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Practice Bakes Perfect Challenge #46 - Imprinted Icing; chocolate NFSC, almond RI, textured imprinted icing

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Wow! This is another stunning set. I love how creative you were with matching your textures to the items you were replicating. The soft colors, marbling and texture of the shells - especially the large, blue shell, are perfect. And the texture in the handbag and the bathing suit give it a nice realistic look. Did you have a favorite cookie from this set?

En qué momento lo colocas encima del glaseado, el molde o papel texturizado de inmediato o esperas un tiempo?

cuánto tiempo esperas para sacar el texturizador?

@Veronica Leiva

colocar en la guinda real inmediatamente.

Seco hielo/ galletas debajo de un ventilador de techo.

el glaseado bajo el pergamino y el papel de cera se secaron rápidamente. Pude eliminar la textura después de 8 horas. la plantilla, la red de malla y el molde de silicona tardaron 24 horas en secarse.

Once again @Virago, you've come up with some beautiful ingenius ways to create art using different RI techniques. Just love all the beach colors and the variety of beach items in this set. Awesome work my dear cookie friend ❤️❤️❤️ Hugs...

Potato mesh bag for imprinted icing, I love that!  Those cookies make me want to go beach.  Beautiful!  That bikini looks comfortable to wear❤️

Thank you @Ryoko ~Cookie Ave.!

FYI - even though the mesh bag was lightly tapped down on flood icing, it almost didn't want to come off, I really had to yank on it in spots.

Wow! This is another stunning set. I love how creative you were with matching your textures to the items you were replicating. The soft colors, marbling and texture of the shells - especially the large, blue shell, are perfect. And the texture in the handbag and the bathing suit give it a nice realistic look. Did you have a favorite cookie from this set?

Thank you again Christine @Sweet Prodigy!

I like both the bikini and the giant shell. The bikini texture is subtle, the polka dots were not disturbed, and the wax paper was just as easy to work with as parchment! I think the texture would represent a number of fabrics quite well, especially leather. I wasn't expecting the giant shell to turn out as good as it did. You can see from the progress pic that the icing under the flat area of the stencil never dried and lifted off (no biggy, I had planned on placing shells over that area anyway), but I really liked how uniformly fluid the ripples came out, and the stencil in this area popped right off.

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