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post #166 of 205
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chelseak, I forgot to tell you how beautiful your cookies are! LOVE the colors, and the designs are very striking.



GeminiRJ - Wow! Thanks! Coming from you, that is a huge compliment! You are a cookie master icon_smile.gif Do you use a projector for your cookies? I wish I could get one, but too much $$ for just my little hobby!
post #167 of 205
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Originally Posted by GeminiRJ


chelseak, I forgot to tell you how beautiful your cookies are! LOVE the colors, and the designs are very striking.



GeminiRJ - Wow! Thanks! Coming from you, that is a huge compliment! You are a cookie master icon_smile.gif Do you use a projector for your cookies? I wish I could get one, but too much $$ for just my little hobby!



Yes, I have a projector. I've only started using it for cookies. For the most part, I've used it for cakes. It's expensive, yes, but worth every penny!
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post #168 of 205
Congrats, chefjulie!

I almost bought a KopyKake projector at a garage sale once... (From a lady who'd had a lifelong career as a cake decorator who was then retiring.) I now KICK myself for not buying it!!!!
post #169 of 205
At the risk of looking stupid, can I ask how a projector's used to make cookies? icon_redface.gif
post #170 of 205
A projector can project an image to much larger or much smaller it's original size. You use the larger part for cakes and shrink the images with the projector for cookies.
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post #171 of 205
Ok, I'm a procrastinator I know...........but I made it!!!


Here are a couple cookies for a little bouquet I"m doing.....she said "do whatever, we're just going to eat them" lol

she wanted "spring" themed so that works!

The 3 bigger cookies are SUPPOSED to look like tulips that are varrigated (sp?) you know.....kinda streaked.......not too easy to pull across with icing!

I have another "seed packet" cookie that's not decorated yet (you can see my edible marker kinda popped through the icing a little on different sections so I'm waiting to do the other one!


edited to add that the one tulip on the right where the outline is raised........I'm making another one that's flat like the other two......kinda liked that look better!
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post #172 of 205
So, so cute, KHalstead -- I love them!!!
post #173 of 205
Khalstead, those are lovely...I think they look quite like tulips...good job!
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post #174 of 205
Very cute!
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post #175 of 205
Wow, these are some beautiful cookies! Maybe for May I will be able to do some.
post #176 of 205
thanks guys..........ok, here is my other seed packet

This cookie is like 1" by 1" square the're so little.

My 6 yr. old daughter drew the roses....I KID YOU NOT!!!

That's why I wanted the icing nice and dry! She amazes me.......you should see her cake sketches! lol
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post #177 of 205
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Originally Posted by KHalstead

My 6 yr. old daughter drew the roses....I KID YOU NOT!!!



NO WAY!!!!! Tell her I said she's a "budding artist" -- sorry I couldn't resist. Seriously, though, she has talent!!!
post #178 of 205
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love the seed packets (and WOW you do have an artist!) and the tulips... the variegated looks really good!
post #179 of 205
No way!! Your daughter is amazing and of course a great asset to your cookies!! Wow!

chefjulie, congrats!! Hope you and the baby are doing fine.
post #180 of 205
You sure start training them young, KHalstead! Yes, she is quite the "budding" (haha!) artist, indeed.

Your cookies are very cool -- the tulips almost look like brush embroidery. Is that sanding sugar in the center of the yellow flower? The tiny seed packets are sweet. (How the heck do you decorate a cookie that is one inch square?!?!? -- I guess a SIX-year-old's fingers are small enough to do that, but mine sure aren't! icon_lol.gificon_lol.gificon_lol.gif
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