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Clematis Trio
Inspired by Manu's Water Lily Tutorial on Cookie Connection

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@LisaF posted:

Even YOU have out done yourself here Julia.  This is truly spectacular. ❤️

Awww, so sweet of you to say, Lisa! Thank you! 

 A-M-A-Z-I-N-G!!! Over the top gorgeous Julia ❤️. This is my kind of project for sure. Love all the wonderful detail, all the airbrush highlighting and shading and, of course, the versatility of creating each cookie with a unique look and feel. All the thought and planning that went into creating the clematis flower really shows. Fabulous work, as always. Love it ❤️❤️❤️. Hugs...stay safe and well @Julia M. Usher

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 A-M-A-Z-I-N-G!!! Over the top gorgeous Julia ❤️. This is my kind of project for sure. Love all the wonderful detail, all the airbrush highlighting and shading and, of course, the versatility of creating each cookie with a unique look and feel. All the thought and planning that went into creating the clematis flower really shows. Fabulous work, as always. Love it ❤️❤️❤️. Hugs...stay safe and well @Julia M. Usher

@Jean Adams posted:

Love the whole set. 

Thanks so much. I didn't really design them as a set per se - just different variations of the same cookie. I rarely do classic sets (different cookies in same photo), as I am usually producing a single cookie type for a YouTube video or stencil release! I wish I had time to do more sets, but those two things keep me pretty darn busy!

You might call me clematis crazy! This dimensional flower cookie consists of 17 individually piped, contoured, and airbrushed royal icing pieces (just in the flower) that make it a labor of love . . . but one that’s extra special!

WATCH THE COMPLETE TUTORIAL HERE: https://youtu.be/ra6bJraZgnw
SUBSCRIBE TO MY YOUTUBE CHANNEL TO ALWAYS CATCH MY LATEST VIDEOS: https://www.youtube.com/user/JuliaMUsher

THANK YOU to Two57North (my wonderful video team) and to @Manu for her inspirational water lily tutorial here on Cookie Connection. It’s what spurred me to start this botanical series!

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