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75EFF0CD-CB9B-436D-9748-F5DAD240CB77This was truly a self challenge doing something I’ve been meaning to sit down and seriously try forever.  So thank you Christine and Julia ,once again for the β€œpush”❀️!

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I want to suggest to anyone trying this out when you go from your larger to your smaller tips like the PME 1 tip , thin out the icing. For those of us with Carpel tunnel it helps. 

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Last edited by Tina at Sugar Wishes

This is an exquisite cookie! I love all of the different techniques used, and that you even threw in some perfectly piped roses! I love the distressed base cookie - it really makes the white Lambeth over-piping pop! Is it iced or just painted? Thank you for the tip about thinning your icing when using smaller tips - that will definitely be a wrist-saver for many, I'm sure! Fabulous entry!

Bakerloo Station posted:

This is an exquisite cookie! I love all of the different techniques used, and that you even threw in some perfectly piped roses! I love the distressed base cookie - it really makes the white Lambeth over-piping pop! Is it iced or just painted? Thank you for the tip about thinning your icing when using smaller tips - that will definitely be a wrist-saver for many, I'm sure! Fabulous entry!

I’m so glad you like it. It’s really the first time I sat and worked Lambeth. The sites you sent us to were a big help. 

The cookie is distressed. I first painted the baked cookie brown with a very loose brown royal icing.   I  then scrapped it with my cheese grader( for lack of anything better) and lightly painted a coat of Wilton white, let that dry and again scrapped the surface. What you see is the result. 

I do decoupaged and  thought to use the same steps on the cookie as i do on wooden surfaces. And it worked. 

Tina at Sugar Wishes posted:
Bakerloo Station posted:

This is an exquisite cookie! I love all of the different techniques used, and that you even threw in some perfectly piped roses! I love the distressed base cookie - it really makes the white Lambeth over-piping pop! Is it iced or just painted? Thank you for the tip about thinning your icing when using smaller tips - that will definitely be a wrist-saver for many, I'm sure! Fabulous entry!

I’m so glad you like it. It’s really the first time I sat and worked Lambeth. The sites you sent us to were a big help. 

The cookie is distressed. I first painted the baked cookie brown with a very loose brown royal icing.   I  then scrapped it with my cheese grader( for lack of anything better) and lightly painted a coat of Wilton white, let that dry and again scrapped the surface. What you see is the result. 

I do decoupaged and  thought to use the same steps on the cookie as i do on wooden surfaces. And it worked. 

What a process! It looks brilliant.

Cookies Fantastique by Carol posted:

Oh Tina, @Tina at Sugar Wishes, this is magnificent work!!! Your Lambeth method piping is gorgeous and the cookie design...just WOW!!! I love the distressed surface of the cookie that really makes the beautiful roses and piping pop. Amazing work my dear friend . Hugs...❀️❀️❀️

Your compliments always out a smile on my face.  How wonderful the world would be filled with such kindness as yours.