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post #16 of 108
I agree..post them. You are not advertising them for us to buy...just to insprire us all.

Newcakelady..love the flowers.....did they take long to do all the paint brush work?

Brendansmum Great cookies! I love the nice clean lines and the theme is great!

Julia
post #17 of 108
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Brendansmum- great job! I love the horse heads!
post #18 of 108
Thanks acookieobsession!! It did not take long at all. I actually did that because I had to do something to cover up my horrible outlining!! icon_biggrin.gif

Theresa
post #19 of 108
Those cookie are great! I started looking for the new Cookie club MAY edition. Glad I remembered. Its easy to loose track when gardening season hits. Keep up the good work thumbs_up.gif I still havent gotten my camera working icon_cry.gif
Aunte Mame
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post #20 of 108
Zamode, Thanks for asking how I am doing? I am going to try out my flower cookies for this month tomorrow. I am making up some more royal icing and see how that works and am going to try mmf again then outline them with royal. Hopefully they will come out okay. I keep trying to make them look nice and the boys keep trying to eat them. Also wanted to ask, can the no fail recipe be made into chocolate dough? I though I read on here somewhere to sub some of the flour for chocolate but cannot find it.
post #21 of 108
I will get it for you crafts but I have to log out for now, hold on, I'll be back!
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post #22 of 108
Thread Starter 
there is a great chocolate cut-out coookie dough recipe on www.kitchengifts.com - where the no-fail one came from.

It's yummy!
post #23 of 108
Crafts, I use the kitchencrafts recipe that bonnie posted the link to--it is good, tastes very good with the Alice's or Antonia's icings. I think the substitution with the No-Fails was omit 1/2 cup of flour and use cocoa instead.

Take your time with the cookies....I'm definitely still learning--hence the cookie strike! icon_razz.gif --I think it has alot to do with experience but work on getting the icing the right consistency first.

How old are your little ones? If you can, try to do it when they are at school/naptime or in bed. It will give you more time and you won't feel hurried or get interrupted. Keep going, I am sure you're doing great. thumbs_up.gif
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post #24 of 108
Thanks for getting back to me so quickly. I am going to work on the icing and see what happens. I guess it is like cakes and just comes with a lot of practice. The only way to work without little ones is at night. I homeschool three boys, 15,11, and 8. So they are always here with me. I will just have to let them know that it is just like when I am doing a cake they have to go play and let me work. I am going to go write that recipe down and see how it comes out. Thanks to you and bonniebakes for helping me. Will try to post pics by the end of the week, have to see how it goes around here.
post #25 of 108
OK guys and gals, When I posted my original question as to if I should post these or not there had been 328 views to this post. There has now been over 600, no one has said no don't do it and I have had 3 people say yes and to tell you the truth IT'S KILLING ME!!!! icon_cry.gif I am pretty proud of these since it is my fourth attempt and I did them without a cookie cutter. They are a outright copy of a cookie I saw on cookiesbydesign.com. It is a wonderful site and if you haven't checked them out you should. My cookie is not even in the ballpark of theirs but I just had to try it. I hope to get better at designing my own stuff (I can't even draw a decent stick man) Please forgive me if my copying or posting these upsets the cookie cart!
Kimberly
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post #26 of 108
Kimberly they are wonderful!!! No offense taken here!! I am impressed. Especially with no cookie cutter. Wonderful job!!
Have a great day.... and pass it on!!~~Charlotte
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Have a great day.... and pass it on!!~~Charlotte
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post #27 of 108
I cannot believe those are cookies!!! That vase with the cookies picture ought to be in an art exhibition.
Not kidding , it looks like a painting. Wonderful work!!!
post #28 of 108
Oh Yippee NEWTODECORATING!!! You get the cookie crown for the month I think!! judge.gif
These are a breath of fresh air! I'm glad you decided to post. You really have done a superb job!! thumbs_up.gifthumbs_up.gifthumbs_up.gifthumbs_up.gif


Wow, really great, that's all I can say!

kos

edited - omicake--very cool avatar! icon_wink.gif
post #29 of 108
While scanning through a cookie theme forum a week or so ago, I saw someone had a picture of gardening glove cookies. I cann't seem to find them again and tried a search with no luck. It might have been in the April cookie theme forum. Does anyone know who this was?? Or where I can find the picture again??
post #30 of 108
Kos did those wonderful cookies! Here is the link...

http://www.cakecentral.com/cake-decorating-ftopict-21365.html


Thanks everyone for the kind words!
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