Ribbons On Cakes

Decorating By MollyHammond Updated 23 Jul 2012 , 9:18pm by batterupcakery

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MollyHammond Posted 22 Jul 2012 , 1:51pm
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How do you attatch the ribbon on the cake? Does it get greasy?

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Price Posted 22 Jul 2012 , 5:21pm
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Yes ribbon will absorb the grease from buttercream. You can cut some parchment or waxed paper the size of the ribbon and place behind it. I attach with melted chocolate.

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ibeeflower Posted 23 Jul 2012 , 8:24pm
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The ribbon can absorb the grease from the buttercream staining your ribbon. Like previous poster said, use parchment or waxed paper. I use parchment paper with my ribbon so the paper hits against the cake.

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grandmomof1 Posted 23 Jul 2012 , 8:43pm
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The ribbon will absorb the grease, but if you pre-grease your ribbon by rubbing a little Crisco on the back of the ribbon you will not have the grease spots. It will darken your ribbon slightly but doing it this way will avoid the chance of getting grease spots on it because you have already greased the entire ribbon. I have done this many times with ribbons on my cakes.

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WeezyS Posted 23 Jul 2012 , 8:59pm
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You can put scotch tape on the back of the ribbon and it will protect it from the grease.

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batterupcakery Posted 23 Jul 2012 , 9:18pm
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I use packaging tape on the back of the ribbon then attached it with a little royal icing. Works great!

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