Friday, May 18, 2012

Brush Embroidery and Lace in Royal Icing (video)



A tutorial on one of my favorite cookie designs. Click here for more video tutorials!

Music: Chopin Nocturne Opus 9 No 1

47 comments:

  1. you are just amazing!

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  2. Amazing cookies!!!! by far some of the best ive seen!

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  3. I'm am sitting here in utter AWE!! Stunning and perfect beyond words!!

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  4. You are so awesome!! Seriously, I always want to faint every time I saw your tutorial video. I am still learning the brush embroidery technique. Mine is still a mess but I won't give up :-) Thank you for inspiring me!

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  5. That's dedication, beatiful. You make it look so easy,just perfect. Art in a cookie!!!!

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  6. OMG my friend, You are incredibly amazing!!! I love all you tutorials, they are so relaxing and beautiful ;-)

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  7. Hubba Hubba!!! That is amazing, so pretty.

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  8. Unbelievable! Except, I watched you do it! Wow, that is just gorgeous. Thanks so much for sharing a visual demonstration of your cookie-think...I'm inspired to give it a whirl.

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  9. hi Amber, first time on your blog. link to this post shared by glorious treats on Facebook got me here. your work is beautifulllll. so neat, and perfect.
    also just saw your castle that won grand prize in wilton contest. wow.

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  10. Someday I will be able to make cookies like these AND I will charge a gajillion dollars for each one! lol Seriously, some of the most beautiful work I've ever seen. Thank you for posting the tutorial!

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  11. What coloring did you use to get that color? It is beautiful! You are amazing, I know you have heard it a million times but.....!

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  12. What coloring did you use to get that color? It is beautiful! I know you have heard it a million times, but your talent is amazing!

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  13. I'm glad I subscribed to your site. I went to sleep with your work in my mind and, surprise, I strat my day watching this amazing video. Thanks!

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  14. Nothing less than magnificent!

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  15. Nothing less than magnificent!

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  16. Congrats!! So beautiful tutorial!!! xxx

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  17. So cute and delicate!!
    Absolutely perfect :)

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  18. WOW, wonderful!... if you do it looks so easy! ;-)

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  19. WOW! Wonderful! (If you doit it looks so easy! :-)

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  20. WOW! Wonderful! If you do it it looks So easy! ;-)

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  21. Preciosa..y que pulso que tienes..increible.

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  22. Gorgeous! You have such a steady hand when piping the lines. Fabulous job!

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  23. I tried this technique this morning and the results weren't bad! Your tutorials are completely fabulous - thank you!!!!!!

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  24. Beyond words! I am mesmerized.

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  25. Sin duda!.. una maravilla! Y mientras veo el video me pregunto a mi misma en voz alta: _ Cómo hará para que no se le seque la glassa en la punta de la boquilla siendo tan fina? Y mi hija (5 años) que está al lado mio viendo el video me contesta: _ Mamá, es que ella tiene elegancia haciendo la galleta y tú no. :O Eso me pasa por preguntar.

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  26. It was so nice to start my day reading all of your lovely comments. I know I've said this before, but I really am happy that you all enjoy my tutorials. Thank you so much for taking the time to watch them.

    xoxo Amber

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  27. Oh my!! These are amazing!!

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  28. Fantastic !!!!!!!!!!!! ��

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  29. The problem is I could watch this all day - The problem is - I did!
    Totally unbelievably out of this world!

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  30. Amber, Your work is incredible & so beautiful to look at! I love watching your tutorial videos - thank you for taking the time to make them.

    I do have a question....when you make your straight lines across the cookie, are you holding your tip slightly above the cookie & allowing the icing to fall as you go, or are you keeping the tip almost directly on the cookie?

    Thanks!

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  31. ¡Gracias por compartir tanto! Es un lujo verte trabajar.

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  32. beeeeeellllllllllllllllo como todo lo que haces!!! tratare de hacerla en casa aunque no creo q me salgaigual!!! saludos y gracias por compartirla.

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  33. Belllaaaa!! me encanta como todo lo que haces!!!! tratare de hacerla en casa, aunque no me saldrá igual de bella. gracias por compartirla. saludos desde Madrid.

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  34. Absolutely amazing ! Your piping skills are out of the world !!

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  35. You are very talented ! Your piping skills are amazing !!!

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  36. First congrats, LOVE! your decorated cookies, you do an amazing job and second would like to know were can I getba cookie cutter likehe one you are using :D thanks.

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  37. amazing talent ... just liked your Facebook page. it's a shame you have to eat the cookies, they are so beautiful :))

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  38. I wish customers would look at this video and notice how long it takes to create ONE single cookie!! 11 minutes does not include baking the cookies, making and coloring the icing, and flooding the base of the cookie.

    These are simply beautiful and I love all your work!! New fan!!!

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    1. That is very true!! Thank you so much! I'm glad you like my work :)

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