A Little Rain Never Hurt Anyone
Practice Bakes Perfect Challenge #14

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Julia M. Usher posted:
Fernwood Cookie posted:
Julia M. Usher posted:

So pretty! Just curious though - where is the rubber-stamping on these cookies?

Yah, like I said hard to see. It didn't turn out very well- first time using glaze vs royal- they would be the light green shapes- two swallows on the top row cookies, partially hidden by the rain and two butterflies- one between the two birds' faces. 

Sorry, didn't see your earlier comment. But thanks!

no problem at all, I understand!

Fernwood Cookie posted:
Julia M. Usher posted:

So pretty! Just curious though - where is the rubber-stamping on these cookies?

Yah, like I said hard to see. It didn't turn out very well- first time using glaze vs royal- they would be the light green shapes- two swallows on the top row cookies, partially hidden by the rain and two butterflies- one between the two birds' faces. 

Sorry, didn't see your earlier comment. But thanks!

Julia M. Usher posted:

So pretty! Just curious though - where is the rubber-stamping on these cookies?

Yah, like I said hard to see. It didn't turn out very well- first time using glaze vs royal- they would be the light green shapes- two swallows on the top row cookies, partially hidden by the rain and two butterflies- one between the two birds' faces. 

Most cookies include elements of hand painted color, royal iced rain drop stencil, painted gold luster dust, rubber stamped birds, butterflies and feathers (hard to see), a few details drawn with edible marker and a couple topped with tiny wafer paper flowers and/or fondant flower or butterfly. 

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