Saturday, 2 April 2011

The letter / La carta




“The letter” is a project I originally did for a demonstration class in the Squires Kitchen´s annual exhibition. The original idea is to show a little girl carrying a letter for her mum as a present for Mum´s Day. I´d like to share with all of you a nice tip: use an ice-cream cone as the base for the skirt. The result is very good!

"La carta" es un proyecto que hice inicialmente para unas clases demostrativas en la exibición anual de Squires Kitchen. La idea original es mostrar a una niña llevando una carta para su mamá como regalo de día de la Madre. Voy a compartir con vosotros un pequeño truco para hacer la falda: Utilicé el cono de un helado y ¡realmente queda muy bien!

20 comments:

  1. This little girl carrying flowers and a letter has been created for a demonstration class at Squires annual exhibition in Farnham, London.Hope you like it and make it to someone you love!

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  2. Just love it Carlos. Loved the class at Squires too. You are so talented and I can't wait until you visit Australia. Strongly believe you will become one of the greatest international sugarcraft talents (if not the greatest ;-) I already have lots of people very excited about your visit

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  3. Hola Carlos:un trabajo precioso!! como siempre,super prolijo.
    Te felicito.Un saludo,desde La Coru.

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  4. Wow, absolutely stunning. As usual Carlos makes the most amazing sugar craft models.

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  5. I don't know how you do it, but you've taken your unique sugarcraft skill to an exceedingly high level! Absolutely agree with Joan McDermott's comment above. Your work is so refined, refreshing and original - to me, so original that one look at your work, people can exclaim, oh, that's a Carlos (or a Lischetti)! Please keep posting your work! Thanks a lot!

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  6. Absolutely adorable! Love your creations :)

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  7. Barbara Franzoni21 April 2011 at 19:22

    Carlos, you are a wonderful artist and a great teacher. I enjoyed your Dublin workshop very much and learnt so much. Thank you :)

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  8. Wao Carlos great as usual. Love your work. ;o) I became one of your fans.You are such a nice person, enjoyed the class i took with you a few months ago at squires " the toy soldier".
    Alison

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  9. ¡Qué belleza!
    Muchísimas gracias por compartir tu trabajo.
    Saludos,
    Annarella Poggioli

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  10. Assolutamente meravigliosa!! Ma ho già avuto occasione di farti i complimenti di persona a Milano, oggi... Sei davvero strepitoso!! :)

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  11. Carlos ti ho conosciuto , anzi ti abbiamo conosciuto ( io e mio marito ) oggi al CakedesingFestival , devo dire che sei un artista magnifico, come pochi mai visti.
    A parte la tua bravura devo farti i miei complimenti e ringraziamenti per la tua disponibilità e gentilezza , nonchè pazienza, per averci dedicato il tuo tempo e le tue conoscenze.
    Grazie di cuore ..
    E grazie per la rosa :D che conserverò gelosamente.Selene

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  12. Pauline Bourke25 May 2011 at 11:02

    Your work is fantastic Carlos....but we still miss you in Mullingar.......!!!

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  13. Carlos,
    when will you be back in Dublin, someone told me
    Feb.....and when will that best seller book be finished.......we can,t wait.....love yr work,and you.....anne

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  14. I attended one of Carlos classes and he is not only very talented but a great teacher and person too.He certainly gave me encouragement to pursue my career in sugar craft. Beautiful work, Megan

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  15. Absolutely beautiful...loved the tip too!!! would have never thought of that myself. One question - how do you support the head on such a delicate neck ?

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  16. Hello,Carlos! my name is Elen. Do you think to make courses in Ukraine?

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  17. Preciosos Tus trabajos impecables!!Sos un genio en lo que haces!!Grande!

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