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Trying out my new silicone medallion mold, and bridgework without strings

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Originally Posted by GingerbreadGrandma:

Fine piping skills as usual. The molds for the medallion and tiny bow are exceptionally delicate and delicate. May I ask who makes those molds? Thanks for sharing your always high quality work.

Thanks for your comment! The molds are from Allforhome, direct from China, bought via Amazon. I bought three, one totally unusable (small roses), one 50% usable (the bows), and one rather fine (the medallion). So if you buy, be prepared for medium quality - on the other hand they are very cheap and there was no postage at all.

Originally Posted by Laegwen:
Originally Posted by GingerbreadGrandma:

Fine piping skills as usual. The molds for the medallion and tiny bow are exceptionally delicate and delicate. May I ask who makes those molds? Thanks for sharing your always high quality work.

Thanks for your comment! The molds are from Allforhome, direct from China, bought via Amazon. I bought three, one totally unusable (small roses), one 50% usable (the bows), and one rather fine (the medallion). So if you buy, be prepared for medium quality - on the other hand they are very cheap and there was no postage at all.

 

Thanks for sharing.

 

Originally Posted by Cookie Me This~ Heidi:

These are so great!  I love waking up to see the beautiful cookies that were posted overnight from across the pond!

Thanks, Heidi, I know exactly what you mean. Cookies can become somewhat of an obsession

Originally Posted by Cookies Fantistique by Carol:

These are gorgeous! To make such distinct lines with the white did you pipe over it several times to build it up?

Yes, that's what I did. Four lines in this case. I learned that technique in the course I recently took. When used on cakes you can add gorgeous stringwork on those bridges. It didn't work out on cookies, though. The surface needs to be absolutely vertical, or the strings will follow gravity and bow down on the surface. I didn't find a way to prop up my cookies totally straight, as soon as I do, I will give it another try

Originally Posted by La abuelita de las galletas:

Ajjjjjjjj envy !!! I love to get the beautiful colors you get !!!

Thanks, I'll forward the praise to PME. Since I use their colors, mixing has become so much easier and the results so much nicer. Especially the blues are terrific!

Originally Posted by Kat Rutledge - Ibicci:

So very pretty over that colour. Lovely work.

Thanks Kat! Once again I started out with no real plan, just that I wanted to do white on blue. I always seem to get the best results, the less I plan *lol*

I know what you mean! X
 
Originally Posted by Laegwen:
Originally Posted by Kat Rutledge - Ibicci:

So very pretty over that colour. Lovely work.

Thanks Kat! Once again I started out with no real plan, just that I wanted to do white on blue. I always seem to get the best results, the less I plan *lol*

 

Originally Posted by iscreamforicing:

great set. great piping. i especially like the "walls" great work!

 

Originally Posted by doctorcookies:

Laegwen, you're amazing

 

Thanks a bunch!

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