First Time Ever And Wondering How To Do This! Help!

Decorating By sweetneice Updated 3 Nov 2014 , 10:08pm by sweetneice

sweetneice Posted 2 Nov 2014 , 8:48pm
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Hey guys! I have never made white chocolate tiara's for cupcakes but it's been requested. Any ideas on how you do it or the best method that worked for you? I have to make 2 dozen cupcakes with the tiaras on them. Just wanted some input! Thanks so much!

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Nerdalie Posted 2 Nov 2014 , 10:01pm
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You would need a 3D mold for that, and I dont know anyone who sells them. But a 3D mold is your best bet.

arlenej Posted 2 Nov 2014 , 10:34pm
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marvellous molds tiara mold is your best bet: 


arlenej Posted 2 Nov 2014 , 10:41pm
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marvelous molds again, using isomalt


melmar02 Posted 3 Nov 2014 , 1:24am
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I have piped a large tiara with candy melts - pic below. For a small one, I would print out a lot of the design I wanted to use, cover each with a wax paper strip, pipe the design and then immediately curl the wax paper and tape it so the chocolate will dry in a curve. Remove the wax paper once dry. Practice first so you get the hang of it.

 

bubs1stbirthday Posted 3 Nov 2014 , 2:04am
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Originally Posted by melmar02 
 

I have piped a large tiara with candy melts - pic below. For a small one, I would print out a lot of the design I wanted to use, cover each with a wax paper strip, pipe the design and then immediately curl the wax paper and tape it so the chocolate will dry in a curve. Remove the wax paper once dry. Practice first so you get the hang of it.

 


I was going to say the same thing - when I do designs that I want to trace though I just do one or two of them on a little square of baking paper with a dark pen then place that square under a plain piece that I will pipe onto. That way I only have to draw the design once or twice. I would also go with a compound chocolate rather than real chocolate to avoid the need to temper the chocolate as I am no good at doing that.

sweetneice Posted 3 Nov 2014 , 10:08pm
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Thank you all for your suggestions! I'll let you know how it turns out! Im going to try to find a pattern to trace

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