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A Sugar Artist From California Can Cookify Anything on Earth, and We Wonder What Will Inspire Her Next

For Liz Joy from California, baking cookies is not as simple as just making dough, cutting out squares and stars, and putting them in the oven. Her cookies are masterpieces of culinary art that copy all sorts of things that you could never dream of eating, like perfume bottles, shoes, socks, and even celebrity gowns. The artist makes her fantasies come to life with the help of glaze, edible paint, and glittery sugar sprinkles, and we can’t wait to see what she comes up with next.

Here at Bright Side, we had the urge to make ourselves a cup of tea and nibble on some cookies after looking through some of the colorful, sugary works by Liz Joy, and here are 17 of them to make your mouth water.

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A copy of the gown Jennifer Lopez wore at the American Music Awards in 2015

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What do you think of these desserts that copy inedible things? What’s the most unusual dessert you’ve ever made? Do you have a picture of it to share with us?