Mil gracias por el tutorial, el corazón salió precioso!!! Gracias por compartir. Saludos desde Canarias Spain.Lola
I love this tutorial, You make it look so easy. What is the tip you are using,(at the begining), and is the Icing your Glaze are your Royal Icing. Thank you so much. From Damron's Slice of Heaven
Thank you so much for sharing! I now follow you on Facebook and here, love your work!! It is so beautiful!!!
Thanks, guys! You can use glaze or Royal icing. I use #1 tip
I thought the video and cookie were both perfect! Great tutorial!Thank you for this. I'm going to try wet on wet and not using a tip for everything I decorate. I'm excited!Jacinda
Thanks sooo much for the tutorials for this and the lace! They are soo beautiful! You make it very easy to understand!
How do u store unused icing? and for how long can it be kept .. :) i find you the perfect guru for cookie decor Nadia .. *salute*
I store in plastic containers in the refrigerator...I never make a lot of icing. But if you have a lot, you can store it for a month in the refrigerator and for a long time in the freezer.
WOW, THANK YOU FOR SHARING!!! YOU DO ART, I THINK I WILL NEVER EAT ONE OF YOUR COOKIES, I INSTED SEE THEM ALL DAY LONG JAJAJA
Muchas gracias por el tutorial y por compartirlo .Un saludo desde Valencia Spain
Nadia realmente ud. es una artista, me fascinan todos sus trabajos,el húmedo sobre húmedo es espectacular y las galletas,de encaje son la perla de la corona.Gracias por darnos la oportunidad de aprender, aunque necesitaremos de mucha práctica.Saludos desde Venezuela.
Thank you so much!
Nadia, normally when should we can put RI into cookies before it's cook or after. If after cookies cooks how long should we wait for RI to dry? can we just put at open place to let it dry? Thanks. I visit your blog almost every day.
Yes, after the cookies are baked and cooled, you can cover them with icing. After this cookies dries at least 5-6 hours or more..