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Norm posted:

Do you have a printer with a program that frosting prints cookies? [I guess, kind of like a 3D printer]

That would be nice, however, I am my own 3D printer for now! lol. I pipe the grid and then I pipe the dots - about 7,000 for this set. And I just keep a (very) steady hand

Cookies Fantistique by Carol posted:

Your work is so amazing!!! I don't have a clue as to how you can pipe the needlepoint designs to such perfection...would love to know . I love your work!!!

Thank you so much for your kind words. It really is just piping a bunch of straight lines and then a whole lot of dots. I will say though that this set is not my favorite. With the exception of the yellow dots, my icing was too stiff and honestly, I was too lazy to thin it out. You can really see this in tartan. As a result, the patterns don't show as well as they should. (I know, we are our own worst critics.) But at least I learned why it's important to have the right consistency of icing! I've been thinking about making a video that shows how I pipe lines. Hopefully, in the near future I will get a chance. 

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Manu posted:

Christine, you keep outdoing yourself! I don't know if I am more impressed for the perfection of the lines or for the perfection of the dots!

Thanks. My icing for the dots for the icing was a little stiff, but each time I do these sets I learn a little more about what to do - and what not to do. 

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