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Originally Posted by Julia M. Usher:

Hi, very clever idea! Can you explain how you created the neon effect - i.e., was it primarily by adding white around the piped lines on top, and how was that white added (painted on wet? dusted with dry powdered coloring? other?) Thanks in advance!

Thank you for your comment

First, I piped the lines and let it dry.

Then I dusted with dry luster powder around the piped lines

(I changed the color of the powder depend on the color of the lines ; yellow=gold luster   pink=peach luster  white = perl luster....)

Sorry for my poor english

Originally Posted by Fernwood Cookie:

Nice glow effect!

 

Originally Posted by Ahimsa Custom Cakes:

Beautiful!

 

Originally Posted by virago:

this is such a clever idea! well done!!!

 

Originally Posted by Econlady:

Very clever!

 

Originally Posted by La abuelita de las galletas:

Very original and beautiful!!

 

Originally Posted by Anjum (eat cookie, sleep cookie):

So cool!

 

Originally Posted by The Anxious Baker:

These are awesome!

 

Originally Posted by Kat Rutledge - Ibicci:

Like Julia, i am also intrigued. Fabulous effect!

Thank you for your lovly comments ladys!!! I m so happy )

Originally Posted by magu:
Originally Posted by Julia M. Usher:

Hi, very clever idea! Can you explain how you created the neon effect - i.e., was it primarily by adding white around the piped lines on top, and how was that white added (painted on wet? dusted with dry powdered coloring? other?) Thanks in advance!

Thank you for your comment

First, I piped the lines and let it dry.

Then I dusted with dry luster powder around the piped lines

(I changed the color of the powder depend on the color of the lines ; yellow=gold luster   pink=peach luster  white = perl luster....)

Sorry for my poor english

Your English is great; excellent explanation - thanks!

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