Thank you so much for posting the tutorial site!!! I have never seen anything like it! So much information!!! I wish I had come across it when I was doing a barbie cake...I had a lot of trouble with the ruffle garland and I just read on that site that I was holding it upside down!!!! duhhh!!! Anyway, you and and you learn right? lol
I tried doing the ruffles but it just didn't look right! I don't know what I'm doing wrong. I pointed the big side down but it looked no where near as good as the ruffles on the photo I gave up and just piped on it with a star tip. I really hope to make ruffles one day so any other advice would be much appreciated. Like how to hold the bag? eg: hold the bag on the side or hold it perpindicular to the cake?
I am doing a barbie dress cake for my neice and I want to do ruffles using buttercream and the petal tip (103)........does the big end point down or is it the other way around?Here is an example of the ruffles:http://cakecentral.com/gallery/1884692Please help me the cake is for tomorrow!!!!!!Thank you.
thanks guys for you help!!!!@mmdiez10 I'm not sure what you mean by using fishing wire. The beads that I'm using are already attached to a string....can you please explain how I would attach it to the board by using fishing wire? @CWR41 sorry for my ignorance but is the hot glue strong enough to hold hanging beads?
Hi guys,I'm making a 4 tier cake....3 of the tiers will be stacked one on top of the other and the 4th tier on pillars. I have seen a lot of cakes with beads hanging down off the cakeboard of top tier and I wanted to try it.What is the best thing to use to attach the beads to the board?I hope I made sense Thanks in advance!
oh ok.....I'm not exactly sure about how I am going to tackle this cake. I was thinking of assembling it there because it will be so much easier to transport but then I would have to put all the finishing touches on it once it is assembled, and that would mean extra time on the day!!!! I know I will be a wreck that whole week!!! I am hoping and praying that everything goes to plan and that there are no nasty suprises!!!I am going to have a trial of both methods and see...