Mini Pinecones - How To

Decorating By PennySue Updated 21 Sep 2008 , 2:00am by fiddlesticks

PennySue Posted 8 Oct 2006 , 8:54pm
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This is how I did them. First I stripped the bag with a deep forest green, a lighter tan opposite that and then the main color of darker brown. With such a small tip, I'm still experimenting on getting all three colors to show. With a larger tip I think they would come out just perfect. I'll keep trying. Hope this helps.
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18 replies
daisyz Posted 8 Oct 2006 , 8:59pm
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Thanks a bunch! I can't wait to try them! =)

AmyBeth Posted 8 Oct 2006 , 9:00pm
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How do you get them off of the stick?

mvigil Posted 8 Oct 2006 , 9:33pm
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That is really neat !!
Thanks for sharing ! icon_biggrin.gif

gatorbear Posted 8 Oct 2006 , 9:36pm
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Those look great!

loriemoms Posted 8 Oct 2006 , 9:47pm
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That is cool looking..although I make them out of gumpaste or fondant..you form into to a tear drop shape, and using a pair of small scissors or gum paste scissors and snip from above and work down the little pine cone edges. (I don't know how to descripe it) Never thought about doing it in buttercream..

And how DO you get if off the stick?

PennySue Posted 8 Oct 2006 , 9:53pm
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I don't take them off the stick but use the stick to place them on the cake.

sweetamber Posted 8 Oct 2006 , 10:20pm
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Those are so cool! Thanks for sharing!!

Amber

JaneK Posted 9 Oct 2006 , 2:28am
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thanks very much for sharing!! Will be using these closer to Christmas!!!

AgentCakeBaker Posted 9 Oct 2006 , 1:26pm
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Thanks for sharing.

projectqueen Posted 9 Oct 2006 , 5:16pm
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Quote:
Originally Posted by PennySue

I don't take them off the stick but use the stick to place them on the cake.




Those are cool, thanks for sharing.

I'm just not understanding about the stick. icon_redface.gif Does the stick stay in the cake? Or are you pushing it off the stick with something once it's on the cake?

PennySue Posted 9 Oct 2006 , 11:10pm
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I have not tried to push them off the stick. I would just leave them on and use the stick to position them at different angles.

springlakecake Posted 2 Nov 2006 , 4:28pm
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I like these! I want to make some pinecones for a cake next month. Do you think they would work with royal icing?

chaniliz Posted 2 Nov 2006 , 7:35pm
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thank you for sharing

Reigo Posted 4 Nov 2006 , 11:47pm
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Love those!!! Have you tried to make them without the stick on a flower nail or are there too many rows to be stable?

subaru Posted 4 Nov 2006 , 11:56pm
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Those are just way too cool!!! I'm going to have to try that!

fiddlesticks Posted 21 Sep 2008 , 12:19am
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Thanks so much for bringing this back up ! The link I had wont open anymore !

jenny518 Posted 21 Sep 2008 , 1:06am
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I use a pretzel so everything is edible.

fiddlesticks Posted 21 Sep 2008 , 2:00am
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a pretzel ?? What a good idea!! then you can eat the stick and all ! Thanks for sharing that tip !

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