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What I did today

Masked Man

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I attempted to make sugar cookies today using royal icing. I've never done it before so it looks a bit messy and my colors could have been brighter. Thought I would post a photo of my cookies so you all can see. Still, not bad for a first attempt. I have to take these into work tomorrow. I hope people like them.
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tree

Blue/Green
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Did you make the dough?
Or use a cookie roll (ready made dough from store)?
 

tree

Blue/Green
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Gingerbread house making is fun.
Doesn't have to be big.

You could practice technique first by
using graham crackers....
 

Masked Man

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Gingerbread house making is fun.
Doesn't have to be big.

You could practice technique first by
using graham crackers....
That's true. The plan I have isn't a big house. It's pretty small. But it's all the icing that it would require to hold it together and decorate it.

Not to mention I have no idea where I'd put it lol!
 

tree

Blue/Green
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I had a gingerbread house in the back room one year
and was not at all happy that a possum had opened
the back door and come in to gnaw on the house.

When I was a child I made sugar cube houses with
frosting for mortar.

And I have made various sized gingerbread houses.

No idea where you'd put a gingerbread house?
If it were only 3 by 3 inches, and you eat at a table,
seems like it would fit in about as much space as a
saucer.

If anybody still uses saucers for cups and the whole
cup/saucer thing hasn't been replaced with take out
or mugs.
 

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