I wanted to make a Kopykake video tutorial for you because I bought my KopyKake projector in 2010 and I didn’t know what to expect. I had never see one in action before and never seen one that was designed to project the image down. I had one a long time ago that projected things onto a wall so I was excited to try one designed for cakes and cookies. From the moment I turned it on, I was hooked.
I don’t use it often. As a matter of fact, every cookie on my blog except these were made without a Kopykake. I could have found a way to make these but, why? It is so much easier and faster to do it with one.
I have heard people say bad things about Kopykakes like it is cheating or something but, I don’t look at it that way. I look at it as a tool. It is much easier and faster for some designs and and the results speak for itself. I hope this Kopykake video tutorial will answer all your questions and you will see, I am doing the work. The machine is just a guide.
If you are new here you need to know I name everything. My KitchnAid Mixer is Arnold after Arnold Schwarzenegger because he beats everything up for me. My light box is named Sunshine because when the sun isn’t out, she is my sunshine for taking pictures. Well, want to guess what the name of my Kopykake is? Really? No guesses? Her name is “Dawn.” When the room is dark, she is that weak glow of sunlight just before the sunrise. She doesn’t blind me, she just gives me enough light to see the design on my cookie. I know I am weird and I am glad my hubby loves me anyway.
Kopykake Video Tutorial:
The Vanilla Bean Baker- Winnie the Pooh and Friends Cookies
Simply Sweets by Honeybee- Writing on a cookie Using a Kopykake