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This is my second entry to this challenge and what I have challenged are

  1. Wet-on-wet circles.
  2. To pipe circles differently from what I did for my first entry
  3. Transfer circle

My circle cookies are sometimes not right circle.  I cut out circle from paper and put it on my cookie then trace the circle with a scribe tool. Then I piped.

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 I made wet-on-wet circles.  All of the blue circles on my cookies are wet-on-wet.   I used a projector (pico) for the guide.

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 After the base is completely dried, I piped circles with white icing.

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Somehow my piping always change direction suddenly without any intention and my circles look like football.   So this time, I made half circle then another circle.

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  Bottom part first (red arrow) then above part

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 white arrowed big circle is transferred circle.

 Followings are the rest of my cookies for this entry. 

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Welcome to my under the sea world!  

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Ryoko ~Cookie Ave. posted:
carouselselsel posted:

How wonderful, Ryoko! I love your under sea world...and all your circles and your approach of making them, half by half. Another amazing set of yours!

Hi Zara, I am pretty happy to know you like this set.    It was a lot of fun to imagine  under the sea world, I just needed a lot of bubbles (oxygen.) 

Oh Ryoko you're and your cookies are a great fun!

What an absolutely delightful set of cookies! What a perfect theme this is for a set a circular cookies! I absolutely loved your descriptions and photos of how you created all of the many circles used in your entry, Ryoko. I thought it was genius to use your pico for the wet-on-wet bubble circles! And, as far as I can see, I see no "footballs!"

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