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You’ve spent hours deciding what you want to put on your cookie. You flood the background white. Then you get out your airbrush and stencils and go to work. First the stripe layer in metallic gold. Then the words. Great!
They turned out cute. 🙂 But are they finished? That is what you have to decide. While sometimes less really is more, other times you have to push past the initial outcome to create something truly special.
So maybe adding a border will look nice? It definitely frames out the cookie, making it feel more special than it did when it was plain.
Are you finished this time? You could be.
But maybe one more little detail would really personalize the cookie and elevate it beyond the client’s expectations…
It’s your call.
For me, I never know when to quit. So, I usually try to add just one more little touch, like adding a flower, or dusting an element with shimmer dust, or even painting an area to make it shiny, like glass.
Details matter. They impress clients. Never quit when it’s just good enough. Always be sure to put a little more effort into the details.
You’ll be glad you did.
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