Gorgeous Ruffles??

Decorating By kianson Updated 22 Oct 2012 , 9:59pm by me_me1

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kianson Posted 21 Oct 2012 , 11:40pm
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Hi everyone

Wondering if someone could give me a quick run down on how to create these gorgeous ruffles? Or any online tutorials that you knoe of?
I love them!
Thanks in advance!!
LL

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me_me1 Posted 22 Oct 2012 , 5:13am
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I can't see the pic very clearly but to me it looks as though lines of fondant have been folded in on themselves and stuck to the side of the cake. Kind of like those cupcakes I've seen where the fondant is cut out in circles and then loosely folded over on itself twice to create a ruffled look.

Very pretty look!

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josefina20 Posted 22 Oct 2012 , 6:12am
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I have seen this technique in a book by Zoe Clark. " The cake parlour Sweet tables"

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Leauna Posted 22 Oct 2012 , 7:28pm
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This paticular cake was done by http://thecakethatateparis.com.au/contact

Maybe you can email them and ask. But I agree with me_me1, that it could be that technique.

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shanter Posted 22 Oct 2012 , 7:38pm
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I'm sure it's the fondant circles, each one smooshed together, and the pointy end folded over a bit and "glued" to the cake. This shows a flower being made, but it's the same technique:
http://deliciadesigns.com/a-fondant-ruffle-flower-tutuorial/

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me_me1 Posted 22 Oct 2012 , 9:59pm
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Originally Posted by Leauna

This paticular cake was done by http://thecakethatateparis.com.au/contact

Maybe you can email them and ask. But I agree with me_me1, that it could be that technique.





Ahh, that link shows the cake much closer up icon_smile.gif

Looks like the fondant circles smooshed together to me too.

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