Sweet Ballerina
Practice Bakes Perfect Challenge #27

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myartcookies posted:

Thank you very much.
Sorry for not putting the challenge number, it's the first time I've participated

@myartcookies I can edit the post to include the number, but one of the requirements of the challenge is to describe, in the comments, how you made your circles. If you would kindly add a short comment explaining what you did, I would appreciate it.

Bakerloo Station posted:
myartcookies posted:

Thank you very much.
Sorry for not putting the challenge number, it's the first time I've participated

@myartcookies I can edit the post to include the number, but one of the requirements of the challenge is to describe, in the comments, how you made your circles. If you would kindly add a short comment explaining what you did, I would appreciate it.

 
I have put a small comment.
Thank you very much for your help

To make the circles more rounded, spread the cookie dough on the oven plate and remove the excess after using the cutter. And direct to the oven.
After I lined the cookie with royal icing, leaving a small margin. Filling and with the help of a punch I extend the royal icing just by the edge of the biscuit.

myartcookies posted:

To make the circles more rounded, spread the cookie dough on the oven plate and remove the excess after using the cutter. And direct to the oven.
After I lined the cookie with royal icing, leaving a small margin. Filling and with the help of a punch I extend the royal icing just by the edge of the biscuit.

Thank you for explaining your process!

This is such a very pretty set of cookies! Those little ballerinas are so sweet, and I love the ruffly flowers, which really could be roses or even carnations! (I would love to know what type of piping tip you used to create those!) Your circles are excellent, and see that you flooded before your circular outlining dried, creating one, smooth circular surface.  Well-done!

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