Textured Cake

Decorating By Joyful1987 Updated 14 Jan 2014 , 7:03am by Joyful1987

Joyful1987 Posted 11 Jan 2014 , 4:16pm
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Hi,

Does anyone know how this effect is achieved please? I need to do this for a friend and I'm worried

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savannahquinn Posted 11 Jan 2014 , 11:23pm
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it looks like piped buttercream to me =D

MBalaska Posted 12 Jan 2014 , 12:02am
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Originally Posted by savannahquinn 
 

it looks like piped buttercream to me =D

 

to me also. Wish someone would ask me to make one, I can pipe messy lines pretty easily.

kazita Posted 12 Jan 2014 , 12:09am
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AOP just put on buttercream smooth as usual than take a piping bag with a number 3 tip or so and pipe the messie looking lines overlapping some of them

cakeyouverymuch Posted 12 Jan 2014 , 7:32pm
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Buttercream, a piping bag with a medium size tip, and a good turntable.

Joyful1987 Posted 12 Jan 2014 , 10:51pm
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Thank you all!! I made the sample today and it was just what she wanted :D

Annabakescakes Posted 14 Jan 2014 , 5:44am
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Originally Posted by Joyful1987 
 

Thank you all!! I made the sample today and it was just what she wanted :D

What do you mean you made "the sample"? Like a mock up? Real cake?

Joyful1987 Posted 14 Jan 2014 , 7:03am
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ANot a full 5 tier cake but a 6" baby cake so we could decid on the size of the piping *

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