Piping On Fondant Help

Decorating By sarahj041 Updated 22 Mar 2014 , 5:43pm by morganchampagne

sarahj041 Posted 21 Mar 2014 , 6:11am
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Hi! I'm new to this site and was seeking any helpful advice. I was asked to make a small wedding cake but using the design in the picture attached. I have piped on fondant but never details that are exact duplicates of one another. I've piped simple scrolls, swirls, dots, etc. I want the leaves to be uniformed. Does anyone know if this the pattern is from a stencil? If not a stencil, what would be the best method to ensure the image is uniformed? Sketch on parchment and transfer using pins? Or drawing on fondant? Would you use buttercream or RI? Any  help is greatly appreciated! Thanks in advance!!!! 

 

 

 

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morganchampagne Posted 21 Mar 2014 , 6:47am
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ACan you pipe straight lines? If so you could use a leaf cutter and make an imprint for you to pipe over..then just pipe on the stems/branches

sarahj041 Posted 22 Mar 2014 , 3:00pm
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morganchampagne what a great idea for the leaf cutter. i can totally do that and pipe straight lines. thanks for the suggestion!!

morganchampagne Posted 22 Mar 2014 , 5:43pm
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AYou're welcome!!

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