Can Anyone Figure Out How This Is Done?

Baking By Mom2LiamandQuinn Updated 17 Oct 2009 , 11:13pm by cabecakes

Mom2LiamandQuinn Posted 14 Oct 2009 , 6:12pm
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Royal? How to get the dots into the icing?

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MichelleM77 Posted 14 Oct 2009 , 6:22pm
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Flood your base color, then pipe your dots pretty much immediately after flooding the base. They will sink in to the base color. Easy peasy.

suz3 Posted 14 Oct 2009 , 6:23pm
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Aren't those too cute?

neelycharmed Posted 14 Oct 2009 , 6:24pm
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won't the colors bleed into each other?
icon_smile.gif Jodi

MichelleM77 Posted 14 Oct 2009 , 6:31pm
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While I haven't used this technique in a while, I don't remember ever having a problem with bleeding. I've piped white on red and they turned out okay.
LL

verono Posted 14 Oct 2009 , 6:36pm
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Soooo cute and soo easy ! icon_biggrin.gif

MichelleM77 Posted 14 Oct 2009 , 6:41pm
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You can see on the O's that I waited a bit too long and ended up with a bump on the dots. Don't wait, just pipe away! icon_smile.gif You can also pipe multiple dots inside each other. I've done that and it looks cute. You will really stump people as to how it's done if you do that! hee hee.

just_for_fun Posted 14 Oct 2009 , 6:41pm
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love this technique. I sometimes also "drag" the dots with a toothpick, so they look like little hearts. everyone is always so impressed!

Mom2LiamandQuinn Posted 14 Oct 2009 , 11:25pm
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Awesome- thanks!

cabecakes Posted 17 Oct 2009 , 11:13pm
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Hey, you could use that drag method for spider-webs, Halloweens just around the corner!

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