radicaledward

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We had 6 kids under 8 at Thanksgiving, so I made them some sugar cookies. I based the turkey head design on Sweet Sugar Belle's Turkey...
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Re: Loo
So hear me out... I wanted to address this challenge, but I also wanted to do so in a way that wouldn't exceed (too far) my current...
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For the rain drops I originally was going to use the same hard crack sugar candy that I used for my classy loo , but I decided to wait a...
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I actually avoided doing this challenge for a while because I get freaked out by a white canvas. I like things that are much more...
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Thank you all for the nice comments. Edyta, I bow to your prowess!
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First thing I thought of when I read the new challenge was this clip from Dune . I thought about making a pain box, but I had made...
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Bakerloo: I used parchment cones for this, The icing is roughly all the same size, about a Wilton 2.
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This is my take on a modern Lambeth/overpiping on a big cookie (6x8"). When I looked at the tutorials in the Practice Bakes Perfect...
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This is my free-form attempt at Lambeth. I had no real plan for these cookies. Just tried different tips/techniques. The middle of the...
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I agree it would be great with the "holes." I would have left them this time, but I was trying to meet the challenge guidelines. Next...
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Thanks for the feedback. I made the spider in the middle by piping some V transfers and letting them dry thoroughly. I wasn't sure what...
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Thanks! Hardanger is an embroidery technique popular in Nordic countries. It involves stitching on blank canvas, cutting away some...
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Thanks Heather, it was my first time making RI transfers stand up!
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