CarolAnn Posted 9 Dec 2004 , 2:49am
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Hello,
I am wanting to put holly leaves and berries on a wedding cake for Christmas but I don't want to mess with gumpaste. What tip makes nice holly leaves? I know someone out there has done this. I have time to practice. Wait a minute, what am I saying? I still have shopping and wrapping to do and two headboards to make! LOL
Thanks in advance!

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GHOST_USER_NAME Posted 9 Dec 2004 , 7:09am
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Well, I just posted this same exact question on Ladycakes site. The answer I got:

Use a tip 349-352. Using a toothpick, pull out the points of the holly leaf.

The ones they showed me looked great.

CarolAnn Posted 9 Dec 2004 , 2:39pm
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Hi Dawn,
Thanks so much. I have one of those and will get the other today. I'm havig a girlfriend get together for the holiday and I'm making a three tiered "wedding cake" to celebrate all our big days throughout the past year. It'll be great fun!! Have a great day!

CarolAnn Posted 9 Dec 2004 , 2:40pm
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Hi Dawn,
Thanks so much. I have one of those and will get the other today. I'm havig a girlfriend get together for the holiday and I'm making a three tiered "wedding cake" to celebrate all our big days throughout the past year. It'll be great fun!! Have a great day!

mrsfish94 Posted 10 Dec 2004 , 5:02am
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I was wondering the same thing! Thanks for the info!!!

mrsfish

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