Small Old Watering Can
Practice Bakes Perfect Challenge #34

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2 metal rings used to bake on the top half and half of the part where "is usually water" in watering can with cutter cutted the top and small heart mold used as you can see for the top of topper,the other pieces handmaded without using pattern or molds just created and baked like that,after brushed with white royal icing and when dryed painted grey.After just with a bit black powder color some shadows created,in the longest part is wooden stick inside,base baked on sheet with stone texture,and between you can see green "moss" made from blended cookies with colour,3D stones handmade and brushed with icing

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Another fantastic entry, Petra! I see you have been inspired by this challenge! It was very smart of use those deep biscuit cutters as both a mold for the sides of your watering can and also to cut out the tops and bottoms of your lids! I really like how you created a whole rustic scene here, from the painted gray royal icing to the stones and moss. Those bright blue butterflies really pop! Wonderful!

Bakerloo Station posted:

Another fantastic entry, Petra! I see you have been inspired by this challenge! It was very smart of use those deep biscuit cutters as both a mold for the sides of your watering can and also to cut out the tops and bottoms of your lids! I really like how you created a whole rustic scene here, from the painted gray royal icing to the stones and moss. Those bright blue butterflies really pop! Wonderful!

Thank you dear Christine for a beautiful words 🌹🌹🌹

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