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post #16 of 30
Joanne, I've done something like this, I decorated the cookie then piped a border with royal, then put the sprinkles on the wet royal and let dry.
post #17 of 30
I did something similiar with a round image.

I just flooded the entire circle, centered my image(which was also round but a bit smaller) then waited a few minutes, then used sprinkles.

It was pretty easy in fact. I used a color that coordinated with the image.

I think I have a few pics in my gallery. They were for Christmas and I purchased the edible images from Pfeil and Holing.
post #18 of 30
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LOLOL That's ok Dawn! Count me in for the Michigan Cake Club too! And where is the cookie class being taught with Michelle Bomarito?
post #19 of 30
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LOLOL That's ok Dawn! Count me in for the Michigan Cake Club too! And where is the cookie class being taught with Michelle Bomarito?
post #20 of 30
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Originally Posted by Joanne914

LOLOL That's ok Dawn! Count me in for the Michigan Cake Club too! And where is the cookie class being taught with Michelle Bomarito?



The class is at Heinrich.
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post #21 of 30
my class is may 20th hope this is the same as yours as of Saturday they still had room 586-758-5100 I really need a cake club where do we want to meet to talk about getting started I know summers are hard for a lot of people but if we meet and exchange numbers maybe we can start one did I say I really need one
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post #22 of 30
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Originally Posted by dg10148

my class is may 20th hope this is the same as yours as of Saturday they still had room 586-758-5100



dg10148, they must have opened up a third class! The first one is April 29, and my date is May 6 and you are May 20! I was told when I called that she will only take 18 per class, do you know if this is true?
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post #23 of 30
yes that is what they told me to 18
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post #24 of 30
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Well, dg10148 and onceuponacookie, I called and got into the May 20 class.
Thanks for the info. Now all we need is Dawn (kneadacookie)! Wanna come
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post #25 of 30
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Originally Posted by Joanne914

Well, dg10148 and onceuponacookie, I called and got into the May 20 class.
Thanks for the info. Now all we need is Dawn (kneadacookie)! Wanna come
"play" Dawn? icon_lol.gif



Oh good! I am making the trip down there tomorrow for a few things. : )
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post #26 of 30
Joanne - I bet you could "poaint" on a border with piping gel, too and the sprinkles would adhere to that.
post #27 of 30
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Thanks again to everyone that took the time to post an idea on how to do this. I really appreciate all of your input. As soon as I have "two seconds" to my name...I will try them all out and see which one works best. I will be sure to report back with details and pics!
post #28 of 30
oh man, that sounds like fun! i think we'd get into too much trouble giggling in the front row. i would love to take a class, but i'm already signed up for a business series out at schoolcraft. 6 weeks of tuesdays thru may and part of june. i'm pretty excited. i'm researching opening a commercial kitchen that we can rent out space. gotta get all my ducks in a row!!!
i'll catch you ladies next time. or maybe it doesn't even have to be a class(also trying to figure out the michigan cake and cookie club thing)
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post #29 of 30
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OK Dawn ...you're off the hook this time! But only because I want to be the first one that you rent space to in your NEW COMMERCIAL KITCHEN! icon_biggrin.gif Remember your CC friends when you're looking for renters! We'll fill your space in no time!

We will be sure to let you know how the class goes. We'll try not to giggle too much!
post #30 of 30
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Originally Posted by cookiemookie

I did something similiar with a round image.

I just flooded the entire circle, centered my image(which was also round but a bit smaller) then waited a few minutes, then used sprinkles.



I did just about the same thing.......flooded the whole cookie, placed the image, but I sprinkled the sprinkles immediately. icon_smile.gif
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