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white pine

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I do these cookies every year as a welcome to fall kind of thing. I use a shortbread cookie, and a thin glaze divided by color in cups which I "paint" with.
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Oh those are great. Such patience you must have:) They would be great in sugar cookies as well. Thanks for sharing.
 

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Oh those are great. Such patience you must have:) They would be great in sugar cookies as well. Thanks for sharing..
You are right, sugar cookies would be good too.. Oddly, I always do a lemon shortbread for these and lemon glaze. I collect leaf cookie cutters. The glazing is real easy to do, DH enjoys helping, and we can eat our poor outcomes!
 

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How pretty! it would go great in a farmer's market...
 

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Wow.....those look great....at quick glance, thought they were real
 

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gorgeous! how do you get such bright colors?
 

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These are amazing! I'd like to see them closer up, though. Much closer. If I send you my address, how about you send me a box???
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gorgeous! how do you get such bright colors?.
I just add drops of food coloring into the cups until I get colors I like. It's fun to do, but they can stain, so I use an old vinyl tablecloth to protect the table.
 
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