Wow, this was such a great tutorial. I absolutely love your work. Thanks for sharing!Tricia @The Cookie Loft Girls.
Guauuuuu!! I'm lovin' it!!
WOW! This tutorial is great, every cookie you make is a masterpiece.Un beso, Miriam G.
Amber you are so creative, thanks for the exceptional instructions.
Thank you so much for sharing. Your work is exceptional!
This is fantastic! Thank you so much for letting us take a peek behind the curtain to see how you make your magical creations. I just baked some spider web cookies and was wondering how I could make a cool, more realistic-looking spider, and now I know! Thank you again.
me encanta felicidades, yo aun no me atrevo le tengo un miedo a la glase espectacular
Thank you Amber! You have the Best tutorials!
Stunning! Adding a touch if dust here and a touch if dust there makes such a huge impact!
Thank you for this fantastic work.
Oh, thank you!!!!! My 5 year old will be so happy with these :) Thank you sooo much!!!!
Oh! Amber! These Halloween cookies are so fantastic and elegant!!Thank you for sharing !! Beijos Paula
You have a new follower!!!This cookie is just outstanding!Regards from UruguayValen
sharing is why you are so succesful!!congrats!
These are amazing. You truly are great at what you do!
Love that they are festive but still within your cookie style! Sometimes with the wet-on-wet technique, I get a little bit of bleeding once the cookies are dry. How do you combat this? I've heard that if you wait a little while between flooding and adding the wet detailing that helps. What do you think? Do you always add the "wet" details immediately after flooding?
I love that these are festive but still fall into your cookie style! I've had some trouble with bleeding when I do the wet-on-wet technique. Do you always add the "wet" detailing immediately after flooding, or do you wait a few minutes? What do you do to combat bleeding?
Thanks! I do add the second color immediately when doing the wet on wet technique. The bleeding issue could be because of the recipe you are using or it could be because there is too much food coloring in the icing. Try using as little as possible to achieve the color that you need. Thank you for your comment!
oh gosh O_o, its like you created beautifully what I had in mind after seeing your bee tutorial!Amazing!
I spent the whole day going through your blog. You are very talented and your ideas are gorgeous. I have 2 questions for you. How do you reach this beige color? I love it. And what about stacking cookies onto each other? I mean when you send them how do you package them? Can you stack them or not? There's no risk to break the decorations?
Thank you!This color is a mixture of black and brown. I package my cookies with lots of tissue paper and bubble wrap so that the decorations don't get damaged during shipping.
I love this tutorial and will be sure to follow it next time I am doing spider cookies....you are such a talented person..thank you for sharing your knowledge of decorating!!!
Your creations are so beautiful! I have followed you for awhile now, but always wondered something... I notice you often say let the cookies dry for a few hours or overnight, but I am always afraid if I leave them out they will go stale. Do you seal them somehow when drying or are they ok left out for some amount of time?Thanks for sharing some of your secrets with us. You are truly talented :).Katie
Meencanta tu trabajo, estaba buscando ideas para el cumpleaños de mi hija mayor, que hacemos fiesta temática de Halloween y me he quedado encantada con el blogg, tnto que ahora mismo me hago seguidora.Felicidades por tu trabajo!!Sólo una pregunta: cómo haces para que la tela de araña parezca borrosa y no sobrepintada en el color balnco?Un besete y feliz semana!!
que manos ya megustaria ami tener unas manos como esas que guais un 10 no un 20 lomenos besos
Hi Amber,You are a true inspiration to me. I´trying know to start doing my own cookies but I have some trouble making the stiff consistency. Can you tell me if you beat again you storage royal icing? (Sorry for the english!!)Thank you so much
Thank you! Here is a link to my post about royal icing:http://amberspiegel.blogspot.com/2011/06/royal-icing-lesson.htmlYou can store it in the refrigerator in an air tight container for up to 10 days.
Thank you so much. But after you store it do you use the paddle again to do for example the bead border?Thank you
You should mix the icing again after it's been in the fridge for a day or more. You can put it back in the mixer, but I usually just mix it again by hand because I work with a relatively small amount at a time.
oh my god! these are stunning! love your blog,Happymess
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