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Lollipop cookie inspired by Julia M Usher’s Lollypalooza technique

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57439A76-C105-4CDA-ACE2-56ED9E50E3E4This is one of my very first sets! I just want to show it to encourage all the beginner cookiers that have just started their sweet adventure and maybe are finding some difficulties in doing consistencies and improving their skills. Cookies are a labor of love, patience and sleepless nights spent on them but most of all they are funny to do, let’s never forget all the fun and positive creativity there is in cookie art!
Practice makes perfect, I am still looking for perfection and I wish I’ll never reach it, so I’ll go on trying and improving myself.
In 2012 I was working with no piping bags or tips but only using a tea-spoon and a toothpick, so looking at them I laugh and think I was not that bad!
So, this is my 2012 VS 2020.
The color palette and the lollypop cookie was inspired by @Julia Usher’s
Lollypalooza technique, this is the link of her beautiful video tutorial:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Mmcdh3683w
Enjoy her video and please stay safe ❤️🧡💗

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What a beautiful set! You use a lot of techniques and different textures in a set, which is one of amazing things about your work.😍

I can’t believe I started cookie decorating about the same time as you did! I feel I’m still new in this cookie world...😅

I’ll show you here my first decorated cookies. I don’t understand why I chose that color for the butterflies😆



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What a beautiful set! You use a lot of techniques and different textures in a set, which is one of amazing things about your work.😍

I can’t believe I started cookie decorating about the same time as you did! I feel I’m still new in this cookie world...😅

I’ll show you here my first decorated cookies. I don’t understand why I chose that color for the butterflies😆



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Thank you for sharing this picture Noriko! I have the same feeling you have about cookie decorating, I still feel a newbie also. Every single day new techniques and new trends appear, there’s a lot to experiment and to work on to improve myself. Since the beginning I chose to teach this beautiful art so I don’t have so much time to create new things as I would love to but I keep on enjoying what I do and that’s the most important thing! So funny to see that vibrant palette you chose for those cookies, in 8 years your evolution has been remarkable, you know how much I admire your sensibility about colors and dainty style that are now your watermark!!!

@Dani Matos posted:

I love your cracklè at the cookie house!!!!

Thank you very much for appreciating it! I usually use cracklè on romantic cookies, I also love how it turned out on a simple Christmas house. Have a beautiful Sunday ❤️

57439A76-C105-4CDA-ACE2-56ED9E50E3E4This is one of my very first sets! I just want to show it to encourage all the beginner cookiers that have just started their sweet adventure and maybe are finding some difficulties in doing consistencies and improving their skills. Cookies are a labor of love, patience and sleepless nights spent on them but most of all they are funny to do, let’s never forget all the fun and positive creativity there is in cookie art!
Practice makes perfect, I am still looking for perfection and I wish I’ll never reach it, so I’ll go on trying and improving myself.
In 2012 I was working with no piping bags or tips but only using a tea-spoon and a toothpick, so looking at them I laugh and think I was not that bad!
So, this is my 2012 VS 2020.
The color palette and the lollypop cookie was inspired by @Julia Usher’s
Lollypalooza technique, this is the link of her beautiful video tutorial:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Mmcdh3683w
Enjoy her video and please stay safe ❤️🧡💗

👏👏👏👏👏👏👏

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