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And I thought life was crazy in August! I had no idea…
The last few months have been a whirlwind of installing new floors, baking a lot (mostly cookies), and attempting to find time to put my house back together.
I am definitely failing at the last one, but I keep working at it when I get a chance… or when I am not procrastinating.
Since I haven’t posted in awhile, and certainly have not made an tutorials lately, I figured I would at least post some pictures of my work. 🙂
I was so excited to get a 3-D printer for Christmas, and it has already been so helpful in printing customized cookie cutters for my jobs. Below is the “Thank You” cutter and stamp I made to go with the hockey jersey cookies.
I printed the bear cutter to go with these woodland critters for a baby shower. Then, I proceeded to hand-paint them all with Sugarprism Edible Paint to match the invites and decorations. My first attempts at color matching are below as well. 🙂
One of my favorite customers had her 40th birthday, and while she picked and planned her party, her friend’s surprised her by moving it up a week. 🙂
I hand-painted the rose gold on all the cookies except the microphones. I used my airbrush for those.
The shiny effect on the bottles is from a combination of vodka and corn syrup, painted on once the black icing had hardened.
Lastly, these baby shower cookies were made by stenciling on “oh baby” and hand-painting the gold and greenery.
Phew! January was a busy month, hopefully this one is a little less busy so I have time to work on my house.
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