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post #16 of 30
Thank you for sharing your stenciling technique. Your cookies are absolutely beautiful. I'm really looking forward to trying this.
post #17 of 30
. . . thanx for sharing . . . your cookies are nothing short of fabulous . . .
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post #18 of 30
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Thank you soooooooo much.
I will have to check into this.
At the moment I'm using Toba's Glace and piping the outlining, then using RI roses on mine.
I love the look of yours though.
But mine have to be off white....ugh..
I don't want to have to use coloring, just for the mere reason if you have to make another batch of icing, you're not always guaranteed to get the same color. So...that's my problem.
Thanks for your system...I will definately be using it in the near future.


Hello Cakegal, i would like to know your experience, or anyone in this forum, with Tobas Glace, i found it very translucent when it i have used it..

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post #19 of 30
I did art work for a living for many years and made most of my own stencils. You need a tiny, thin bladed scissors to cut with and blank stencil squares that most craft shops carry. Don't make the mistake of trying to cut mylar as it is just too thick for the tiny detail. It is lots of fun to do it this way and gives you a wide range of patterns to use.
Hope this is of some help.
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post #20 of 30
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Originally Posted by jackiee70



Hello Cakegal, i would like to know your experience, or anyone in this forum, with Tobas Glace, i found it very translucent when it i have used it..[/quote]

Try adding some brite white food color to the icing when you mix it up. Also, if it's thicker, it's going to be whiter so add more powdered sugar.
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post #21 of 30
thank you so much for sharing!!! I want to try this one day soon!
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post #22 of 30
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Originally Posted by jackiee70



Hello Cakegal, i would like to know your experience, or anyone in this forum, with Tobas Glace, i found it very translucent when it i have used it..



Try adding some brite white food color to the icing when you mix it up. Also, if it's thicker, it's going to be whiter so add more powdered sugar.[/quote]
Gemini: My TG tends to get spotty (blotchy), maybe because I'm not adding white even if adding other color?
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post #23 of 30
Always add the white! To me, it's just a part of the recipe that gets added before dividing and coloring. I haven't had a problem with spotting or cloudiness since using the brite white, so I really think it helps.
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post #24 of 30
Gemini, I think mine is called wilton white-white. Same thing?
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post #25 of 30
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Gemini, I think mine is called wilton white-white. Same thing?
Thanks



I would assume it is. It's just white food coloring. I know other decorators have mentioned they use Wilton...the brite white is Americolor.
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post #26 of 30

I know this is an old thread, but I just found it. Awesome info about stenciling cookies. Thank you!!

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post #27 of 30

Yes, it's a helpful thread.  cookie stenciling is a decorating option that gives a non-artist like me, a pretty cookie.

 

http://cakecentral.com/g/i/3130415/roll-out-sugar-cookies-royal-icing-with-royal-icing-stenciling/sort/display_order/

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post #28 of 30
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Yes, it's a helpful thread.  cookie stenciling is a decorating option that gives a non-artist like me, a pretty cookie.

 

http://cakecentral.com/g/i/3130415/roll-out-sugar-cookies-royal-icing-with-royal-icing-stenciling/sort/display_order/

Beautiful stenciled cookies MBalaska! cake to share your icing recipe?? :smile:

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post #29 of 30

Rosie2:  Thank You. That's kind.

It's a struggle to decorate neatly for me.  I use CK products Royal Icing mix. just add water. I don't do enough decorating this way so it's easier for me to open a bag.

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post #30 of 30
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Rosie2:  Thank You. That's kind.

It's a struggle to decorate neatly for me.  I use CK products Royal Icing mix. just add water. I don't do enough decorating this way so it's easier for me to open a bag.


Oh, is by CK products. I'd like to try it next time I make cookies. Thanks a lot for sharing MBalaska!

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