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    Those turned out great - so clean looking! The whites look fine together to me!

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    Senior Member focadima's Avatar
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    omg these are GREAT--perfect transfers!!

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    I am floored by ur talent! They are so precise and clean! Amazing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DippinPops View Post
    Thanks, and yes they are transfers. I did the white arrow thingy, then the next day plopped those on the wet red circles and piped the letters. Next day I flooded the cookies and placed all of the transfers on, and added black pearls. I used Sugarbelles transfer method this time instead of parchment - on clear transfers. Sooo much easier to see thru! And you MUST put down some Crisco or they won't come off! I also used my embossing gun for about 30 seconds on everything - I did all of these steps instead of KK because with all of the black/red/white issues everyone seems to have, I was afraid of bleeding (I had none : ). Plus, not one casualty cookie yay!

    These will be put in individual freezer bags and frozen until needed...
    They're beautiful!!!! Don't change a thing! fantastic job! I'm going to check out Sugarbelle's transfer method for future reference! I really like how your work turned out!!!!!

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    Thanks everyone! This is a new design for a repeat order - used to be plain red stars with black letters (yawn!). I like these way better even though they are more time consuming (& weigh 20% more & I'm charging the same amount.) I especially like that I can do the transfers whenever I have some spare time & store them for later. However, I had to hand cut one side since I don't have a rectangle that size - may have to have a sturdy one made since I will be doing a lot of these. (And I stress sturdy, as my rectangle cutter is a little wonky...)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thyjuan View Post
    They're beautiful!!!! Don't change a thing! fantastic job! I'm going to check out Sugarbelle's transfer method for future reference! I really like how your work turned out!!!!!
    Sorry, it was Sweetopia's blog where I saw this method!

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    Great job, Michelle! No one is going to compare them against the tag.

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