Fairies by Elina Ellis
You complete me! Practice Bakes Perfect Challenge #18

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Fairies by Ellina EllisAlmost in the time limit, Doctorcookies and me have finally been able to finish our set of cookies for this amazing challenge. Despite loosing some sleep during the last week, it has been a pleasure to imagine, prepare and work on these beautiful designs created by Elina Ellis (http://www.elinaellis.com). Cracked effect, royal icing details, handpaint... We have worked together in the distance to create these cookies that are only complete when we put them together virtually.

Thank you Bakerloo Station for this super challenge, thanks to which I have had closer contact with the great spanish cookie maker Doctorcookies. It's been a pleasure, Clara, gracias por aceptar el reto!

I hope you all like the result of our collaboration. I hope it's only the first of many

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NaGeRa posted:

Almost in the time limit, Doctorcookies and me have finally been able to finish our set of cookies for this amazing challenge. Despite loosing some sleep during the last week, it has been a pleasure to imagine, prepare and work on these beautiful designs created by Elina Ellis. Cracked effect, royal icing details, handpaint... We have worked together in the distance to create these cookies that are only complete when we put them together virtually.

Thank you Bakerloo Station for this super challenge, thanks to which I have had closer contact with the great spanish cookie maker Doctorcookies. It's been a pleasure, Clara, gracias por aceptar el reto!

I hope you all like the result of our collaboration. I hope it's only the first of many

Thank you, NaGeRa! Yes, let's repeat soon!

Both sets are beautiful and what a nice idea, Naiara! A great use of technology for an amazing outcome! It is hard to tell they have been put together virtually, and the colors of both sets merge so well together.

I am so much enjoying reading everyone's stories & experiences with this challenge and the new friendships that have developed  through this practice  bakes perfect challenge #18. I'm with you Nagera I don't just like the outcome of your challenge with Doctorcookies I love it

Manu posted:

Both sets are beautiful and what a nice idea, Naiara! A great use of technology for an amazing outcome! It is hard to tell they have been put together virtually, and the colors of both sets merge so well together.

Love to know that the person who inspired this challenge likes our work

Thanks to you I have had the opportunity of working together with a colleague on a common cookie project for the first time. I've really enjoyed so thanks again, @Manu 

Bakerloo Station posted:

NAGERA, you did a beautiful job cookie-fying Elina Ellis's work.  However, I must ask whether you have express permission from Ms. Ellis to copy her work, per the Cookie Connection posting rules (please se specifically, Rule #8):

http://cookieconnection.juliau...READ-BEFORE-YOU-POST

Thanks for your kind words, @Bakerloo Station. Yes, we have Elina's permission; in fact, she likes the result very much

Bakerloo Station posted:

NAGERA, you did a beautiful job cookie-fying Elina Ellis's work.  However, I must ask whether you have express permission from Ms. Ellis to copy her work, per the Cookie Connection posting rules (please se specifically, Rule #8):

http://cookieconnection.juliau...READ-BEFORE-YOU-POST

Agree - lovely representation of Ellis' work and a clever way to combine the fairies and backgrounds. However, we do need to check compliance with the site's "permission to copy" rule. Please let us know if permission was obtained. Thanks!

Sil Quiroga *Homemade Cookies by Sil* posted:

Nagera! How nice you have participated with Doctora Cookies! Your cookies are so nice and detailed!!! ♡♡♡ 

Love them!!!!!

¡Gracias, Sil! Sí, me ha encantado participar aunque ahora estoy un poco triste por el tema de los permisos de las ilustraciones, a pesar de que hemos hecho todo de acuerdo a las normas... 

Me alegro de que te gusten, vuestras galletas son chulísimas y con un mensaje precioso

NaGeRa posted:
Bakerloo Station posted:

NAGERA, you did a beautiful job cookie-fying Elina Ellis's work.  However, I must ask whether you have express permission from Ms. Ellis to copy her work, per the Cookie Connection posting rules (please se specifically, Rule #8):

http://cookieconnection.juliau...READ-BEFORE-YOU-POST

Thanks for your kind words, @Bakerloo Station. Yes, we have Elina's permission; in fact, she likes the result very much

Excellent!  I am so glad you have permission from Ms. Ellis!  This is a beautiful addition to the challenge. As I mentioned in my comments to Doctor Cookies, I am fascinated by your photo editing process, and how you were able to blend the photos so seamlessly.  I would love to hear more about that whole part of the process. 

