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I cut the house shape with a template I drew. The roof was first outlined and filled with black royal icing and then later I brushed embroidered following the piped dots technique. The walls were first flooded with royal icing and then I brush embroidered it. I piped a line and brushed it. Sticking to the theme of brush embroidery, I dipped the paintbrush in green royal icing and dabbed it on the cookie to depict foliage and flowers.

What I learned was, in the past I would draw a line and brush it in. However, for the roof I used the piped dots technique used by @Ewa Kiszowara MOJE PIERNIKI and I just liked it so much. The difficulty I had was that when I piped and brush embroidered the pattern looked very distinct however, as it dried, it would merge. I hope I am enlightened on what I seem to do wrong. I made my royal icing with meringue powder, and I just wonder if using egg whites would make a difference.

I enjoyed myself doing this project thinking of a different way to use the brush embroidery technique.

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