Valentine's day cookies Part 1

Christmas holidays are gone...no more firecrackers or the lights on the houses... 
The time flies so fast! 

Here is a new upcoming holiday - Valentine's day! 
Many decorators already amaze us with their new ideas for cookie decorating. 
Last week I did few projects for Valentine's day.
 In this post I will show you few pictures. 
Of course the main cookie cutter for Valentine's is a heart cutter. 
You know how I love this cutter. 
Here I used lace technique, "wet on wet" and drawing.




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    1. Hi Nadia,
      I'm from Belgium and just discovered your Blog. Your cookies are beautiful !!!!
      I also decorate cookies but have still a lot to learn. May I ask you some questions ?
      Here we have the problem that I can't find all those things you use for decorating (special prinkles, etc .). It would be nice to stay in contact.

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    2. Hi, thank you for your words! I bought all cookie stuff at different online store and local craft stores.

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  2. HI YOUR COOKIES ARE AMAZING. BUT WHAT OF YOUR RECIPES YOU USED? BROWNIE COOKIES OR CHOCOLATE COOKIES? THANK YOU!

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  3. i tuoi lavori sono senza dubbio i migliori che io abbia mai visto! Stupefacente!!

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  4. Oh My GOSH! What beautiful cookies. How can you eat them? I have one important question, HOW do you have the patience to decorate them? You deserve an award for these beautiful cookies.

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    1. Awww, thank you for your kind words! I just love to do it :)

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  5. OMG, such amazing cookies!!! I love them all :)

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  6. So beautiful and the red icing against the dark cookies is stunning.

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  7. Oh my goodness!
    Gorgeous Valentine's Day Cookies.
    These look wonderful!
    Yummy!!! Pretty and Super Tasty.
    Thank You.

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  8. These are stunning! I am dying to know what size tip you used for the intricate piping??

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    1. Thank youb, Amy! I don't use any tips, just disposable bags...You can use #1 or #0 tip.

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