Great tip from my instructor!

Decorating By newlywedws Updated 28 Sep 2014 , 10:24am by AnAngelsKiss

sharip35 Posted 24 Apr 2007 , 9:16pm
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Thanks for sharing, I'll have to try that this weekend.

Bzer Posted 24 Apr 2007 , 9:19pm
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Thanks soooo much for sharing. I normally use the glass method where I place my bag in a tall glass and fill. Will have to try your way next time.
Thanks for sharing.

nrctermite Posted 24 Apr 2007 , 9:44pm
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Thank you so much for bumping this!!! I can't wait to try this tip! THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU.... icon_biggrin.gif

purplechic Posted 25 Apr 2007 , 2:33pm
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I am so excited,I have just started really getting into making cakes(have always enjoyed it but I am doing it more often now). This is something I have been trying to figure out for some time...how to change colors without the horrible mess! I LOVE CC and you all are so talented, I learn something new everyday! Thanks icon_biggrin.gif

lilytexas Posted 25 Apr 2007 , 2:59pm
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Thank you so much, I am really going to use it, I am always have trouble filling my bags, Thank you, Thank you, Thank you.

fooby Posted 25 Apr 2007 , 3:02pm
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Wow this is a great tip!!! This will help when I do the striping method. Thanks! thumbs_up.gif

Dixiegal01 Posted 25 Apr 2007 , 3:16pm
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I use the Pringles can method but this sounds much easier/cleaner.....I always overfill my bag and it comes out of the top.....thanks for the tip!

eryka1842 Posted 25 Apr 2007 , 3:18pm
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I have sooo got to try this!! Thanks for the tip!

hijk54 Posted 25 Apr 2007 , 4:55pm
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great tip!

mbarbi Posted 25 Apr 2007 , 5:03pm
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thanks for sharing..very nice tip!

Jopalis Posted 26 Apr 2007 , 5:11am
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Very cool I bet it helps you not to have air gaps too! Do you pull the saran through the end of the pastry bag and fold it over with the coupler over it?

dolfin Posted 26 Apr 2007 , 5:28am
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I pull the plastic thru the coupler so it fits about 2/3's of the way into tip. Makes clean up a cinch.

Santa_Kitchen Posted 26 Apr 2007 , 5:29am
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Thanks for sharing

AZrunner Posted 26 Apr 2007 , 5:47am
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This is a grand idea for bagging royal icing. No concern of icing drying out. Thanks for the tip! I shall teach to my class!

Aly24 Posted 26 Apr 2007 , 7:55am
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YOU ARE A WONDERFUL PERSON! Thanks so much, You have no idea how helpful this will be....well maybe you do (lol)icon_smile.gif

BabyC1985 Posted 26 Apr 2007 , 8:26am
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Thank you so much for sharing, i am doing royal icing collars at the mo and i get in a right mess with the piping bags. Thank you

Blue0877 Posted 26 Apr 2007 , 12:52pm
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wow...this is a great tip!! Thanks so much...can't wait to try it!!

purplebutterfly1234 Posted 10 May 2007 , 7:03am
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Wow! The secret is out! Thank you. I absolutely HATE washing those darn bags.

Rikke_Denmark Posted 14 Jun 2007 , 2:42pm
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great idea

1234cakemom Posted 14 Jun 2007 , 2:56pm
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Wow!! What a great idea. I am going to have to try this. It will be wonderful for the kids too, they cant make a mess. I always have to tie a rubberband around thieir bags so it dont squeeze out the top, that happens to me sometimes too. It looks like real easy clean-up and I am all for that!! Thanks for sharing and adding the pics, you made it very easy to understand. Happy Decorating!!!

CakesByLJ Posted 14 Jun 2007 , 3:08pm
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Wow.. I am surprised at how many people have never heard of this. I have been doing it this way for years.. We called them "bullets"; twist and wrap each end, then just cut off the end when ready to use. I particularly like using them with whipped cream. You know how it breaks down with heat from your hand.. keep the bullets in the fridge, and reload your bag as needed, and they are nice and cold. Also, for buttercream, keep a bullet made up of each color you are using for your tote bag to travel with for on site set ups, and repairs.

peytonsmommy Posted 14 Jun 2007 , 3:08pm
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WOW, probably one of the simplest but BEST tips I have picked up from this site. I always manged to get half of the frosting on my hands instead of in the bag. I can't wait to try this w/ two differen colors!

monkee73 Posted 14 Jun 2007 , 3:13pm
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First time I've heard/seen this...what a great idea, will be trying it next week....

MrsAB Posted 14 Jun 2007 , 3:15pm
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Excellent tips!

stacyyarger Posted 14 Jun 2007 , 3:27pm
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Wow!!! Thank You So very Much!! I'm always looking for tips and ideas.

Thanks Again,
Stacy

tobycat Posted 14 Jun 2007 , 3:27pm
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Thank you so much for sharing this and with PICTURES! Awesome tip!

S.

mrsw Posted 14 Jun 2007 , 3:33pm
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Wow thanks for such a great tip and thanks for clearing up the question I had about the coupler/wrap issue. I have a cake due this weekend with lots of colors - This will be soooo cool to do.
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jessiescakes Posted 14 Jun 2007 , 3:36pm
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I love this!! I am making a cake tonight and I am going to try it!! Thanks! thumbs_up.gif

cakecastle Posted 14 Jun 2007 , 3:57pm
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Wow! Thanks for sharing this tip! I can't wait to try it, I love anything that helps cut down on mess and cleanup icon_biggrin.gif

smoore Posted 14 Jun 2007 , 4:14pm
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God bless you for this good deed!!!!! Thanks and I will try it tomorrow. I've got to get more saran wrap tonight. icon_smile.gif

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