Bakerloo Station posted:
NaGeRa posted:
Bakerloo Station posted:

NAGERA, you did a beautiful job cookie-fying Elina Ellis's work.  However, I must ask whether you have express permission from Ms. Ellis to copy her work, per the Cookie Connection posting rules (please se specifically, Rule #8):

http://cookieconnection.juliau...READ-BEFORE-YOU-POST

Thanks for your kind words, @Bakerloo Station. Yes, we have Elina's permission; in fact, she likes the result very much

Excellent!  I am so glad you have permission from Ms. Ellis!  This is a beautiful addition to the challenge. As I mentioned in my comments to Doctor Cookies, I am fascinated by your photo editing process, and how you were able to blend the photos so seamlessly.  I would love to hear more about that whole part of the process. 

@Bakerloo Station, of course, I can explain a bit what I did to merge all the designs.

Actually, the editing process was quite easy. I have used editing programmes for many years so I'm used to them. I edited each cookie individually, adjusted levels and colours so that the merging images would appear simmilar. Then I cut the fairies by using the "magnetic pencil" tool and pasted to their corresponding background. Finally I chose a shadow effectso that the outcoming was realistic.

NaGeRa posted:
Bakerloo Station posted:
NaGeRa posted:
Bakerloo Station posted:

NAGERA, you did a beautiful job cookie-fying Elina Ellis's work.  However, I must ask whether you have express permission from Ms. Ellis to copy her work, per the Cookie Connection posting rules (please se specifically, Rule #8):

http://cookieconnection.juliau...READ-BEFORE-YOU-POST

Thanks for your kind words, @Bakerloo Station. Yes, we have Elina's permission; in fact, she likes the result very much

Excellent!  I am so glad you have permission from Ms. Ellis!  This is a beautiful addition to the challenge. As I mentioned in my comments to Doctor Cookies, I am fascinated by your photo editing process, and how you were able to blend the photos so seamlessly.  I would love to hear more about that whole part of the process. 

@Bakerloo Station, of course, I can explain a bit what I did to merge all the designs.

Actually, the editing process was quite easy. I have used editing programmes for many years so I'm used to them. I edited each cookie individually, adjusted levels and colours so that the merging images would appear simmilar. Then I cut the fairies by using the "magnetic pencil" tool and pasted to their corresponding background. Finally I chose a shadow effectso that the outcoming was realistic.

Very interesting!  Well done!

Bakerloo Station posted:
NaGeRa posted:
Bakerloo Station posted:
NaGeRa posted:
Bakerloo Station posted:

NAGERA, you did a beautiful job cookie-fying Elina Ellis's work.  However, I must ask whether you have express permission from Ms. Ellis to copy her work, per the Cookie Connection posting rules (please se specifically, Rule #8):

http://cookieconnection.juliau...READ-BEFORE-YOU-POST

Thanks for your kind words, @Bakerloo Station. Yes, we have Elina's permission; in fact, she likes the result very much

Excellent!  I am so glad you have permission from Ms. Ellis!  This is a beautiful addition to the challenge. As I mentioned in my comments to Doctor Cookies, I am fascinated by your photo editing process, and how you were able to blend the photos so seamlessly.  I would love to hear more about that whole part of the process. 

@Bakerloo Station, of course, I can explain a bit what I did to merge all the designs.

Actually, the editing process was quite easy. I have used editing programmes for many years so I'm used to them. I edited each cookie individually, adjusted levels and colours so that the merging images would appear simmilar. Then I cut the fairies by using the "magnetic pencil" tool and pasted to their corresponding background. Finally I chose a shadow effectso that the outcoming was realistic.

Very interesting!  Well done!

Totally agree! I am really proud of my challenge collegue! 

She really did a great job with the photo edition!!

doctorcookies posted:
Bakerloo Station posted:
NaGeRa posted:
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Bakerloo Station posted:

NAGERA, you did a beautiful job cookie-fying Elina Ellis's work.  However, I must ask whether you have express permission from Ms. Ellis to copy her work, per the Cookie Connection posting rules (please se specifically, Rule #8):

http://cookieconnection.juliau...READ-BEFORE-YOU-POST

Thanks for your kind words, @Bakerloo Station. Yes, we have Elina's permission; in fact, she likes the result very much

Excellent!  I am so glad you have permission from Ms. Ellis!  This is a beautiful addition to the challenge. As I mentioned in my comments to Doctor Cookies, I am fascinated by your photo editing process, and how you were able to blend the photos so seamlessly.  I would love to hear more about that whole part of the process. 

@Bakerloo Station, of course, I can explain a bit what I did to merge all the designs.

Actually, the editing process was quite easy. I have used editing programmes for many years so I'm used to them. I edited each cookie individually, adjusted levels and colours so that the merging images would appear simmilar. Then I cut the fairies by using the "magnetic pencil" tool and pasted to their corresponding background. Finally I chose a shadow effectso that the outcoming was realistic.

Very interesting!  Well done!

Totally agree! I am really proud of my challenge collegue! 

She really did a great job with the photo edition!!

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