Crooked Little Dwarf House under a "Knitted" Blanket of Snow

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Anne Marie Adams posted:

Wow this is so beautiful it makes me wish I was a rich  dwarf so I could afford such a lovely home but again the blanket of snow makes me happy I live in a condo

Haha! Thanks for the laugh, Anne Marie ! <3

Tina At Sugar Wishes posted:

This is probably my favorite ginger house ever. You really did something unique! 

Awww, thanks so much Tina <3!!! I saw your comment on FB, but that darn site won't let me reply in certain groups. So thanks for that one as well !!!

Ich kann mich langsam des Eindrucks nicht erwehren, dass Du stricken magst *lach*

Superb like always, though I honestly hope you have discovered a way to weatherproof your knitting

So perfect, Sonja. I love all of the little snow accessories outside. I keep looking at all the details, wanting to know how you created everything. You definitely take cookie art to a whole new level!!! 

Sil Quiroga *Homemade Cookies by Sil* posted:

This cookie should be in the top tens for ever and ever just as Evelinsdecora pumpkin lady♡♡♡

Awww, thanks for this darling comment, Sil <3! You made my day !

Laegwen posted:

Ich kann mich langsam des Eindrucks nicht erwehren, dass Du stricken magst *lach*

Superb like always, though I honestly hope you have discovered a way to weatherproof your knitting

Yeah, I guess you're right, hehe! Thanks much!!!

Evelindecora posted:

I love this winter house so much!!! Love to see all amazing tiny details and ...that roof is genius! Gorgeous work 

Thanks a ton, Evelin! Am very happy you like it !!! <3

Cookie Celebration LLC posted:

Oh - My - Gosh!!!  Sonja!! This is so outstanding I don't even have enough words to praise your work. This is so amazing and beautiful!  Great job!

Awww, Diane! What a sweet comment! Thank you sooo much! <3

Sweet Prodigy posted:

So perfect, Sonja. I love all of the little snow accessories outside. I keep looking at all the details, wanting to know how you created everything. You definitely take cookie art to a whole new level!!! 

Thanks so much, Christine! The miniature stuff is either piped transfers, some on both sides (like the ax), or modeled (hat, boots) with very thick RI, some of those overpiped. Just play around with it, and you'll find it's not at all that difficult . The fine stuff like the ski poles were a bit tricky. One of them broke in half, so had to "glue" them to the skis to make them hold. But other than that, it just needs a bit of patience .

swissophie posted:
Sweet Prodigy posted:

So perfect, Sonja. I love all of the little snow accessories outside. I keep looking at all the details, wanting to know how you created everything. You definitely take cookie art to a whole new level!!! 

Thanks so much, Christine! The miniature stuff is either piped transfers, some on both sides (like the ax), or modeled (hat, boots) with very thick RI, some of those overpiped. Just play around with it, and you'll find it's not at all that difficult . The fine stuff like the ski poles were a bit tricky. One of them broke in half, so had to "glue" them to the skis to make them hold. But other than that, it just needs a bit of patience .

Thanks Sonja, patience is something I have. Maybe I will try miniatures in the future. Your work is always inspirational.

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