Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Ombre (A Brief Tutorial)

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26 comments:

  1. Just lovely. I wish this was doable with glaze icing too.

    Nicole

    www.sugarandstitches.net

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  2. 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!

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    1. Thank you! Yes, airbrushing would have been a good idea. I prefer to make things more difficult on myself! haha!!

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    2. You were my inspiration for these! :D http://tavitacakes.blogspot.com/2012/06/rose-sugar-cookies.html

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  3. Thank you Amber! It´s so cute, perfect!

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  4. Just Amazing like everything you do! :)

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  5. 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!!

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  6. You are wonderfull!I love your work. Kisses from Spain

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  7. me encantan tus galletas¡¡¡¡ muy buen tutorial, un saludo¡

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  8. Thank you for sharing this tutorial... I'll try to make them just when I have time to it... Maravillosas!!

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  9. 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?

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    1. Thank you! I keep the cookies in cellophane bags, which you can pick up at the craft store.

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  10. Thanks! You gave me an idea on how to do shingles on a roof for either cake or gingerbread house! Brilliant!

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  11. Thanks! You gave me the perfect idea to use this technique for roof shingles on a gingerbread house. It'll be perfect!

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  12. Ohh Amber es un trabajo increíble. Me ha gustado mucho. Te sigo desde España y tu trabajo siempre es muy bonito!

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  13. oh wow, this is gorgeous. I love it.

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  14. Gorgeous. So impressive. Love! ♥

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  15. Beautiful... no matter where in the world you look at it!

    schön
    magnifique
    bello
    fermoso
    lindo
    frumos
    prachtig
    vacker
    smuk
    vakker
    piekny
    kaunis
    omorfos
    gyönyöru
    lijepo
    krasny
    krasiv!!!

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  16. Love these (of course!), and so appreciate the tutorial. Hoping to try this this afternoon. :)

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  17. Gorgeous! What tip did you use to apply the frosting?

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    1. Thank you! I am using a tip 2 for these cookies.

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