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3-D Stars on a Platter

3-D Stars on a Platter
Three-Dimensional Royal Icing Transfers on Cookie Platters

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This is just a reminder that royal icing transfers can be anything you want them to be. It's hard to show just how delicate these pieces look in real life. Hopefully, these photos will help.

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@Heather Bruce Sosa Thanks, Heather. I filmed a ton of videos (not stringwork) and ended up with one that was good enough to post so I'm super happy about that. There's so much to learn, but I'm getting there.

👏👏👏👏Can’t wait to see it! Thank you ♥️

That has been so kind and generous of you, dear Christine. Thank you so much. Looking forward to your video!♥️

@Heather Bruce Sosa Thanks, Heather. I filmed a ton of videos (not stringwork) and ended up with one that was good enough to post so I'm super happy about that. There's so much to learn, but I'm getting there.

Thank you Heather @Heather Bruce Sosa for such a nice compliment. ❤️ To make the transfers, I placed a sheet of acetate over an outline of a star. I used royal icing thicker than toothpaste to trace the star pattern, and continued piping lines that would cross over one another to create a three-dimensional effect. the stars are actually two pieces "glued" back-to-back. This technique is something that is better shown than explained. I am working on my video skills so hopefully I can put together a proper tutorial.

That has been so kind and generous of you, dear Christine. Thank you so much. Looking forward to your video!♥️

@Virago posted:

These are a remarkable display of precision and control! I'm jealous of your steady hand!

@LisaF posted:

Stunning Christine.  Absolutely flawless.

Absolutely mesmerizing! Beautiful work, Christine!

Thank you! ❤️❤️❤️

Dear Christine your stars are… and I can’t find the right adjective for them, I’m speechless! So, beautiful, elegant, dainty and SO fragile!!! Absolutely stunning. One thing is clear to me, you are a patient lady and after this work, you have developed it even more🤭 Could you tell us a little of how you created these amazing pieces of art, please? 👏👏♥️

Thank you Heather @Heather Bruce Sosa for such a nice compliment. ❤️ To make the transfers, I placed a sheet of acetate over an outline of a star. I used royal icing thicker than toothpaste to trace the star pattern, and continued piping lines that would cross over one another to create a three-dimensional effect. the stars are actually two pieces "glued" back-to-back. This technique is something that is better shown than explained. I am working on my video skills so hopefully I can put together a proper tutorial.

Dear Christine your stars are… and I can’t find the right adjective for them, I’m speechless! So, beautiful, elegant, dainty and SO fragile!!! Absolutely stunning. One thing is clear to me, you are a patient lady and after this work, you have developed it even more🤭 Could you tell us a little of how you created these amazing pieces of art, please? 👏👏♥️

@Zeena posted:

Your piping is absolutely breathtaking Christine @Sweet Prodigy.

Your stars are gorgeous Christine @Sweet Prodigy! They are perfectly piped and the 3D effect is just right for adding that extra pop.  Love these ❤️❤️❤️ Hugs...

@Wendy Cubic posted:

This is amazing. I have always wanted to make these and I just can’t figure it out ! Stunning ! Bravo…

Thank you my sweet friends for your wonderful comments. It means a lot. ❤️❤️❤️