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Mosaic Cross-Piping
Practice Bakes Perfect Challenge #15

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I was inspired by the tiles in photos #7 - 14. In particular, I was inspired by the elements of pattern, line, symmetry, balance and color. Drawing inspiration from these elements, I then infused my own personal style to create this set of mosaic tile cookies. The cookie in the center of this set is my interpretation of the tiles in photo #10.

Sweet Prodigy posted:
swissophie posted:

Well, I would say this is out of the ordinary for sure... Haha! Not much room for improvement! Where to go when you're outdone yourself? Oh, I know... Off to curves  !

Ha! Well, it definitely won't be knitted cookies (I tried and failed miserably)! Maybe curves or something round...

Well, knitting definitely doesn't take this kind of precision, is more forgiving. I'm looking forward to your subsequent works!

swissophie posted:

Well, I would say this is out of the ordinary for sure... Haha! Not much room for improvement! Where to go when you're outdone yourself? Oh, I know... Off to curves  !

Ha! Well, it definitely won't be knitted cookies (I tried and failed miserably)! Maybe curves or something round...

Sweet Prodigy posted:
In a box posted:

Excellent job! Well done! Your piping skills are great! Did you use parchment paper cone or piping bag with a tip?

Thank you for the compliment! I used piping bags with PME tips. I only own one of each size so I used a 0 for the white, a 1 for the green and a 1.5 for the blue (a definite lesson in applying the right amount of pressure to keep the lines consistent). That said, PME tip #1 is the best size to use.

Thanks so much for sharing!

In a box posted:

Excellent job! Well done! Your piping skills are great! Did you use parchment paper cone or piping bag with a tip?

Thank you for the compliment! I used piping bags with PME tips. I only own one of each size so I used a 0 for the white, a 1 for the green and a 1.5 for the blue (a definite lesson in applying the right amount of pressure to keep the lines consistent). That said, PME tip #1 is the best size to use.