3-D Mexican Vintage Vitrine
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used following template  to create butter cookie mexican vintage vitrine,also gelatine sheets used like a glass windows on the doors,cinnamon pieces as handles and on tha back of vitrine wafer paper small sheets as decor

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I really love this entry! I love the subject matter, and your execution and creativity are really the thing on display here (pun intended). I think that distressed turquoise color was an excellent choice, and I think you used all of your edible papers and gelatin sheets to great effect. I would really love to see a couple of picture of the sides of the vitrine so we can see how it was constructed. I would also love to know how you got the diamond pattern in the "glass." Great job!

Bakerloo Station posted:

I really love this entry! I love the subject matter, and your execution and creativity are really the thing on display here (pun intended). I think that distressed turquoise color was an excellent choice, and I think you used all of your edible papers and gelatin sheets to great effect. I would really love to see a couple of picture of the sides of the vitrine so we can see how it was constructed. I would also love to know how you got the diamond pattern in the "glass." Great job!

Dear Christine, unfortunately I didn't make photos before I mean as pieces,but Ideconstract it and I'll do it❤️ Probably I disappoint you about diamond pattern on glass,becouse gelatine sheets were already like that and I thought it's great effect so I used it

Petra Florean posted:
Bakerloo Station posted:

I really love this entry! I love the subject matter, and your execution and creativity are really the thing on display here (pun intended). I think that distressed turquoise color was an excellent choice, and I think you used all of your edible papers and gelatin sheets to great effect. I would really love to see a couple of picture of the sides of the vitrine so we can see how it was constructed. I would also love to know how you got the diamond pattern in the "glass." Great job!

Dear Christine, unfortunately I didn't make photos before I mean as pieces,but Ideconstract it and I'll do it❤️ Probably I disappoint you about diamond pattern on glass,becouse gelatine sheets were already like that and I thought it's great effect so I used it

I did it,so here are the separately pieces❤️

Petra Florean posted:

As I promise,I tried very carefully to "destroyed" my mexican vitrine and I didi it becouse to make photo of separate pieces of this furniture

Wow! I didn't mean for you to dissemble your cookie art! But wow, it is so impressive to see how many pieces went into making this. I hope you were able to reassemble after taking this picture!

Bakerloo Station posted:
Petra Florean posted:

As I promise,I tried very carefully to "destroyed" my mexican vitrine and I didi it becouse to make photo of separate pieces of this furniture

Wow! I didn't mean for you to dissemble your cookie art! But wow, it is so impressive to see how many pieces went into making this. I hope you were able to reassemble after taking this picture!

Do not worry dear Christine, luckily yes I was able to reassemble it♥️♥️

swissophie posted:

Oh, how perfectly delightful, dear Petra ❤️❤️❤️!!! Love your creativity! That wafer paper in the back! And are those anti-skid mats on the shelves? Just amazing!

Dear Sonja ,thank you so so much for your always kind words,chichi they looks like anti-skid ,ats but in reality they only looks like,its baked on silicone texture sheet so it get this look with just lightly pink brushing on

Thank you I appriciate very much your comment❤️

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