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Hi, lovely and very interesting!  A couple of questions about methods:

1) How did you treat the background - iced and airbrushed, or very little icing and mostly airbrushing?

2) Are the three flowers in the front modeled or molded cookie dough, or some other medium?

3) How was the red rose made, or is it real?

4) And, last, did you use isomalt or real sugar for the globe?

Thanks!

WOW!!!! Petra, I love this cookie! Love the minimal crackle effect and the airbrushed cookie!! Is it grey or silver? It has something magical! The colored rose in the "ice ball" - outside still winter and inside spring already ... Simply enchanting!!! ❤️

Icingsugarkeks posted:

WOW!!!! Petra, I love this cookie! Love the minimal crackle effect and the airbrushed cookie!! Is it grey or silver? It has something magical! The colored rose in the "ice ball" - outside still winter and inside spring already ... Simply enchanting!!! ❤️

Thank you very much for a such nice words,cookie is iced ,black airbrushed,after painted white then etched,crack was not on program,but I love it and only corner sides silver,a bit confusing but this is the way how I did it step by step.Isomalt flowers are not any more shiny I wanted exact that and after just with brush  lightly white painted and on the end queen rose in a gelatine bubble-ball❤️

Julia M. Usher posted:

Hi, lovely and very interesting!  A couple of questions about methods:

1) How did you treat the background - iced and airbrushed, or very little icing and mostly airbrushing?

2) Are the three flowers in the front modeled or molded cookie dough, or some other medium?

3) How was the red rose made, or is it real?

4) And, last, did you use isomalt or real sugar for the globe?

Thanks!

Dear Julia thank you for your interesting in my Coming Spring

1 step icing the cookie,2after black airbrushed,when dryed 3painted with a brush with white colour 4then etched,5only corners on side silver coloured6 smaller flowers those 3 are from already mat isomalt painted white lightly step7 real rose NOT in isomalt or sugar ball-globe but in a Gelatine bubble-ball.

Hope I answered on all your questions

Best regards

Petra Florean posted:
Julia M. Usher posted:

Hi, lovely and very interesting!  A couple of questions about methods:

1) How did you treat the background - iced and airbrushed, or very little icing and mostly airbrushing?

2) Are the three flowers in the front modeled or molded cookie dough, or some other medium?

3) How was the red rose made, or is it real?

4) And, last, did you use isomalt or real sugar for the globe?

Thanks!

Dear Julia thank you for your interesting in my Coming Spring

1 step icing the cookie,2after black airbrushed,when dryed 3painted with a brush with white colour 4then etched,5only corners on side silver coloured6 smaller flowers those 3 are from already mat isomalt painted white lightly step7 real rose NOT in isomalt or sugar ball-globe but in a Gelatine bubble-ball.

Hope I answered on all your questions

Best regards

Thanks so much - there's always so much for everyone to learn in knowing what techniques and materials were used.

Julia M. Usher posted:
Petra Florean posted:
Julia M. Usher posted:

Hi, lovely and very interesting!  A couple of questions about methods:

1) How did you treat the background - iced and airbrushed, or very little icing and mostly airbrushing?

2) Are the three flowers in the front modeled or molded cookie dough, or some other medium?

3) How was the red rose made, or is it real?

4) And, last, did you use isomalt or real sugar for the globe?

Thanks!

Dear Julia thank you for your interesting in my Coming Spring

1 step icing the cookie,2after black airbrushed,when dryed 3painted with a brush with white colour 4then etched,5only corners on side silver coloured6 smaller flowers those 3 are from already mat isomalt painted white lightly step7 real rose NOT in isomalt or sugar ball-globe but in a Gelatine bubble-ball.

Hope I answered on all your questions

Best regards

Thanks so much - there's always so much for everyone to learn in knowing what techniques and materials were used.

yes I completely agree with you 👍❤️

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