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Practice Bakes Perfect Challenge #42

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This entry, I made sugar glass for the first time referring Matt Taylor's sugar glass recipe which Christine shared in her main PBP challenge post. Thanks Christine @Sweet Prodigy for sharing.

I broke the sugar glass into pieces and pasted on folded cookie. Then I refill the white RI for remaining areas to bring it to the same level.

* But after filling RI on the other areas I noticed that some color bleeding of sugar glass. Either I have done it wrong or there is a specific step I have missed..

Thank you so much Julia @Julia M. Usher and Christine @Sweet Prodigy for another wonderful educative challenge.

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I think the water in the royal icing just naturally absorbed the colouring in the sugar glass. Maybe a thicker consistency icing (and even a dehydrator) might yield better results.

Will try it next time. Thanks Christine for valuable suggestions.

@Kanch J posted:

Thank you so much, dear Christine ❤.Yes, the color bled while royal icing was drying and it didn't continue upon drying.

I think the water in the royal icing just naturally absorbed the colouring in the sugar glass. Maybe a thicker consistency icing (and even a dehydrator) might yield better results.

The colors and textures in your sugar glass are stunning. Did the color bleed as the royal icing was drying or did it bleed (and continue to bleed) after it had dried?

Thank you so much, dear Christine ❤.Yes, the color bled while royal icing was drying and it didn't continue upon drying.

From your 3 entries this one is my favourite, because love mosaic tables and chears, imagine to make my own once and drinking coffee in my garden. Awesome work dear Kanchana 👏

Nice to hear this is your favourite. Wish your dream become reality soon to have your coffee on your own mosaic table. 🙂Thank you so much, dear Petra. ❤

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