today, and from whom did you learn it? Accompanying pictures might include a picture of someone actually doing/showing this tip. Also, questions like the following would also interest me:

(1) What was your biggest a-ha moment today?

(2) Did you discover any new cookie techniques or tools today? If so, what were they and how do they work?

Thanks!

Good questions.  Thanks!

Econlady posted:
Anne Marie Adams posted:

I'd like to ask them what have you seen and learned that you just can't wait to go home and try it out. Also it would have been so nice to have met you. You know you're one of my favorites just count me as a fan

Are you going to Cookiecon?(A.MA.)  I would love to but it's a two-day drive for me from Toronto. But next year I might really think about it. We don't have cookie cons in Toronto. It sounds so much fun. I would have loved to have met you. You know you're one of my favorite cookie artists. Just count me as one of your big fans

Anne Marie Adams posted:
Econlady posted:
Anne Marie Adams posted:

I'd like to ask them what have you seen and learned that you just can't wait to go home and try it out. Also it would have been so nice to have met you. You know you're one of my favorites just count me as a fan

Are you going to Cookiecon?(A.MA.)  I would love to but it's a two-day drive for me from Toronto. But next year I might really think about it. We don't have cookie cons in Toronto. It sounds so much fun. I would have loved to have met you. You know you're one of my favorite cookie artists. Just count me as one of your big fans

This will be my fourth Cookiecon and I wouldn't care how long the drive I would definitely go to Cookiecon.  It's always great fun!  I'm looking forward to being a correspondent.  I've already arranged for an interview with a woman I'm looking forward to meeting.  

Thank you for complement on cookies.   I hurt my shoulder, so I mostly decorate for myself.

Big Cookie Dream posted:

I agree with Julia. This will be my first CookieCon. I imagine there's going to be so much info to learn that I won't catch everything. So hearing others' take aways may point out something I missed. Thanks for doing this.

Thanks for your input!

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