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Mr. and Mrs. Claus

Mr. and Mrs. Claus
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Ok, so I see you were able to finally log into the site. Great!

 

However, a friendly posting reminder: Please don't forget to put your photos in clips sets IN ADDITION TO assigning them tags. All photos need both. (This is the only way to ensure that your photos will be found by people and search engines later.) I put this photo in clip sets for you as an example only - please fully classify in the future. For all the important reasons for fully classifying your photos and how to, please read this post: http://cookieconnection.juliau...READ-BEFORE-YOU-POST

 

I just want your lovely cookies to be found. Plus, it saves me and moderators a lot of time when people fully classify their own images! Thanks so much!

You also need to give your images descriptive titles (something other than the long string of numbers from your camera) for reasons described in the above link. Thanks again! (I changed this one for you too, so feel free to edit it.)

Lastly, how was the color added on this cookie - with food coloring paint, dusted with dry powders, or in the icing itself? It seems like it may have been added in a few different ways, but I am asking so that we can clarify the techniques used in your clip sets. Thanks.

Originally Posted by Yesica Sanchez:
Todo lo hice en royal icing blanco y agregue color con avuarela, y al finalizar matize con dust powder...

Rough Google translation:

Everything I did in royal icing and add color with white avuarela, and at the end tint with dust powder ...

she means water color
 
Originally Posted by Julia M. Usher:

Thanks - though I don't know what avuarela means, and the translator was no help. At any rate, please in the future be sure to add clip sets that characterize (explain) both the techniques used and the occasion for the cookies.

 

Originally Posted by yesbakery !:
she means water color
 
Originally Posted by Julia M. Usher:

Thanks - though I don't know what avuarela means, and the translator was no help. At any rate, please in the future be sure to add clip sets that characterize (explain) both the techniques used and the occasion for the cookies.

 

Thanks!

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