Here is how I made Lace-Embroidery cookies..(video)


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  1. The blue pen you was using that spits out the icing what is it called? What size tip do you use? Do you make your royal icing from scratch? Thanks for sharing this!

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  2. I am simply amazed after watching that video. You make it look like the easiest thing in the world to do.....which I know it's not!!! You are awesome...keep the videos coming ....they are soooooo helpful!

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  3. The blue stick isonly to mark the pattern.. I use #1 tip and You can find my Royal icing recipe in blog...

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  4. Thank you for taking the time to make this video. Exquisite work.

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  5. Omg that video is amazing, I just get hipnotized by your thecnique and wonderfull result,I cant wait until tomorrow for practice this lol. ty so much for the wonderfull video!

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  6. You are so talented. I love your videos. They are so helpful. Thanks for sharing with us. from Damron's Slice of Heaven .

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  7. Nadia that was amazing! Thank you so much for sharing! I have one more question- what was the music that played on video? I LOVE it and I must have it!!

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  8. Life of a Musicshake Legend..:)

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  9. Work of art!! Thanks for sharing, Nadia!!

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  10. gracias por el tutorial, es un trabajo precioso que prometo hacer en cuanto saque la primera hornada de galletas.
    un saludo.

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  11. Fantastic video. I think I swore for you everytime your icing line broke! thank you for sharing - you have amazing piping skills!

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  12. Your work is just out of this world, Thank you for taking the time, to make videos, for us, that is less fortunate, as talent as you have . I have watched your videos over and over.

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  13. Thank you, guys, for your comments!

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  14. Thank you sooo much for inspiring me to try this technique!!

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  15. Thank you for sharing your talent.

    Best Regards from Brasil.

    Marcelo

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  16. You are amazing! I loved watching you do this INCREDIBLE cookie. You're a master. :)))))))))

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  17. excuseme for my questions.
    What number of icing tips used for this technique? How to Fill the pastry bag?
    Sorry, I am a novice ... Help please!

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  18. Nadia thank you a MILLION times for this tutorial.

    Rachel(sweet creations by RT)

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  19. You are amazing!
    royal icing is sugarpaste?

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  20. Thanks! Royal icing is not sugarpaste..:)

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  21. Hello Nadia, do you pass your royal icing through a sieve?? i have seen that people pass it through nylon sock to get it sifted.... another question, do you make your royal icing just by hand, no beater, with a spoon?
    thanks
    Jackie

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    1. If I need a lot of icing, I use the mixer. But most of the time I do it by hand. Yes, I use a sieve.

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  22. I so enjoyed watching this video! Your work is just amazing! For your lace, do you cut the icing with an knife and count the seconds until it returns to normal? And if you do, how many seconds for the icing you use for your lace?

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    1. I do not do that. Icing for the lace should be very thick.

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  23. It so sweet Nadia. I view it so many time. I couldn't find your royal icing recipe. so sad.

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    1. Thank you! You can find my recipes here...http://cakecreationsforyou.blogspot.com/p/recipes.html

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  24. Nadia, deseo felicitarla, Ud. es una gran artista, estoy fascinada con sus trabajos pero especialmente con la imitación de encaje, es fabulosa; y muchas gracias por compartir con sus admiradores

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  25. Que maravilla!!
    Excelente trabajo :)

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  26. Thank-you for sharing. The lace-work on your cookies is beautiful!

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  27. felicitaciones por tan bello trabajo y por compartirlo!

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  28. Oh my God, it's lovely! Thanks for sharing your wonderful talent. It's so precious! Best regards Hecate

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  29. Hello! I'm completly surprise!!! I thinked you use a mold to do this! Thank you so much to share in the video that every one could try to do it easily! It's so wonderful to see, and how simple it's seems to do. Your blog is really great! Your work is so delicate, your cookies are jewelery!
    Sofylou, a french girl.

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    1. Aww, thank you for your comment!

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  30. Holy moly, that was awesome!! Thank you so much for sharing - you have the patience of a saint! x

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