There are certain things in life, I just do not want to take part of....jogging is one and piping with royal icing is another ;-) I did, however, want to try and make some elegant Halloween cookies. I had a master plan and I was going to get on the B.E. bandwagon. These are the cookies that were the product of that plan.
I spent many hours studying others' work. The pressure was on, as my predecessors had made stunning cookies using the brush embroidery technique. Everyone has a different style and various approaches to their work. I basically gleaned bits and pieces of everyone's tips, tutorials and art to get my results. I am definitely going to try other methods and will keep you posted on the results that I get with each.
In the interim, I am posting three videos from different sources that show varying methods of brush embroidery. The first is by Elaine MacGregor. This is a more traditional approach and the results are exquisite.
The next tutorial is from a Wilton instructor (I apologize, but they did not state her name), using the Wilton Method.
The third video was produced more recently by an exceptional decorator, Ali, from Ali Bee's Bake Shop. Not only is Ali talented, but she's got "heart"! She and her family just relocated to Joplin, MO! I encourage you to go to her Facebook page and let her know how much we appreciate her tutorial!
So that, my dear friends is my post on brush embroidery. As always, if you have any questions, tips, comments or pics to share, please let me know. I will be happy to post the information.
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