Washing Day in Old Time . . .
Practice Bakes Perfect Challenge #37

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Some day in old time washing loundry day in beautiful old class world bathroom with a pinch of vintage style,when no washmaschine exist.In washbasin is gingerbread dress,still running water,water race out on tiles....oups

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Petra Florean posted:

Some day in old time washing loundry day in beautiful old class world bathroom with a pinch of vintage style,when no washmaschine exist.In washbasin is gingerbread dress,still running water,water race out on tiles....oups

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This is quite the elaborate scene! Is everything in this a cookie - Are the floor tiles and wall all made of cookies? (Also thank you for all of the extra pictures!)

Wow, this is an ambitious scene! You really hit the ground running on this challenge! I like how in this entry you put the white or lightly colored icing under the isomalt in the sink basin to create, I suppose, the look of laundry soap. What I think would be next-level here is to have painted the dress that is laying in the sink in a slightly distorted way to really make it look like it is underwater. 

One last note/caveat. Since you have now done three entries using light blue isomalt to create your water, I would like to direct you to Rule #6 of the Challenge:

6. If you plan to make multiple challenge entries to Practice Bakes Perfect Challenge #37, then each challenge entry must be substantially different than your prior entries. At a minimum, the final cookies should look substantially different. Ideally, each individual entry would also use a different technique for creating your water. [emphasis added]

While your three entries do not technically run afoul of the rule, I would suggest that you might try a different water technique, other than splashed blue isomalt, if you create any additional entries. Essentially, I'm saying that since you have perfected isomalt water, let's see what else you've got!  

 

Bakerloo Station posted:

Wow, this is an ambitious scene! You really hit the ground running on this challenge! I like how in this entry you put the white or lightly colored icing under the isomalt in the sink basin to create, I suppose, the look of laundry soap. What I think would be next-level here is to have painted the dress that is laying in the sink in a slightly distorted way to really make it look like it is underwater. 

One last note/caveat. Since you have now done three entries using light blue isomalt to create your water, I would like to direct you to Rule #6 of the Challenge:

6. If you plan to make multiple challenge entries to Practice Bakes Perfect Challenge #37, then each challenge entry must be substantially different than your prior entries. At a minimum, the final cookies should look substantially different. Ideally, each individual entry would also use a different technique for creating your water. [emphasis added]

While your three entries do not technically run afoul of the rule, I would suggest that you might try a different water technique, other than splashed blue isomalt, if you create any additional entries. Essentially, I'm saying that since you have perfected isomalt water, let's see what else you've got!  

 

Dear Christine,thank you for time you spent with my entry, I appreciate it❤️

Just shortly down and back are cookies slides coated with spatula of royal icing layers and I promise next time will be different entry with other techniques of water creating 

Bakerloo Station posted:
Petra Florean posted:

Some day in old time washing loundry day in beautiful old class world bathroom with a pinch of vintage style,when no washmaschine exist.In washbasin is gingerbread dress,still running water,water race out on tiles....oups

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Hope you like my result as me

This is quite the elaborate scene! Is everything in this a cookie - Are the floor tiles and wall all made of cookies? (Also thank you for all of the extra pictures!)

Christine I can't hide my enthusiasm of the result of my creation and now also pleasure reading your comment,thank you very much

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