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Awww Christine, thank you so much! To be sincere I was missing you and your detailed, loving comments! I deeply appreciate it your words which are always uplifting and encouraging. 
I’m happy/sad for all your hard work and hope you can rest a little now. 
The cookies were made for my daughter-in-love’s Birthday🥰

Thank you very much again, sweet friend ♥️

You are always so very kind...be safe and well my dear friend ❤️. I've probably missed many beautiful posts over the last few weeks. I hate it when I miss seeing the gorgeous work here. SO much talent!!! I'm always super amazed at the creative genius on this site. After this week I should have a little bit of time before the next orders are due. Hope to catch up on my favorite place to be @Heather Bruce Sosa .

Thank you much, my dear Gabi! Haven’t seen gingerbread wafers, but the rice wafer looks like two sheets of paper stuck together, stiff but when you dampen then (veeeeery little) they turn very easy to shape. Have you seen the wafers that are used in some churches for communion? They are made of rice. Anyway, thank you so much for your very kind words of encouragement, you know I deeply appreciate them.♥️

Oh Thank you so much Heather!! Yes, they are the same wafers. 😘❤️😘 @Heather Bruce Sosa

WOW!!! Heather, you've totally outdone yourself my dear @Heather Bruce Sosa!! Obviously, I've gone through another period of time where I've been MIA from CC. UGH!! Actually, I've had a lot of orders coming in and the last 2 are rush jobs which has kept me in the kitchen baking and decorating cookies ( ). A good thing...and a tiring thing. Ya know?! Been burning the midnight oil on both ends of the day.

Your work here is beyond fabulous...it clearly shows just how much time and thought you put into these masterpieces my dear. Such patience and dedication to making your flowers perfect! I love that...and understand it (maybe I'm just a little bit like that? Ummmm). Awesome sweet Heather ❤️❤️

Awww Christine, thank you so much! To be sincere I was missing you and your detailed, loving comments! I deeply appreciate it your words which are always uplifting and encouraging. 
I’m happy/sad for all your hard work and hope you can rest a little now. 
The cookies were made for my daughter-in-love’s Birthday🥰

Thank you very much again, sweet friend ♥️

WOW!!! Heather, you've totally outdone yourself my dear @Heather Bruce Sosa!! Obviously, I've gone through another period of time where I've been MIA from CC. UGH!! Actually, I've had a lot of orders coming in and the last 2 are rush jobs which has kept me in the kitchen baking and decorating cookies ( ). A good thing...and a tiring thing. Ya know?! Been burning the midnight oil on both ends of the day.

Your work here is beyond fabulous...it clearly shows just how much time and thought you put into these masterpieces my dear. Such patience and dedication to making your flowers perfect! I love that...and understand it (maybe I'm just a little bit like that? Ummmm). Awesome sweet Heather ❤️❤️

Dear Petra, thank you so much! Yes, please do it is a lovely technique, I enjoyed it a lot! There’s a wonderful man in YouTube called Anand Kumar who is great! Looking forward to seeing your creations!🥰

Thank you dear Heather also fir your advice, will try fir sure❤️❤️

Oh Heather these are beautiful❤️,now long time wanted to make this experiment and it seems so great ,definitely have to try also,well done dear❤️

Dear Petra, thank you so much! Yes, please do it is a lovely technique, I enjoyed it a lot! There’s a wonderful man in YouTube called Anand Kumar who is great! Looking forward to seeing your creations!🥰

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Wow Heather...they are so realistic...and I suspect very time consuming.

Thank you very much, dear Jean! Yes, they do consume quite a lot of time-and patience- but I loved the results! Thanks for your nice words🥰

Oh Heather, Your experimentation has produced a dream job !!! Such absolutely great flowers!!! ❤️😘 @Heather Bruce Sosa
I have never worked with wafer paper. Is the consistency similar to gingerbread wafers?

Thank you much, my dear Gabi! Haven’t seen gingerbread wafers, but the rice wafer looks like two sheets of paper stuck together, stiff but when you dampen then (veeeeery little) they turn very easy to shape. Have you seen the wafers that are used in some churches for communion? They are made of rice. Anyway, thank you so much for your very kind words of encouragement, you know I deeply appreciate them.♥️