Dress cookies..White, black & pink.


I was little bit busy this week...

unfortunately couldn't take pics of all cookies. 

Today I will show only dress cookies. 

I hope my Australian friends will love them:)





 To decorate these cookies I used an edible Wilton paper. 

All the lace accents are made with #1 tip






22 comments:

  1. Absolutely lovely, how long does each cookie take to make?

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  2. Thanks! I do not know ... I never watch the time while decorating..

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  3. These are incredibly beautiful, Nadia! Do you use a #1 tip on all of the lacework...it looks more like a #1.5 or #0? I've never used the edible Wilton paper. I use icing sheets to put pictures on cookies. My kids say it tastes fine...there's no real taste at all. How does the Wilton paper taste? Is it chewy? Sorry for all the questions...I'm just curious.:)

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    1. Thank you, Grace! Yes, I use #1 tip on all my lacework... I have been trying to buy #0 tip, but didn't do it yet :)) I have to try it for sure!
      Concerning the Wilton paper, it taste good, just sweet and melts in mouth..

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  4. Your work always amazes me. I love the detail in everything you do. Big fan here!

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  5. I have just discovered your beautiful work, amazing . Are you interested in a visit to Australia,
    I can supply accommodation if you supply the teaching , I know you would
    Have 4 students for sure. Trying to track down some edible e paper now..

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    1. Haha, Thank you, Lee-Ann! Unfortunately, I can not do it soon ... maybe someday :)

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  6. Nadia, anytime just let me know :-) can I bribe you with anything ?? Lol

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    1. Ok....I will think about it and let you know. :)) Lol

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  7. Hummunna, Hummanna, those are the most beautiful cookies I have ever seen !!!!!

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  8. Надя, ваша работа невероятной красоты и изящества!!Сколько труда и терпенья вложено в каждую!!!!!!!!

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    1. Спасибо большое! Мне очень приятно!

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  9. lorifiorelli@aol.comDecember 7, 2012 at 6:07 PM

    hi nadia, i am in my class three wilton cake decorating, but since i found you,i lost interest in making cake. i have few dress cookie cutters,but like yours bettter,could you share.of r .i im tring to perfect my flow,is there a product you like best.im making 50 dresses for granddaughters sweet sixteen.you know there is a nice site called craftsy, i learned alot about cakes,but there just isent enough information on your beautiful style of cookie art. thank you so much .lori fiorelli

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  10. Hi Lori,
    Since I don't have dress cookie cutter like that. I took a piece of plastic, cut it out, put it on the dough and cut out the dough.
    What product do you mean? I think 50 dresses is too much to cut out with a knife, just use cutters that you already have.

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  11. Hi my name is anna your cookies are absolutely beautiful! How did you make the black decors? Is It wet on wet technique or you painted them? Thank you!

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    1. Anna, I Used edible paper..I mentioned this in my post

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  12. It's a very easy on the eyes which makes it much more enjoyable for me to come here and visit more often. Did you hire out a designer to create your theme? Fantastic work!
    Cocktail Party Dresses

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