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Very pretty, Carol. A couple of questions about the techniques used: (1) Where is the airbrushing and stenciling? (Can't make it out from this vantage point.) (2) And the marbled wood grain . . . is that the wet-on-wet technique or something else? Thanks!

Thanks Julia . The upper right is a "wood grain" stencil that I used and then took a damp paint brush to try and create a little more "organic" look so that it didn't look quite so "perfect". Make sense? Not sure if there was another tag that fit the technique better. The lower left section was created with 3 different brown tones that I flooded together and then blended them with a scribe. One of the brown tones wasn't the same consistency of icing to create that rustic look. It's harder to see because the tones were (perhaps) too close in color? That area isn't completely smooth (intentionally) Still unsure if that was a good idea or not...

This was a practice cookie. Primarily, I wanted to try the idea of painting over a stencil. Still unsure whether it's a good idea. Perhaps a good idea but needs better execution. Don't know...

@LisaF posted:

This is wonderful! So many interesting textures and techniques. It comes together beautifully.

Thank you so very much Lisa @LisaF!!!! You're always kind, supportive, and so encouraging 💖 ❤️ 💗  Hugs...

Wow my sweet friend, this is such exclusive cookie again!! I love your style and cookies as always dear Carol! Happy Easter  @Cookies Fantastique ❤️

Thank you so very much dear Gabi @Icingsugarkeks!!! Your words always put a big smile on my face in thanks for the kindnesses you always show ❤️. Happy Easter to you as well, my sweet friend ❤️❤️❤️ Hugs...

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