Kotikondiittorit ovat jakaneet luomuksistaan kuvia nettiin kilpaillen siitä, kenen leivonnaiset ovat kaikista komeimpia. Perinteisesti kakkujen koristelut saavat ihmiset ihastelemaan leipureiden taitoja.
Jessica Clark-Bojin on leipuri, joka tekee taidetta piirakoilla. Hänen piirakkansa eroavat perinteisestä marja- tai omenapiiraasta melkoisesti. Ne ovat kuin pieniä taideteoksia, joiden kuvia Clark-Bojin esittelee muun muassa Instagramissa.
Julkkisten ja tunnettujen hahmojen kuvia piirakoihin taiteileva nainen on kerännyt suuren fanijoukon sosiaalisessa mediassa. Hän loi piirakkaprofiilinsa Instagramiin kolme vuotta sitten, ja sen jälkeen kuvia on kommentoitu ja jaettu miljoonia kertoja.
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Say hello to #TilePies! A fool-proof way of creating neat pie designs – you don’t have to worry about filling exploding through the cracks or the pie bottom getting soggy while you faff on with your details because these dough tiles are baked separately on a cookie sheet and added post bake! ⠀⠀ My mum @violetteclark was born in Casablanca Morocco 🇲🇦 and was always into cool tile patterns like this (albeit in brighter colors!) So this pie is a bit of an homage to her background, with a touch of my own graphic/mod style thrown in. I hope you like it! It’s a slight departure from my usual representational pies, but it’s fun to branch out and experiment with new techniques from time to time 😊 ⠀⠀ If you aren’t into hand painting tile designs, you could easily use stencils with different colors of edible powders (see my stories for how to do tidy pie stenciling) or use luster dusts and a little sponge brush. Or go really wild with splatter painting half the tiles and gold leafing the other half 😆 To make a tile pie, just roll out some dough on a parchment sheet, cut a circle the size of your pan, use a ruler to quickly cut out your squares, then freeze the whole thing. Once frozen, you can safely pick up the pieces and spread them out for decorating – and it works with any type of pie dough, even gluten free! ⠀⠀ If square tiles aren’t your bag, you can use an assortment of different geometric cutters and create tessellations with hexagons, triangles, or if you’re feeling fancy even little MC Escher animals… Tag me if you try it – I’d love to see your interpretation! ⠀⠀ Are there other traditional/cultural motifs or patterns that you think would make a lovely pie? Let me know in the comments below and I’ll check them out! 🌍🌏🌎💚 ⠀⠀ #moroccandesign #tiles #tileart #blueberrypie #quilt #tiledesign #tilestyle
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Happy Easter and Passover and Sunday everybody!! 💐💕 I’m so excited to share this, my first ever collab with my friend and constant inspiration @luxeandthelady (who’s real name is also Jessica!) We’ve been looking for a collab to do together for a while and with the Springy holidays coming up (and the #pieartanimalscollab happening now until May 12th) she suggested we tackle Disney’s Bambi. Check out her page this afternoon to see Bambi’s good buddy Thumper! 🐰 Jessica’s super Kawaii treats have always been a delight, but it’s her photo styling and sense of design that really blow my mind… I hope you love her work as much as I do! ⠀⠀ Now for me it’s time finish the last bit of tidying before the family arrives – we’re hosting Easter this year and as my son said “the Easter bunny is going to feel bad for coming here and dump all the eggs in the garbage if we don’t get the yard looking nicer” 😂 ⠀⠀ What are you baking this weekend? Any family traditions involving your own special treats? Share in the comments below! I love hearing about all the unique things people create for these big family holidays 😊💕 ⠀⠀ Oh! And before I forget – after your are done checking out Jessica’s fab Thumper pie – head over to my friend @coderxbaker who has just posted a gorgeous Bambi pie too! So much glorious Pie Art this year 🥰 Viva la Pie Art! ⠀⠀ #bambi #disneyfamily #easterpie #easterdessert #happyeaster #bambiandthumper #disneyfanart