Has Anyone Seen The Icing Tips By Idan Shahar?

Decorating By Cookie4 Updated 19 May 2016 , 2:47pm by angelsmom89

Cookie4 Posted 19 Oct 2015 , 2:07pm
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i recently saw some beautiful icing tips by Idan Shahar who I think  is in Russia through my Facebook feed.  Has anyone seen these yet and know how to purchase them?  I can't find my link to order.  

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Cookie4 Posted 20 Oct 2015 , 3:40am
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These were made in Russia

pastrypet Posted 20 Oct 2015 , 4:16pm
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I don't know their link, but I've heard they stopped taking PayPal.

Missy227 Posted 21 Oct 2015 , 8:19pm
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Not sure, but is this what you're referring to.


Pastrybaglady Posted 21 Oct 2015 , 8:24pm
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Wow, those are really interesting!  Never seen anything like those before.

Cookie4 Posted 21 Oct 2015 , 10:09pm
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Missy227, yep that's who I was looking for.  Now to try and order some of those tops.  

Jeff_Arnett Posted 22 Oct 2015 , 2:44pm
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A cake supply store got a group order together a few weeks ago for those, but thing went bad for them.  Something happened with PayPal and the company [something about the Russian banking system] and long story short...she had to refund all their money...which was going to a take a bit because PayPal had to first refund it to her.

Shame...the tips produce nice effects, but sometime international ordering just doesn't work out.

Rfisher Posted 23 Oct 2015 , 1:13am
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Someone in California, or at least it's noted as shipping from there, has some available on eBay. I saw them a bit back, but I have no experience with that seller. 

Missy227 Posted 25 Oct 2015 , 4:27pm
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Cookie4, my daughter just sent me this link:


Cookie4 Posted 25 Oct 2015 , 7:56pm
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Missy227 - that's perfect.  Looks like someone but a lot from Russia and decided to sell to/through Amazon at 10X the price.  But, at least I can get my ands on a few of them.  Thanks for the link!

Pastrybaglady Posted 25 Oct 2015 , 8:28pm
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Yeah, $15 for one tip is pretty steep!

amiewid Posted 22 Nov 2015 , 1:31am
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Russian icing tips set are so beautiful! I have seen some my the baking supplies online store selling it here in my country but it's very expensive. But I would try to ask if I can buy only of my preferred choice of Russian tips. This decorating tips is very trendy now and I think it's a big competitor for Wilton tips.  

mussu Posted 1 Apr 2016 , 10:43am
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I have been looking for some good russian tips. And I found one set on Amazon


I saved a lot of time to make flowers for my cakes actually so only  recommend.

Pastrybaglady Posted 1 Apr 2016 , 4:32pm
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They also sell them on E bay.

ropalma Posted 1 Apr 2016 , 4:32pm
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I just bought the Russian Tips as $1.12 each in eBay.  I waiting for them.  I got 7 for a little bit over $7 with free shipping.

kakeladi Posted 1 Apr 2016 , 9:35pm
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I see how everyone is all atwitter about these............I watched a video someone  posted in another thread.......I'm not impressed.  I don't think the resulting flowers are all that nice.  I'll stick to the OLD-fashioned way thank you very much :)

angelsmom89 Posted 19 May 2016 , 12:54pm
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@kakeladi ‍ 

I agree with you.  It is something new and exciting, but the little I have seen so far appears to me that it might be especially appealing to those who are new to flower creation, and also perhaps for large supermarket type bakeries that want to make different looking flowers very quickly.

I find them interesting because they are different, and also as I have arthritis and diminished strength in my hands, I could do a "whatever" cake quickly.  I just bake and decorate for fun nowadays.

kakeladi Posted 19 May 2016 , 2:40pm
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Oh how I understand the diminished strength in our hands.  I have a big cake coming up next weekend and I'm already panicking because my hands hurt all the time & I don't have the equipment any more.  I only have 5 tips and a small off-set spatula to work with making this 1/2 sheet pluss cake.  

angelsmom89 Posted 19 May 2016 , 2:47pm
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Oh, I wish I was there so I could give you a big hug and a hand.   Haha, a HAND!  An arthritic one, I guess!  smile.png

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