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A Video by Julia M Usher; Inspired by Manu's Water Lily Tutorial on Cookie Connection

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Oh how beautiful Julia! I love the plumeria flower and, as always, you've created a perfect royal icing replica @Julia M. Usher! The videos you produce are always professionally done and the detail is wonderful. Details matter. A lot! Your botanical series is a treat for the eyes, each and every one. Love them all ❤️.

I nodded at your comments regarding mesh versus acrylic stencils. I agree with your conclusions wholeheartedly. I love working with mesh stencils for the detail but they are oh so expensive . I've tried the knock-offs to get better pricing but it's almost always been a waste of $. Better to go with Evil Cake Genius' stencils for their quality when I want to splurge.

Hugs...❤️❤️

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Oh how beautiful Julia! I love the plumeria flower and, as always, you've created a perfect royal icing replica @Julia M. Usher! The videos you produce are always professionally done and the detail is wonderful. Details matter. A lot! Your botanical series is a treat for the eyes, each and every one. Love them all ❤️.

I nodded at your comments regarding mesh versus acrylic stencils. I agree with your conclusions wholeheartedly. I love working with mesh stencils for the detail but they are oh so expensive . I've tried the knock-offs to get better pricing but it's almost always been a waste of $. Better to go with Evil Cake Genius' stencils for their quality when I want to splurge.

Hugs...❤️❤️

Hi, all! My botanical series continues in this video with the tropical plumeria, or frangipani, made completely of contoured, individually piped and airbrushed royal icing transfers! Lately I’ve been feeling a bit stranded on my own personal island, so I made these pretty little tropical flowers to cheer myself up! I hope they brighten your day too! 

SPECIAL THANKS to my awesome video team Two57North and to @Manu for her inspirational water lily tutorial which spurred this botanical series!

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