Pretty Plaque - Nikki Carriere
Practice Bakes Perfect Challenge #33

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This is a 6" rectangle with elongated reverse shells. I used one of the plaque cookie cutters for my design. The bottom outline was a #6 tip with a #14 open star next and a #2 tip on the top. While I think I like the heart cookie best out of all of these, I think this is the one I did the best work on- it was the last one I did. Practice does help to get you closer to prefect. 4

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I love how your piping got better and better with each of your entries, @Nikki Carriere! And I especially like that you just kept trying. The border on this cookie is lovely. Tell, me, did you use thicker icing for the latter two entries? I ask, because your piping looks crisper in these last two. Well done!

Nikki Carriere posted:

This is a 6" rectangle with elongated reverse shells. I used one of the plaque cookie cutters for my design. The bottom outline was a #6 tip with a #14 open star next and a #2 tip on the top. While I think I like the heart cookie best out of all of these, I think this is the one I did the best work on- it was the last one I did. Practice does help to get you closer to prefect. 4

Thanks so much for the additional pictures! Might I suggest, however, that you use better lighting and post higher resolution photos in the future? I would love to be able to really get in there and see every last detail, and right now, I feel like I am missing out!

Bakerloo Station posted:

I love how your piping got better and better with each of your entries, @Nikki Carriere! And I especially like that you just kept trying. The border on this cookie is lovely. Tell, me, did you use thicker icing for the latter two entries? I ask, because your piping looks crisper in these last two. Well done!

Nikki Carriere posted:

This is a 6" rectangle with elongated reverse shells. I used one of the plaque cookie cutters for my design. The bottom outline was a #6 tip with a #14 open star next and a #2 tip on the top. While I think I like the heart cookie best out of all of these, I think this is the one I did the best work on- it was the last one I did. Practice does help to get you closer to prefect. 4

Thanks so much for the additional pictures! Might I suggest, however, that you use better lighting and post higher resolution photos in the future? I would love to be able to really get in there and see every last detail, and right now, I feel like I am missing out!

@Bakerloo Station the first cookie - the blue and white 3-D one - was the one where the heat and steam from the kitchen got to my icing. The recipe was the same for all four cookies. Yes, the photos leave a lot to be desired. My husband bought me a very nice camera yesterday - this being one of the reasons. So, next time I should be able to do much better with the photos.

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