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Lori fiorelli posted:

You have to have best technique . I have tryed painting, but cookie gets craters ( vodkaSome painted cookies have a blur look, yours look so clear.is it the paint, most likely the artist. Anyway ....you inspire me to want and try again. 

Hi Lori! Please try this trick: pipe your cookies with white top coating and let them dry in front of a fan with warm temperature for at least one hour. Paint them the day after, thanks to warm air icing becomes like porcelain not porous at all. I use Americolor gel colors and water, just a few if needed, not alcohol.  Let me know if these advices worked out ❀

 

Lori fiorelli posted:

You have to have best technique . I have tryed painting, but cookie gets craters ( vodkaSome painted cookies have a blur look, yours look so clear.is it the paint, most likely the artist. Anyway ....you inspire me to want and try again. 

Hi Lori! Please try this trick: pipe your cookies with white top coating and let them dry in front of a fan with warm temperature for at least one hour. Paint them the day after, thanks to warm air icing becomes like porcelain not porous at all. I use Americolor gel colors and water, just a few if needed, not alcohol.  Let me know if these advices worked out ❀