New Year Cookies
Practice Bakes Perfect Challenge #20

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Hi, to qualify for the challenge, you need to share the cookie set that you re-did (in a comment under this one), and also explain how and why you made the changes you did between the old and new set. Please see the challenge rules, and add this information when you can, so we can keep this entry in the challenge.

I love the cleanness of these cookies and their interplay with the plate, BTW! 

I made a New Year set in 2015 and at this time, I think I was a little "too happy" with the airbrush! Also, just too many letters in the first set, and what about the quality of the photo! I remember back then, I wasn't happy with the set (and never shared it!). This time, I made a New Year set with a lot less cookies, but presented in a beautiful plate design by Anou and the cookies match the design and colors of the snowman. I made the set just for fun so I can enter the PBP Challenge!

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Julia M. Usher posted:

Hi, to qualify for the challenge, you need to share the cookie set that you re-did (in a comment under this one), and also explain how and why you made the changes you did between the old and new set. Please see the challenge rules, and add this information when you can, so we can keep this entry in the challenge.

I love the cleanness of these cookies and their interplay with the plate, BTW! 

Thank you Julia! 

You were just too fast as I was writing my explanation at the time you commented!  ;-)

 

Le Monnier du Biscuit posted:

I made a New Year set in 2015 and at this time, I think I was a little "too happy" with the airbrush! Also, just too many letters in the first set, and what about the quality of the photo! I remember back then, I wasn't happy with the set (and never shared it!). This time, I made a New Year set with a lot less cookies, but presented in a beautiful plate design by Anou and the cookies match the design and colors of the snowman. I made the set just for fun so I can enter the PBP Challenge!

Thanks so much for adding!

A few questions out of curiosity: In the new set, where did you apply the airbrush? To the stripes on the "7" or elsewhere? The plaid/check looks almost hand-drawn? How was it done?

Julia M. Usher posted:
Le Monnier du Biscuit posted:

I made a New Year set in 2015 and at this time, I think I was a little "too happy" with the airbrush! Also, just too many letters in the first set, and what about the quality of the photo! I remember back then, I wasn't happy with the set (and never shared it!). This time, I made a New Year set with a lot less cookies, but presented in a beautiful plate design by Anou and the cookies match the design and colors of the snowman. I made the set just for fun so I can enter the PBP Challenge!

Thanks so much for adding!

A few questions out of curiosity: In the new set, where did you apply the airbrush? To the stripes on the "7" or elsewhere? The plaid/check looks almost hand-drawn? How was it done?

I airbrushed some perl to make them shine a little, but a lot less than the original set! The plaid is hand drawn with marker and the stripes on the 1 and 7 are  "wet next to wet"

Le Monnier du Biscuit posted:
Julia M. Usher posted:

Hi, to qualify for the challenge, you need to share the cookie set that you re-did (in a comment under this one), and also explain how and why you made the changes you did between the old and new set. Please see the challenge rules, and add this information when you can, so we can keep this entry in the challenge.

I love the cleanness of these cookies and their interplay with the plate, BTW! 

Thank you Julia! 

You were just too fast as I was writing my explanation at the time you commented!  ;-)

 

That's what I figured. I just happened to be cleaning up the site at the same time you were posting. Love the redo set!

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