Monday, April 2, 2012

Happy Spring! Hyacinth Cookie How-to

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25 comments:

  1. Absolutely beautiful. And your tutorial is so well written and easy to follow. Thank you for sharing. :)

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  2. The detail is just exquisite, these are gorgeous! Loving the layers of tiny cookies, just incredible. Bravo!!

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  3. I'm impressed, these cookies are really gorgeous!

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  4. Beautiful!! Your cookies are prefect.

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  5. These are just INCREDIBLE!! The design is amazing, and the colors are perfect! Really beautiful work!!

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  6. What a beautiful Hyacinth you created! Love the color palette and decorating technique...

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  7. These are sooo beautiful! You are so talented and creative. I love how the cookies aren't actually attached on the platter. I love them!!

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  8. Amber, I lI've everything you do because you have a touch that I do not have! I've always wished I could do soft, sweet, and delicate, but it eludes me...I guess I'll just have to be happy staring at yours!!! These are truly stunning!!!

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  9. omg all those little flowers! What patience you have!! :) Very beautiful!

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  10. I could not wait to see the way they were decorated! They are truly beautiful!!

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  11. Perfect, absolutely perfect! I'm in awe of the beauty I see here, Amber. In love with your cookies, period!

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  12. Amber, these are exquisite! The layering of all the teeny-tiny cookies is just perfect, and your tutorial is so detailed & easy to follow. I'm really excited to make these myself! Thank you!

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  13. I love love love love these, did I mention I love these. I was showing the pictures to my mom and she said look those those are so cool and I couldn't agree more. I can totally see these being a hit at a tea party or even a wedding..like build your own flower thing. Your techniques always amaze me, everything you do is pure joy to look at and I'm happy you were able to participate in the cookie party.

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  14. Just perfect.. great. Thanks for sharing.

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  15. Amber these Hyacinth cookies are so gorgeous. How fun would that be to give ONE Hyacinth cookie to a child and it's actually a whole bunch of cookies together! Fun! Love all the colors and all the details! Thanks for sharing!

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  16. Your Hyacinths are so gorgeous and delicate looking and I love your colour palette. Great tutorial and a wonderful presentation. I am very flattered to have been included in some a wonderful group of talented decorators such as yourself.

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  17. How do I love these cookies? Let me count the ways: I LOVE the colors so much (your dabs of icing are even beautiful!) LOVE the way you arranged them, LOVE the amazing tutorial, LOVE your cool scribe tool... Wait, I think I'm in love with you Amber.

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    1. Oh Liz, the feeling is mutual! Your cookies make me swoon

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  18. Thank you everyone for all of your comments! I'm glad to have been a part of this project and I'm thrilled to see the response it has gotten on all the participating cookiers' blogs!

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  19. Happy, happy spring & Easter to Amber and all the other amazing talents who joined this virtual cookie party! You've all brought a new dimension to spring flowers!

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  20. Amber, Your cookies are stunning! I truly enjoyed seeing the process. Thanks so much for sharing!

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  21. Your cookies are tremendlisly beautiful!Thank you for sharing!

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