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Practice Bakes Perfect Challenge #37 - gingerbreadstones

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 This time I prepare something like wood cave /gingerbread bakes on egg mold  with something like stones inside, so I baked those parts in spoons mold and I used the shorter parts of ,glued in with royal icing

hot colored cornsyrupe flows like spring cascade on one stone to another untill the last one down

forest soil was made from dryed royal icing and then smashedIMG_9807.jpgpp

green leaves and grass-sugarpaste

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Heather Bruce Sosa posted:

Another great presentation, dear Petra!!🥰

Thank you, did you see my short video, at least my try😜😅with my daughter we had a huge fun, a bit experiment to make hot cornsyrup really "running" 

Petra Florean posted:
Heather Bruce Sosa posted:

Another great presentation, dear Petra!!🥰

Thank you, did you see my short video, at least my try😜😅with my daughter we had a huge fun, a bit experiment to make hot cornsyrup really "running" 

Yes, watched it and it’s great!!!👏👏❤️

Heather Bruce Sosa posted:
Petra Florean posted:
Heather Bruce Sosa posted:

Another great presentation, dear Petra!!🥰

Thank you, did you see my short video, at least my try😜😅with my daughter we had a huge fun, a bit experiment to make hot cornsyrup really "running" 

Yes, watched it and it’s great!!!👏👏❤️

@Heather Bruce Sosa❤️❤️❤️

Petra Florean posted:

@Sweet Prodigy was your idea wanted to see waterfall,of'course not so big something like spring cascade❤️I used hot corn syrup,becouse wanted to run and not stuck...

Also I try to make first time video,how the water "flows"

Had great time  to play with❤️

There's the waterfall I had in mind. Thank you for creating this.  My eyes immediately go to the waterfall and I imagine it as flowing water that I can reach out and touch. Wonderful job on this one...and I love your video as well. 

Sweet Prodigy posted:
Petra Florean posted:

@Sweet Prodigy was your idea wanted to see waterfall,of'course not so big something like spring cascade❤️I used hot corn syrup,becouse wanted to run and not stuck...

Also I try to make first time video,how the water "flows"

Had great time  to play with❤️

There's the waterfall I had in mind. Thank you for creating this.  My eyes immediately go to the waterfall and I imagine it as flowing water that I can reach out and touch. Wonderful job on this one...and I love your video as well. 

You are the one giving me this idea of waterfall , and yes I couldn't resist 😉❤️❤️❤️Thank you for your great idea and kind comment too😘

Great idea for water!

Just a reminder to please label your challenge entries correctly - "Practice Bakes Perfect Challenge #37" should go in both the caption (under the main title) and in a tag. We need this info to keep the challenge entries straight, and it's very time-consuming for me to add this info to people's posts. Thank you!

Julia M. Usher posted:

Great idea for water!

Just a reminder to please label your challenge entries correctly - "Practice Bakes Perfect Challenge #37" should go in both the caption (under the main title) and in a tag. We need this info to keep the challenge entries straight, and it's very time-consuming for me to add this info to people's posts. Thank you!

Thank you, yes ok❤️

You did a great job of getting the "water" to flow from ledge to ledge! I am wondering if the corn syrup became hard because you heated it before using it or if it was just thick enough to remain on the ledges. In any event, this is a great design! 

Bakerloo Station posted:

You did a great job of getting the "water" to flow from ledge to ledge! I am wondering if the corn syrup became hard because you heated it before using it or if it was just thick enough to remain on the ledges. In any event, this is a great design! 

Corn syrup is usually liquid, in this case yes when get cold was mor thick si stayed on"rocks"and between them quite a lot 😜we had fun with my kids to play with ❤️

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