Roses and Lilies with Ease

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Thanks for sharing such an informative tutorial Kim.  It's a pity that the video wasn't better quality as a it was very blurry making it difficult to see your lovely work!  But I still appreciate your kind efforts!

Carol-Anne posted:

Thanks for sharing such an informative tutorial Kim.  It's a pity that the video wasn't better quality as a it was very blurry making it difficult to see your lovely work!  But I still appreciate your kind efforts!

Aw, sorry to hear that! I have a very good video camera and this is the first video/editing project I've done with it. The first time I saved it, the file was too large to put on-line. I had to save it in another way that was significantly less data. There are 5 types of files to save as, so I'll try another type next time. Thank you for your feedback! If any experts out there would like to give me pointers, I'm all about learning! ~God bless, Kim

Thanks for üosting this, though I have to agree with Carol-Ann - it was a bit hard to actually see what you were doing.

But who am I to complain? I am working on a tutorial at the moment, too, and I bet I can beat you in regards to blurrieness

Laegwen posted:

Thanks for üosting this, though I have to agree with Carol-Ann - it was a bit hard to actually see what you were doing.

But who am I to complain? I am working on a tutorial at the moment, too, and I bet I can beat you in regards to blurrieness

I can go nowhere but up!   Hope it was of value to someone, but I (for sure, learned from it).

Kim Damon posted:
Laegwen posted:

Thanks for üosting this, though I have to agree with Carol-Ann - it was a bit hard to actually see what you were doing.

But who am I to complain? I am working on a tutorial at the moment, too, and I bet I can beat you in regards to blurrieness

I can go nowhere but up!   Hope it was of value to someone, but I (for sure, learned from it).

Yes, Kim, nowhere but up! I agree, the video was a little blurr, but your advises on how to color fondant in a plastic bag and the way you used a spoon to cut petals were great. I definetly learnt something new. I think it is not easy to do a tutorial, and very often after posting it one learns what could be improved next time. And your cookie community is very supportive. 

Cookies Fantistique by Carol posted:

Awesome!! Thanks so much for taking the time to put this fondant rose tutorial together...it's very helpful to watch you work and add in the shading for a more realistic rose .

Aw, thanks Carol!

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