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This 3-D Cookie design was made up of one flat cookie for the face base, with the nose, eyes, lips and cheeks added and hair, and feathers and neck all separate cookies. The feathers were shaped with a knife (1), the hair with a wood look roller (2) and the eye lids were baked on spoons (3) to fit the eye balls. The cheeks, nose and lips were baked over pasta shells (4). Small amount of RI was used to glue all the pieces in place and all were hand painted natural tones. As you can see by the sketch, my end product did not turn out as I had planned, but I love her at any rate and had a super ton of fun! Did I mention I learned a lot?! hehe <3

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She is beautiful!  Moreover, I am amazed at how you were able to create so many different molds from common kitchen items.  I cannot, however, for the life of me figure out how you made the lips from those pasta shells.  I see the shape similarity, but I can't quite get my head around it.  Genius, Kim!

Bakerloo Station posted:

She is beautiful!  Moreover, I am amazed at how you were able to create so many different molds from common kitchen items.  I cannot, however, for the life of me figure out how you made the lips from those pasta shells.  I see the shape similarity, but I can't quite get my head around it.  Genius, Kim!

I totally agree with Christine, Kim, you are incredible.  So far what I found in my kitchen is "I can't" things but now I need to go through it again.  Thank you for your wonderful ideas. 

Excellent! Loved it! It's really difficult molding cookies with no cookie molds (have been there participating too in this same format) we use lots of creativity in it and although the result isq not the exact one we expect, the experience enjoying to work with creativity is really excellent!

Nice work of yours! ♡

Verónika posted:

Interesting tecnnique, looks like leather embossed , good research reliefs, congratulations!

Thank you, Veronika! I do so love the natural tones. This has been a fun challange.

Anne Marie Adams posted:

Kim  I absolutely love this you've used your cookie dough just like clay I would never have thought of using shell pasta to mold lips

Thanks hun! I'm so glad you like her.

Ryoko ~Cookie Ave. posted:
Bakerloo Station posted:

She is beautiful!  Moreover, I am amazed at how you were able to create so many different molds from common kitchen items.  I cannot, however, for the life of me figure out how you made the lips from those pasta shells.  I see the shape similarity, but I can't quite get my head around it.  Genius, Kim!

I totally agree with Christine, Kim, you are incredible.  So far what I found in my kitchen is "I can't" things but now I need to go through it again.  Thank you for your wonderful ideas. 

Ryoko, thank you for your kindness! <3 I can't wait to see what happens with a few "I can" items! hehe

Sil Quiroga *Homemade Cookies by Sil* posted:

Excellent! Loved it! It's really difficult molding cookies with no cookie molds (have been there participating too in this same format) we use lots of creativity in it and although the result isq not the exact one we expect, the experience enjoying to work with creativity is really excellent!

Nice work of yours! ♡

Thank you, Sil! <3

Bakerloo Station posted:

She is beautiful!  Moreover, I am amazed at how you were able to create so many different molds from common kitchen items.  I cannot, however, for the life of me figure out how you made the lips from those pasta shells.  I see the shape similarity, but I can't quite get my head around it.  Genius, Kim!

For the lips, I broke the pasta to make it a bit thinner. I did this for the bridge of the nose and used small amounts of tin foil (removed after baking) for the nostrils. I'm so glad you like her.

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