Just lovely. I wish this was doable with glaze icing too.Nicolewww.sugarandstitches.net
ooo I love this technique! I thought you had sprayed them with edible food coloring but I realize it's much more work! Great job!
Thank you! Yes, airbrushing would have been a good idea. I prefer to make things more difficult on myself! haha!!
You were my inspiration for these! :D http://tavitacakes.blogspot.com/2012/06/rose-sugar-cookies.html
Thank you Amber! It´s so cute, perfect!
Just Amazing like everything you do! :)
I have played with transition of colors too (http://bakeandfun.blogspot.com.es/2012/03/sarapes-mexicanos.html), but.. what is it that your cookies look so amazing and mines just... normal ;-).. you are an artist!!
You are wonderfull!I love your work. Kisses from Spain
me encantan tus galletas¡¡¡¡ muy buen tutorial, un saludo¡
Thank you for sharing this tutorial... I'll try to make them just when I have time to it... Maravillosas!!
Thank you everyone!!
marvellous!! simply amazing. amber I am planning to make some cookies for my friend's graduation party this weekend and I wanted to ask u that after icing the cookies what do u use to wrap them to keep them away from drying?
Thank you! I keep the cookies in cellophane bags, which you can pick up at the craft store.
Thanks! You gave me an idea on how to do shingles on a roof for either cake or gingerbread house! Brilliant!
Thanks! You gave me the perfect idea to use this technique for roof shingles on a gingerbread house. It'll be perfect!
Ohh Amber es un trabajo increíble. Me ha gustado mucho. Te sigo desde España y tu trabajo siempre es muy bonito!
oh wow, this is gorgeous. I love it.
All I can say is wow!!!!
Gorgeous. So impressive. Love! ♥
Beautiful... no matter where in the world you look at it!schönmagnifiquebellofermosolindofrumosprachtigvackersmukvakkerpieknykaunisomorfosgyönyörulijepokrasnykrasiv!!!
Thank you!! :) :)
Love these (of course!), and so appreciate the tutorial. Hoping to try this this afternoon. :)
Gorgeous! What tip did you use to apply the frosting?
Thank you! I am using a tip 2 for these cookies.
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