Variations on the Stroppel theme

Just when we thought we’d seen every Stroppel variation possible, we stumble on Sue Corrie’s latest riff on the technique. My eyes danced around her colors and landed on those gradated round slices with cherries on top. Even slight variations in color make a difference.

And this was just my favorite. You’ll like others in her gallery and on her Flickr site.

Be sure to read how Sue selected her business name, GhostShift.

I forgot to push the “publish” button so we missed coffee with you this morning.

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  • reply Sylvia Valentine ,

    I’ve long been an admirer of Sue’s work, and had the good fortune to meet her earlier this year. She does have a way of making a technique her own. And the cherries on the top are – well, the cherry on the top!

    • reply Barb Lessen ,

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