How Do I Do Flower Lacing On The Side Of Cakes.

Decorating By enderud3577 Updated 14 Apr 2009 , 7:45pm by kakeladi

enderud3577 Posted 13 Apr 2009 , 10:51pm
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Im doing a wedding cake for a friend and Im covering it with fondant and she wants flower lacing on the sides of it not all over it, and Im not sure what I use to do it or how to do it. If anyone can help please help. icon_biggrin.gif

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kakeladi Posted 13 Apr 2009 , 11:30pm
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Do you have any pix? I have no idea what 'flower lacing' is icon_sad.gif

enderud3577 Posted 14 Apr 2009 , 4:18am
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I added the picture of the cake with the flower lacing to my pics, if you wanna look at them to see if you know how that'd be great.

jenlane Posted 14 Apr 2009 , 6:30am
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it looks like piping to me, use a plain #2, maybe even a #1 depending on how fine she wants the embroidery (for the stems) ive used a petal tip for the leaves, you just have to practice with the pressure and angle. if you had a more close up pic i might be able to tell a little more, but i HTH. if you have time before the wedding, a book that i think would help you is "the international school of sugarcraft, book 2, it shows you how to do it and has templates,actually all 3 in the series are great to have.good luck thumbs_up.gif

xstitcher Posted 14 Apr 2009 , 6:57am
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I'm with Jenlane. It definitely looks like piping to me. Could be RI or BC.

It might help you out if you copy the pic to Word or something similar and enlarge it to get a better view.

enderud3577 Posted 14 Apr 2009 , 7:02am
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thanks icon_biggrin.gif

tiggy2 Posted 14 Apr 2009 , 3:57pm
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It could also be stenciling done in royal.

kakeladi Posted 14 Apr 2009 , 7:45pm
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One more idea is the leaves could be very thin fondant icon_smile.gif

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