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Hi, Lynette, it looks like she spread icing over some form of textured surface, let the icing dry, and then removed the textured surface, so you're seeing the dried underside of the icing. Our site contributor @Aproned Artist did a similar surface/texture, though on a much larger scale, in one of her recent tutorials, which you can find here: https://cookieconnection.julia...-artist-moon-landing. Aproned Artist's post should be a great help.

Aside: Have you tried reaching out to the person who made the cookies you shared in the link above? Usually the best explanation will come straight from the source, and hopefully this creator would be flattered by your inquiry and help out!

Thank you for the reply.  She sells classes where she teaches her awesome techniques.  That's not an option for me so I thought I'd ask here.

Since you seem to be monitoring this, I wished to communicate to a woman here who made cookies I saw a picture of and loved so much that I searched for years for the supplies to make them myself and then made them.  I saw that same picture here and finally know who made them!  I put a comment below where I see the photo, but I've read your comments elsewhere that many people post and don't return to see comments.  I don't see another way to contact her.  I thought she would feel good to see the impact she made.  Her name is Lorena Rodriguez.

I also hold a special place in my heart for you.  Years ago I contacted you to ask how to transport my cookies safely.  I believe you were actually in an airport about to leave for a seminar, but you took time to answer and fully explain it all, complete with a link to the carriers you use.  I think of you every time I make cookies and put them in those carriers.  You are right, they are PERFECT!  Thank you for being such a wonderful woman.

I'll watch the video now and THANK YOU SO VERY MUCH and God bless you!

Thank you for the reply.  She sells classes where she teaches her awesome techniques.  That's not an option for me so I thought I'd ask here.

Since you seem to be monitoring this, I wished to communicate to a woman here who made cookies I saw a picture of and loved so much that I searched for years for the supplies to make them myself and then made them.  I saw that same picture here and finally know who made them!  I put a comment below where I see the photo, but I've read your comments elsewhere that many people post and don't return to see comments.  I don't see another way to contact her.  I thought she would feel good to see the impact she made.  Her name is Lorena Rodriguez.

I also hold a special place in my heart for you.  Years ago I contacted you to ask how to transport my cookies safely.  I believe you were actually in an airport about to leave for a seminar, but you took time to answer and fully explain it all, complete with a link to the carriers you use.  I think of you every time I make cookies and put them in those carriers.  You are right, they are PERFECT!  Thank you for being such a wonderful woman.

I'll watch the video now and THANK YOU SO VERY MUCH and God bless you!

Thanks for the very sweet words. I do monitor the site as its founder . . . @Lorena RodrΓ­guez is a member of this site as well. To reach her, go to the "Members" section of this site and search her name. Her member profile will come up, and if she's left an email address on it, you can contact her that way, or private-message her under the "Private Message" feature under your own member profile. I have also tagged her here (which you can also do using the @[ENTER USERNAME]) feature, so hopefully she will see your comment above.

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